ABIT AA8 DuraMAX, AMD64 PCI-E Chipset Comparison, and more!
Well folks, some of us might be getting a bit of snow tonight. I'm sure some sleet will also make it into the mix. Come on now, it's January and so far the winter has been a dud! I'm looking for a storm right now, but I'm sure I'll be less enthusiastic about the situation when I'm outside shoveling steps and salting the driveway ;)
ABIT AA8 DuraMAX (Intel 925X Express) @ hardwarezone
"The AA8 DuraMAX is one of ABIT's high-end boards based on the Intel 925X Express chipset. Featuring all the advanced technologies of the Alderwood plus an excellent price, find out if the 'Guru' of motherboards still has the edge."
Modding Boot Camp - Window Cutting/Fitting @ PimpRig
"The first step is going to be deciding what shape window you want. I'd recommend not going for the biggest rectangle you can possible have: too many premod cases are like this, and showing off your drive cages seems a bit pointless to me. I wanted my window to match the fan grilles I'm going to be using throughout the case, so I blew up an image of one until it was the size I wanted."
Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 @ Phoronix
"Arctic Cooling is most well known for their very popular VGA Silencers, which have even been adopted by graphics card manufacturers for including as a stock cooling solution on their latest retail cards. In out testing labs today, we are trying out Artic Cooling's newest offering - the Freezer 7."
Coolermaster Hyper 48 Review @ Madshrimps
"The successful Hyper 6 has sprouted a successor; today we take a closer look at the Hyper 48 from Coolermaster and see how it stacks up against the competition using a variety of fans."
AMD64 PCI Express Chipsets – nVidia nForce 4 vs. ATI 200 Series @ TweakTown
"Today we are taking a look at two new Socket 939 chipsets for the AMD Athlon 64 platform from nVidia and ATI. Usually we would compare these two companies in the usual GPU wars but today they battle it out against each other in the form of motherboards with nVidia's feature-packed nForce 4 and ATI's 200 Series. Which motherboard based on these chipsets deserves to make it into your Socket 939 AMD64 system? Read on and we'll let you know our thoughts on the subject."