- OCZ's 1 GB PC-3500 and PC-3700 Unbuffered Modules
OCZ are at it again with another announcement pointing out the availability of their new 1GB PC-3500 and PC-3700 single modules or 2GB kits. Info on the PC-3500 can be found here, and the PC-3700 here. OCZ's official press release can also be read over at their website.
Sunnyvale, CA. March 16, 2004 - OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra high-performance memory solutions for PC enthusiasts and gamers, today announced the release of PC-3500 and PC-3700 1 GB Unbuffered DDR memory modules and 2 GB Dual Channel kits in its Performance series line of DDR memory.
- Chyang Fun e-Cube CF-EG65A barebones system
Dan's taken a squiz at an SFF machine with a very distinctive look about it that will no doubt attract many. However, other than it's appearance and the all aluminium chassis, there doesn't look to be anything else outstanding here when compared to the many other SFF solutions now on the market.
Chyang Fun aren't as well known as Shuttle, but they've been making SFF machines for a while. They made the box I cruelly compared with a plain microATX alternative in this review back in 2002, and they've stuck with that system's acrylic-sided, handle-on-top design for their current "e-Cube" CF-EG65A.
The old Chyang Fun looked good and worked OK; this one's better. Some people managed to crack the handle on the old boxes, so the e-Cube's is stronger. You also get a window in the side, to show off the tight-packed guts of your tiny god. And the chassis is, of course, made from aluminium, not that it'd weigh terribly much even if it were steel.
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