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Short-Media on ATI's broken Cat 3.8 Drivers...

The controversy continues over ATI Catalyst 3.8 drivers allegedly causing hardware issues. ATI has stated “we have spent a great deal of time trying to reproduce this problem and analyzing our driver code. There is nothing in our driver code that has changed since CAT 3.7 to CAT 3.8 that could possibly cause this behaviour. We believe that our drivers are not causing these alleged problems.

TweakNews has the Highpoint Rocketheat100 Serial ATA Converter and stuff...

Several weeks ago, I picked up two 120GB Western Digital HDDs… the 8MB cache specials. My plan was to span them and use them for storage. My wife remarked that there is such a thing as too much storage space.

Creative Mods has a HDD Mod guide.

Putting a window on the top of your case is a common mod to do. the only problem is that there is usually not much to look at. To spiff things up a little, try this hard drive mod and learn how to put a window on the top of your hard drive.

The CoolerMaster Jet 7 makes its way to GruntvillE.

Some of you may be looking at the Jet 7 and thinking that it looks vaguely similar to the Aero 7+ that I reviewed back in July. The Jet 7 basically builds upon the standards set in place by it older brother. Cooler Master took the feedback they got from the Aero line of coolers and went back to the drawing board to make revisions in what we hope will ultimately result in a better cooling package for the user.

AseLabs busts out a review on the iRock! 830 MP3 Player...

Take a quick peek in your nearest CompUSA or Best Buy: other than the disturbing amount of hunting and street racing games being sold, notice any other trends? No, I'm not alluding to the growing number of mousepads with kittens printed on them: I'm talking portable mp3 players - every color, every shape, everywhere! I'd say that, by my precise calculations, there are at least 46 million different models to choose from right now, from almost as many companies. From the popular-yet-overpriced Apple I-Pod, to the key chain-styled offerings from I-River, there's one for everyone. For this article, I'll be giving you the skinny on the 128mb-equipped model 830 player from the good folks at "iRock!"

And finally Hardware Pacers has the X-Micro WLAN PCMCIA Card for us today.

As we enter into a wireless era, we begin looking for different ways to connect to the Internet. For mobile users, most current laptops have some kind of built in WLAN capability or a PC Card slot for WLAN cards. For desktop users, it was never as easy to connect to a WLAN since it was required to open up a computer. X-micro came up with a way to have access to a WLAN with almost one step, by inserting the WLAN Card into any PCMCIA slot, that applies to any laptop user. Now we can enjoy the internet around the house without making holes in the walls for the famous RJ45 cable.


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