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| Roundups News | Posted: May 7, 2004 5:16 am

Motherboard

 

- Via confirms launch of AMD K8T800 Pro chipset @ The Inquirer
- VIA K8T800 PRO: PCI/AGP Lock and 1000 HyperTransport for Athlon 64 @ Anandtech
- ATI to promote 9100 PRO IGP chipset with aggressive pricing @ Digitimes
- Foxconn 875A02-6EKRS Motherboard @ ViperLair

 

CPU

 

- Athlon 64 939 CPUs to launch at Computex @ The Inquirer
- Intel's 3.4 GHz Extreme Edition @ GamePC

 

Cases/Modding/PSU

 

- CMSTACKER STC-T01 CoolerMasters New MonsterCase @ Technobabble
- NZXT Guardian PC case @ DansData
- Thermaltake TrueLight Heat Spreader: glowing memory heatsinks @ Digit-Life

 

Cooling

 

- Little River White Water Waterblock @ ProCoooling
- ThermalTake Pipe101 Heatsink @ Hybrid-Mods

 

Storage

 

- TEAC's latest dual-mode DVD burner @ EnvyNews
- Seagate to Ship Faster Hard Disk Drives Next Month @ XBit Labs

 

Other

 

- WinHEC Coverage @ Sudhian & NeoSeeker
- Exploring Windows Longhorn @ Flexbeta
- Contour MiniPRO Ti Mouse @ EnvyNews
- BIOS Optimization Guide Rev. 8.0 @ Rojak Pot
- Will the $599 Price Milestone for Graphics Cards be Hit? @ XBit Labs
- Snapstream Firefly Remote @ HTPC News

 

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