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Processors, Chipsets

AnandTech has investigated Intel’s 90nm Pentium M 755 processor based on the code-named Dothan core. With 90nm production process, 2MB of L2 cache, improved pre-fetch mechanisms as well as revamped system of access to CPU’s registers, the second silicon implementation of the Pentium M processor got all that it takes to be the king of mobile processors.


Yet another review of Corsair’s latest product has been posted on bit-tech. This time the guys try the well-known dual-channel kit with extremely low latencies: TwinX1024-3200XL PRO. Surprisingly, the modules not only perfectly run at 400MHz and 433MHz, but also prove to be nice overclockers hitting more than 500MHz.


Tom’s Hardware Guide has posted a review about RAID 5 technology. The main idea of this review is to determine the ideal number of hard disk drives to be used in RAID 5 arrays. Configurations of three to eight HDDs have been used in order to find out which is the best performance solution for RAID 5.

Graphics Cards

HotHardware has reviewed AOpen GeForce FX 5900 XT graphics card. This is one of these cards, sporting a faster GPU clocked at 420MHz, custom cooling solution and an attractive price-point for a mid-level 3D gaming graphics card. has reviewed a graphics card based on NVIDIA’s GeForce 6800 GT, but with a different cooling solution. Read about Leadtek WinFast A400 GT TDH, a graphics card from one of the oldest NVIDIA board partners.

FiringSquad has taken a sneak peak at ATI’s MOBILITY RADEON 9700. Read about a mobile VPU that has enough performance to run games like Halo and Tomb Raider: Angel of Darkness on a notebook.

Modding, PSUs, etc

Modders and overclockers will definitely like the recently posted review at Overclocker Caf?. If you have been searching for a quiet power supply, then you should read about Enermax Noisetaker EG701P-VE PSU. 600W, two silent fans and two native Serial ATA-150 connectors are surely good enough to please even the most demanding costumer.

AnandTech has reviewed Thermaltake’s Damier V6000A case. This completely aluminum case boasts with five 80mm case fans and a number of security features. See how this case performed with an AMD Athlon 64 based system in it.

Keyboards and Mice continues to review different pointing devices. This time they looked at Thermaltake’s Xwing Bluetooth mouse. Find out what can a case and cooler  company accomplish in mice business.


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