Good Wednesday morning! =D
Bit-Tech reviews the PowerColor
Radeon X1950 Pro SCS3 and it uses a passive heatsink. TrustedReviews looks
at the Samsung
GX-10 Digital SLR. ASELabs reviews a set of Kingston
2GB PC2-9600 memory.
The modules are regular DDR2. They are tested up to 1200MHz (Yes, 1200MHz!)
at 2.3 or 2.35v. This is where the PC2-9600 comes into play. At a speed of 1200MHz,
most people will not be able to use these modules at all at the rated speed.
This is why Kingston made sure these modules also handle lower speeds and tighter
timings well as well. Since my system could handle the 1200MHz memory bus, I
cranked it to that specification.
BurnOutPC has the Enzotechnology
Ultra-X heatsink for everyone to read about. Hardware
Zone wraps things up with its take on the Ruckus MEdiaFlex NG 802.11b/g