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Computex 2007 Continued (0 Comments) (link)
 Sunday, 10-June-2007  20:05:47 (GMT +10) - by Rational

P35 supports PCI-Express 2.0 at Bit-Tech
Gigabyte's X38 boards look promising at Bit-Tech
ThermalRight demos heatsink chassis at Bit-Tech
Kingston already has DDR3 SO-DIMMs at Bit-Tech
Corsair breaks 2GHz barrier with DDR3 at Bit-Tech
Intel's X38 "BoneTrail" mobo pictured at Bit-Tech
When will we have enough Wattage? at Bit-Tech
Abit MAXes out its IX38 at Bit-Tech
TeamGroup makes fast(er) memory at Bit-Tech
Tubes are back & custom XPCs crop up at Bit-Tech
NanoBook UMD notebook at TechReport
Mobile Internet Device prototypes at TechReport
Corsair has cranked DDR3 memory up to 2000MHz at TechReport
Gigabyte motherboard durability features at TechReport
SilverStone's Grandia GD02 a sure-fire HTPC hit at Hexus
Sparkle GeForce 8500 outfitted with PCI interface (yes; old PCI) at Hexus
iEi's 2560x2048 panel makes Dell 3007WFP wince at Hexus
Cooler Master's 1250W PSU unfazed by quad-SLI and 6-core CPU setup at Hexus
Cooler Master's Sphere heatsink blows away the competition at Hexus
Lian-Li liberally sprinkles PC60 chassis with lots of expensive copper at Hexus
Lian-Li to release huge new chassis for EATX mobos at Hexus
Transcend those memory and portable storage barriers at Hexus
Only DDR3 SODIMM at the show? at Hexus
OCZ shows off water proof USB drive at Tweaktown
Galaxy has 8600 and 8500 GE at Tweaktown
Seasonic S12 II with solid capacitors at Tweaktown
In Win got stylish case for the ladies at Tweaktown
Leadtek has Leviathan SLI at Tweaktown
Scythe goes silly with 30cm CPU cooling at Tweaktown
Winchip enters memory market with bang at Tweaktown
Final booth babes for Computex 2007 at Tweaktown
Thermalright water cool Xbox 360 and PS3 at Tweaktown
MSI Luxium T -- External Graphics at Tweaktown



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