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Tuesday News part 2

Posted on Tuesday, March 04 2003 @ 14:31:06 CET by



Nokia 7210 Mobile Phone
The Nokia 7210 tri-band phone operates in three networks - EGSM 900 and GSM 1800/1900 - providing coverage on five continents. The Nokia 7210 phone is one of the first to have a Pop-Portâ„¢ interface connector. It supports advanced functionalities, such as digital enhancement identification, stereo audio, and fast data connectivity.


Review Link : Modtown


Gainward Ultra/750-8X XP (Ti4800SE)
I must admit the Gainward Ti4800SE surprised me by reaching 330mhz core and 690mhz with ease. At first, I doubted the "stock" looking heatsink only later to find that this card would overclock to beat all the Geforce Ti4600's and 4800's that we have looked at!...
Review Link : Legitreviews


AutoDeletePro UV Reactive Fans Review
Black light, or UV, has become increasingly popular in case lighting. Some of the earlier UV reactive fans I have seen weren't very bright. Now things have changed. These UV Fans from AutoDeletePro are raising the bar and keeping it high for looks and UV reactivity. Another interesting point is the power and RPM connection.


Review Link : ExtensionTech


1gb PC2700EL Dual Channel DDR Kit Review
OCZ Technology has been in the computer enthusiasts sector for quite some time by manufacturing modules with the Overclocker in mind. Wanting to test every available overclocking memory possible, Club Overclocker brings to the bench a couple of the latest OCZ PC2700EL DDR sticks. The "kit" contains a pair of matched memory sticks for use in dual channel mode at PC2700 speeds, but with a low latency for higher speed than your typical PC2700 modules. Specified as "EL" (enhanced latency) modules, the dual channel kit has been optimized to provide a full 1024mb of ram at a 333MHz memory speed, even at aggressive memory timings.
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