Tom’s Hardware Guide has reviewed
AnandTech has posted an article covering all the modern consumers’ graphics processors. The article contains information about GPU code names, product names, GPU and memory clocks, number of transistors and manufacturing processes used to produce those chips, supported DirectX versions, etc. Reckon the history and learn the near future of the graphics processors from ATI and NVIDIA.
Despite of not being the most highly-anticipated graphics processor of the year, the NV43, also known as the GeForce 6600, delivers just everything you would expect from a mainstream graphics card with some proof for the future: powerful architecture, support for Shader Model 3.0 and great thermal and power consumption characteristics. Below has been listed quite a number of web-site which have posted articles covering GeForce 6600 GT graphics card. This is more than enough evidence that shows the huge interest for this product.
- Gamer’s Depot.com
- The Guru of 3D
- nV News
- The Tech Report
- Tom’s Hardware Guide
- X-bit labs – Theory
- X-bit labs - Gaming performance
- X-bit labs – Extreme overclocking
TweakTown has reviewed VisionTek’s Xtreme2 1GB USB GO drive. If you have been thinking about picking up a small, USB powered thumb drive, with 8MB/s transfer speed and storage sizes available up to 1GB, the
Tom’s Hardware Guide has taken a look at the Cooler Master Real Power RS-450ACLY power supply unit. This 450W PSU is equipped with a low noise, temperature-regulated 120mm fan. The specific feature of this product is a small plastic box, which can be installed into an idle 3.5inch bay. This box contains an analog display showing the current performance status.
Modthebox.com has reviewed Zalman Reserator 1 fanless water cooling solution. Beautiful design, fantastic silent operations provided by the use of the passive cooling technology and the support of a wide variety of platforms via universal clipping mechanism.
ClubOC has taken a look at quite a unique product from Matrix Orbital called the MX412 digital interface display. Not only does it give you the looks of a cold cathode but it can monitor such things as your WinAMP playlist, mainboard monitor, and assorted others so long as you have the plug-in.
TrustedReviews has taken a look at the Dell Inspirion 9100 gaming notebook. This latest Dell product is aimed at the hardcore gamers who would like to see their ultimate gaming PC in the DTR form-factor. This devise is power by Intel’s Pentium 4 microprocessor clocked at 3.40GHz, 1GB of PC3200 DDR SDRAM memory, as well as recently released MOBILITY RADEON 9800 graphics card with 256MB of video memory and a 15.4 widescreen display. Both gamers and office users may find useful the ultra high native resolution of 1920x1200.