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AOpen Showcases Innovative Intel(R) Viiv(TM) Technology and MoDT-based Products and Launches the MoDT Bootcamp at the 2006 Intel Channel Conference SAN JOSE, Calif., April 12 -- AOpen(R) Inc., an award-winning, global leader in PC component design and manufacturing, today announced that it will showcase several of its award winning Mobile on Desktop (MoDT)-based solutions at the 2006 Intel Channel Conference (ICC). AOpen will debut a series of new Solo and Dual core motherboards, and barebone systems including innovative new XC Cubes, MiniPCs and ePCs. In addition, with Intel's (INTC) support, AOpen will launch it's MoDT Bootcamp, a program designed to educate the channel about the benefits... Read more...
Last week we brought word of BTXFormFactor's introduction to Cooler Master's BTX offerings. Tonight we have more BTX goodness from the same guys, this time covering Thermaltake's line of BTX cases. "Founded in 1999, Thermaltake has grown into one of the world leaders in computer cooling devices, power supplies, and cases for home and industrial applications. Their case designs are continuously being improved to meet the demands of the users, as well as the high powered components inside. This evolution now includes a few models designed to accommodate systems based on the BTX form factor, which will be covered in this introduction. Here is the... Read more...
Though ATX is still the way to go for most people, support for the BTX form factor is continuing to grow. Today BTXFormFactor.com would like to show off what Cooler Master has to offer, introducing four new BTX cases. "Since its release very few manufacturers have taken advantage of BTX and a majority of the newly released chassis designs still cater to the ATX format. Cooler Master has developed a significant reputation in the consumer market by providing a wide selection of cases that cover desktop and full tower case requirements. Here they come, the Cooler Master BTX family: Centurion B540, Centurion B541, CM Media BTX-B260, and CM Stacker... Read more...
X-Bit labs has gone all out and taken a look at 5 different case models from Arctic Cooling. The Silentium series is in the spot light, and even though each of the different models look different, the insides remain the same. "Today we are going to take a look at the whole system case family from Arctic Cooling known under Silentium brand name. The remarkable thing about these mid-tower cases is that Arctic Cooling took an absolutely new approach to building a system case and developed a whole new component layout almost from scratch. We will look at 5 models from this family positioned as ready-made solutions for very quiet computers."... Read more...
Happy Friday all!  Man, another week has flown by and I feel like I've got nothing done.  The hardware is piling up and I can't seem to get ahead of it.  With the holidays coming fast, there is so many other things to steal the time lately.  With family coming into town, shopping and various get-togethers, time seems more precious than ever.  Fortunately, I think I am done shopping, the family went back home to NY and my calendar looks clear for the rest of the week.  It looks like this weekend I will be playing catch up and get you guys some more reviews! nVidia GeForce 6600GT goes AGP @ TweakTown: "A little while ago nVidia launched their GeForce 6600GT graphics... Read more...
Good morning HH fans and happy Friday to ya!  We've got a lot going on behind the scenes these days, with site upgrades, like the reader's ability to send us news, and a more rapid fire approach to the news with the addition of Matt to the mix.  We're also cranking things up as the holidays get closer, so keep you eyes open for that special gift for the hardware junkie in your life, you just might see it here on HH.  For now, let's take a look at some of the latest news bites this AM and we'll bring you more a little later on. Thermaltake Shark Case Review @ CoolTechZone: "Thermaltake's latest addition to the Xaser line is the Shark full tower aluminum case. Weighing in at... Read more...
Good morning folks!  Happy Post Thanksgiving to all our State side friends.  In typical holiday fashion, I managed to eat so much food I still feel full the next morning.  We had one heck of a spread including a 25LB turkey and all the sides you could imagine.  What was more amazing was that for some reason, the turkey didn't make me sleepy at all.  In fact, I was wide awake the whole night, staring at the ceiling wondering if the triptophan would ever kick in.  Sadly, it didn't.  So it's lots of coffee for me this AM followed by a late afternoon nap for sure. I hope the rest of you had a good time with the one's you love, as that is what Thanksgiving is all... Read more...
Good morning all!  Can you tell the holiday season is approaching fast?  More commercials, more people in stores and a lot of computer hardware hitting the market.  We've got lots of treats on tap in the weeks ahead, so be sure to stay close to HH for the latest updates!  For now, here is your morning news... Samsung Syncmaster 193P 19 inch LCD Monitor Review @ Futurelooks: "What do you get when you cross one of Samsung's great LCD Monitors with the looks of an Apple iPod? Well, you get this! Samsung takes some design cues from the PC Alternative Giant. Is this the monitor for you?" AMD Athlon64 4000 Processor @ GamePC Labs: "Looking to round out the year in... Read more...
Whoa!  I apologize for the late start today folks!  I had to take care of a little family business this morning, and wasn't able to get to my keyboard until now.  I promise to make it up to you all though. I've got so much news to post, that you'll still be reading it when we post tomorrow morning's news...  Swiftech MCX64-V and MCX6400-V HSF Reviews @ PCPerspective: "Swiftech has been supplying high-end cooling solutions to PC enthusiasts and overclockers for many years. Founded in 1994 as a Maintenance and R&D organization for Unix computers and imaging systems, Swiftech has expanded their product offerings to include air-cooled, water-cooled, and active thermoelectric... Read more...
Good evening all!  We may be a little later than usual with the news today, but we didn't forget ya! We just got caught up in some testing this morning and didn't get a chance to update the main page.  So, without further delay, here's a healthy sampling of news that should keep you busy for a while.  Enjoy! Intel Continues To Accelerate 64-Bit Capability Across Product Lines With Platform For Embedded Storage Solutions Emulex Selects Intel TXN31011 Optical Transceiver for HBA STORAGE NETWORKING WORLD, Orlando, Fla., Oct. 26, 2004 - Intel Corporation today expanded the 64-bit capabilities of its product line with the addition of an Intel Xeon processor-based platform with Intel... Read more...
Hello all!  How is every one doing today?  I hope you're all doing well!  I'm still in a fog trying to comprehend some of this theories put forth by Stephen Hawking and his contemporaries in the special / interview that aired on the Science Channel last night.  I love hearing theories about quantum mechanics and the birth of the universe.  Especially since we really know very little about our origins.  Consider that fact that we have just now detected two new moons on Saturn and a new gas on Jupiter.  If we're still finding things in our own solar system, how much is out there that we haven't even begun to imaging yet?  Science is so cool...  WaterChill... Read more...
Greetings HotHardware Fans!  The weekend is over, and it looks like the whole world got back to work with a vengeance this morning!  Our news mailbox is absolutely jammed with press releases at the moment.  I've picked out some of the tastiest morsels, I hope you like 'em...  GeForce 6800 Gameplay Review @ nV News: "We have just posted a gameplay review using NVIDIA's GeForce 6800 graphics card. Brian Cochran takes on Far Cry, Unreal Tournament 2004, Chrome, and Morrowind with the GeForce 6800 and offers his gameplay experience."  ABIT AG8 Motherboard Review @ HardOCP: "Given the fact that the AG8 is slated as the mainstream solution, I wasn't prepared... Read more...
Good morning all.  Time for some morning reading courtesy of your good friends at HotHardware.  JeffB checkin' in with the latest news floating around the hardware world.  Got a decent selection waiting for me in my mailbox this AM, so let's not waste any time! Aristec Accent HT-400b HTPC Case Review at htpcnews.com: "As newcomers to the HTPC community begin their journey one of the first questions that they have is "what case should I buy" and the answer is not always what they want to hear. HTPC's are not a cheap hobby by any means... Yes you can build a HTPC for practically nothing but you will be heavily limited on what it can do in the grand scheme of things.... Read more...
Good morning brothers and sisters :)  By taking a quick peek at my inbox, it looks like our local Juice-Fairy was very busy last night.  It is going to take me a little while to sort through this mess of news and spam; so, if you don't mind, we are going to get right down to business :) Cooler Master Hyper 6 P4/K8 Heatsink @ Systemcooling "It's been over two years since Cooler Master introduced their first heat pipe cooler, the HHC-001. In that time, manufacturers have gotten considerably more adept at implementing this technology, and the result is that there are now many effective heat pipe heatsinks on the market. Now, Cooler Master has introduced a new heat pipe cooler to the... Read more...
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