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Hey guys, how is everyone doing? The winter is still not over, and there's no better reminder than another cold. In between my schedule of cold medicine and sleep, I've come to bring you this afternoon's load of tech news. One item that caught my eye, is a Gigabyte Factory tour, which gives some good insight into the amount of work it takes to build and test a motherboard. Read on, and enjoy! How Motherboards Are Made: A Gigabyte Factory Tour @ PCStats "Without a doubt, motherboards are the most complex and essential part of the modern PC. With this in mind, it's surprising to learn the amount of work and machinery involved in manufacturing a single motherboard. As PCSTATS recent trip to... Read more...
Good morning everyone, NJ here with yet another edition of the HH times.  Awaking to a cool morning with just a touch of frost, it looks as if winter is approaching fast.  Not that I mind though.  The faster the snow is on the ground, the faster I can bust out the new snowboard.  Nonetheless, lets get to the real reason you stopped in this morning.  Here is your morning shot of juice...  NVIDIA's GeForce 6200 Graphics Processor: TechReport NeoSeeker NVNews HardOCP Hexus  Socket 939 Motherboard Shootout @ TweakTown "Mike has served us up some AMD related content today where he compares two Socket 939 Athlon 64 motherboards. The first is the MSI K8N Neo 2... Read more...
Good morning everyone :)  As you can probably judge by the timestamp of this post, I am having issues sleeping.  So, what better way to fill a slumber free night, then relaxing with some soft music and good reading?! AeroCool VM-101 Fanless VGA Cooler @ SystemCooling "AeroCool has responded to increased consumer interest in fanless cooling solutions with their new Video Magic series fanless VGA cooler. The VM-101 video card cooler incorporates heat pipe technology to transfer heat away from the graphics processing unit (GPU) to a large array of aluminum fins, which the manufacturer claims can passively dissipate up to 70 watts of heat. The VM-101 can be used on both NVIDIA and... Read more...
Good evening my friends, welcome back :)  As you can see, the dust from constructing our new home is slowly settling to the ground.  But, as BigWop eluded to this AM, we still have a few tricks up our proverbial sleeve.  In the mean time, you will just have to suffer through piles of news and benchmarks... *sigh* such a rough life..... ;) Alpha Novatech S-PAL8952 Pentium4 Heatsink Review @ FrostyTech "It has been nearly two years since FrostyTech last reviewed an Alpha heatsink. That heatsink was the PAL 8942, the predecessor to the S-PAL8952 we are testing in this review. There have been significant advancements in Pentium 4 heatsinks, and the industry has seen the emergence... Read more...
The I845PE Motherboard Shootout Clash of the Titans! By Robert Maloney December 11,  2002     The vast majority of motherboards for the Pentium 4 generally come in two varieties, those using RDRAM and others using DDR SDRAM clocked at 266MHz.  While the consensus was that RDRAM was the performance leader, pricing and availability issues forced more and more manufacturers and users to gravitate towards DDR SDRAM.  When VIA released the KT333 Chipset, it provided the first real support for what was then the fastest speed of RAM available, that being PC2700 or DDR333.  This provided a performance boost that sent many users over to the Athlon camp.  Intel, however,... Read more...
  The Massworks ID-75 USB Touchscreen Limitless Possibilities? By, Marco Chiappetta September 5, 2001   Recently I was presented with an opportunity to test a truly unique product from a little known company based in Albuquerque, New Mexico...Massworks.  Massworks has developed a compact USB Touchscreen controller for Windows and Linux based PCs called the ID-75.  Initially, Massworks introduced this product to us as a "USB Touchscreen Game Controller", but once the product was in our hands and functional, it was painfully obvious that the ID-75 is capable of so much more.  We were confused as to why this product was being marketed as a game controller, so we... Read more...
Dueling DVD  New Video2000 Results From The Majors In Graphics The Online Hardware Review Media community has a solid focus on 3D Graphics performance and technology as a whole.  This goes without saying.  Too often the Digital Video Subsystem of a particular graphics card goes untested and evaluated.  Perhaps this is because there are still relatively few benchmark suites or utilities available to the masses. MadOnion... By the way, what the heck is the deal with the name of this company?  " I am a VERY angry Onion and therefore I am going to benchmark my booty off!"  I mean really, someone in marketing was sniffing the super glue a little too much on... Read more...
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