DDR Article, Samsung DVD-ROM and Much More
Good morning everyone, how are we all doing this morning? Myself, I am not to shabby; just hiding out in my office for the day. I am not a big fan of this whole "spring showers" thing that Mother Nature keeps trying to pull on us every year. Who really needs real flowers when you can just plant silk ones in your garden? ;)
Here is your news...
"After we got back from CES this year, we reported back on the industry's speculation of DDR and where it's heading in the near future. It's pretty apparent that DDR isn't going to budge until after two years, if not more. Aside that, almost all memory makers had the same answers prepared for us, which were that we shouldn't expect much from DDR in the near future. And quite honestly, this statement was actually true at the time, but things have started to take turn for the better, perhaps."
"Today we take a look at a new product from Samsung, their HD 850 DVD Player. The HD 850 features HD Up-conversion which is an all-digital process that takes a DVD's signal and converts it to match your HDTV's native resolution. This conversion eliminates video distortion and provides a great picture."
"Today at GamePC, we've run a fairly simple head-to-head comparison of the two largest capacity Serial ATA hard drives on the market. We have Hitachi's Deskstar 7K400 and Seagate's Barracuda 7200.8 400 GB drives under our microscope today. We test their thermals, power consumption, and of course, their read/write performance in order to see which drive is the more attractive of the two."
"Thermaltake's SHARK series is one of the most versatile Tower designs on the market today. The side panel features a "Honey-comb" viewing alternative which replaces the typical plexiglas window and allows further ventilation..."
"Are you tired of noise coming from your system case? Well, today you can get rid of at least one source of this disturbing noise. Read more about a new fanless VGA cooling solution from Thermaltake in our review!"