Setting up Multiple Monitors, Thermaltake Kandalf Case, and more!

Hey folks. With one eye half open, I bring you news. We've got some good reviews tonight, including the ultra powerful Athlon64 FX-57, and a guide on setting up multiple monitors. I hope everyone had a great 4th of July(aka Independence Day)... the fact that my stomach feels like it's going to explode is a testament to how good mine was :) Well, enjoy the news. Goodnight!

Leadtek 6600GT Extreme Graphics Card Review @ CoolTechZone

"Leadtek's midrange product line, which consists of 6600 and 6600GT graphics adapters, is puzzling to say the least. For instance, there are seven variants of 6600 and 6600GT cards from Leadtek. A positive aspect to this would be the fact that you can purchase what you want at a specified budget, but from a different angle, Leadtek has unnecessarily extended its product line just for diversification purposes. You must be really careful when purchasing products from Leadtek, as you can end up paying for a different model than you initially opted for."

Setting up Multiple Monitors @ PC Mechanic

"Multiple monitor functionality was brought to the Windows world with Windows 95. Unfortunately, that implementation had some problems, and monitors were so expensive that most people didn't use more than one. Now, however, monitors are fairly inexpensive and many video cards have built-in support for 2 or more monitors. Quite a bit of software has been written with multiple monitors in mind."

Athlon 64 FX-57 Review @ Hardware Secrets

"Athlon 64 FX-57 is the latest and fastest single-core CPU from AMD. In this review we will compare its performance with the previous model of Athlon 64 FX, FX-55, with Athlon 64 4000+, which is the fastest single-core CPU on Athlon 64 line, with other CPUs from AMD and also with some CPUs from Intel..."

ASUS P5WD2 Premium WiFi-TV Edition (Intel 955X Express) @ Hardware Zone

"The P5WD2 Premium is the flagship of ASUS' new AI Life family. It has a huge selection of features, inclusive of a TV tuner and Wireless LAN in the Wi-Fi TV Edition. The board also turned out to be a great performer, but it wasn't without a catch or two."

Thermaltake Kandalf Aluminum Tower Review @ Madshrimps

"Today we test what I consider to be a crowning achievement in case design: Kandalf. It´s the ideal of ergonomics and sculpted aluminum, don't tell anyone but I slept in mine the first night I had it. "

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