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Jetway NC84E-LF mITX motherboard review - Jetway NC84E-LF mITX motherboard review
Tue, July 13 2010 | 8:04PM | PermaLink Feedback?
When we tested the Jetway NC96FL-510-LF and Jetway NC94FL-510-LF mini-ITX motherboards last month, we were pleased with its low power consumption, low space requirements, and low cost. However, for users who still want to retain such attributes to a certain extent, but also want a little more desktop-like performance, the two products as aforementioned with Intel's Atom D510 processor probably aren't going to be your first choice. Fortunately, Jetway has a yet another solution for you. Utilizing AMD's 785G chipset and an AM2/AM2+ CPU socket to accommodate a wide range of AMD desktop processors, you are pretty much only limited by the cooling solution mounted over your processor and how much money you want to spend. Need something cheap and decent? Slapping on an older Athlon 64 X2 will run you less than $50. Want something faster? How does a quad core Phenom sound? Created in conjunction with ATI Radeon HD 4200 integrated graphics, the Jetway NC84E-LF is a significantly more fully featured motherboard than its Atom based counterparts. To see how this mITX board steps up in real life, we took one on, installed it in our custom test configuration, and pulled it through our usual battery of tests. Read on to see what we found!
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OCZ Behemoth Gaming Mouse Review - OCZ Behemoth Gaming Mouse Review
Wed, June 10 2009 | 12:00PM | PermaLink Feedback?
With the Behemoth OCZ has a further laser gaming mouse in its portfolio. One difference to other models are the dimensions because the Behemoth is pretty big. Therefore the ergonomics are claimed to be very good. Programmable buttons as well as a high resultion laser are meanwhile standard with gaming mice.
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