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Wednesday August 31, 2005

[H]ardNews 9th Edition

ECS KN1 SLI Extreme:

PCPerspective has just reviewed the ECS KN1 SLI Extreme socket 939 motherboard today. You’ll definitely want to read the review if an nForce 4 SLi upgrade is in your future. Our thoughts on this board can be found here.

The KN1 SLI Extreme is a lot more impressive than the KN1 thanks to a better overclocking experience. The price, connectivity, and accessories are its strongest assets and should really give the competition something to worry about.

GeForce 7800GTX Round-Up:

There is a round-up of GeForce 7800GTX video cards over at T-Break that is worth checking out. The round-up features cards from MSI, Gigabyte and Leadtek.

There’s really no denying that the 7800GTX rules in terms of performance at the moment. Couple it with another one in SLI and you have a screaming fast solution that can take anything at the moment.

ECS Editor’s Day:

The crew at ViperLair have posted their coverage of the ECS Editor’s Day event. Check out our coverage here.

We began the meetings with an introductory speech by the CEO See See Lo. See See welcomed the group, and went over a bit about Elitegroup's current status, including the ECS USA and PCChips merger, as well as some of the things we could look forward to as a community.

IDF Fall Wrap:

For an informative wrap up of IDF Fall 2005 be sure to click on over to The Tech Report and see what Dr. Damage and the crew had to say about the event.

Not only did Intel announce a new, common processor microarchitecture that promises higher performance and lower power consumption than the current Pentium 4 and its derivatives, but the CPU maker also outlined a broad range of initiatives for reducing power consumption while boosting performance.