Razer Teamed Up With Who?!?!?!?

"Razer Teamed Up With Who?!?!?!?"

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Yes, you are reading that correctly. Razer has teamed up with Microsoft and the two have recently announced their first creation, the Habu laser gaming mouse. Melding the technology of Razer's Copperhead and the comfort of Microsoft's ergonomic design, this should be an interesting thing to look out for.

And that's not all. It seems that this is only the first of possibly several Razer/Microsoft products to come as they will soon be announcing another co-branded product.

The Habu is set to be released in October of this year with a projected retail price of $69.95.

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26-08-2006, 14:22:41

ive just got hold of a skt A system, i have several sktA motherboards, one of which is pretty modable, currently i have an athlon 1700 in it but im looking for something that will oc to buggery. anyone know a good SktA cpu, preferable mobile and with unlockable multiplyer that i can get hold of for cheap?

26-08-2006, 14:52:25

Abit NF7-S, DFI Infinity or Lanparty nF2-Ultra, or MSI K7N2 Delta-ILSR.

(In that order...)

26-08-2006, 15:26:36

*whispers*pssst NickS, theyre motherboards

26-08-2006, 16:46:20

Rofl, my suggestion would be to take alook at the Guide on Socket A. The AXP 2600+ is a beauty.

26-08-2006, 17:12:00

OOps.. :p

My 1800+ gets a 600MHz OC on midrange AXP air. :)

26-08-2006, 17:53:46


Rofl, my suggestion would be to take alook at the Guide on Socket A. The AXP 2600+ is a beauty.

yea but then ill be paying a fair bit see. is that volt modded atall NickS?

26-08-2006, 19:21:47

*chants* Barton! Barton! Barton!

27-08-2006, 02:33:57


*chants* Barton! Barton! Barton!

Hell yeah :D XP 2500 or 2600 It has a nice low multiplier and therefore gives the highest potential for maximum bandwidth if paired up with the correct memory. This will run any application you throw at it, and will do some tasks better than a P4 due to its shorter integer pipeline. :)

27-08-2006, 02:36:13

PV 2500+ can mod to 3200+ :P

27-08-2006, 02:45:29

Ah yeppers, thank you for the headsup :)

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