Saturday Shortbread

— 3:22 AM on May 10, 2008


  1. Expreview reports Intel's first Nehalem mobo is X58
  2. Fudzilla reports AMD to sell off its consumer division
  3. TG Daily reports alleged Nvidia 9900 GTS / GTX drawings surface
  4. Microsoft appeals $1.4 billion EU anitrust fine
  5. Ars Technica reports Circuit City opens books, sets stage for Blockbuster buyout
  6. DailyTech reports Apple Canada offers 80,000 Canadians
    store credit over iPod battery concerns
  7. Security company says Windows Vista more secure than XP
  8. Digit-Life's i3DSpeed for April 2008
  9. SuperSite for Windows has Celio Redfly screenshot gallery
  10. Editorial: Nvidia should keep innovating instead of attacking Intel

  1. Shacknews premieres first Gears of War 2 footage
  2. New book says video games don't create killers
  3. GamersHell and Shacknews have DRM clarification for EA's Mass Effect and Spore
  4. GamersHell and Shacknews have the latest on Call of Duty 5
  5. Criterion Games will bring Burnout Paradise to the PC
  6. bit-tech interviews Josh Drescher, producer for Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning
  7. Gamasutra's history of gaming platforms: Mattel Intellivision
  8. YouGamers review Trials 2: Second Edition
  9. Gaming Heaven reviews Iron Man (PC)
  10. bit-tech reviews Iron Man (Xbox 360)
Systems and graphics

  1. I4U reviews Gateway C-141x convertible tablet notebook
  2. Overclock3D reviews Nvidia 780a chipset
  3. CPU3D reviews DFI LANParty DK X38-T2RB
  4. 3dGameMan reviews Abit IX38 QuadGT
  5. Björn3D reviews Gigabyyte GA-X48T-DQ6
  6. reviews Diamond Radeon HD 3650 1GB
Power, cases, and cooling

  1. HardwareLogic reviews 500W FSP Blue Storm II PSU
  2. DriverHeaven reviews Arctic Cooling Silentium T3 case
  3. FiringSquad's Sigma Unicorn case video review
  4. techPowerUp! reviews Hiper Anubis case
  5. Computer Shopper reviews In Win Metal Suit GD case
  6. [M]adshrimps review SilverStone Kublai Series KL03 case
  7. FrostyTech reviews Cooler Master Aquagate Mini R80
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