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Tom’s Hardware Guide has taken a look at SOYO KT880 Dragon 2 mainboard built around VIA’s KT880 chipset, VIA’s first and the only core-logic for AMD Athlon XP chips with dual-channel memory controller. The mainboard delivers strong performance and also features advanced capabilities, such as RAID and Gigabit Ethernet. With that said, those who are planning to get a cost-effective AMD Athlon XP or AMD Sempron processor-based system should probably take a look on the review.

Memory has reviewed PQI’s latest PC3200 DDR memory kit. PQI's PC3200 TURBO dual-channel memory module kit can boasts with aggressive, CL2 2-2-5, latency settings, elegant and efficient heat-spreaders as well as traditionally low price.

Overclocker Caf? has posted an article that compares DDR and DDR2 memory in real-world applications. If you want to find out what transition to DDR2 may mean to you, read the review.

Graphics cards

[H]ard|OCP has reviewed BFG Technology GeForce 6800 OC graphics card. This is not a news that NVIDIA’s bottom SKU of the GeForce 6800 lineup delivers good price/performance ratio, however, BFG’s product gives even more: slightly overclocked chip and a free copy of FarCry game.

FiringSquad has taken a sneak peak at the highly-anticipated GeForce 6600 GT graphics card. Although presenting no information or performance figures you may still look at some specifications and photos of this mainstream product aimed at $200 niche.


AnandTech has posted an article covering HDTV overscan compensation feature on ATI’s and NVIDIA’s latest graphics processors. In addition, the article reveals some information about different problems you may encounter when using HDTV along with personal computers as well as approaches to solve them.


Neoseeker has reviewed AOpen’s XC Cube AV edition barebone. This small form factor PC is mainly designed to replace stereo system and/or DVD player additionally providing PC capabilities while avoiding a major issue associated with personal computers – boot-up time.


TrustedReviews has taken a look at Toshiba Portege A100 notebook. Equipped with Intel Pentium M 1.40GHz processor, 256MB of DDR SDRAM memory, 40GB HDD as well as DVD/CD-RW combo drive, this machine is lightweight, stylish and not expensive. This may be a notebook you are looking for.


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