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Hardware Roundup: Monday Edition

Category: Video Cards, Cases, Memory, Power Supplies, Mobile, Gaming, Monitors, Software, Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: November 12, 2007 01:08PM
Author: kingdingeling


Today we have a lot of reviews around the net, ranging from CPUs to Video Cards with pretty much everything in between. Lets start with the 3DGameMan, who is reviewing the Aeneon XTUNE DDR3-1333 Memory today. Next, ThinkComputers has the Meizu M6 Mini Player up for reviewing, which is a neat alterantive to the iPod. They also have a review on the QNAP TS-109 Pro All-in-one NAS Server, a nice addition to home networks with a constant demand for storage. The Virtual-Hideout is giving us a nice Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Overview, showing how COD4 is a worthy successor of the Call of Duty series. TechARP has two articles for us today, one is a review of the Samsung SGH-F500 Ultra Video Mobile Phone, the other examines the NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT Graphics Card. To view the images your graphics card spits out, you might consider the Hanns.G HW223DP 22" Widescreen LCD monitor, which is on the test bench at Accelenation. The OverClockers Cafe is looking at the Tuniq Ensemble 1200W PSU today, with which Tuniq is trying to make the jump into the higher-end PSU market. Madshrimps is testing the Pantone huey Monitor Color Correction-Calibrator, a tool that exists because not everyone perceives colour the same. Further, they have posted a 20-inch LCD comparison of the Samsung 204B and the H20 20.1. The [OC]ModShop is looking inside the Sony VAIO VGP-XL1B3 Media Changer for us today, a new type of extra storage. TechGage posted a recap of the 30th AsylumLAN. TweakNews on the other hand is looking at the Zalman Z-Machine GT1000 High End Gaming Enclosure, a great case for which you however have to pay top dollars. TweakTown has got their hands on one of the new 45nm Intel Penryn cores, namely the QX9650. [H]ardOCP took a closer look at a DX10 game, this time being Lord of the Rings Online. PCStats posted an article about the most common ways to kill a PC, something the 'noobs' should read before getting too far into the enthusiast world of computers. Last but not least, Motherboards.org is having a vote on people's favorite video card company.

- Aeneon XTUNE DDR3-1333 Memory Review @ 3DGameMan
- Meizu M6 Mini Player Review @ ThinkComputers
- QNAP TS-109 Pro All-in-one NAS Server Review @ ThinkComputers
- Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Overview @ Virtual-Hideout
- NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT Graphics Card Review @ TechARP
- Samsung SGH-F500 Ultra Video Mobile Phone Review @ TechARP
- HANNS.G HW223DP 22-inch Widescreen LCD Review @ Accelenation
- Tuniq Ensemble 1200w PSU Review @ OverClockers Cafe
- Pantone huey Monitor Color Correction-Calibrator Review @ Madshrimps
- 20inch LCD Comparison: H20 20.1 & Samsung 204B @ Madshrimps
- Inside the Sony VAIO VGP-XL1B3 Media Changer @ [OC]ModShop
- AsylumLAN 30 Recap @ TechGage
- Zalman Z-Machine GT1000 High End Gaming Enclosure Review @ TweakNews
- Intel Core 2 Evolves QX9650 45nm Penryn Review @ TweakTown
- DX10 Fails AGAIN! Lord of the Rings Online Pretty, But Slow as a Dog @ [H]ardOCP
- Beginners Guides: Most Common Ways to Kill a PC @ PCStats
- Vote For Your Favorite Video Card Company @ Motherboards.org


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