Sunbeam Tansformer Case, Mushkin PC4400, and more!
Good afternoon folks, it's time for another update. I'm a little short on time at the moment, so please forgive the lack of conversation as I get straight to the news. Legit Reviews has sent us their article for the XFX 6600GT PCI-E, so if your looking for more on that card, make sure to also check out Jeff's review of the 6600GT PCI-E. Enjoy!
"The Buyer's Guide is going to take a look at some of the many 17" LCD display out there so as to help consumers learn a little bit and get a point to start from. The selection of 17" LCDs is almost unlimited so this is easier said than done, but if you know what you are looking for its not as daunting a task as it may seem."
"The card itself is built upon an attractive blue PCB and looks like your typical PCI-E video card. Something I noticed was how "clean" or uncluttered this card is. The 6600GT core runs at 500MHz, so no special cooling is needed. You should also be able to make out the lack of a 4 pin power connector. Pretty sweet card with a very clean and simple layout..."
"It is hard to imagine that once computer cases were all beige and dull. Today you actually have to look hard for a beige case, and most cases now have one or more cool feature that makes it stand out. The case I'm reviewing today makes you think of the old Transformer comic, and it is no surprise that the name reflects this – the SunBeam Transformer"
"With Winbond Labs ending fabrication of their now legendary BH-5/6 ram, a void was felt in the overclocking world. There is a community that craves low latency and extreme overclocking headroom. We will be exploring whether or not this void has finally been filled by OCZ's Ram featuring Samsung TCCD chips and Brainpower's PCB."
"Hang on to your seatbelts as we take a look at the new PC4400 memory from Mushkin, the specs for this memory is DDR 550 with a CAS rating of CAS 2.5-4-4-8. We benchmarked the daylights out of these modules and were totally in awe of the results."