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ATI Radeon HD 3870/3850 @ PC Perspective
DailyTech's roundup of hardware reviews from around the web for Thursday

ATI Radeon HD 3870/3850
@ PC Perspective
@ AnandTech
@ Hot Hardware
@ TweakTown
@ Hardware Canucks
@ Legion Hardware
@ Elite Bastards
@ Technic3D
@ Legit Reviews
@ OCC
@ NGOHQ
@ The Tech Report
@ Chile Hardware

Motherboards
Abit IP35 Pro @ Trusted Reviews

Video
Galaxy 8600GE Overclocking @ Madshrimps
MSI NX-8600GTS-T2D256E-HD-OC @ CDR Info
Gigabyte GV-NX86S256H @ CDR Info
AMD ATI TV Wonder 650 Combo PCIe x1 @ 3dGameMan

Cases
SilverStone TJ10 Case @ motherboards.org

Cooling
Thermaltake Bigwater 760i @ CDR Info
SilverStone TJ09 @ Overclockers Online

Storage
Vantec EZ Swap EX and NexStar SX Hard Drive Enclosures @ Laptop Logic
OCZ ATV Turbo Flash 4GB Drive @ Virtual-Hideout
Seagate Barracuda 2TB RAID 0 @ Auphanonline
Pioneer BDC-S02BK DVD Recorder @ CDR Info



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I thought 1680x1050 needed its own thread
By PAPutzback on 11/15/2007 2:16:15 PM , Rating: 2
I just bought a Samsung 22 Widescreen the other day and I am amazed at how hard it is to find benchmarks for one of the more popular resolutions. Come on Anandtech. Shirley you have a 22 inch widescreen monitor there.




RE: I thought 1680x1050 needed its own thread
By PAPutzback on 11/15/2007 2:29:38 PM , Rating: 2
And according to Steam surveys...

Steam Hardware Survey Results
Steam has updated its hardware survey board and the results are rather interesting. According to the reported data, the majority of Steam users have 2,048.0 Kbps or higher network speed, run single core processors, Intel being the current favorite with processor speeds over 2.6GHz being the most popular. NVIDIA is by far the favorite video card and 22” monitors and above seems to be the preference with the steam crowd. Interesting stuff, go have a look for yourself. Thanks to [H] reader Edward Cabarles for the linkage.


By EnzoFX on 11/15/2007 6:02:44 PM , Rating: 3
1680x1050 is slightly less pixels than 1600x1200
whenever i wanna get an idea of what a game would run on my monitor, i refer to said res. its a more than adequate estimate. Lastly, i'd assume there are more 20" monitors with 1680x1050 res, than 22", which i preffer, better dot pitch for me.


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