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Daily News Round #1 for February 16, 2004 #2

Daily News Round #1 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for February 16, 2004 #2
By: Steve Dougherty | Posted: Feb 17, 2004 5:26 am

- GeForce FX 5700LE: Photos & Specs

Digit-Life have been fortunate enough to recieve information and images supporting claims of yet another nVidia based graphics card, the 5700LE. Known to be a downclocked variant of the 5700 series, it's obviously being aimed towards the more budget conscious gamer. With the indefinate release of their FX 5500 card just around the corner as well, nVidia are certainly going hammer and tong to cover all sectors of the graphics card market, and then some! More on the specs and images over at Digit-Life.


Speaking of GeForce FX 5500 specs and features, we will offer you the new material in the nearest future, when we have enough trustworthy information. Pity, but we still have no reliable facts on GeForce FX 5700VE, however, our colleagues from Chinese GZeasy not only provided us with the GeForce FX 5700LE specs, but also shared with us the first photos of a card on this GPU.


- OCZ Technology Announces ULN2 Technology

OCZ have let us know of their new ULN2 Technology, "What the hell is that?" I hear you say, I wondered the same thing for a bit there. It stands for Ultra Low Noise 2 technology and without getting technical, allows for faster and more efficient memory operation. This in turn providing better overclocking results. Based on that info alone, it certainly gets my instant approval. The official PR over here. Got a clue about circuitry and all that whizz? You might be interested in this too.


February 13, 2004-OCZ is pleased to announce our newest innovation for the high speed memory market, Ultra Low Noise 2 technology. OCZ Ultra Low Noise technology has been the staple of high quality, high performance PCB technology for over a year. ULN 2 specifications allow OCZ modules to run more efficiently and overclock better than any other memory on the market.


- Articles and Reviews from around the Web

- Rambus to Showcase XDR at IDF @ XBit Labs
- Vantec Vortex HDD Cooler @ XtremeNews
- OCZ PC-3200 Dual Channel Platinum LE @ Club OC
- TweakMonster RAMsinks / Fan Bracket Kit @ OCIA
- Thermaltake's Spark 7+ cooler @ XYZ Computing
- DIY Ultimate Mouse Pad @ Overclockers AU
- Logitech Wireless Navigator Duo @ CoolTechZone
- Windows XP 64 Bit - First looks @ GamePC


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