PureOverclock looks at the eVGA
7900GT KO Superclocked videocard and it's very darn sweet. DragonSteel Mods
plays around wit the new ICY
DOCK Modiflash 722 Removable HDD enclosure. ThinkComputers reviews the HT
Omega Striker 7.1 soundcard, it's different from the regular soundcards
on the market and uses a C-Media chipset.
Today for review we will be looking at the new HT Omega Striker 7.1 sound
card. HT Omega first showed its new Striker 7.1 sound card via C-Media's booth
at this year's Computex Tradeshow in Taipei. The Striker 7.1 appears to be HT
Omega's first product in the sound card market. Until I was offered this review
I had never heard of HT Omega so I did some research online and I discovered
that HT Omega was a US based company operating out of California and their engineers
have been designing soundcards for the past five years. Their website says they
have their own dedicated research and development division and they specialize
in professional audio components. The Striker 7.1 sound card is their initial
offering into the consumer PC audio market and it is based on Dolby Digital
and DTS Technologies.
This is a pretty sweet camera, Techgage
shows off the Nikon Coolpix S6 and finally OverclockersOnline looks at a set
Corsair Twin2X 2048-8500C5.