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Hey folks, this afternoon we have a few photography related articles for you, along with a Laptop and water cooling system review. I've got to cut the chat short though, as I'm trying to fix a couple computers and fill some holes in my wall(fun stuff!). Enjoy! Fujitsu P7010D Laptop Review @ Designtechnica "The LifeBook 7010 is an attractive system that melds shades of silver and black with a somewhat industrial, yet refined looked. There is very little in the way of branding on the system itself. The Fujitsu name is on the bottom of the system and on the inside of the lid only. The top of the lid and sides of the 7010 are completely bare. The lid hinge is definitely unique and what makes... Read more...
Hello everyone, I hope all of you well.  With my good friend Mr. Coffee working away in the kitchen, I figured this was an opportune time to link my favorite family with a shot of juice.  So, go grab a glass and help yourself; there is plenty to go around today...  HIS X850XT IceQ II Turbo @ Viperlair "The HIS adaptation of the X850XT is more than well done, it borders on ingenious. Simple, yet extremely effective silent cooling, give you stable overclocks to the levels of the Platinum Edition without even a 2nd glance. Add to that a range of adapters that could make your day and a Dual DVI output launch this card to the top of the pile, especially when you consider the price... Read more...
Hey folks, here's your last bit of news for the day. I'm off for a quick game of Counter-Strike: Source, and then bed, so good night all. Sunbeam 20 in 1 Superior Panel Review @ 3DXtreme "We have digital cameras and other devices that use all kinds of media cards, not to mention those that use USB, Firewire or even SATA connections. To fulfill these needs companies have come up with fan controllers, I/O panels, card readers, and temperature displaying LCD screens. But what about the limited amount of real estate on the front of your case? If you have all these items and a standard mid-tower case, there's no room left for your drives. How are you supposed to make that work? That's where Sunbeam... Read more...
Hey there everyone.  We've got ourselves a relatively quiet morning with just a few items to serve up.  First, there is the Pentium 4 3.73GHz Extreme Edition followed by some 6600GT and 6800 SLI lovin'.  Lastly, there's a look at the Thermaltake Armor VA8000 Case.  For me, it's time to get the weekend started a little early.  I'll catch you back here next week. Intel Pentium 4 3.73GHz Extreme Edition @ Viperlair: "As we've seen in our results, the gap between AMD and Intel in terms of application performance is a lot closer than it used to be, at least when we're talking about $1000 processors. The 3.73GHz Extreme Edition did edge the Athlon FX-55 in most of the... Read more...
Happy Easter everyone! I've already had the family dinner yesterday, so today I'm taking it easy and surviving off left overs. As for the news today, Bjorn3D has taken a look at the Leadtek WinFast TV USB II Deluxe, which I have also reviewed, so if your interested in the product: Click Here. Sorell SF 2000 MP3 Player Review @ The Tech Zone "The Sorell SF 2000 is more than just a flash based MP3 player - there is also a built in voice recorder and FM tuner. Plus the unit can double as a USB flash drive, making filing transfer quick and easy. The SF 2000 is available in? 256MB and 512MB configurations. The player is really small, just 3.1" long by 1.2" wide by 0.59" thick and... Read more...
Hey folks, I've got a few minutes to spare right now so I'll bring you some reading material. Hard Tecs 4U has posted a Athlon 64 CPU Cooler Roundup. Like the description says it's written in German, but the benchmarks can be understood by anyone. And if this is your first time here today, Robert has taken a look at the Albatron PC6600U GeForce 6600 Video Card. Enjoy! Gigabyte GV-RX80L256V Radeon X800XL Videocard Review @ PCstats "This brand-new videocard is built from the ground up around the ATI X800 XL VPU, which is nicely hidden behind a complicated heatpipe-based passive cooling system. The X800 XL VPU has been matched with 256MB of GDDR3 RAM. The memory hums along at a full 1 GHz speed... Read more...
Good evening ladies and gents. For you ATI card owners, Catalyst version 5.3 is out now, with OpenGL 2.0 support. They'll probably be performance benchmarks out in a few days or so, and we'll be sure to post them when we see them. Well, I'm out for now, good night all. Thermaltake Soprano Mid-Tower Case @ SystemCooling "Thermaltake is known for producing some very good computer cases. As of recently they have begun to expand their lineup once again with the release of the Tsunami Dream and the Shark cases. Today we'll be looking at another new case from Thermaltake, the Soprano. Will this case live up to the Thermaltake name? Let's find out." BenQ DW1625 Internal DVD Writer with LightScribe... Read more...
Hey folks, I'm here to bring you a weekend update. We have reviews for the ASUS P5AD2-E Premium Motherboard, the Thermaltake Beetle CPU Cooler, Kingston 1GB PC2-5400 DDR2 Memory Kit, and a few other items. Enjoy! ASUS P5AD2-E Premium @ HEXUS "ASUS has effectively made its i925X-based P5AD2 Premium board redundant with the newer P5AD2-E Premium. The latter carries all the feature nicities of the former but adds in support for 266MHz FSB CPUs. As described, not only is this beneficial from a complete processor support point of view, it also allows the enthusiast to be safe in the knowledge that 200MHz FSB Pentium 4s, which is the vast majority of Intel Pentium 4 chips out there, can be overclocked... Read more...
Hello everyone, and good afternoon. The mailbox is overflowing with news, so I'll make this post a little bigger than normal. Wait no longer, because here it is... Intel 915P Shootout : ASUS P5GD2 Premium @ hardwarezone "ASUS goes postal by slapping on almost every feature imaginable on the P5GD2 Premium motherboard. If you think you need three seperate RAID arrays, 14 hard disks, wired and wireless networking, the P5GD2 Premium is your baby." Thermaltake HardCano 13 @ Phoronix "Thermaltake is most notably known for their conspicuous heatsinks and power supplies, but up on our workbench today we are trying the multi-functional HardCano 13. Will its 6-in-1 card reader and 8-color... Read more...
Hey everyone, I'm back to deliver the rest of the news. For tonight's offerings, we have some mice directed towards the gamer in you, the Sunbeam Chameleon case, and a couple other items. For those of you still interested in my Morrowind water experiment, check the forums later tonight or tomorrow. Goodnight all! Razer Viper and Razer Diamondback Professional Mice @ X-Bit labs "Razer Company is known as a designer and manufacturer of the great Boomslang mouse, which was a cherished accessory for most gamers for a long time. Today the company is pushing into the market two new optical solutions, which have every chance to become a hit among professional gamers." Sunbeam Chameleon @ LAN... Read more...
Hey folks, I'm here to start you off with your weekend fix of tech news. One little interesting bit we have is a review of Thermaltake's 5.25" bay "Xpeaker"... these guys think of everything ;) Thermaltake Xpeaker Panel @ Mikhailtech "The drivers are too small and too weak to reproduce any low frequencies, so the result is a slight boost in sound levels. As for distortion, there really is none since it never reaches levels where it would be noticeable. In short, these are quiet speakers. For what it's worth, the Xpeaker is a neat contraption and useful in certain situations. However the hype is rather misleading. Thermaltake claims (and I quote), "Play it LOUD!! Xpeaker... Read more...
Good evening folks, it's time for another round of news. Coming at you tonight, we have subjects ranging from wireless networks and security, to the Spire Coolwave II, a Heatsink for LGA775 CPUs. Enjoy ;) Spire Coolwave II (LGA 775 Heatsink) reviewed @ hi-techreviews.com "...This time around it's the Spire Coolwave II, a very nice looking unit featuring a UV reactive fan and mounting assembly and perhaps one of the securest mounting methods of any 775 heatsink we have tested. So come on along as we take a look at this unit and see just how well it performs under stock conditions and with a 500 MHz overclock." Soltek Qbic 3901a Socket 939 SFF Review @ Neoseeker "Even with the extra... Read more...
Good morning all :)  Sorry about the later update, yours truly is feeling really under the weather today.  So, I don't mean to be rude, but we are going to get things started so I can get some rest.  Here is your AM update...  Thermaltake PurePower 680W Power Supply @ Bjorn3D "After you stop drooling at the thought of having dual video cards in an SLI setup, you come to realize some practical concerns. Cost is the most obvious one. Most of us struggle to pay $450 for one video card, but spending $900 to $1,000 on two is just ludicrous to many people. Beyond the cost though are other important concerns, like power requirements. More and more power supplies are including... Read more...
Well the weekend is finally here, so I'm doing a post now cause I don't think I'll be around tonight. It's been raining out all day, so I hope the roads don't turn to ice tonight... nothing like driving home late at night on roads made of ice. On with the news... eVGA e-GeForce 6600 GT 128 MB DDR3 PCI-E Video Card w/ HDTV Support @ 3dGameMan "This particular product comes standard with 128MB of DDR3, 2ns memory. The default core speed is 500MHz and the memory speed is 1GHz. While these are high default speeds, the core and memory can be overclocked even higher for added performance. Also, an included adapter enables easy hookup of S-Video, Composite and Component Video out. Watch the Video... 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...
Hey! I think my internet is working now. You know what that means? More news for you! Anyway, for your nightly news fix, we've a got Home Theater article from eCoustics, Logisys UV Reactive Molex Sleeve Kit from LAN Addict, and as usual... a little more. After this i'm going straight to bed, so goodnight! Home Theater Article @ eCoustics.com "Instructions on getting good bass from a subwoofer in any given room usually begin by suggesting corner placement of the subwoofer. And it's true: placing the subwoofer in a corner will equally energize all the room's resonances and maximize the subwoofer's output. However, one of the more bizarre aspects of how subwoofers couple with the specific dimensions... Read more...
Hey everyone, as my first news post I'd like to remind you all it's November 2nd, so if you haven't already, get registered to vote and support your candidate! But that's politics, and I know why your really here, so get ready for your mid-afternoon fix of tech news.  Thermaltake Tsunami Dream Case @ PimpRig.com "If it weren't for the lights it would be difficult to know the case was on. Yes, that is how silent it is. What more could you want? Looks, performance, and silence..."  RaidMax Cobra Gaming Case @ ViperLair.com "Cooling is very well done, but we think they could have substituted the sheer number of 80mm fan options with fewer larger fans. While the cooling is... Read more...
Good afternoon friends, welcome back to HotHardware.  With my ISP having some "technical issues," I have been stuck on dial-up access for the past two days.  I tell you, there is nothing like going from a 5MB connection to the lighting quick speed of 56K ;)  Here is your news...  Thermaltake TrueLight Memory Heat Spreader @ A True Review "Our computers have become one big show and tell. With the advent of acrylic cases and case windows, visually what is on the inside has become just as important as what is on the outside. Moreover, what is on the inside does not sit there in hopes that we look; it reaches out and grabs our attention. How you ask? By lighting... Read more...
Hey folks! It's Friday and most are getting set for a little R&R this weekend. Sadly, that will not be the case with most of the guys here at HH. We've got a lot of hardware to review and I myself have a piece slated for early next week that you're sure to like. So it's going to be busy for us, but that's what we're here for! Abit's AV8 motherboard @ The Tech Report: "With all the must-have integrated peripherals, a working AGP/PCI lock, a sub-$110 price tag, and a BIOS laden with tweaking and overclocking options, the AV8 has the potential to be the ultimate Athlon 64 overclocking platform. Let's see if it delivers. " Thermaltake TWV480 Total Watts Viewer Power Supply @ BigBruin.com:... Read more...
Good morning friends, welcome back to HH :)  The news front is moving at a pretty steady pace this AM.  So, keeping this short, sweet; here is your first shot of juice for the day...  BigBruin.Com Review: Seasonic Power Angel Power Monitor "Seasonic has sent over one of their newest items for review, but this time around it is something other than a power supply. The Power Angel is a compact diagnostic tool which allows users to monitor power consumption of just about any 110V device. Ever wonder how much juice your high-end PC is drawing? Or much money that air conditioner is costing you every month? The Power Angel power monitor is just the device to let you know."... Read more...
Good evening everyone, how was your day?  Mine was fairly uneventful, just your typical Monday at work.  Tonight, the GF and I managed to find some mutual time off and decided a nice quiet dinner was in order.  So, with a belly full of good eats and an inbox packed with gold, I think tonight is going to end on a mellow note.   Here is your nightcap.  PowerColor Radeon 9600SE @ Legion Hardware "It is hard to accept a product like the PowerColor Radeon 9600SE and it's even more difficult to give it a fair review. Currently all the excitement in this market is obviously being generated by the latest and greatest flagship products from ATi and NVIDIA. Graphics cards... Read more...
Good morning everyone, how was your night?  Today is the first day off I have had in nearly two weeks, my "Saturday" of sorts.  However, there is some HH work that needs tending too, so I can not stay and chat at this moment.  Go grab a coffee and settle in for a little while, here is your AM shot of juice...  Thermaltake Tsunami Case Review @ VR-Zone Hardware "The back panel of the Tsunami is standard in design, with the only exception being the attached keys that come with the case. There are two sets of keys (with two keys per set). One set will unlock the front panel and the other will unlock the side panel. The side panel lock is a good idea especially... Read more...
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