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Posted on Thursday, March 06 2003 @ 13:51:23 CET by

Crucial 6 in 1 memory card reader
The 6-in-1 Memory card reader is available in two different versions; a portable and a standalone. For this review, we're focusing on the standalone product. The Standalone comes in a sleek silver plastic casing (as pictured). There are 4 slots on the front of the device: 1 for Compact Flash/IBM Microdrives, 1 for SD/MMC cards, 1 for Memory Stick cards, and 1 for Smart Media Cards.
Review Link : AMDZone

Belkin 2 KVM switch
Time for another review from Belkin. For some reason their products have always been really good when I've reviewed them. Today I will go indepth into how the 2 port KVM-Switch works. With this switch you can control 2 computers from one keyboard, the monitor and mouse. Lets check this out

Review Link : R&B Mods

ATI Radeon 9800 PRO Review
Today ATI begins releasing it new line of refresh products, including the new high end Radeon 9800 PRO.Beyond3D has had the opportunity to put a Radeon 9800 PRO through it paces and, as usual, we try and explore every nook this board has. We compare it against Radeon 9700 PRO and also clock the 9800 PRO down to Radeon 9700 PRO speeds to see if there are any pipeline improvements beyond the clock speed increase.

"The Hierarchical Z-Buffer scheme ATI employs has been known to increase the rendering speed and efficiency significantly, yet it was disabled when certain stencil operations were carried out in an application, thus lowering the performance. R350's Hierarchical Z-Buffer has been altered to take this into account and should provide a faster stencils rendering path - important for titles such as DoomIII."
Review Link : Beyond3D

Logitech Z-680 5.1 Speakers Review
Well I started it out with the effect on Stereo with the PCs. I found no major audible difference between the two computers but it was obvious that the nForce 2 sounded better. Man does that sax sound good on Dave Mathew’s “So Much to Say!” I was absolutely floored at the response at all frequencies. As I mentioned before the sub can rumble deep down into the 20Hz range without losing an unacceptable amount of SPL.

The imaging of this set in stereo was phenomenal! While jamming to “Money” by Pink Floyd I could almost see Dick playing percussion in the middle while David was gracefully floating his vocals in front of him with Rich tapping the keyboard off to the right. Having these speakers set up correctly is a must in Stereo as the imaging is very precise but like any high end audio speaker, the results are well worth it. Chopin made me take a deep breath and kick back and relax. It was as if I was in the hall
Review Link : GruntVillE

ASUS P4SDX SiS 655 Intel Pentium 4 motherboard
For those of you looking for an Intel Pentium 4 motherboard that offers you high-performance and overclocking options with decent features at a reasonable price then you cannot do much better than this ASUS P4SDX SiS 655 chipset motherboard.
Review Link : A1 Electronics

UV Lazer LED PSU Mod
Are you tired of your ordinary metal power supply? The PSU mod is a popular way of decking out the PSU. What else can be done with the PSU? CaseCooler.com boasts that their Lazer LEDs are small enough to fit anywhere, even inside a power supply. Using a PSU mod and Lazer LED would make for captivating internal lighting effects.

Review Link : A True Review



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