Today is Wednesday, and what is the hardware world talking about? Nvidia. Yup, but there are other products and high tech gear worth discussing, so let's see what is making the rounds tonight. Hard drives are a bit boring, but then again that never stopped HardwareZone from Spamming me about their review of the Fujitsu MHT2060AH (5400RPM). Silent Mike saves us from drudgery, with his tests of Zalman's near silent ZM400B-APS PSU. A64 timings are a hot topic, so Madshimps messes around here; "On an Nforce2 based platform it was proven that that CL2 2-2-5 was not the fastest setting for your ram, in fact CL2 2-2-11
was! But what about the Nforce3 150, the A64 chipset? Is the famous CL2 2-2-5 back? Does Cas Latency influence performance a lot?
Let´s find out."
Today, MBReview.com has posted another motherboard review for your reading pleasure, this time taking a thorough look at the Albatron PX875P Pro. How did the motherboard stand up to stress tests? How well does it overclock? Are there any problems with the motherboard as far as overclocking goes? Over at Spode's Abode, Patrick Beaumont takes a look at the AcoustiFan. Felix Lung reviews the Shuttle SN85G4 barebones system, while Thermaltake send Niko "BigMan" Lupala their Wingo V7000 case for review today. HardwareZone test the amazing AOpen XC Cube EZ65, which PCStats reviews here. News spammer deluxe, John Chan, also reviews the MSI X48 Internal Combo Drive, TDK AID+880NA 8x DVD±RW, and Nikon Coolpix 3200.
In Xbitlabs corner of the world, we have a few articles to tell you about, including; A First Look at ABIT DiGiDice, 17” LCD Monitor Features. Part III, External hard Disk Drives, and Creative Prodikeys DM All-in-One Keyboard.
Sean Gibson tests the Neuros 128MB MP3 Player, C.Crane FM Transmitter and SOCOM II for the PS2. Paul Hayes from Ascully, has the following reviews ready for reading tonight; Memorex Modz Case Modding Accessories, X-Trac Mad Dotz, and the Gamester FPS Master Xbox Controller.