Man it's a cold one in Toronto today, would be great for overclocking. ;-)
NVNews reviews the eVGA
GeForce 8800GTS 320MB videocard. SilentPCReview looks at a bunch of 92mm
fans. Legion Hardware shows off a set of Kingston
HyperX 2GB PC2-6400 memory.
The Kingston HyperX PC2-6400 2GB is an excellent memory kit and while it
might not be the fastest memory we have ever tested or the best overclocking
memory, it is great value memory. While this is not the cheapest 2GB kit money
can buy, it is one of the cheapest performance kits available. Priced at just
$240 US these DDR2-800 memory modules are great value, offering gamers excellent
stability and performance. Although we were able to push these modules to 956MHz,
we do not recommend this memory for anyone planning on overclocking their system.
For overclocking there are better solutions out there, though they do cost more!
BCCHardware looks at the Silex
Biometrics and it looks like a pretty neat device. PenStary Systems wraps
things up with its look at the Gigabyte
GeForce 8800GTS 640MB model.