Overclocking Socket 939 Athlon 64, DFI NF4 Ultra-D, and more!

Good afternoon folks, ready for more news? Today we have reviews for the DFI NF5 Ultra-D Motherboard, Gigabyte K8NXP-SLI and 3D1, a Business Printers Buyer's Guide, and a few other items. Enjoy your read :)

HIS X800XL IceQ II Turbo 256MB PCI-E Video Card Video Review @ 3dGameMan

"This product is based on the ATI R430 chip, has a core speed of 400MHz, a memory speed of 985MHz, and 256MBs of GDDR3 memory. Both the core and memory can be easily overclocked for additional performance. Like most other HIS Video Cards the cooler is very effective and quiet. Amazing performance at an affordable price!"

DFI NF4 Ultra-D Motherboard Review @ HardOCP

"If you are feeling a bit on the wild side are looking to take some risk and hopefully land an inexpensive SLI board through some hardware modding, then the DFI NF4 Ultra-D is exactly the motherboard you are looking for."

Gigabyte K8NXP-SLI and 3D1 together @ TweakTown

"Today we check in with a look at Gigabyte's 3D1 combo package with includes the K8NXP-SLI motherboard based on nVidia's nForce4 SLI chipset along with the innovative Gigabyte 3D1 graphics card which places two GeForce 6600GT cores onto the single card which is able to produce some brilliant performance in current games."

Business Printers Buyers' Guide @ hardwarezone

"You are in for a big mistake if you think that purchasing any printer for your office use will suffice. So how do you choose between the different types of printers - Laser, Inkjet, Dot Matrix, Solid Ink, etc? Which of the types is suitable for your office use?"

Overclocking the Socket 939 AMD Athlon 64 @ OCIA.net

"As mentioned earlier, I set my timings to 2.5-3-3-8-1T. I also lowered the HT multiplier to 3x. At these settings, I was able to get a maximum stable overclock of 9 x 255 (1:1) = 2,295 MHz, or basically 2.3 GHz. I tried lowering the multiplier to 8 and even 7, and also lowering the RAM divisor but was unable to get better results than those obtained at 9 x 255. I also tried various voltage settings..."