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Phenom II X4 Reviewed

With the official launch of the AMD Dragon platform, AMD lifed whatever NDA restrictions it had over the media to publish reviews of its Phenom II X4 processor, letting proper and final reviews make to the internet. Several tech-enthusiast websites have taken the opportunity. Reviewers put the Phenom II X4 940 Black Edition to test.

The Phenom II X4 940 Black Edition is AMD's flagship desktop CPU. With four processing cores clocked at 3.00 GHz, it embeds 2 MB L2 and 6 MB of L3 cache. Based on the AM2+ socket, it supports the DDR2-1066 standard. This processor is especially overclocker friendly with its unlocked FSB multiplier and the overall positive response from the reviewers on its overclocking headroom. Here are some of the reviews at:

bit-tech | Elite Bastards | ExtremeTech | [H] Enthusiast | Hexus | HotHardware | NeoSeeker | TechReport | TweakTown | The Guru of 3D | Tom's Hardware

Intel Core i7 Previews/Reviews Posted

Previews, reviews and all kind of write-ups about the new Intel Core i7/X58 platform flooded the network this morning. I'll use this post to add all the links I can find, you can also post your comments here until the official press release statement.

[H]ard|OCP1 | [H]ard|OCP2 | TweakTown | Guru3D | Techgage | Legion Hardware | Benchmark Reviews | HotHardware | PC Perspective | TechSpot | Neoseeker | t-break | OCAU | ExtremeTech | Lost Circuits

NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra Reviews

Today NVIDIA introduced the world's fastest graphics processing unit (GPU), the NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra. The NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra performs an average of between 10 and 15% faster than the GeForce 8800 GTX GPU. Here is a preliminary list of NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra reviews currently on the net.

PC Perspective | Legit Reviews | bit-tech.net | [H] Enthusiast | HotHardware | Guru 3D | iXBT(Russian) | HardwareZone | HEXUS.net | AnandTech

NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra Review Appears Online

As we reported before, the NDA for NVIDIA's latest GeForce 8800 Ultra graphics will expire on the 2nd of May. HardSpell has pulled out today the first official board pictures and real performance benchmark scores. The review confirms that the 8800 Ultra card is clocked at 612MHz core and uses 384bit/768MB of GDDR3 memory clocked at 2160MHz. Follow this link and read the full article.

Source: HardSpell

Belgian hardware enthusiast Reviews 105 power supplies

What is the difference between a normal hardware enthusiast and a true one? A real one is known to break world records with the help of liquid nitrogen, has a ton of spare cash to blow, and now, has enough spare time to thoroughly review 105 individual power supplies. Stephane Charpentier is the man who is responsible for that little 105 power supply review. And by little, I mean 140 pages. His work should seriously be published like a very nerdy version of Kelly Blue Book breaks records for being the longest hardware round-up ever. If you're bored out of your mind, need a new power supply, or want to appreciate Mr.Charpentier's effort, please read his 140 page review.

The article is in French, so you might want to run the individual pages through Google translator.Source: Reg Hardware

Huge high end CPU-Cooler roundup - 'Battle of the Heatpipes'

First things first: It's a german article I want to point out.
But don't let the unpronounceable cluster of letters fool or even hesitate you. You are looking for a comprehensive comparison of some of the best air cpu coolers like the Scythe Infinity, Thermalright Ultra 120, Zalman CNPS 9700, just to name a few? Then head on, it's only a simple click away.

You are still puzzled and prefer an english translation? Here you go! But I have to warn you, the translation is somewhat messed up...Source: HardTecs4U
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