ECS KN1 Extreme,  ANTEC Aria Cube,  Free Crucial Giveaway and More!

 ECS KN1 Extreme Motherboard Review @ The TechZone:

"In order to optimize PC performance, the KN1 Extreme includes NVIDIA nTune, enabling KN1 Extreme to operate at speeds up to FSB 2GHz. And KN1 Extreme has added a second 802.11g LAN connector to make this motherboard ideal for Internet connection sharing over a home network. KN1 Extreme supports four SATA2 ports through the NVIDIA nForce4 single chip as well as two standard SATA ports through the SiS180 controller."

 ANTEC Aria Small Form Factor MicroATX Cube Case Review @ Futurelooks:

"There are plenty of cube-shaped bare bone systems out on the market these days. However, most of them force you to use their board built specific to the case so your options are limited when it comes time to upgrade. ANTEC provides a highly upgradeable alternative."

 2005 Toshiba and Hitachi Line Shows @ Designtechnica:

"Toshiba held their annual line show this year in sunny New Mexico at the luxurious Hyatt Tamayo in the exclusive Rio Rancho section of Albuquerque on May 19th. As always, Toshiba put on a terrific show with the theme this year being advanced technology. Since the location for the line show was New Mexico, Area 51 was invoked as the ideal location for keeping advanced technology secrets. Toshiba married the advanced technology concept with their integrated marketing message that "Image is Everything." And, for Toshiba, it certainly is!"

 Free Crucial Giveaway @

The gang at Gamepyre teamed up with Crucial to present a free give away drawing. The contest runs between the 16th and 30th of June, so you better get going!

 OCZ PowerStream 600W ATX Power Supply @ Big Bruin:

"The OCZ PowerStream is equipped with three adjustable voltage rails, these include the 12V, 5V and 3.3V rails. Found on the back of the PSU is three LEDs along with three potentiometers for voltage adjustment from the outside of the case. The LEDs are tri-colored to allow voltage warnings for both over and under voltage. An over voltage will turn the corresponding LED red and an under voltage will turn the LED yellow. A green LED indicates a voltage within tolerance."