April fools brings with it a day of pranks, and jokes - and I'm more than ready! Hehehe....
Starting off on the review front, we have the Portable CDRW/DVD-ROM Combo Drive from LG, a PCPower & cooling TurboCool 510 Deluxe PSU from the Mad shrimps, and Tech report is playing around with MSI's new FX5700-VT2DR256. Read on to see why the VT2DR256, combined with NVIDIA's latest nView desktop management software, could be the ultimate consumer-level multimonitor graphics solution. This ain't no joke.... or is it? Bytesector.com tell us they would appreciate a news post about their newest article; "A look at Digital Radios and their future."
The Overclocker Cafe' just posted a brief article on RAID 0 (striping) and what performance benefits it has over a regularly set up drives. Several graphs are there to help illustrate their point. The Gateway 610XL Media Center PC goes under the gun at desgintechnica this morning. "We love the fact that the 610XL simply works as designed and
looks great while doing so." Mr. Pimprig has posted a review on a limited edition aluminum cube case from MountainMods which is the basis for an indepth project as well. "This machine was 6 months in making and planned to the "T". It is dubbed the G3 (G-Cubed) which is short for GlitterKill's Glitter-Gloom."
The brand spanking new Gigabyte GV-R96X128D Radeon 9600XT Video Card would be a perfect April Fools day present don't you think? Thermaltake's XaserV WinGo V7000D is reviewed by TheTechLounge, while on the other side of the fence the Nu Tech DDW-081 8x DVD Burner hits the benchmarks hard.
It's funny, with all the news email's PCstats receives each day (a few hundred) you'd think we would never heard about the same product twice. Not so, I'm getting pretty tired of the flood of SilverStone case reviews... so blame this one on Myworldhardware.