Sapphire Radeon X800 XL, Arctic Cooling NV Silencer 3, and more!

Good evening folks :) After attacking a large pizza, I'm about ready to burst so I'm here to unload the news while I digest the pounds of Italian perfection that's sitting in my stomach. In addition to the news articles, I'd also like bring your attention this story, which makes notice of new spyware that attacks Mozilla browsers. I'm not at all surprised by it, as it was only a matter of time before this would happen. Anyway, read on and enjoy!

Sapphire RADEON X800 XL Review @ Neoseeker

"Today at Neoseeker we take a look at Sapphire's RADEON X800 XL, ATI's direct response to the very popular 6800GT. Featuring a full 16-pipe configuration like the X800 and X850 XT/Pe's this will undoubtably be one of the cards to get for those that have already adopted PCIe."

ATI X800XT PE vs. eVGA 6800 Ultra: The Battle at the Top @ 3DXtreme

"3DXtreme is extremely pleased to present our latest review. Thanks to our friends at both eVGA and ATI we are finally able to take a look two of the fastest stock AGP cards available on the market. We are not the biggest hardware review website on the internet so for us to be able to bring this type of review is only due to the generosity of the kind folks at each of the respective companies."

Klipsch ProMedia GMX A-2.1 @

"If I had to sum up the GMX A-2.1 in a single sentence, it would most likely be 'One of the best sets of stereo speakers I've ever heard'. For audio from two-channel sources, it's hard to imagine Klipsch's offering being beaten (particularly in the price range in question), the entire listening experience is an absolute pleasure and is genuinely all but impossible to fault."

Arctic Cooling NV Silencer 3 Review: Shushing the FX5900XT @ Madshrimps

"Arctic Cooling has made a name for themselves by providing silent and performing cooling solutions for VGA cards and AMD/Intel CPUs. Today we take a closer look at their NV Silencer 3 which was designed to be used with NVIDIA's Geforce FX 5900XT."