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Wednesday, 16 May 2007 23:25

Rydermark has arived

Written by Slobodan Simic

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HW Round-up: R600 at 1,230MHz too hot for LN2

 
The guys over at TweakTown got their hands on RyderMark Beta 2 and did a little preview of it. You can check it out here.

Our friends at OCWorkbench have been very busy, they reviewed the Gigabyte P35C-DS3R Intel P35 DDR2/DDR3 mainboard that support COMBO memory DIMM slots - both DDR2 and DDR3, and prepared an article on DDR3 and what it will bring about with the upcoming Bearlake P35 chipsets. You can check out the Gigabyte's motherboard here, and you can find their DDR3 article here.

The guys at NordicHardware pushed an R600 to 1,230MHz, but haven't reached its frequency limit, just the limit of their cooling solution. Liquid nitrogen has been used and the card was simply too hot for further overclocking. You can check out more here, and below is a picture of their Radeon HD 2900XT that is about to be cooled by liquid nitrogen.

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Our colleagues at Overclockers Club reviewed the Plantronics Audio 550 DSP headset. They wanted to find out if the Plantronics Audio 550 DSP headset can put your head into the game so that you can play the game how it’s supposed to be played. You can check it out here.

The guys over at Techgage took a closer look at Microsoft Reclusa gaming keyboard, yet another team effort from Razer and Microsoft. You can check it out here.

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