BCCHardware shows off the ZeroTherm
GX815 videocard cooler, looks a lot like Zalman wouldn't you say. Virtual
Hideout takes the Enermax
Infiniti 720W SLI power supply out for a spin. Legion Hardware has the scoop
on the Inno3D
The iChill 7900GS is an impressive product and Inno3D seemed determined
to get as much performance out of this graphics card as they could. With a core
frequency increase of 22%, this GeForce 7900GS was able to deliver 7000GT like
performance. When you consider that we only tested the iChill 7900GS using its
factory overclocked settings, this is a very impressive result. When it boils
down to it, the 7900GS is really just a 7900GT with 4 pixel pipelines disabled.
On the other hand, the 7950GT is just an overclocked 7900GT with 512MB of onboard
memory. So realistically, if you were to overclock the Inno3D iChill 7900GS
graphics card further, you would be looking at 7950GT performance.
Neoseeker shows off a setof OCZ
Flex XLC PC2-9200 memory and finally Overclockers Club has for us a review
on the Patriot
Extreme Performance PC2-8500.