Wednesday Shortbread

— 1:35 AM on September 17, 2008


  1. Dell, Ingram Micro fuel worries about tech spending
  2. Bloomberg (thanks Neutronbeam) and DigiTimes report
    Samsung makes $5.85 billion hostile bid for SanDisk
  3. Microsoft and Cray to unveil $25,000 Windows-based supercomputer
  4. Fudzilla: all Bloomfields have 130W TDP, confirmed
    and Nehalem only supports DDR3 memory
  5. TG Daily reports new Nvidia GPUs use old solder bumps, cause of GPU failures
    and NEC unveils massive 82" LCD
  6. VR-Zone reports Creative unveiled X-Fi sound card for notebooks
  7. NordicHardware reports hp announces gaming mice
  8. Hardware-Infos reports AMD Fusion is Fusion (write-up in German)
  9. Ars Technica reports Congress's copyright fight puts open access science in peril
  10. HardwareZone covers a Microsoft event: celebrating 25 years of Microsoft hardware
  11. SuperSite for Windows posts Zune 3 photo gallery
Software and gaming

  1. Windows Essential Business Server 2008 RTM
  2. Nvidia PhysX system software 8.09.04 released
  3. Zune 3.0 software released
  4. iPodNN reports Apple posts 1.0.2 firmware for fourth-gen nano
  5. TG Daily: how to extend your Windows PC to the iPhone. Seriously.
  6. Microsoft confirms new Euro Xbox 360 prices
  7. Shacknews has Guitar Hero World Tour interview: 'Anything is Possible'
    and id: Rage not cut because of Xbox 360 limits
  8. [OC]ModShop interviews Call of Duty 5's Rich Farrelly
  9. TweakGuides posts S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Clear Sky tweak guide
  10. PlayIt3D reviews Battlefield: Bad Company
Systems and storage

  1. Hardware Canucks have Gigabyte M912V touch screen netbook hands-on preview
  2. InsideHW reviews Asus Eee PC 1000H
  3. HardwareZone reviews hp Pavilion dv7 notebook
  4. TechwareLabs review Core 2 Quad Q9650
  5. Hardware Secrets on the motherboard voltage regulator circuit
  6. TweakTown reviews 2GB Team Group Xtreem DDR3-1866 memory kit
  7. Hardware Pacers review 1GB n-Trance N-Tegrity secure data storage

  1. AnandTech, FiringSquad, and HotHardware review Nvidia GeForce GTX 260 Core 216
  2. Guru3D, [H] Enthusiast, and review BFG Tech GeForce GTX 260 OCX MAXCORE
  3. Hardware Canucks review EVGA GeForce GTX 260 Core 216 Superclocked
  4. techPowerUp! reviews Zotac GeForce GTX 260 AMP!² Edition
  5. X-bit labs compare AMD Radeon HD 4870 X2 vs. Radeon HD 4870 CrossFire
  6. ProClockers review Sapphire Radeon HD 4870 X2
  7. I4U and Overclock3D review XFX GeForce 280 GTX XXX Edition
  8. TechwareLabs review Palit GeForce 280 GTX
  9. Tech ARP reviews Asus EAH4870
  10. DriverHeaven reviews Asus EAH3850 Trinity engineering sample
  11. Techgage reviews Logitech Driving Force GT racing wheel
  12. Ars Technica's review of the 4G iPod nano
  13. Digital Trends has the top 20 worst fashion gadgets ever part 1: from bad to atrocious
Power, casing, and cooling

  1. XtremeComputing reviews 1100W Cooler Master UCP PSU
  2. ThinkComputers reviews Thermaltake Xaser VI MX case
  3. Overclockers Online reviews Thermaltake Armor+ MX case
  4. Legit Reviews on Thermaltake BlacX hard drive docking station
  5. Ap0calypse reviews Eagle Tech Consus E-Series hard drive enclosure
  6. bit-tech reviews Scythe Zipang CPU cooler
  7. ThinkComputers reviews Cooler Master Sphere CPU cooler
  8. TweakTown reviews Xigmatek Red Scorpion S1283 H.D.T. CPU cooler
  9. X-bit labs review Cooler Master GeminII S
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