PC Upgrading Fundamentals, Nvidia SLI Support - Getting Better, and more!

Hey folks, it's late but I know some of you are looking for a good read before bed. For those of you who are still a little cautious of Nvidia's SLI, HardOCP takes a look at what Nvidia has done lately to improve support for it's crown jewel of performance enhancing technology. Good night all :)

Fundamentals of Upgrading a PC @ PCstats

"Every year or so, there is a must-play game which demands more processor speed, a faster graphics card, more RAM, etc. Once you have got the idea of upgrading into your head, the next step is to figure out how to go about it. This article is intended to help you recognize the range of upgrades that are available to you given your current hardware, how to perform those upgrades yourself, and the potential difficulties involved."

NVIDIA SLI Support - Getting Better @ HardOCP

"A new driver from NVIDIA has improved SLI support and brought new features to the table. Inside we not only test this latest driver, focusing on SLI support and performance, but we also comment on what we would like to see in the future iterations of NVIDIA's SLI."

Foxconn Winfast NF4UK8AA-8EKRS @ Viperlair

"Overall, we found the Foxconn Winfast NF4UK8AA-8EKRS a solid, yet unspectacular offering. For those who simply want a motherboard that is reasonably priced, stable and just plain works, this is a great choice. Those who live on the edge may be disappointed by the lack of enthusiasts features."

AeroCool Cool Panel Review @ GruntvillE.com

"...you can see that AeroCool clearly labels each port on the Coolpanel. Listed in some sort of order: Power LED, Access LED, USBx2, Multi-slot card reader (Compact Flash I/II, Sony Memory Stick, Memory stick Duo, Memory Stick Pro, Memory Stick Duo Pro, Smart Media, SD, and Multimedia Card), Firewire, SATAx2, Line In, Line Out, Mic, Video, LCD, LCD settings, and adjustment knobs."

Maxtor DiamondMax 10 @ Bytesector

"In the past, I have looked at Maxtor's original Serial ATA offering, their DiamondMax 9 hard drive, and more recently, I took a look at their native Serial ATA enterprise drive, the MaXLine III. The MaXLine III brought forth the first 16MB cache buffer I have seen. Today, I will be taking a look at Maxtor's DiamondMax 10 which sports a 16MB cache buffer, a 7200 RPM spindle, Native Command Queuing (NCQ) and capacities of up to 300GB."

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