Overclock3D's Weekly Review Roundup - 08/06/08

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Overclock3D's Weekly Review Roundup - 08/06/08
 
Every week Overclock3D's news mailbox is spammed full of content from partner sites around the globe. Even with a dedicated team of 50 news posters we just cant keep up! So here's a round-up of the best bits we've received over the past week:
 
Razer Destructor reviewed
Over the years there has been a ton of changes in the gaming industry, technology has evolved faster than your wallet could follow. So did the market for newer and better mouse pads. Another addition to the already very crowded mouse pad industry is the Destructor Mouse pad from Razer. Razer, which we all know for their gaming mice and accessories have been busy trying to get ground in every aspect connected to gaming and they've done pretty well so far. Let's see what this mouse pad has to offer. - 
BurnOutPC
 
Stalker: Clear Sky: More than 10 minutes video footage
After the release of brand new DX10 powered screenshots, now it's time for some impressive DirectX 10 video footage from Stalker: Clear Sky.
pcghx
 
Airlive AirView-2000 WiFi Projector Server
The AirView-2000 can stream your Windows desktop or favorite video to the device through any normal 54 MBit wireless network. So there are no cables to tie you down and you may walk around freely with your tablet PC or notebook during a presentation or at school & university. - techPowerUp
 
Cooler Master Centurion 590
Our first impressions on this case were: it is going to be drafty in there. That thought was a consequence of large number of ventilation openings for fan mounting. Case itself is build of steel and aluminum side panels and final fabrication is very well done. Design of this case is simple and elegant. Front panel is built of aluminum and quality plastics with edges that blend perfectly. Large part of front mask is covered with 5.25" drive bay covers. There is additional 3.5" drive bay cover for users that use floppy drive or internal card readers. - InsideHW
 
Play World of Warcraft for Free with WoWscape
But one game heralded the age of MMORPG, and still remains at the top. The World of Warcraft. It has the power to engulf your mind in a world of fantasy creatures and fantastic worlds. With several races to choose from and over a million players from around the world logging in to battle, Warcraft has staked its claim as the leader in online gaming. And you too can experience their World, for a mere $15.00 per month, plus the cost of the game. - [OC]ModShop
 
ASUS P5Q Pro
ASUS Company is well known for launching motherboards based on Intel chipsets that are among first few that appear on the market. Strong partnership between Intel and Asus become very obvious and as a result of good collaboration between them, ASUS made Asus P5Q Pro motherboard based on new Intel's logic controller under the name of P45. Before any further information about this motherboard, we'll first make a glance at new chipset and its possibilities... - InsideHW
  
Interview with David Makin / Palit Multimedia
In our interview with David Makin from Palit Multimedia we learned about recent US activities of the company and how Palit is working on increasing their market share. Also David talks about his personal background and how he made it into the Industry. - techPowerUp
 
 
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05-06-2008, 13:56:49

Bondi007
I have the XFX 680i LT motherboard and I was just wondering what is the difference between the 680i LT and the 680i, The price is alot dearer for the standard 680i so they must be some difference..... is they?


Cheers
Bondi :p

05-06-2008, 14:14:51

darkorb
the LT is green, is missing the 3rd PCI-E slot ( you will never use it) and it is missing the booting little display screen on the board. ALso the bios is toned down, the amount of volts and options are minimal compared to the 680i (although it is totally fine, im fine with mine :D )

05-06-2008, 15:13:28

Bondi007
Great board indeed thanks for the quick reply :)
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