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Memory Modules

AnandTech has reviewed a brand new high-end dual-channel memory module kit from Buffalo Technology based on Hynix B revision memory chips. The new Buffalo FireStix PC4000 is able to operate at 500MHz speed with 3-4-4 latency settings. Buffalo is pretty well-known maker of memory, however, throughout the most recent years it has been shaded by companies like Corsair, OCZ and some others. Find out whether Buffalo is still a terrific memory maker.

Graphics cards

Tom’s Hardware Guide has reviewed HIS’s lineup of high-end graphics cards based on ATI’s latest RADEON X800 VPUs. The Excalibur X800 Pro IceQ II VIVO as well as Excalibur X800 XT LE IceQ II VIVO graphics cards are equipped with a huge cooling solution, which is a business card of HIS as a graphics card maker. If you are afraid that the reference cooling would not be enough for the RADEON X800, then you should definitely take a close look at HIS’s offerings.

Storage

Overclockers.com continues to acquaint us with different hard disk drive enclosures. This time the Vantec NST-350U2 3.5 is in the spotlight. Supporting the USB 2.0, USB 1.1 and Firewire (IEEE 1394) as an option, as well as boasting with aluminum covers to reduce heat, this Vantec’s product may be a yet another option for your external drive.

Optical drives

Optorite DD1203 Dual DVD±RW 12x recorder has been reviewed at ExtremeMhz.com. Featuring fast DVD and CDR write speeds and support for HD-Burn Technology which offers capability of writing up to 1.40GB of data onto a 700MB CD-R disk, this drive may be the one you have been looking for.

Displays

PCWorld.com has put up a chart comparing an array of LCD monitors. The price of 19” LCDs starts from $599 and climbs up to $899.

Modding, PSUs, etc

[M]adshrimps has taken a look at Xice ExternalCool EC900 water cooling kit. If you are looking for a water cooling solution for your Socket 478 and your aim is silence, then this particular product is for you.

bit-tech has reviewed GlobalWin Leleel 450 power supply unit. 450W, little vibration rattle and good internal acoustic shielding as well as two native Serial ATA-150 connectors form an offering that is hard to refuse. For those who love that “tech look” there are two “windows” right on the PSU that allows to see all the insides./

Cooler Master has been well known among case manufactures quite for some time now. Today Viperlair.com is proud to present us yet another case made by this well known company. Cooler Maker Stacker STC-T01 has all that you can expect from a top-end case. Supporting BTX and ATX form-factors, an option to install second PSU – those are only the main features of this case. Want to know more? Read it here.

It is quite natural that more and more components are being transferred to wireless connections. Neoseeker has taken a look at Bluetake BT210/BT007x USB printer adapter, which works via Bluetooth and reduces the amount of cables under your desk.

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