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This has to be one of the most innovative cases for a long time but like to full article brings out, the design has come a full circle and borrows something from the earlier models...


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Perhaps they are trying to equate their products with the beauty of the models. Whatever it is, it is a great opportunity for us, photographers, to capture the beauty of these models. So here we present the best of the models at Computex Taipei 2008!

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:.Coolermaster Silent Pro M500, M600 and M700 @ Rbmods
If this PSU can perform well I think we might see the feature of power supplies in todays review. The flat cables for example make the case look nicer and increases airflow while the single 12V rail should work both for casual users and heavy overclockers.


:.QNAP TS-409 Pro Turbo NAS @ virtual-hideout
For my own introduction to Qnap, they have sent the TS-409 pro. It is a 4 bay NAS, with all those basics I've just mentioned. The guts of it are powered by a 500MHZ CPU, with 256MB of ram, and 8MB of flash memory for the operating system. 500 Mhz might not seem like a lot these days, but the low power usage, optimized design is more than enough when you pair it up with a custom light Linux installation.


:.NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280 Compute Video Card @ Benchmark Reviews
Both the GTX 280 and GTX 260 products position themselves at the very highest segment of the GeForce product line. NVIDIA Estimates that the GeForce GTX 280 will be introduced at $649, while the similarly powerful GeForce GTX 260 will enter the $399 price point. If the competition ever had a very good reason to be concerned with their future, it would be right now.

:.GeForce GTX 280 @ Hardware Secrets
GeForce GTX 280, which is being released today, is the new high-end graphics processing unit from nVidia. In this review we are going to compare its performance with other high-end video cards we had available, namely the GeForce 9800 GX2, the GeForce 9800 GTX, the Radeon HD 3870 X2 and the Radeon HD 3870. Is this new video card really the fastest in the market today? Check it out.

:.GeForce GTX 200 series technology preview @ Elite Bastards
Starting out with the basics, the GT200 core is manufactured using the tried and trusted 65 nanometre process, the same as that used for G92. This does, however, make it ripe for a 55 nanometre die shrink at some unspecified point in the future, just as the 90 nanometre G80 was shrunk into what became the 65 nanometre G92. The GT200 chip makes use of a massive 1.4 billion transistors, eclipsing the 681 million transistors used by G80, and leaving us with a whopping huge GPU die of around 576mm2.

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