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Digging around for a good movie on a rainy weekend, like we've been having up here in the Northeast recently, can be a challenge for sure.  Team Ars thinks brick and mortar movie rentals are going the way of the dino and we'd have to agree.  Netflicks sent me an application in the mail recently... Think I'll check that out fo-sho because Comcast's OnDemand selection is pretty dang weak... Video stores are outdated and video-on-demand has a lot of growing up to do. I brought a list of 70 movies to two local stores and started checking titles off. It was a somewhat eclectic mix of Orbiting HQ favorites, quality anime, Oscar winners of various kinds, and a few international... Read more...
Hey folks, it's time to empty the box again. We've got some different articles in tonight, such as the Apple iPod HP 20GB review, and a review for the Logitech Quickcam ORBIT Face-tracking Webcam. Goodnight all, enjoy your reading :) Danger Den RBX Waterblock Review @ OCModShop "The accelerator nozzles on the RBX are a very interesting concept. They allow the end user to adjust the water flow through the block to best suit the rest of the cooling system. The accelerator nozzle kit contains four precut nozzles and one blank for your own design. The #1 nozzle is the only one included with the block but the nozzle kit is fairly inexpensive considering the adjustability and performance tweaking... Read more...
Good evening everyone, it's that time again. I'll be eating supper in a minute, but first, I'm here to bring you articles about MSI's NX6600GT-TD128E, Corsair XMS2, and a Class Action Lawsuit against Abit... interesting stuff. Well folks, enjoy! Class Action Lawsuit Against ABIT for Bursting Capacitors @ PCstats "The Class Representative alleges in this Action that Abit Computer (USA) Corporation ("Abit") manufactured, marketed, and sold select models of its motherboards containing an allegedly defective component, namely, a capacitor, which was allegedly prone to failure. Abit has denied and continues to deny these allegations and has asserted a number of affirmative defenses."... Read more...
Well folks, I just finished watching the news, and apparently the "King of Spam" lives in New Hampshire. Of course I started cracking up immediately, as anyone with an e-mail address knows every state in America has at least two Spam Kings. This guy was great though, he developed spyware software, and then developed software that removed the spyware... hey, hey! Turn off that light bulb above your head, my mailbox suffers enough ;) Best of 2004 Hardware & Tech @ Gamers Depot "2004 was a great year for PC hardware and technology – we found ourselves drenched in performance goodness, the likes of which we haven't seen in awhile because of the magnitude of performance gains... Read more...
Good afternoon friends, welcome back to HH.  Today being a cold and drizzly day, it's looking like I will be huddling around the warmth of my computers in hopes of fending of my cold.  So, to help pass the time, let's check under the pillow and see what the juice fairy brought us overnight... ATI Redefines the Multimedia Personal Computer with the New ALL-IN-WONDER(R) X800 XT Thursday September 9, 2004 - MARKHAM, Ontario – Multimedia entertainment is redefined with the new ALL-IN-WONDER(R) X800 XT from ATI Technologies Inc. (TSX: ATY, NASDAQ: ATYT). Built upon the award-winning powerful RADEON(R) X800 Visual Processing Unit (VPU), this new multimedia add-in video card brings innovative... Read more...
Good evening and welcome back HotHardware fans!  I'm just getting in after a night of food and movies with a buddy, and figured I'd stop in and hook you all up with another shot of hardware goodness.  After this I've got to feed the kitty and rack out though, so I'm going to get right down to business...  Swiftech MCW5002-64T Thermoelectric Waterblock @ Systemcooling: "Swiftech is one of the few manufacturers that offer actively cooled waterblocks for extreme cooling. Today we are going to take an in depth look at the Swiftech MCW5002 series of thermoelectric waterblocks, which incorporate a Peltier device to actively cool a CPU well below ambient room air temperatures. The... Read more...
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