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  1. TG Daily reports Intel Nehalem to allow overclocking, some processors will even encourage it
  2. Fudzilla reports Intel won’t let Nvidia make Nehalem chipsets?
    and Intel says USB 3.0 is Intel’s and no one else’s
  3. Hardware-Infos on Intel’s Nehalem: Bloomfield starts at $316 (in German)
  4. VR-Zone reports Radeon HD 4870 X2 R700 beats GeForce GTX 280
  5. Radeon HD 4850: new results and pricing information (in German)
  6. bit-tech reports D12U will be first Nvidia GPU with GDDR5 support
  7. Forbes on why Apple could kill the Nintendo DS
  8. Ars Technica’s one-on-one with FCC commissioner Jonathan Adelstein
  9. Ars Technica reports investigator controversy surfaces over The Pirate Bay case

Software and gaming

  1. DailyTech reports Microsoft CEO Ballmer to retire within 10 years
  2. Microsoft security bulletin advance notification for June 2008
  3. Phoronix Media releases Linux-based testing platform for hardware, software validation
  4. Supersite for Windows reviews Celio Redfly
  5. Take-Two’s Strauss Zelnick says to expect BioShock film alongside BioShock 3
  6. Frontlines: Fuel of War 1.1.0 patch
  7. GamersHell has Devil May Cry 4 demo and benchmark

Computex 2008

  1. DigiTimes, PC Perspective, and tkArena on Nvidia & VIA at Computex 2008
  2. AnandTech covers Computex 2008: Asus HDAV 1.3 and Intel G45 updates
  3. TweakTown reports Albatron showcases multi-touch LCD panel (video)
  4. SilentPCReview covers Computex 2008: Antec P183 & Sonata Elite
  5. HardwareZone’s Computex 2008 coverage part 4, part 5, part 6, part 7, and part 8
  6. CPU3D, Tech ARP, TechwareLabs, and tkArena cover Computex 2008


  1. APH Networks and Hardware Secrets review Core 2 Duo E7200
  2. [H] Enthusiast reviews Asus P5Q3 Deluxe
  3. I4U reviews Asus Striker II NSE
  4. TweakPC’s AMD mainboards roundup: 770, 790X & 790FX AM2+ chipsets (in German)
  5. ThinkComputers reviews 4GB Corsair XMS3 DHX DDR3-1600 dual channel kit
  6. HardwareLogic reviews 2GB Crucial Ballstix PC3-16000 dual channel kit
  7. Björn3D reviews 4GB Mushkin XP2-8500 Ascent dual channel kit


  1. X-bit labs have professional graphics roundup from the mid-range segment
  2. XSReviews on XFX GeForce 9800 GX2 Quad SLI
  3. TweakTown reviews MSI N9600GT Hybrid Freezer
  4. Legit Reviews on PNY Verto GeForce 9600 GT
  5. TheTechLounge reviews Diamond Viper HD 3650 PE 512MB
  6. bit-tech reviews Samsung SyncMaster 2253LW widescreen monitor
  7. Benchmark Reviews on Samsung 22" 2220WM-HAS widescreen monitor
  8. techPowerUp! reviews Airlive AirView-2000 WiFi projector server

Multimedia, casing, and cooling

  1. Hardware Secrets reviews HiVi Swans D1080MKII speakers
  2. X-bit labs review Razer Lachesis gaming mouse
  3. Dan’s Data meets the pinnacle of mouse mat technology
  4. XtremeComputing reviews TN Games FPS Vest
  5. DriverHeaven reviews Hiper Anubis case
  6. Tech-Reviews on Cooler Master Cosmos S case
  7. TweakTown reviews Thermaltake BlacX SE SATA to USB dock
  8. X-bit labs review Cooler Master Hyper Z600

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