|More Thursday News and Reviews
Thursday, 10-July-2003 15:39:19 (GMT +10) - by Gibbon
A little more news, then some reviews!
Feel like your net connection is a bit tired and sluggish? Would 8609Mbps be better? GeeJay sent in this interesting story on "Fast TCP". I want. Now.
For those water coolers amongst us, OCAddiction have had a look at the CritiCool PowerPlant, a nifty little PCI-card-relay used to turn pumps on and off with your system.
X-bit labs have published a comparo of four chipsets for 200MHz FSB AthlonXP CPUs - NVIDIA nForce2 Ultra 400, NVIDIA nForce2 400, SiS748 and VIA KT600. Interesting read.
Stmok sent in a link to news of Microsoft developing it's own virus scanner. I'm surprised it's taken this long, personally.
A couple of interesting eBay auctions ... some Charlie's Angels signed stools (they're seats thankfully, I checked). Proceeds from that one go to Children's Cancer Institute Australia, definitely a highly worthy cause. On a slightly less serious note, if you'd prefer to own a bit of The King (literally) and have a lot of spare cash laying about, look here .... or, you could give me the money and I could send you something very similar. Thanks k00k.
On with the reviews!
Abit IC7-G i875P P4 DDR video review on 3dGameMan
Kingston PC3500 HyperX DDR on pcstats
Albatron GeForce FX5600P Turbo on Technoyard
Gigabyte ATI Radeon 9800 Pro on Envy News
MSI NBox N5900 ULTRA on HardwareZone
Optorite DVD+/-RW drive on cdrinfo
UV Reactive Acrylic Case on GruntvillE
Some quiet feet called ummm, QuietFeet on Big Bruin
Thermaltake K7 Volcano 11+ Xaser Edition HSF on ohls-place.com
Lamps Electronics Spiral CCFL Fan Grill on GideonTech
Enermax Whisper EG465P-VE FC Power Supply on Envy News
X-Dreamer Mid Tower Case on Virtual-Hideout
Shuttle SB61G2 i856G P4 DDR based XPC on nordichardware
Sony SDM-HS73 17" LCD monitor on Designtechnica
Palm Zire 71 PDA on Techbits
IceMat Mouse Surface on Viper Lair
Altec Lansing XA3051 Surround Speaker System on Tweaknews
Apple 17" PowerBook G4 on The Tech Zone
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