AMD 4800+, Dry Ice Cooling and More
Good morning everyone, welcome back to HotHardware :) I know it is a bit late, but I wanted to take a second and wish all the mothers out there a belated Happy Mommies Day. Though we may have our heads buried inside our computer towers more then we probably should, we do appreciate everything you do for us!! Well, except for those times when you yell at us for eating cookies right before dinner... It's just one cookie; it's almost like an appetizer, but with sugar and chocolate... ;)
AMD Athlon 64 X2 4800 Review Linkage: Before you venture away, make sure you take a few minutes and look at our very own review of AMD's new offering: Marco and Dave's Review
"A complete guide on working with Dry Ice so you can reach sub zero temperatures with your CPU and graphics card. Details on building containers, where to buy Dry Ice and important tips and tricks."
"Paul Zimmerman has completed a review of the GeForce 6200A from Inno 3D. The GeForce 6200A is based on NVIDIA's NV44A graphics processing unit and is an all new part that is similar to the PCI-Express based GeForce 6200 (NV43). The primary difference is native AGP support and the inability to unlock additional pipelines, which is possible with some NV43 based GeForce 6200's."
"With Hitachi's purchase of IBM's hard drive division, Hitachi has definitely worked hard on improving its reliability without sacrificing its speed. As a matter of fact these drives will be tested in a RAID 0 configuration and so far they totally wasted the Raptor's by a significant margin due to its new SATA II interface, and new design. I will have to say that I have been flogging these drives for the last three weeks, and I have yet to see any kind of reliability issues."