This thing is very cool and I'd love to play with one of these! Hardware Zone
shows off the Gigabyte
i-RAM, those of you who want a RAMdrive look no further! Extreme MHz shows
off the Logisys
EL Office Pro keyboard, I guess it's alright although I'm not a fan of Logisys.
A bit too shiny for me but Hardware-Review shows off the Silverstone
SST-TJ05 B-X case. this should be a decent budget card, The Tech Zone reviews
The new Sapphire Radeon X550 represents an affordable graphics upgrade for
the gamer who wants performance at a price that won't break the bank. The new
video card operates with a standard core clock speed of 400MHz and memory speeds
of 500MHz. The X550 also feature both 64-bit and 128-bit Memory Interface which
provides significant performance advantages over competitors 32/64-bit
solutions. Several models will be available offering a choice of memory configurations
with 128 or 256MB of memory, including versions with enhanced memory specifications
suitable for overclocking and with a choice of conventional fan or fully passive
cooling, like our review sample.
Here is a nice HSF, Virtual Hideout reviews the Zalman
7000B-Cu LED cooler. InsaneTek wraps things up with its Patriot
PDC2G3200LLK PC3200 2GB memory modules.