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Daily News Round #2 for September 17, 2003

Daily News Round #2 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for September 17, 2003
By: Cameron Wilmot | Posted: Sep 18, 2003 1:04 am

- OCZ PC3500 Gold


Ryan from OCZ Technology let us know about the release of their PC3500 Gold Dual Channel EL DDR RAM. Kits will be shipping with 512MB and 1GB with rated timings of CL 2.5-3-3-7 at 2.6 volt. Do stayed tuned for Part 2 of our Dual Channel roundup which already has near on $6K US worth of RAM already been tested for it.


OCZ Technology is pleased to announce the availability of PC3500 Gold Dual Channel EL DDR memory kits featuring HyperSpeed technology. OCZ HyperSpeed technology denotes specific OCZ EL DDR ICs built and selected for their ability to run at the highest possible frequency. OCZ Gold 3500 provides the same legendary overclocking performance of OCZ Gold products at the price of a typical 3500 dual channel kit.


- Intel Developer Forum


The Intel Developer Forum in active in San Jose right now and Anna from X-Bit Labs is there letting us know the latest happenings here and also here.


In the second part of the IDF Fall 2003 coverage, you will find exciting details on Intel's Digital Home initiative, latest info on the upcoming Pentium 4 Extreme Edition, first public demos of the working PCI Express and the first graphics cards supporting it, and much more!


- New Quiet Global Win PSU


More press release action today as Global Win let us know about the release of their new Sapphire power supply with illuminating effects and SATA support. Besides these already impressive features, the most notable is the 19dBA volume, which is extremely quiet.


I have updated the press release concerning this announcement to our servers which you can download. Please right click on this link and "Save Target As".



Taipei, Taiwan, September 17th, 2003 - Global WIN, a leading specialist in thermal conductivity and heat dissipation, today announces the availability of its Sapphire power supplies, combining a blue LED open window design, two transparent 80mm fans and support for the "serial ATA" standard with a noise emission of only 19dBA.


- Articles and Reviews from around the Web


- Antec TrueControl 550watt PSU @ GruntvillE
- CoolerMaster Aero 4 Lite Heatsink @ Pimp Rig
- Zalman Theatre 6 Headphones @ Smart Media
- Vantec Nexus NXP205 Fan-Controller @ Frosty Tech
- Athlon 64 and AMD's 64-bit technology @ PC Stats


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