DDR400 Battle Crucial vs. Geil vs. Mushkin, ECS KN1 Extreme
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"From the hard drive based players to flash players, there are literally hundreds of models you can pick from to suit your needs. We are all aware of the regular group of manufacturers that usually hold a large portion of the market share, but can the smaller companies deliver? Frontier Labs, a name not familiar to the majority of us, has introduced two new MP3 players that give listeners some storage flexibility at a competitive price tag."
"Today we are comparing DDR-400 enthusiast memory modules from Crucial, Geil and Mushkin which are designed for performance AMD Athlon 64 users. After taking a look at each module and checking their compatibility on a range of DDR based chipsets, we run a bunch of benchmarks to work out which module offers the best performance."
"Their line up of products is quite extensive in the server market and while their offerings are slightly less in the home consumer market they have kept their products up to date with the latest technologies extremely well. Today we look at their latest Socket 939 motherboard, the Tomcat K8E (S2865)."
"The KN1 Extreme brings together the dominance of AMD's socket 939 processors and NVIDIA's nForce 4 chipset in an extremely affordable package. Coupled with a top notch bundle, the KN1 Extreme definitely makes the list of top budget boards."
"For this week's Freeware Frenzy, I will be examining Grisoft's AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition Version 7.0.338, the latest build as of 8/17/05. Grisoft makes numerous protection programs for servers, networks, PCs and email clients."