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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 evening everyone, welcome back.  I am quickly stopping in while I am waiting for my dinner to finish cooking ;)  I will be more social later on tonight...  Akasa AK-954D @ Phoronix "With Intel's LGA775 processors using an entirely re-designed socket, and no longer using the retention frame we had been so accustom to seeing on Socket 478 processors, an entirely new generation of heatsinks come into play. Akasa has recently plunged into this new cooling market, and are now honored to present computer enthusiasts with the AK-954D."  Samsung 192MP @ Bjorn3D.com "Does it seem like more and more products are turning into the Swiss Knife of things to you? First... 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...
Hey gang, time for another news update.  I'm a little behind my normal schedule today after spending a long night of reformatting my machine.  It looks like my desktop box didn't appreciate a recent lightening storm too much.  It took a while to figure out what was wrong, but a memory swap seems to have done the trick.  Luckily I didn't lose any data!  Today I'll put the finishing touches on software installs and image the drive for good measure.  Hopefully that will be the end of this saga.  But before I get started on that, I owe you some news.  Let's go! Samsung SGH-D410C Phone review @ HardwareZoom: "The body is metallic silver in colour measures... Read more...
Good evening friends, welcome back!  The news flow has slowed down for the evening, but we still have a few tasty articles for you to sink your teeth into.  So, go grab yourself a cold drink, toss in some tunes and kick back with the HH Nightcap...  Samsung Syncmaster 173P 17-inch LCD Display Review @ PC Stats "The compact little 17" screen of the Samsung Syncmaster 173P boasts a resolution of 1280x1024 pixels, and an industry standard dot pitch of 0.264mm that makes for a crisper image than current 19" LCDs can muster. While the 173P does retail a bit higher than the average 17" LCD, priced a little over $600USD, it does offer up a contrast ratio of 700:1 and... Read more...
Good evening friends, how was your day?  Mine was okay, nothing terribly exciting.  A little work, a little play, you know how it goes.  However, from the looks of my inbox, the news front was rock'n this afternoon.  So, go pull a stool up to the juice bar and order whatever you wish, there is lots to choose from... PRESS RELEASE - AOPEN Introduces Two New USB 2.0 External Optical Drives SAN JOSE, CA USA - June 21, 2004 - AOpen(R) Inc., an award-winning, global leader in PC component design and manufacturing, today announced that it is now shipping two new USB 2.0 optical drives: the external AOpen Combo5232 Drive (Model EHB-5232U) and the external AOpen Slim 4X DVD+/-RW Drive... Read more...
Hey gang, JeffB ringing in the weekend with the Friday morning news.  It's funny, since I've relocated to North Carolina and decided to work from home, weekends and holidays don't mean so much anymore.  I used to look forward to the weekend, and long weekends like Memorial Day, and now it really doesn't matter anymore.  Takes a little getting used to, but I wouldn't have it any other way.  Well, enough of my babble, let's get this show on the road: Review of the Belkin TuneDok Car Holder for the iPod @ WhiningDog.net: "With the TuneDok in place, the iPod looks right at home inside your car. Granted the wires coming out of your iPod do appear to be a bit unsightly but... Read more...
Good afternoon friends, how are you doing?   Sorry about the delay in news today, I had to jet to my parents house yesterday to help resolve some computer issues.  Nevertheless, I home safe a sound and have a pile of news for you to absorb... Spire Cooler SkiveStream 3 @ HardwareHounds.com "As processors get faster, they produce more heat. This means that it doesn't take long before the stock cooler that came with your cpu just doesn't do the job as well as you might like. One of the first upgrades to a stock system is the swapping of the stock cpu cooler to a cooler that will move more air, thus keeping the cpu cooler. Quite often, in the world of coolers, size matters. Coolers... Read more...
Good morning friends, I am glad to see you are back :)  Sorry about the late start this morning, I had to make a quick run to the local computer store for some supplies.  Last night my GF decided she wanted to rearrange the bedroom, and of course the Ethernet cable that was hooked up her computer fell about 3 inches to short.  But, isn't that the way it always is.  Twenty five feet of cable is too short, and fifty feet is overkill.  Since I am too lazy to start crimping my own RJ45's, maybe it is time to step into the world of wireless networking!?!? ;) Opus Technologies MT-200 Mid-Tower Titanium Plated Case @ Extreme Overclocking "The Opus Technologies MT-200 Titanium... Read more...
Good morning friends, welcome back to HH.  Today I took a sick-day in hopes of kicking this flu that has been hanging around for the past while.  *shakes head* I don't understand my immune system; I will be fine all winter but as soon as summer comes, BAMN, I get sick.  Maybe my body is so used to the soothing radiation that emanates from my CRT monitor that it is starting to reject natural sunlight.  Nevertheless, a solid day of coffee, music and benchmarks should do my body good ;) PRESS RELEASE- Serial ATA Milestones Achieved With Two Completed Specs Signaling Speed Doubled to 3Gbps, New Cable and Connector Solutions Defined   INTEL DEVELOPER FORUM, Barcelona, Spain,... Read more...
Morning gang. Yesterday was one of the most stressful days in a long time at the day job. We lost our T1 at the office all day and Verizon really didn't act like they cared. Guess we'll be looking for a new provider soon! Anyhow, while we get back to normal, I had a few moments to pop in and give you a little news. Hope this will hold you over for now. Tweaknews has a look at a Radeon 9600 with Dual DVI and 256MB of memory from HIS: "With the numerous configurations available, one option seems to be quite a bit more scare and that is native support for dual DVI connections for the newer CRT and LCD monitors. Most dual DVI cards are more limited two dimensional drafting / professional workstations... Read more...
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