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Processors

Belgian web-site Material.be has posted a huge comparison of central processing units that contains all the latest chips from Intel and AMD, including AMD Athlon 64, AMD Athlon XP, AMD Sempron, Intel Celeron and Intel Pentium 4, 40 chips in total. The products were benchmarked using wide range of applications, including games and synthetic benchmarks.

Tom’s Hardware Guide has posted an article covering PowerLeap’s latest offering. PowerLeap specializes on all technically feasible adapter solutions for running new processors on old systems. This time you can find out how to breathe a new life into an old Socket 423 mainboard with an Intel Pentium 4 microprocessor for Socket 478.

Graphics cards

A couple of websites have almost simultaneously posted an article about ATI RADEON X600 XT-based graphics cards. If you are looking for a mainstream solution for your PCI Express x16 platform with VIVO capability, consider HIS’s Excalibur X600XT VIVO Limeted Edition graphics card which has been reviewed at Viperlair.com and Guru of 3D.

PCStats.com has reviewed a product of the new spawn of low-end graphics card solutions. PowerColor’s RADEON 9250 graphics card delivers great 2D image quality, DVI port and S-Vidio out feature. Although surly not been the gamers choice, this small graphics card does its job best in an office aimed PC.

3DCenter.org has posted some information on the Doom III performance numbers of NVIDIA’s GeForce 6600GT from German print magazine “PC Games”. If you cannot wait to learn all the pros and cons of NVIDIA’s latest offering, click here.

Mobile devises

AnandTech has reviewed Acer Aspire 3030 desktop replacement notebook. Powered by Intel Pentium M 745 processor clocked at 1.80GHz, 512MB of PC2700 memory as well as ATI’s MOBILITY RADEON 9700 PRO, this DTR solution will definitely perform all tasks superbly.

TrustedReviews has posted an article about HP iPAQ rx3715 Pocket PC. This personal digital assistant is equipped with Photosmart digital camera capable of shooting stills and videos. In order to store your data HP has incorporated 152MB of memory and if there is ever the need to share your data, then WiFi and Bluetooth are also there ready to be used.

Modding

Bjorn3D.com has reviewed Thermaltake Venus 12 K8 cooler. This cooling solution designed to cool down AMD Athlon 64 microprocessors, weights 790 grams, is equipped with the 80mm triple-blade fan and 73 copper fins. But is it enough to cool down a powerful AMD64 chip?

MadShrimps.be has reviewed a yet another way to mod your PC. The AC Ryan Backy line of products will allow you to have a spare Molex connector outside your case. This truly hardcore modder aimed product comes in different set of connectors. Read on to find out more.

Optical Drive

ExtremeMhz has taken a look at NEC ND-3500A double layer writer. This device is capable of recording DVD±R disks at 16x, DVD±RW discs at 4x, DVD+R DL (Dual Layer) at 4x, CD-R discs at 32x, CD-RW discs at 24x and also read DVD-ROM and CD-ROM discs at 16x and 40x speeds respectively. Find out more about a yet another 16x DVD burner.

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