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Tom’s Hardware Guide has posted an interesting review about ultra low heat dissipation microprocessor from Advanced Micro Devices. Read on to find out how can you transform an AMD Athlon XP microprocessor into a mobile version clocked at about 300MHz and dissipating 4.5Watts of heat. A truly useful underclocking for a machine running a range of application that do not need GHz’s of computing power and ten’s of watts of heat dissipation.

Graphics cards

VR-Zone Hardware has reviewed XFX GeForce 6800 GT graphics card. Although this product is based on the referenced design of NVIDIA’s GeForce 6800 GT graphics card it is still very attractive because of a great bundle that includes a number of games such as Moto GP 2, X2: The Threat, Commandos 3, and of course the Doom III. This graphics card also boasts with good overclockability.

Memory

SilverPCs has posted an article about Kingston’s memory module kits. The chart-like article describes memory starting from PC2700 clocked at 333MHz and climbing up to PC2-5400 clocked at 675MHz. Find out the clock-speeds, special technologies used, features, production process, etc.

Bjorn3D.com has taken a quick look at Corsair TWIN2X1024-5400C4PRO memory module kit. These are among the fastest DDR2 memory on the market at the moment with 675MHz of working frequency and relatively low timings of CL4 4-4-12, so to say. Legendary Corsair’s lifetime warranty, efficient cooling and reliability are all present as always in the high-end products of this well-known memory module kit manufacturer.

Storage

PCStats.com has reviewed Gigabyte GO-U0128B USB hard drive. This mobile storage device delivers 128MB of free flash memory space at extremely small size and with high transferring rate as well as neat blue LED lighted design.

Modding, PSU, etc

ExtensionTech.net has taken a look at NZXT Guardian computer case. This unique case offers a slightly different looks and design compared to the others cases on the market. As all respectable and high-end cases this particular product comes with a number of fans, power supply unit and a tooless design.

ExtremeMHz.com has reviewed Coolermaster Aerogate 3 fan controller. This device supports four fans and monitors all four fans speed (RPM) and their components’ temperatures simultaneously and also delivers an adjustable alarm ranges as well as the looks and design that will not clutter up the front of your machine with knobs and maintain a clean look

Mobile devices

Viperlair.com has reviewed Ultra MP3/128MB USB flash drive. This tiny MP3 player is almost unnoticeable and does not give you the feeling of overweight in your pockets. Despite being ultra small this mobile devise incorporates 128MB of free space data which is more than enough for tens of MP3s.

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