Hardware Roundup: Saturday Edition
It's the weekend, so kick back, grab your morning coffee and join us on our roundup of affiliate reviews from around the web. Nvidia 9600GT cards based on the G94 architecture continue to show up. Today's entry is the factory-overclocked ECS GeForce 9600GT Accelero 512MB at TweakTown. You may have already deduced from the name that this card features a the Arctic Cooling Accelero S2 passive cooler which manages to render the SLI connector unusable due to its massive size. With flash memory prices continuing to fall, putting a multi-gigabyte USB drive in your pocket is no longer out of reach for just about anyone. Legit Reviews checks out the Kingston DataTraveler 400 2GB USB Flash Drive with it's included privacy and data syncing software. 3dGameMan has posted a video review of the Cooler Master Cosmos S Case and this case looks even classier in the video than some of the previous pictures I've seen. Tech ARP takes a tour of Team Fortress 2 and also posted an update to its Mobile CPU Comparison Guide. Also in the gaming realm we get treated to a Advance Wars: Days of Ruin Walkthrough from OCModShop. You may not be familiar with Auras Technologies as a company as they've previously focused their efforts mostly as an OEM supplier to the likes of Dell, IBM, Gateway and Acer to name a few. TweakTown look at one of their first forays into the consumer market, the Auras TwinW (SMF-660) CPU Cooler. This cooler sandwiches a 92mm cooling fan between two sets of aluminum fins, a design we've seen used be other manufacturers such as Scythe.