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OCZ PC2-9200 Flex II DDR2 Series – World’s Fastest 4GB kit, and it uses DDR2

OCZ PC2-9200 Flex II DDR2 Series – World’s Fastest 4GB kit, and it uses DDR2

I wouldn’t even think of overclocking these DDR2-1150 memory chips considering they already require the use of an intense system of metal fins to dissipate heat and water cooling seems to be highly recommended with two lines going in and two going out of each stick’s processor-worthy heatsink. If you absolutely have to be on the bleeding edge of technology and you haven’t already switched to a board with DDR3 on it, these are the chips for you.

OLPC – the newest target of overclocking

OLPC – the newest target of overclocking

I thought for sure this guide was going to involve DIP switches when I read that this computer only has a 433MHz processor. But it didn’t, its all software, or more precisely, firmware based.

The requirements are quite low too, you must have an OLPC, you must have a developer key or have disabled security prior to this hack, and you must be perfectly OK with bricking your OLPC if you screw up. The upside is that there is at least one report of someone overclocking their OLPC to 566/233 without having any issues such as system instability or overheating.

[Photo Credit: Aaron]

Digital/Analog clock blurs the line between the two

Digital/Analog clock blurs the line between the two

This clock is digital in the way that it uses the 7-segment digit design to tell time, but its analog in the way that those segments are presented. The clock is made from Corian and wood and when it changes the time, it raises and lowers pieces of the digit to make it 3D.

NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GT by XFX reviewed

NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GT by XFX reviewed

Sadly this isn’t a review done by us, but it scored high earning 9.0 out of 10 by the person who did review it. In case you haven’t been paying attention, the 9600 GT has been thrown around for quite sometime now, but today NVIDIA finally officially released it and ASUS and XFX were there with cards ready.

Wireless Wii sensor bar has clock built in

Wireless Wii sensor bar has clock built in

With this new wireless Wii sensor bar you get the benefit of a wireless sensor bar, but if you wind up leaving it setting on top of your TV anyways, it has a secondary useful function, telling time. This way you can tell how much of your life you wasted playing your Wii.

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