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Posted on Tuesday, May 06 2003 @ 15:02:52 CEST by

HP iPAQ Pocket PC h1910
The h1910 is actually an interesting departure in my handlheld upgrade path. In many ways, this PDA isn't so much a performance upgrade as much as a PDA lifestyle change from the older line of iPAQs and the current high end iPAQs (H5450) from Hewlett Packard. Instead of obtaining a PDA that was faster and more feature packed than the H3635, I opted for a model which was smaller, sleeker and in many ways simpler in design and features. HP opted to create a PDA that was a mixed bag of both innovative and cost conscious features.
Review Link : Whining Dog

Albatron KM18G-Pro nForce 2 IGP Motherboard
From the benchmarks above, we can see that the KM18G-Pro is a bit behind in business and multimedia applications. However, it is as fast as its competitors under gaming situations.
Review Link : OCNZ

We have had a handful of the new Canterwood motherboards in house for a number of weeks getting a round-up together. However, with new BIOS's pending and a long list of issues, we are several days away from our main round-up. Although we are still a ways off from our round-up, we have received many e-mails wanting to know if these boards are overclockable with retail cpu's and not with the unlocked ES sample processors we have. Today we break out the retail Intel Pentium 4 2.53B processor and check out how "old" cpu's overclock on the AOpen AX4C MAX....
Review Link : Legit Reviews

Innovatek - Innovaset 2 Water Cooling Kit
When I started water cooling, high flow systems with large radiators, hoses and powerful pumps were my choice to get the lowest possible temps. Full tower cases were needed to fit the components. Now I lean towards smaller, quiet and efficient systems that fit in mid tower cases. That pursuit finally led me to an Innovatek H2O kit.

Review Link : Systemcooling



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