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Intel Nehalem Preview @ AnandTech
DailyTech's roundup of hardware reviews from around the web for Thursday

Processors
Intel Nehalem Preview @ AnandTech
Intel Core 2 Duo 45nm Wolfdale vs. 65nm Conroe @ TechSpot

Motherboards
Gigabyte MA-790FX-DS5 @ motherboards.org

Memory
Kingston HyperX KHX9200D2K2/2G 2GB DDR2 RAM Kit @ Trusted Reviews

Video
BFG Tech GeForce 9600GT OC2 @ TweakTown
BFG 8800 GT OCX w/ ThermoIntelligence Video Card @ I4U
PNY Verto GeForce 9600 GT Video Card @ Legit Reviews

Displays
Dell Ultrasharp 2408WFP 24" Widescreen LCD @ HotHardware.com
Samsung SyncMaster 2253LW @ bit-tech

Cases
Sigma Unicorn Mid-Tower Case @ OCIA.net

Cooling
Thermaltake Bigwater 760i Liquid Cooling System @ ThinkComputers.org
Noctua NH-C12P @ Legion Hardware

Power Supplies
Tuniq Miniplant 950W @ OCC

Storage
Super Talent MasterDrive MX 60GB SATA-II SSD @ Legit Reviews
LG BE06 External Blu-ray Burner @ gadget zone

Networking
QNAP NVR-1012 Wireless Network Surveillance Kit @ BmR

Peripherals
Razer Mako 2.1 Speaker System @ TheTechLounge
KEF KHT2005.3 5.1 Speaker System @ Trusted Reviews


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RE: Nehalem
By Silver2k7 on 6/6/2008 6:54:20 AM , Rating: 2
Actually most of my upgrades have been new cpu+mobo+memory, sometimes you can re-use the memory.

Right now ive got a 3.0Ghz core2duo, so well there are an upgrade path to a quadcore avalible.. but was planning to wait for a 3.0Ghz or faster quad.. might go for Nehalem instead..


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