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Kingston Announces USB 3.0 HyperX SSD and 64GB SDXC Memory Card. - FrostyTech.com Kingston Announces USB 3.0 HyperX SSD and 64GB SDXC Memory Card.
Tue Jun 08, 2010 | 12:10P| PermaLink
With data getting bigger every day, from photos to videos and to even applications, manufacturers needed to come out with faster solutions for backing up your data. This is where Kingston comes in with their External USB 3.0 HyperX SSDs. For video enthusiasts like me, the fastest and most affordable solution till now was an external firewire based hard drive, but now with the new HyperX SSD from Kingston, the write and read speeds will be 3x-4x faster then what we have seen so far, making backing up data much faster and enjoyable. On the following pictures, we see the USB 3.0 HyperX SSDs as well as some tests. The first test on the left with the blue results shows the read and write speeds of the new external HyperX SSD running through the new USB 3.0 interface, while the results shown in green are showing the results on a USB 2.0 interface. We can see a tremendous speed increase just by using USB 3.0. So this means that the Kingston HyperX SSDs will be also compatible with USB 2.0 in case the user did not get a chance to upgrade their system yet.
FULL STORY @ BJORN3D
(http://www.bjorn3d.com/read.php?cID=1875)

Lamptron FC-2, FC-3, and FAN-ATIC Fan Controllers - FrostyTech.com Lamptron FC-2, FC-3, and FAN-ATIC Fan Controllers
Thu Jun 04, 2009 | 7:37P| PermaLink
When you pay hundreds of dollars or even thousands for a gaming pc, you expect quality. That includes not having your machine sound like a sad excuse for a vacuum cleaner. Fans are a critical component in any machine, cooling your vital components and allowing for optimal performance. Unfortunately, typical stock fans or any fan short of the expensive ones often sound noisy at full power. This is the point where you pick up a fan controller, a device that in truth, controls the amount of power your fans get. Using one of these gadgets allows for minute adjustments in fan speed, allowing for a perfect balance of noise as well as cooling. Now, fan controllers are an age old pc accessory, but that doesn’t stop manufacturers from trying to perfect the technology. Lamptron has cooked up three different iterations of this tech, and graciously sent us one of each to tinker with.
FULL STORY @ LANOC
(http://lanoc.org/reviews/lamptron-fc-2-fc-3-and-fan-atic-fan-controllers/)


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