HyperX DDR2 750MHz, But Why Intel?, Zalman CNPS7700-Cu
"Kingston's high-end system memory products are given the HyperX brand. Of course, Kingston offers HyperX products featuring the latest memory technology, DDR2. DDR2 is supported on most of the recently released chipsets and will eventually supplant first generation DDR as the dominant memory type in the PC industry. It is an evolution of the DDR specification that features lower power consumption, higher speeds and better thermal performance."
"For this lifelong Macintosh fanatic, the urge to react to the news that Apple would be making the switch to Intel processors over the course of the next year had to be suppressed for a few weeks. I had to calm my nerves and control various emotional reactions that may have been, well, other than constructive. I hoped to get a sense of how Apple planned to manage the transition and what it could mean in the grand scheme of things. I think I've come to grips with the reality of it, and I think Apple may be giving signs where it is headed. Fortunately for the Mac heads among us, there's no reason to think our favorite company has stopped "thinking different."
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"We recently compared seven dual-core-capable Pentium motherboards, but MSI's P4N Diamond didn't make it to our labs in time for the round-up. That's really a shame, because this board has quite a lot to offer, including NVIDIA's feature-rich nForce4 SLI Intel Edition chipset, auxiliary Serial ATA and Gigabit Ethernet controllers, onboard SoundBlaster Live! 24-bit audio, and an overclocking-ready BIOS. But can it run with the best mobos from Abit, Asus, Gigabyte, and Shuttle have to offer?"