Hawking Hi-Gain 2.4 GHz Antenna, Thermalright V1 (GPU Cooler), & more!
Hey folks, if Dave's pics of BF2 have your mouth watering, make sure to download the demo and check out TweakGuides.com Battlefield 2 Tweak Guide. So far it's just a few commands that Mr. Ghazi could find, but the complete guide will be soon after the full version of BF2 is released. Goodnight!
"Things like routers and access points are expensive and their range is limited. So if you are trying to set up your entire home on a wireless network, you don't only need the know-how and the hardware but a few little tricks will certainly help out. This review will be taking a look at the Hawking Hi-Gain Antenna which is compatible with 2.4 GHz 802.11 b/g wireless standards. This item is supposed to boost your wireless signal for a fraction of the cost of a the rest of your networking hardware."
"That fact has been a matter of some lament, as there are many of us who wish we had the power of Thermalright to cool other areas of our system, especially video cards. Well, we don't have to wait any more. Today, we're taking an exclusive look at Thermalright's entry into the GPU cooling world, the V1. Cut from same cloth as their newest heatsinks, the XP series, the V1 could be just what the video-cooling geeks dream of - an XP-90 for their GPU."
"So all you've been seeing are those fancy-schmancy articles with their X800 or X850 video cards with Athlon 64s or Pentium 4s? Well boo on that because we're looking at what happens when pairing ATi's newly released Catalyst 5.6 drivers with the Radeon 9800 Pro 128MB!"
"NVIDIA's nForce4 chipset is the high-end platform for the Athlon 64 currently. With its support for PCI Express and SATA RAID, this is a much-desired chipset for the enthusiast market. And now for the first time, it is also available in small form factor via the Shuttle XPC SN25P."