XFX 7800GT SLI, Foxconn NF4SLI7AA-8EKRS2
Apple has admitted to a flaw that has left the screens on some iPod Nanos vulnerable to cracks. With about 1% of all the nanos that have shipped being affected, it's not a widespread problem, but that doesn't really make a difference if your one of those unfortunate few. Fortunately however, Apple has said they will replace the problem units. Now, I don't even own a regular iPod, I'm still listening to MP3s on my desktop. That seems primitive these days... stationary music is so 90's.
"The 7800GT is a worthy successor to the 6800GT and sell at about the same price point. At the moment, a 7800GT outperforms the competition at the same price point, has more features, and is widely available. The XFX card brings to the table a factory overclocked core and memory speeds (450MHz/1.05GHz), good overclocking ability (505MHz/1.15GHz) and an excellent bundle."
"Today, we're looking at an example of Seasonic's latest and greatest PSU, the S12 series. The model is available in a variety of capacities, including 330W, 380W, 430W, & 500W. The unit we're reviewing is the flagship of the S12 line, the S12-600, which as you might guess sports a capacity of 600W."
"First, NVIDIA implemented dynamic clock scaling on the Go 7800 GTX which allows it to change its clock rate based on the amount of work the GPU is being given. This GPU can run at speeds as low as 16 MHz if needed. The engine, memory and pixel clocks can all be adjusted in this way."
"NVIDIA has re-entered the IGP scene with the launch of their latest AMD chipset family, the GeForce 6100 and nForce 400, bringing for the first time DX9/SM3.0 graphics, PureVideo HD acceleration as well as all the usual nForce4 goodies to the integrated market."
"Its four 240 pin DDR-2 RAM slots accommodate up to 4GB of DDR2-667 memory. Integrated peripherals include a two port Silicon Image SiI3132 Serial ATA II/RAID controller, IEEE 1394b Firewire, dual Gigabit network cards and 7.1-channel audio."