Hardware Roundup: Friday Edition
Time for another spin around the web. Yesterday we were treated to a look at VIA's new Centaur technology and today we're back with more. First we have VIA Isaiah Processor Architecture Preview - Low Power CPU from PC Perspective. [H]ardocp returns with Centaur Technology Tour in Pictures with a look at the Centaur offices in Texas. The Styx Gaming Mouse may not do for you what the river by that name did for Achilles but RBMods gives us a chance to check it out. If you love your current mouse but it's looking a little worn, then head on over to Tech ARP for some advice from their Logitech MX510 Paint Mod Guide. Gaming seems to be the focus of a lot of hardware these days and Sapphire's Ultimate HD 3850 and Atomic HD 3870 from HotHardware affords us another look at the recent AMD/ATI cards. Neoseeker publishes a look at Core 2 Duo Scaling in Gaming. Aeneon is a new line of memory products being offered by Qimonda. While that name that might not be familiar to a lot of folks, you'll find their chips in a lot of applications including some of the best performing video cards. Today Bjorn3d reviews the Aeneon Xtune DDR3-1333. Also in the memory/storage department we have the Super Talent Pico A 2GB Flash Drive at ExtremeMHz. Raidmax is well-known for their cases. Find out why ThinkComputers says the Sagitta 2 PC Case isn't your typical gaming case. In the gadgets arena we found the CoolIT Beverage Chiller at Overclockers Online and the iSkin Revo & Revo Clip for Apple iPhone at Legit Reviews.