Hitachi Travelstar 60GB 7200RPM, Mushkin 1Gb PC4400 High Pref, and more!
Good afternoon folks, it's time for the latest update. I'm finally starting to feel a little better, with the exception of my lungs still being clogged. While browsing the net for the latest gaming news yesterday, I came across this. Apparently Valve's controversial content delivery system, Steam, might be having some legal issues. If your a HH Forum regular, I'm sure you already know my feelings towards Steam, so I'll be sure to keep you guys updated on the situation. Anyway, time for the news!
"It seems to me as though HCT thought of everything when they package up these headphones. They come with an impressive list of accessories that includes two optical cables one long and one short for depending on how you are going to use your headphones, next of course is the Dolby decoder box/charger that sports 2 headphone inputs so you can use more than one set of headphones at a time..."
"Too often people think of them only when they have filled up, and it is time to upgrade. As we saw in our testing of striped drives for gaming there is performance out there to be grabbed. Today we change gears and shift from gaming performance to notebook drives where slower RPMs and smaller cache sizes are the norm compared to their desktop brethren."
"Mushkin's PC4400 offering delivers both speed and tight timings in one package. This is the only DDR we've tested at the time of writing that can provide blazingly fast frequencies of DDR562 at CAS latencies of 2.5-3-3-6. Power users will definitely benefit from the performance and stability that these modules offer at this level."
"The Scythe Freezer 64 does a great job at cooling, and the only negative is also a plus for it. The unique fan design can't be replaced with another fan if it dies, but the design of it is also the reason for it being so quiet and efficient. With a 6-year warranty on the fan this becomes less of an issue."