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For those people who visit Adrian's Rojak Pot but have wondered if the site had died along with numerous other that have lately well two weeks ago, they was hit by persistent DOS attacks and although their host repeatedly restored the site they kept hit by them. So, finally ARP had to remain shut down because their host couldn't get back from his vacation to set things right. Till he comes back, they have temporarily mirrored Adrian's Rojak Pot on a different server. The new temporary URL to Adrian's Rojak Pot is http://www.itcp.net/~awsh/
Cameron "Sov" Johnson has just finished up his latest review of some Kingmax PC2100 DDR SDRAM for your viewing pleasure. They have incorporated their famous TinyBGA technology into their DDR line, so let's go see if its any good.
Mike "Darthtanion" Wright has just finished up some mroe testing. Today's contestant was the Thermaltake Active Memory Cooling Kit. Can it succeed in keeping the memory cooler (and making for some better FSB overclocking)? Come on in and find out for yourself.
Planet Savage has posted a review of the ATi Radeon 64MB DDR ViVo for those looking at alternatives to the nVidia line. here's a snip:
"The Radeon as well all know was not as fast as the GeForce2 GTS but proved to be a very good all-around card specially with its high quality DVD playback and multiple ViVo functions. The new Radeons are out, but the Radeon SE (the one reviewed) still does the job quite well specially with the addition of TruForm in the drivers."
October 11, 2001 - OCZ Technology Group announced the availability of OCZ PC-2700 DDR memory. OCZ PC-2700 features hand picked 266MHz (DDR) modules that pass rigorous 333MHz stability testing. The OCZ PC-2700 is packed in TSOP II package which is noted for its technical superiority.
"By pushing the current bandwidth from 2100Mb/sec to 2700Mb/sec, we have increased the memory bandwidth by 25%", said Armando Talamantez, VP Product Development. "This paves the way to increased performance."