PDP System Memory, RIO MP3 Player and More
Good morning all :) It was my sister-in-laws 30th birthday last night, so, needless to say my head is feeling a little fuzzy this morning. But, a night of good times is well worth the few hours of feeling under the weather ;) Nervetheless, it is getting later in the day so let's got down to business...
"Its amazing how the memory industry is ran. It seems like more and more companies are just doing the same thing. In a way it's good, and in other ways it's bad. The bad side is that you can still buy what seems like "good" memory and next thing you know its gone bad, and the company has gone out of business or they just don't care to acknowledge you as a customer. The good side is that the companies that treat you well, and know what performance memory is, quite often deliver that. One such company is PDP, and their new series of memory "Patriot Extreme". You may be wondering how good is this memory? Well with lack of better words, we'd like to say it's the best we have ever tested on a socket 939 platform..."
"The portable MP3 player market has expanded a great deal lately and it is now very common to see people walking around with either a flash memory-based or the hard disk-based MP3 player hanging on their belts. Cassettes and CDs? Phish! That's the past! Today, we'll be looking at one of the more notable MP3 players - the RIO Forge 256MB Sport! Let's see how it fares against the deluge of MP3 players in the market! "
"The ultimate enthusiast motherboard is finally here with the MSI K8N Diamond nForce4 SLI motherboard. Besides elite gaming performance, this board has excellent system performance and boasts of quad LAN (inclusive of Bluetooth), Sound Blaster Live! 24-bit audio, six SATA II ports and more!"
"A few months ago I took a look at the original NexStar 3.5" Hard Drive Enclosure, and was somewhat less than impressed with it. Since then Vantec has completely redesigned their NexStar line and was kind enough to send us one of their new NexStar 2 5.25" drive enclosures. Once again armed with support for USB 2.0 and Firewire, the redesigned enclosure just might be a worthy addition to your desktop."