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Daily News Round #1 for February 15, 2004

Daily News Round #1 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for February 15, 2004
By: Steve Dougherty | Posted: Feb 16, 2004 3:34 am

- 6-Way Power Supply Shootout

If your current PSU is barely up to the task nowadays, the folks over at AthlonXP have gathered up a bunch of Fortron/Sparkle PSU's for review. Given the fact that this line of PSU's are somewhat cheaper than the likes of more common "quality" PSU's on the market, they've also included one of Antec's popular TruePower 550w PSU's for comparison just to give you an idea of how well the budget Fortron line perform. Pretty damn good by the looks of it.


The best part about all the Fortron power supplies are they are high quality components that are simply hard to beat in terms of price vs. performance. All of these power supplies are under $100 except for the Antec.


- ABIT Announces New Corporate Identity!!

Out with the old, in with the new. ABit have made a change to their official logo for something which more so reflects their path for 2004. This is the logo you'll see on all of their future marketing materials and product packaging. For more details behind the change, grab the official press release here.


February 16, 2004 - With millions of motherboards sold worldwide, PC enthusiasts turn to ABIT for motherboards and VGA that deliver the performance and stability they need. As a company on the cutting-edge of innovation, ABIT is pleased to display its new corporate identity.


- Articles and Reviews from around the Web

- Abit Digidice SFF PC @ CPU3D
- Gigabyte GA-7VA revision 2 @ TechAngel UK
- Rambus in Your Performance PC 's Future? @ ExtremeTech
- Creative MuVo² 4GB MP3 Player @ TBreak
- Microsoft Wireless Optical Desktop Elite @ OC Prices
- Trust USB2 Easy File Transfer Cable @ Burnout PC
- The Commercialization of Linux @ Short-Media
- Intel Developer Forum Spring 2004: first look @ Digit-Life


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