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The Eagle and Child (or Bird & Babe as we call it) is a bit rubbish now and I'm sorry to say - always full of American tourists(!) which keeps the locals out...
The University/Pitt Rivers museum (they are in the same building) are definitely worth a look - and I can't believe that no-one has mentioned the Ashmolean, which has just been re-done and is an astounding museum - world class really.
Thanks to the person who mentioned the Steampunk exhibition - I'm going to have to go and check that out myself!
The M series is a rebadge of the 1st-gen X-25M and the V uses the crappy JMicron controller (albeit slightly modified to prevent some of the worse problems seen with that)
Probably the best Kingston to consider is the V+ (not very imaginative with their names are they?) which uses the superior Samsung controller - basically the same as the Corsair P-series, OCZ Summit Series and Samsung’s own PM series.
The other (better in my IMO) option are the SSDs using the Indilinx controller, such as the Patriot Torqx, OCZ Vertex and G.Skill Falcon series - these do support TRIM and Indilinx will support with future firmware updates. As far as I know Kingston does not offer their own version of this, maybe due to its close relationship with Intel in the SSD market?
general US policy will change to "we want to work together to resolve this in everyone's best interests where possible. and PS, FUCK YOU".
There, fixed that for you
Top 5 Games benchmarks only
Plus one other title of their choosing
No other benchmarks period
No acoustic measurements
No power measurements
No PhysX testing or benchmarks
This is as stated by one of those sites that got a sneak peek