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Hardware Roundup: Friday Edition

Category: Affiliate News
Posted: 06:07AM

The end of the work week is upon us and we have some affiliate reviews to get your day started.  Portable or external storage is always a good way to handle ever-growing storage needs as well as offering a good destination for backing up important data files.  USB 2.0 has a theoretical speed of 480 Mb/s but in reality is much slower.  Another option is to use an eSATA connection.  Virtual-Hideout reviews the Rosewill RX81-MP 3.5" e-SATA Enclosure and reveals how big a difference eSATA makes.  3dGameMan has a video review of the Gigabyte Poseidon 310 Case for your viewing pleasure.  TweakTown has a look at AMD's recently released updated video drivers in its ATI Catalyst 8.2 Analysis - XP & Vista.  If you are a first person shooter gaming fan and it seems as if you've been fighting WWII for longer than the actual conflict took there's hope for you out there.   Bona Fide Reviews answers the call and leads us on a tour of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.  Switching back to the hardware side, there are a couple of reviews on DDR3 memory to look at today.  With prices still significantly above DDR2 kits, just what do these modules have to offer?  ThinkComputers starts us off with the Kingston HyperX DDR3-1375 2GB Memory Kit.  Next you can check out the slightly less expensive Super Talent Project X DDR3-1800.  While the Wireless N specifications are officially still in the draft stage, manufacturers haven't hesitated to release products based on that standard.  The TRENDnet TEW-633GR Wireless N Gigabit Router at Techgage is one such offering that combines faster wireless speeds with four wired gigabit LAN ports.  So what are you waiting for?  Start reading already!

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