More power. You know you want it. More Hz, more RAM, more sound channels and more pixels pushed to the limit, stroking our hungry eyeballs into a soothing frenzy of hardcore Quake III frag action. And to support all this, you want more Watts, of course. Because of this inevitable sequence of events, we are all familiar with Enermax, which has long been known in the computer world for their reliable, fan speed self-regulating and serious Watts dispensing power supplies which give you bang for your buck whenever it counts, without sounding like a hurricane in heat.
The NF7-S offers mediocre performance when compared with other nF2 boards, especially with Epox 8DRA+ and Asus A7N8X. However, it is the first stock nF2 board (in our bench) that can make it to 203 MHz FSB. (Mostly due to chipset voltage adjustment) One last note, Abit could be smarter with the positioning of the IDE and 3 pin fan connectors
My testing ground came in the form of playing several hours of Serious Sam: Second Encounter. I tried the Mouse Wax on 2 different types of mice. A Belkin USB 2 button scroll wheel ball mouse, and a Logitech 2 button scroll wheel optical mouse. I also used 3 different mousing surfaces. A regular foam rubber with cloth surface type, a soft fine cell pad (provided as a freebie from my ISP, not the best fine cell but it works well for mousing), and because the brochure said I could, a bare desktop with no pad
Altec Lansing 5100 Enhanced 5.1 Speaker System Video Review
The Altec Lansing 5100 Enhanced Speaker System has all the style, quality and performance you come to expect from Altec Lansing. This product can be used with computer systems, gaming consoles, portable players and more. Also, the handy remote allows easy control over the system and is very well laid out. Watch the Video to find out more.