Nvidia Editors Day, Thermaltake 350w PurePower Fanless PSU, and more!
Well the weekend is finally here, so I'm doing a post now cause I don't think I'll be around tonight. It's been raining out all day, so I hope the roads don't turn to ice tonight... nothing like driving home late at night on roads made of ice. On with the news...
"This particular product comes standard with 128MB of DDR3, 2ns memory. The default core speed is 500MHz and the memory speed is 1GHz. While these are high default speeds, the core and memory can be overclocked even higher for added performance. Also, an included adapter enables easy hookup of S-Video, Composite and Component Video out. Watch the Video to find out more..."
"We would like to introduce to you a 100GB 2.5-inch HDD from Seagate. This time we had only a pre-production sample at hand, bit it also revealed very interesting results. Check out our new review for more details now!"
"Just wanted to let everyone know that we put a quick article up about some of the topics being discussed out at the NVIDIA HQ in San Jose. We talk about MXM, SLI, nForce 5, SoundStorm 2! There is also some coverage on the 855GM Centrino chipset supply shortage and Corsair's new "bling-bling" memory and watercooling systems that are due out soon."
"As you should know by now if you have read other articles by me I love a quiet system. Computer noise today in my opinion is unnecessary. While you can go out and buy the biggest baddest fan for your heatsink and video card the benefits of doing so are not enough in my opinion. In most cases the same overclock that you would get from the loud air cooling can be achieved with quiet or silent alternatives such as lower RPM fans or watercooling. The fact that this power supply is silent makes it perfect for anyone who desires a silent system and would be an ideal candidate for a HTPC or home server."