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Processors, Chipsets

Advanced Micron Devices launched its new family of central processing units branded “Sempron” today. The products are aimed at value market and are straightly opposed to the recently unveiled Intel Celeron D chips. Currently the new “Sempron” processor boast clock-speeds from 1500MHz up to 2000MHz, 333MHz processor system bus and 256KB of L2 cache. Want to check their performance? Here we go:

Graphics Cards

ATI Technologies has unveiled its new graphics processor intended for portable computers. The graphics chip features twice higher number of pixel pipelines and twice wider memory bus compared to previous-generation of mobile graphics processing units. To find out more about the novelty visit the following web-sites:

It has been almost three years since some companies begun to offer graphics cards with standard water-cooling solutions, but only about three months ago it emerged that water-cooling may be treated as a more or less cost-effective for high-end products. [H]ard|OCP takes a look on such GeForce 6800 Ultra product from BFG Technology that comes with water block along with 470MHz GPU frequency.

Modding, PSUs, etc

[M]adshrimps has posted a relatively unusual review about a product from QuietPC. AcoustiCase 6607B will help you to decrease the unwanted sounds from HDD, fans and different vibrations. has reviewed a yet another fan-less power supply unit aimed to reduce the amount of noises coming out from your PC box. This time it is Silverstone SST-30NF 300W PSU, which is quiet, but pretty low-power solution these days.

Mobile devises has reviewed the Frontier Labs NEX KUBE. This is an attractive, versatile MP3 player with fast USB 2.0 connection as well as standard CompactFlash memory card.

Rio Karma digital audio player has been reviewed at TrustedReviews. This jukebox features 20GB of free space, a Lithium-Ion battery that may provide up to 15 hours of playback time and an two options for transferring music or data: USB and Ethernet ports.

In the modern world digital information and data is everywhere so it is becoming vitally necessary to transfer larger and larger amounts of data  all the time. Such devices as Kingston DataTraveler 2.0 that has been reviewed by is a product that may help those who need compact and fast drive at hand. USB 2.0 and 1GB of memory are not just for show.


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