Good evening folks! If this is your first time checking in today, make sure to check out Dave's latest article, as he takes a look at Intel's Dual Core technology. HardOCP has also sent us a link to their review, which can be found below. Well, I'm off to watch the game soon, adios folks.
"This external all aluminum enclosure fits a standard SATA HDD up to a whopping 400GB, is available in 2 different colors (black/silver), & is stackable. This is not a USB2 product but rather gets connected to a SATA connection; resulting in speeds up to 3x faster than USB2. It looks great, is affordable & fast. Fantastic backup option! Watch the Video to find out more..."
"Sporting an unchanged faceplate design from its predecessors, ASUS' newest flagship DVD writer, the DRW-1608P features a boost in DVD±RW and DVD±R DL write speeds, putting 8x DVD+RW, 6x DVD-RW and the latest 6x DVD+R DL write speeds comfortably within your reach."
"You may not need a dual core CPU today, but you certainly will want one by 2007, and by then they will be an affordable mainstream common part. The Intel Pentium Processor Extreme Edition 840 is simply a small glimpse of the world's computing future."
"Today AMD starts shipping its Athlon 64 processors on new E3 core revision also known under the codename Venice. This core brings into Athlon 64 processors such new features as SSE3 instructions support and higher core frequency potential. Read our new review of one of these new processors for more details!"
"In a well ventilated case, it does a much better job of cooling than the stock heat sink, with fan. I have to say that this may be the air cooled solution for everyone. You can run the VGA Silencer silent, and it does a very good job. Furthermore, by using it will add more overclockability to the VGA Card."