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ASUS P4S8X (SIS 648 Chipset)Review

TecCentral.de have reviewed the new ASUS P4S8X.

This Mainboard based on the SIS 648 Chipset. The Features are USB 2.0, Fire Wire, Serial ATA, Q-FAN and many more.

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Sunbeam Tech Multi-Colored CCFL Kit Review

Tweakers Australia has just posted a review of Sunbeam Tech's Multi-Colored Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lightubes. Here's a snip:

The CCFL, or Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lightube kit we received consisted of two models - a tri color one and a bi color one, an inverter, and on/off switch, a Molex connector and some instructions on how to install each kits. Fortunately the package came very well protected with bubble wrap inside a long thin cardboard box. Cold cathodes are like an improved neon, although the problem with neon's were that they where too fat and didn't produce a lot of light. The other downside to neon lights is that their lifespan isn't as long as CCFL, they burn a lot hotter (about 900C compared with about 150C), and use a lot more energy.

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Palit Daytona Geforce 4 Ti Review

3dXtreme is excited to announce our Palit Daytona Geforce 4 Ti 4200 Graphics Card Review.

"Today 3dxtreme takes a look at the Palit Daytona Geforce 4 Ti 4200 graphics card. This card is based on the best selling Geforce 4 GPU chipset by nVidia. Although nVidia has a few higher performing video cards on the market, the Ti 4200 is the most popular due to it's incredible price to performance ratio. The Ti4200 delivers the consumer nVidia's latest technology and speed at a price that is very affordable for users on a budget. In addition to the value of the Ti4200 series, this card has all the features of the flagship GeForce 4, including Dual Vertex Shaders and Advanced Pixel Shaders to support future games. Let's take a look at the company that makes this card and the performance it delivers."

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