News from OverclockersClub Lots of news today.... the first article is on
the Razer Boomer Speed 2100 Mouse. "In April 2001 we took a look at the Razer BoomSlang 2000, a mouse that had no comparison at the time, and truthfully still doesn’t." Matt Mantel at Overclockers Club takes a look at a Cable Sleeving Kit by Vantec while Bryan McDaniel has written a guide on How-to Dual Boot Windows XP and Fedora Linux. The the Razer Viper Optical Mouse is a good mouse to be sure, but the Chaintech ZNF3-150 ZENITH Motherboard is an even better motherboard. Wait, does that make sense?
Over at the overclockerCafe, Dean is looking at the Sapphire Tech Radeon 9600 XT, Thermaltake Giant III VGA Cooler, H.I.S. Tech Radeon 9600 XT, and probably a few others! Tweaktown's newest guide touches on Simple Antialiasing and Anisotropic Filtering. The boys from OZ also test Chaintech's GeForce FX 5700 Ultra - nVidia's mainstream VGA fighter. With the Athlon 64 gaining momentum as it is, Viperlair take a look at one of the better Socket 754 solutions around as System cooling talk about Cooling The Lian Li PC6077.
VIA PR lets us know that Alienware Selects VIA K8T800 Chipset for Flagship AMD Processor Based Aurora High-Performance Systems.... and in more relevant news, the Wacom Intuos2 Platinum Edition is reviewed by Enscape.
Enscape also have a Guide to Wireless Networking, though their Biostar IDEQ 200T review is also worth checking out.
I prefer shimps with a nice spicy sauce, but Madshimps just like them crazy... hahaha. Okay, lame joke, but that shouldn't stop you from checking out Madshrimps latest reviews; Winter SystemsGuide of 2004, a look at an Athlon XP2000+ up to ~3000Mhz, In-Win's X710 case, and how to heat up the Soldering iron and voltmod!