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Hey folks, I'm here with your first dose of the news for day. Read on, enjoy, and if you can, get outside cause it actually looks and feels like summer today! Sapphire Radeon X800 XL Ultimate PCIe Review @ Bjorn "Now that X800 XL cards are starting to finally fall to (or at least closer to) the $299 MSRP set by ATI, they really are undeniably one of the best bang-for-your-buck gaming video card solutions available. I took a look at Sapphire's X800 XL PCI Express card several weeks ago and was very impressed by its performance. The recent price drops makes this card even more appealing." SATA-II 3 Gb/s RAID Performance Guide @ hardCOREware "Today we'll be exploring the 3 Gb/s transfer... Read more...
Good evening everyone, welcome back to HotHardware.  With the weekend winding down and a small slush storm inhabiting the outer limits of my house, I think it is time that we cuddle up with our favourite caffeinated beverage and delve into the world of tech news. Here is your Nightcap...  SilverStone Gemini ST46GF Redundant Power Supply @ SystemCooling "SystemCooling.com has reviewed a lot of power supplies over the past two years but none that provided hardware redundancy and hot-swap capabilities. The new SilverStone Gemini series ST46GF is actually two power supplies in one. Each power supply module is capable of delivering 460 watts continuous power. During normal operation... Read more...
Hey folks, it's that time again. Before getting to the news, I'd like to direct you to Marco's review of the ATI All-In-Wonder X800 XT, which combines the power of the Radeon X800 XT, with the media capabilities of the All-In-Wonder series. Enjoy the rest :) Ultra Products XL PC3200 Low Latency Memory @ SystemCooling "Today we're going to look at one such manufacturer, Ultra Products that has just released their new low latency PC3200 ram into the market place. And they are doing it with a little twist, Ultra Products has specified speeds and timings for their PC3200 XL ram up to PC4200 speeds." ASUS 6800GT SLi @ t-break "One of the problems we initially faced with SLI was the... Read more...
Hey folks, it's that wonderful time again :) If your checking in for the first time today, Marco has reviewed the Sapphire Hybrid Radeon X800 XL, so make sure to check it out. Well, I'm going to check out the review for the Corsair XMS4400 with a CAS of 2.5, dream about money I don't have, and then get a coffee. Adios! Corsair XMS4400 CAS 2.5 Review @ Club Overclocker "Corsair has been in the memory market for some years now, and their memory is getting better and better. Their memory has been a favorite on the enthusiasts market for quite a while. Today we are looking at their newest DDR memory. Corsair has added the fastest Samsung TCCD memory chips, lowered the latency and manufactured... Read more...
Good morning folks, the box is filling up so it's time to unload the latest news. As a side note, a S-ATA to USB bridge chip has been released, so click the link to find out more. Also, Phoronix has posted some screenshots of the Matrix Online(Beta) for you to enjoy. 4 Channel Wireless Camera System @ Bigbruin "In today's world we have to live with the reality that cameras are everywhere. You never know when or where you are being watched. Ever feel like you would like to do some surveillance of your own? Well now with the help of the people at Geeks.com you can, and it is easier and cheaper than you might have thought with the use of the 4 Channel Wireless Camera System." Behringer... Read more...
Hey folks, I'm here to start off the new week with more news. GamePC Labs has sent us their review of the Radeon X850 XT PE, so if your interested, make sure to check out Marco's article on the same product. Read on and enjoy! Abit AG8 915P Motherboard Review @ PC Perspective "Overclocking aside, the ABIT AG8 is a top performer. It is slightly faster than the Chaintech V915P even though the two boards use the same chipset and RAM, and are identically configured. Somewhere ABIT has done some engineering to this motherboard that has given it a kick in performance. Compared to the more expensive 915P using DDR2, it performs essentially the same." Beginners Guides: Linux Part 1: Getting Familiar... Read more...
Good evening folks, it's time for the last news post of the day. Coming straight at you are reviews for the ThermalTake PurePower 680w PSU, and Logisys LED Stove Fan. You can try your luck with a contest for some Sunbeamtech Chameleon products, and there's also a much needed guide for the WindowsXP Command Prompt. Also, if your checking in for the first time today, make sure you don't miss Robert's review of the Foxconn e-bot Small Form Factor PC. Goodnight all :) ThermalTake PurePower 680 watt PSU Review @ GruntvillE.com "Today I am reviewing the HUGE Thermaltake PurePower 680watt Power Supply Unit (PSU). This thing is a beast. I am going to put it through the wringer to let you know how... Read more...
Good afternoon HotHardware fans!  BW here to ler you know that we've just posted a new article, the link is at the top of the page.  It's a Notebook Buyer's Guide that answers some of the questions commonly asked by potential notebook consumers.  Click here and check it out...... Read more...
  We are going to go start down the proverbial "rabbit hole' for notebooks in the coming weeks. And because of this, we need to lay a few things out before we go on. First and foremost, certain notebooks are designed with certain people in mind. Five or six years ago, not everyone was cut out to own a notebook, for a variety of reasons; which of course included pricing versus desktop systems. However, the drive down in notebook prices and the variety in notebooks have made it possible for most of us to own or plan to own a notebook. After all, notebooks have come a long way since they were only in the reach of the most professional of businessmen and running in the $4,000+ price range.... Read more...
Well folks, my package finally arrived and I couldn't be happier with my results. So far I'm running it at a stable 2.34GHz, which is close to the speed of a 3800 . Not bad for a $155 "budget" CPU. I hope all your winter overclocking sessions go as smoothly :) ATake Phantom Robot ChipsMod IV Chipset Cooler @ BigBruin "There are certainly other coolers, but none of them can be compared to the ChipsMod IV's unique looks. As for the performance, that's marginal without the fan, giving only a 2 degree C advantage over the stock MSI heat sink. Add the fan on there, and that improves to almost a 6 degree C difference!" Corsair TwinX1024-4400C25PT Memory Review @ PCStats "These... Read more...
It's only around 10:30PM right now, but my eyelids feel like bricks... how about you? I still have to do some shopping on Newegg for a client, so I'll get straight to the news... Arctic Cooling NV Silencer 5 Video Card Cooler @ Systemcooling "Arctic Cooling manufactures a line of GPU coolers designed to combat not only the heat issues, but noise issues as well, and we know from experiencing the original VGA Silencer that they have succeeded in the past on both counts. Today, we're looking at one of their newest offerings, the NV Silencer 5, and we'll find out if this new generation of Silencer is as good as the old one." Basic System Buyer's Guide - Holiday Season 2004 @ Mikhailtech... Read more...
Well I finally got some much needed cleaning done today. Of course my lungs are now filled with dust and whatever else grows in the corners of my room, but that works out great for you since it gives me time to post the news. I've got to go fill out a couple more job applications, so enough with the chit chat. Oh, and if you haven't already, make sure to check out Dave's phone interview with the guys on the PC Chat Radio Show... if you're a fan of HH, I'm sure you'll enjoy it. The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Interview "Beginning in 1993, the series has seen three installments, all of which have been hailed as some of the best role-playing games ever made. Now, eleven years after Arena first... Read more...
Want to know another change in the way the news will be done? To help satisfy the gamers out there, every wednesday and friday, I will be posting all the interesting game related news I've found over the week. I could use some help with this though, from you guys of course :) If you have some interesting game related news, send me an E-Mail, and make the subject 'HH Game News'... I'll really appreciate it :) Crucial Ballistix Gaming Memory GIVEAWAY @ TwistedMods.com "You've got the most bangin' system on the block, with every possible component spiced up but you cheesed out on the RAM - you aren't the only one who's done it. The quality of a computer's memory is a very important factor in... Read more...
Well it's 1AM right now, and my only mental functions consist of 'News' and 'Sleep', so I'll proceed in that order. Firingsquad has announced the final winner of their contest, so be sure to check out their site to see if it's you... after you check out our news of course :) Soltek SL-K8TPro-939 Motherboard Review @ PCStats "The new Soltek SL-K8TPro-939 motherboard is based on the VIA K8T800 Pro chipset, and with a sticker price of $135CDN is quite a steal next to the competition. Like most Athlon64 motherboards these days, the SL-K8TPro-939 is very nicely equipped with IEEE 1394, 7.1-channel audio, Gigabit Ethernet, a Promise PDC20579 SATA/IDE RAID controller and the always useful Port... Read more...
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