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Hardware Roundup: Tuesday Edition

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Posted: 06:13AM

Let's get thing rolling with a look at the Thermaltake SwordM VD5000 Chassis at Virtual-Hideout.  The SwordM takes a different approach to the run of the mill chassis design with some unique features.  If you'd like to see a killer mod based on this case you need to check out the AMD Case Mod in the OCC forums.  Now that the Gigabyte GA-X48-DQ6 has been officially released, motherboards.org has the full review and really likes what this board has to offer.  Madshrimps bring us a look at a P35 based board in their review of the ASRock 4Core1600 P35 WiFi+ S775 Motherboard.  This board supports the latest 1600 MHz FSB Intel processors and offers the option of using either DDR2 or DDR3 memory.  Next up we have video cards from both camps today starting with the factory-overclocked MSI Radeon HD 3870 512MB OC from TweakTown.  For those NVIDIA fans who prefer to do their own overclocking, there is the Palit GeForce 8600GT Super+1GB.  So what does all that extra memory get you?  Not much based on what the folks at Techgage discovered.  Next in line are a pair of pre-built systems with two different purposes in life.  HotHardware takes the Systemax Endeavor Workstation out for a spin.  If workstation class hardware is not what you're after, the next system may be of more interest as 3dGameMan has a video review of the Uberclok Reactor Gaming PC.  Legit Reviews listens to the Altec Lansing UHP336 In-Ear Earphones.  For you Xbox 360 aficionados Bjorn3D finds Devil May Cry 4 to have great graphics and game play.  Closing out today's offerings Tech ARP is back with their first upgrade to its Hard Drive Performance Comparison Guide.

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