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Virtual Hideout posted Ultra ChillTec Thermo Electric CPU Cooler Review

Wow! This is one heck of an impressive unit. I was a bit skeptical at first, as this appears to be almost identical to the Titan Amanda I reviewed several months back. It turns out that this particular cooler is far more superior in the hardware layout and cooling ability than the Amanda unit.
Ultra ChillTec Thermo Electric CPU Cooler Review

Overclockers Online has posted a new review on the Thermalright HR-07

The entire Thermalright High-Riser family has been a huge success. The HR-07, the latest addition to the family, easily outperformed the stock cooler much like the other High Riser products.
Thermalright HR-07 Review

After a longer than expected period of anticipation, we have received our Apple TV and have had a number of hours to spend reviewing it.

MacRumors Review: Apple TV

Only Ubuntu Linux published a preview of Ubuntu 7.04 (Feisty Fawn) Beta

This is very detailed Ubuntu 7.04 (Feisty Fawn) Beta Preview with nice screebshots. This preview includes Easy-to-install codec wizards,Migration assistant, Plug and play network sharing with Avahi, network manager,windows mount tool, artwork, help center, desktop effects, new partition tool, gnome control center.
Ubuntu 7.04 (Feisty Fawn) Beta Preview

Tech ARP posted rev. 9.9 of their BIOS Optimization Guide

We have just released the Complete BIOS Optimization Guide Rev. 9.9 for both FREE and FULL versions.

This will bring the BIOS Optimization Guide Rev. 9.9 to more than 390 BIOS features.

This release features these 8 new/updated BIOS features :-

- AC PWR Auto Recovery
- Digital Locked Loop (DLL)
- Dynamic Idle Cycle Counter
- EXT-P2P's Discard Time
- Memory DQ Drive Strength
- PWRON After PWR-Fail
- DRAM Idle Timer
- SDRAM Idle Limit
BIOS Optimization Guide Rev. 9.9

PureOverclock posted a review on the Seasonic M12 700W Power Supply

This review is a continuation of a recent mini-roundup of a few 700W power supplies. I'll be taking a look at the Seasonic M12-700 power supply to see if it's as good as their reputation suggests.
Seasonic M12 700W Power Supply Review posted ASUS P5N-E SLI 650i Motherboard Review

ASUS is a brand known for quality and excellence in all of their products. With the launch of NVIDIA's 680i chipset ASUS presented enthusiasts with the Strike Extreme board with the price tag of around $400. This price tag made it very unreasonable for most consumers out there. Because ASUS knows everyone is not made of money they released the P5N-E SLI board, which uses the less expensive 650i chipset. This is a very great option for consumers who want to SLI support on the Core 2 Duo platform. So let's take a look at this budget board from ASUS.
ASUS P5N-E SLI 650i Motherboard Review

EclipseOC put up a review of AMD Athlon64 4000+ AM2

AMD has created a new silicon revision for the AM2 socket: F3. We take a look at how overclocking performance has been changed, and a possible cause for such improvement over previous revisions of K8.
AMD Athlon64 4000+ AM2 Review

The TechZone reviews some new flash memory products from Golden Mars.

The interesting thing, though, is that many brands do not manufacture
their own products, relying instead on inexpensive OEMs and ODMs to create the goods on their behalf. GoldenMars has been an OEM manufacturer for some time, and they are now ready to jump into the retail world under their
own banner, rather than someone else's. GoldenMars launched their GeeDom
line of Flash memory products last year, and while they're not particularly
flashy (pardon the pun), they're perfectly functional.
Golden Mars GeeDom Flash Drive and SD Memory Review

Techgage posted a review of the ASUS A8Js notebook

ASUS has a new notebook offering that is sure to please most. It includes a fast T7200 processor, NVIDIA 7700 Go graphics card and 1GB of ram. It's also very competitively priced at just under $1,500. Is it worth your consideration?
ASUS A8JS 14" Widescreen Notebook Review

Virtual-Hideout posted Enermax Uber Chakra ATX Chassis Review

If tall server cases are your thing, then by all means pick up the Enermax Uber Chakra. This enclosure is not bogged down with a lot of features, but the ones it does have are perfect for both the everyday user and hard core gamer or future watercooling, as there is plenty of room to install watercooling gear
Enermax Uber Chakra ATX Chassis Review

Elite Bastards posted a review on the PowerColor Radeon X1950 PRO SCS3 (Silence Edition) video card

We spoke in our introduction of the pitfalls of creating a passively cooled high-end board, and the largest of those pitfalls is, of course, heat output. Which brings us to the monster of a heatsink we have before us - This thing is huge! The solution employed by PowerColor is generally based around Arctic Cooling's Accelero S2 cooler, and uses quad heat pipes to pull heat from the GPU away from the core, where it is dissipated by the large surface area and fins of the heat sink via cold air moving through the case (thus assuming reasonable ventilation in your chassis of course). The memory on the board also finds itself equipped with heat sinks to pull heat away from the RAM, where once again it is moved away by those thirty-one fins.
PowerColor Radeon X1950 PRO SCS3 (Silence Edition) Video Card Review posted a review on the Palm Treo 680

Palm has been in the smartphone business for quite some time, and over the years, the quality of smartphones from Palm has gone up significantly. But as is the case with a lot of smartphones, they are designed to keep businesspeople as their primary focus and target market. While that’s all well and good, a lot of mainstream consumers realize the value proposition of smartphones in terms of increased productivity and easy handling of tasks. As such, smartphones are now starting to go mainstream, and Palm has just the solution for such consumers in the form the Treo 680.
Palm Treo 680 Review