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Tuesday News part 3

Posted on Tuesday, June 03 2003 @ 16:05:11 CEST by

A4 Tech KBS-2548RP wireless keyboard and mouse
The keyboard features 'A' shaped buttons; A4 Tech regards this as their health bonus. The reason for that is the way we align our hands on the keyboard. By adjusting the button layout to match your hand positioning, you get a much more comfortable typing experience
Review Link : Gamershell

TwinMOS Dual Channel PC3200 DDR RAM
TwinMOS has been around since 1998. Their goal, is to "create value through professionalism." Today, we will be testing out their PC3200 Dual Channel memory kit. Dual Channel is the latest hype in the industry and does show a nice performance gain versus a single 64 bit memory controller. This memory is rated at 400 MHz DDR at CAS 2.5. We will show you just how high the memory overclocks as well as how it performs on our ABIT IS7 (865PE).

Review Link : EOC

Kingston HyperX PC3500 CL2 DDR
A few weeks back we took a look at Kingston's First incarnation of the HyperX 3500, and the single stick performed very well. Kingston answered back with a Lower Latency line of the HyperX, and today we are going to look at the PC3500 CL2. Two of them to be exact, to see how they play in Dual Channel mode with the ABIT NF7-S v2. If the first batch of the HyperX series are an indicator if what the Low Latency sticks can do, then we should see a nice improvement in the performance of the memory

Review Link : OCA



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