International Town Criers Day Shortbread


  1. AnandTech, FiringSquad, Guru3D, Hardware Canucks, Hardware Heaven, [H]ard|OCP,, HotHardware, and PC Perspective review Nvidia GeForce GTX 460

  2. Benchmark Reviews on Nvidia GeForce GTX 460 1GB and 768MB
  3. TechSpot reviews Palit GTX 460 Sonic Platinum & Inno3D GTX 460
  4. techPowerUp! reviews Zotac GeForce GTX 460 1GB
  5. techPowerUp! reviews MSI GeForce GTX 460 Cyclone OC 1GB and

    techPowerUp! & TweakTown review MSI GTX 460 Cyclone OC 768MB

  6. KitGuru reviews EVGA GeForce GTX 460 768MB Superclocked
  7. techPowerUp! reviews Axle GeForce GTX 460 768MB
  8. KitGuru has GTX 460 SLI overclocked, mated, and put in context

International Town Criers Day

  1. DigiTimes reports Pegatron reportedly lands Apple desktop orders; announces June results
  2. TC Magazine reports Lenovo IdeaPad Z360 laptop also up for grabs
  3. The Sony Blog: What’s your E color combo? (for Vaio E notebooks)
  4. MacSlice reports Apple recalling defective Time Capsules sold from February – June 2008
  5. TC Magazine reports EVGA develops six GeForce GTX 460 cards

    and Palit announces its stock and overclocked GeForce GTX 460s

  6. DailyTech reports AT&T giving away free 3G MicroCells

    to “most valuable customers” to cure reception woes

  7. Autoblog cites report: Intel developing new automotive black box
  8. Ars Technica on a double standard: Unlicensed bar music vs. P2P users
  9. Free the data: Force ISPs to open up on crucial information (editorial)
  10. Puget Systems has Nvidia GTX 460 contest
  11. LanOC Reviews summer case mod contest
  12. C.O.D. giveaway: D-Link WBR-2310 router
  13. XSReviews has Ozone Ultimate Gamer Pack competition
  14. Newegg’s guerrilla deals for 7/12 (begins at 12:01AM PDT)
  15. Dealzon’s deals: $100 off 14″ Lenovo IdeaPad U460 i3, $400 off 32″ LG 1080p

    LED TV, up to 50% off Skullcandy headphones, and $40 off Flip Ultra 120min

Software and gaming

  1. Entelligence: Time for Microsoft to once again embrace and extend
  2. Mandriva Linux avoids bankruptcy; Ars Technica tests the new version
  3. BCW reviews Symantec Backup Exec 2010
  4. KitGuru reviews Ninety Nine Nights 2 (Xbox 360)

    and My Kingdom for the Princess (iPad)

Systems and storage

  1. bit-tech shows how to build a touchscreen all-in-one PC
  2. LanOC Reviews on gaming on the go: Laptop vs. LAN rig
  3. TweakTown’s Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD9 + Core i7-980X LN2 overclocking
  4. Tech ARP posts CPU performance comparison guide rev. 2.2
  5. Tech ARP’s BIOS option of the week – Act bank A to B CMD delay
  6. Björn3D reviews Asus P6X58D-E
  7. PureOC reviews 4GB Kingston HyperX Blu DDR3-1600 memory kit
  8. OCIA reviews 50GB OCZ Vertex 2 SSD
  9. HT4U reviews 100GB OCZ Vertex 2 SSD (in German)
  10. Technic3D reviews 60GB G.Skill Phoenix Pro SSD (in German)
  11. techPowerUp! reviews QNAP TS-859 Pro


  1. HT4U reviews Zotac GeForce GTX 480 AMP! Limited Edition (in German)
  2. Modders-Inc reviews Asus EAH5750 Formula
  3. PureOC reviews Sapphire Radeon HD 5550 Ultimate
  4. Digital Trends reviews Toshiba 55UX600 55″ LED HDTV
  5. InsideHW compares 6 underwater cameras
  6. iGadgetLife reviews Philips 6FF3FPW 5.6″ digital photoframe
  7. Hi Tech Legion’s Diamond HD Media Wonder – Mini HD media player review
  8. Bona Fide Reviews on Argosy HV676 MediaPlay USB media player
  9. t-break reviews Monster iCarPlay 300 portable FM transmitter
  10. Charging the iPhone 4: USB vs. outlet at When Will Apple?
  11. TestFreaks review BlackBerry Bold 9650

Power, cases, and cooling

  1. PC Perspective reviews 300W Seasonic SS-300TFX PSU
  2. TWL reviews Chenboro ES34169 mITX server chassis
  3. HT4U reviews In Win Ironclad case (in German)
  4. OCIA reviews Cooler Master NotePal U2 notebook stand
  5. Björn3D reviews Prolimatech Armageddon CPU cooler
  6. OC3D reviews Nexus VCT-9000 silent cooler
  7. Hardware Secrets reviews Zalman VF3000A VGA cooler
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    • BaconatedGrapefruit
    • 9 years ago

    I like the “Entrées” title for the main page section of the shortbread. It fits in with the meal theme, as it represents the main “course” of the links in the shortbread. You could also call it “appetizers” as those links come first. Either title would be appropriate as a permanent title for the main page shortbread links, now that we have the new layout on TR. You could still occasionally have day-related titles, but deciding on one of the two (“Entrées” or “Appetizers”) and using that one for the vast majority of days would be journalistically sound.

    • Zymergy
    • 9 years ago

    Shortbread Link Broken::
    “DailyTech reports AT&T giving away free 3G MicroCells
    to “most valuable customers” to cure reception woes”

    Correct Link:

    • wira020
    • 9 years ago

    DailyTech reports AT&T giving away free 3G MicroCells
    to “most valuable customers” to cure reception woes

    That link leads to the AutoBlog…

    • YeuEmMaiMai
    • 9 years ago

    the 460 will be short lived as ATi has something coming out soon anyways lol

      • OneArmedScissor
      • 9 years ago

      You mean soon like last September? :p

    • bdwilcox
    • 9 years ago

    To me, the 460 is underwhelming for the money. It’s basically a 5830 competitor at the same price-point as a 5830. If it was price competitive with the 5770, that would be interesting, but at its current $200-220 price-point, it’s not that attractive.

    I think the 460’s importance comes not of itself, but from the pressures it will create on the market. ATI’s closest competitor, the 5830, will either need to drop in price to compete, since it’s slower, or it will be discarded and replaced by a better performing card, ie a 5840 (which is what the 5830 should have been from the beginning considering how much they wanted for it).

    The 460 will also put a lot of pressure on ATI to drop the price of the 5850 to at least $250 since it’s performance lead over the 460 doesn’t warrant it’s current $100 premium over the 460. Perhaps ATI will discard the 5830 altogether, skip a 5840 and drop the 5850 to the $240 price-point. Either way, I’d avoid buying a 5830 or 460 (especially the 768MB model, period) and wait to see how the market settles out.

      • wira020
      • 9 years ago

      Well 5830 was only meant to clear out defective chips anyway… With 40nm getting better, I think we’d see less and less of it… If there isnt much price respond from ATI, I’d guess the next refresh is coming soon enough..

      BTW, during the 4000series, ATI drop the price soon or at Nvidia’s new launch if they felt threatened.. havent heard of any so far…

      • tviceman
      • 9 years ago

      AMD has known for weeks what the performance of the gtx460 was going to be like. They missed the ball on dropping the price. Palit and EVGA have huge factory overclocked gtx460’s for $230-240 that are outperforming reference hd5850’s that go for $280-290.

      Although not to the extent as what AMD did with the high end when they released the 5870 and 5850, Nvidia has tipped the mid-range segment in their favor. And they’re not done yet – these chips are cut down GF104’s. Expect a fully unlocked 384 shader, higher clocked GF104 soon (aka gtx 475).

    • ClickClick5
    • 9 years ago


      • bill94el
      • 9 years ago

      same here for GTX 460 review. Both links for Software and gaming # IV work fine though.

      • Ronald
      • 9 years ago

      I can only say that all the links to KitGuru work fine for me.

      • wira020
      • 9 years ago

      Works fine for me…

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