MSI P4N Diamond, Apple iPod nano, and more!
Well folks, it didn't take long for Call of Duty 2 to be benchmarked. AMDZone has thrown mid range to high end cards at the new demo, and found some interesting results... is 512MB now useful? Those of you who bought a 512MB X800XL and felt a little disappointed with the small(if any) performance gains over it's 256MB cousin might want to check out the link. Anyway, enjoy the news!
"The MSI P4N Diamond has a great list of features; NVIDIA's feature-rich nForce4 SLI Intel Edition chipset, two Serial ATA and Gigabit Ethernet controllers, onboard SoundBlaster Live! 24-bit audio, and a BIOS with many options including an exhaustive menu of overclocking options. Furthermore, it has been stable throughout the barrage of tests that I threw at it. One couldn't ask for much more."
"In my opinion, Logitech makes the best input devices, period. They pioneered both desktop laser mice and wireless mice, paving the way for the amazing MX1000 to come to fruition. Unfortunately, the MX mouse series is rather expensive and the MX3100 isn't exactly easy on the wallet, either. Finally, there is an affordable, cost-effective solution: the MX3000 Laser Combo."
"The iPod nano features an ultra-portable, lightweight design with a gorgeous color screen, Apple's patent pending Click Wheel and the ability to hold up to 1000 songs or up to 25,000 photos. Yes, the nano can be use as a photo viewer, just like the bigger iPod Photo. The nano's bright 1.5 inch color LCD with LED backlight offers an amazingly clear view of both photos and menus."
"If you are impressed with OCZ Technology's Platinum series of high speed DDR memory, then you will want to check out the latest addition to the family - the OCZ PC4800 Platinum Elite Edition memory. A dual-spec memory module, it is rated for both high speed operation as well as ultra-low latency operation. Let's see how well it performs!"
"The Magnum is a refreshing change in how power supplies should be, the step-child component for many to the entire computer system usually ignored but always needed in any successful computer system especially in the world of overclocking."