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Daily News Round #1 for June 4, 2004

Daily News Round #1 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for June 4, 2004
By: Steve Dougherty | Posted: Jun 4, 2004 5:56 am

- 3-Way SFF PC Comparo: Biostar, Epox, FIC

On the hunt for a nice compact SFF PC? - The folks over at Explosive Labs take a look at three of them today, namely being Biostar's IDEQ 200T, Epox's eX5-320S & FIC's Condor. All are based on Intel's 865G chipset and as such offer similar performance, with Biostar's IDEQ taking a slight lead for the most part. Overall, I don't think you could go wrong in owning any one of these.


For those that frequent Explosive Labs you know this is our first look at anything to do with the SFF market. We decided that a round-up as such would have the greatest impact with PC's from Biostar, Epox and FIC. 3 companies who are well known in other market sectors and have made quite an impact in this market so far. We did note that Shuttle was more so the pioneer of this market or responsible for its tremendous growth, we do not have a PC from them to include in our first ever SFF PC round-up. For today we have the Biostar IDEQ 200T, Epox eX5-320S, and FIC Condor all based on Intel's 865G chipset.


- Articles and Reviews from around the Web


- GeIL 1GB Dual-Channel PC-4000 RAM @ Overclockers Club
- GiveAway // 4 pairs of 512MB Corsair PC4000 Pro RAM @ PimpRig
- A Day Away from Computex @ HardCOREWare
- Computex 2004: Day 2 @ Toms Hardware
- Computex 2004 Coverage - Lots of Motherboard Pics @ OCWorkbench
- BlueTake BT500 Bluetooth Mouse & BT009X Adaptor @ ModTown
- Cable-Safe Cable Manager @ ExtremeReviews
- Alienware Intros Ultra High Performance Computers @ XBit Labs
- SPEC CPU2000. Part 15. AMD64 and the 64-bit Code. Second Try @ Digit-Life
- Toshiba Portege M200 Tablet PC @ RojakPot
- Actiontec Wireless Digital Media Player @ DesignTechnica
- StarTech StarView SV231USB KVM Switch @ IPKonfig


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