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Hardware Roundup: Tuesday Edition

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Posted: 04:29AM

It hasn't taken very long for solid state drives to reach the point where most mainstream memory manufacturers now offer some form of the device. Today's roundup includes reviews on offerings from G. Skill and Kingston. The next logical extension of the solid state drive is the use of DDR RAM in place of flash memory. While price and capacity are still issues with flash-based SSDs, the same constraint is even more applicable to DDR RAM-based drives. The solid state drive from DDRdrive is limited to 4GB but puts up some impressive numbers. Our roundup also includes several videocard reviews along with several others covering cases, memory, mousepads and more.

AZZA Fantom 900 ATX Midi Tower Case @ TweakTown
Silverstone SG03 Sugo SFF Small Form Factor Case @ Tweaknews

Kingston MobileLite 9-in-1 Reader @ ThinkComputers

Patriot EP 8GB DDR2 800 @ Bjorn3D

QPAD XTR @ XSReviews

Storage/Hard Drives
DDRdrive hits the ground running - PCI-E RAM-based SSD @ PC Perspective
Kingston 80GB SSDNow M Series Drive @ Legit Reviews
G.Skill Falcon FM-25S2S-128GBF1 Solid State Disk @ TweakTown

MSI N285GTX Videocard SuperPipe OC @ RBMods
XFX HD 4870 1GB XXX and MSI N260GTX OC3 @ [H]ardOCP
Sparkle Calibre P980 (9800 GT) @ Neoseeker
ASUS Radeon EAH4870X2 Tri-Fan Graphics Card @ TweakTown

An Introduction To AMD Spin-Off Global Foundries @ HotHardware

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