Tuesday Shortbread


  1. DailyTech: First "Westmere" silicon from Intel's Fab D1D shown running Windows 7
  2. MSI's AM2+ motherboards are completely compatible with AMD AM3 processors
  3. Freescale aims to sell Google Android netbooks in Q2
  4. GPUCafé reports Eurocom promises G200M SLI in upcoming notebook
  5. VR-Zone reports Shuttle unleashes SX58H7 Prima Series
  6. The Korea Times reports rechargeable battery power upgraded by 50%
  7. EETimes reports DRAM makers lose money for every PC shipped
  8. NordicHardware reports Nvidia to launch new (old) nForce 980a chipset for Socket AM3
  9. Expreview: Nvidia's GTS 240 is not equal to 9800 GT
  10. Sparkle: Diamond-like carbon to increase cooling performance
  11. Fudzilla reports Nvidia blames partners for bad results
  12. VR-Zone's Q1 2009 gaming rig buyer's guide
  13. Facebook's new terms of service: "We can do anything we want with your content. Forever."
  14. Pirate Bay chiefs deny illegal downloading
  15. TweakTown's interview with James Hildebrandt of Psyko Audio Labs
  16. Technology Review: Harnessing gerbil power with a nanogenerator (video is here)
  17. Indie Half-life 2 miniseries with a budget of $500 (video)
  18. Akira remastered for Blu-ray Disc
  19. Opinion: The new depression may be the best thing to happen to comics
  20. Win 4 awesome SteelSeries gaming surfaces from Gaming Heaven
Software and gaming

  1. Microsoft, Red Hat to offer joint technical support
  2. Microsoft reveals new Windows phones with Marketplace and My Phone services
  3. Windows Mobile 6.5 screenshots
  4. TechFlash's Q&A: Microsoft's mobile chief on the future of Windows phones
  5. Nvidia Tegra: Not just Windows, Android too
  6. Adobe to make video on smartphones
  7. HardwareZone covers Mobile World Congress 2000: Nokia and Samsung
  8. Windows 7 developer v1.2
  9. SuperSite for Windows has Windows 7 feature focus: Windows Taskbar
  10. Phoronix: Will Ubuntu 9.04 be jauntily fast?
  11. TC Magazine puts GeForce 182.05 to the test
  12. Guru3D has RivaTuner 2.23
  13. Shacknews reports second Mass Effect DLC pack detailed
    by Bioware; saved games to carry over to sequel
  14. Team Fortress 2 and Day of Defeat: Source update released
  15. bit-tech's Madworld hands-on preview
Systems and storage

  1. TechwareLabs review Asus S101 netbook
  2. iXBT Labs review Phenom II X3 720 / X4 810 / X4 920
  3. Björn3D reviews Sapphire 780G
  4. Hexus.net reviews 6GB Corsair Dominator GT PC3-16000 triple channel kit
  5. Legit Reviews on 3GB & 6GB Kingston HyperX T1 PC3-16000 DDR3
  6. Overclock3D reviews 3GB Kingston HyperX DDR3 PC3-16000 CL9 triple channel kit
  7. PC Perspective previews 250GB OCZ Summit Series SSD - new Samsung MLC
  8. DV Hardware and Rbmods review PromoLocker USB flash drive

  1. nV News reviews EVGA GeForce GTX 295
  2. Guru3D reviews Galaxy GeForce 9800 GTX+ 512MB
  3. TechwareLabs review Gigabyte GeForce 9800 GT 512MB
  4. [OC]ModShop reviews Sapphire Radeon HD 4670
  5. Digital Trends reviews Casio EX-FH20 camera
  6. HotHardware reviews BlackBerry Storm 9530
  7. Digital Trends reviews Nokia N96 smartphone
  8. TestFreaks review eDimensional AudioFX2 gaming & audio headset
  9. techPowerUp! reviews Westone 3 earphones
  10. Hardware Bistro reviews Aten CS1782 KVMP switch
  11. ITreviewed on Microsoft SideWinder X8 mouse
Power, cases, and cooling

  1. Hi Tech Reviews on 1600W Ultra Products X3 power supply
  2. Overclocker Café reviews 1000W Tuniq Ripper PSU
  3. PCShopTalk reviews Cooler Master UCP 700 power supply
  4. Techgage reviews Antec Skeleton open air case
  5. CowcotLand reviews NZXT Zero 2 case (in French)
  6. bit-tech shows how TIM works & how to apply it correctly
  7. Metku reviews Swiftech H2O-220 Apex Ultima Plus
  8. EOC reviews Cooler Master Hyper N520 CPU cooler
  9. Verdis Reviews on Gelid Silent 12 PWM case fan and Noctua NT-H1 thermal compound
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