Corsair XMS Xpert, ATi Radeon X800 XL, and more!
Hello and good evening folks :) Looks like we got a decent storm today, everything has a coating of ice on it. Will it last? Probably not, I hear it's supposed to warm up early next week. I love these freak winters... and I also love tech news, and so don't you, so let's get to it.
"The CoolDrive 5. Sporting two color changing analog dials and a 40mm cooling fan, this 5.25" bay device is certainly cool in both senses of the word. I'll put it through its paces and make sure it's worth your dollars...so on with the review!"
"You better believe it! Corsair pulls out all the stops and has already launched their first product for 2005! We take a look at the modules and see what all makes these Xpert modules different from the Pro series...."
"The SanDisk 256MB Cruzer Micro is nothing more than a USB thumb drive however SanDisk has also created the MP3 Companion turning this 256MB of storage into an MP3 Player."
"The USA MSRP (manufacturer's suggested retail price) for X800 XL is $299, down from the $349 ATI quoted on X850 XT PE's launch. Undercutting NVIDIA's MSRP for the X800 XL's likely competitor, GeForce 6800 GT, by some $100, X800 XL has price definitely in its favour if the MSRPs translate well into retail pricing."
"Socket 775 has given the troubled Prescott Pentium4 a much needed shot in the arm. With better voltage regulation and a new socket interface, we have hope this will cure what ails the Prescott CPU. Today we look at two viable alternatives for those looking to get into socket 775, without having to sell of a kidney to finance the transition."