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Debunking Power Supply Myths

@ 2008/10/08 read/post comments(0)
Anyone building a computer system should eventually pose the question: How much power does the system actually require? This is an important consideration, since it's impossible to choose an appropriate power supply without actually knowing the demands of your system.… Go To Full Article

Intel Xeon 7460: Six Cores to Bulldoze Opteron

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The upcoming Intel Nehalem CPU has been in the spotlight for months now. In contrast and despite the huge die size and 1.9 billion (!) transistors, the 6-core Xeon 74xx is a wallflower for both the public as Intel's marketing.… Go To Full Article

The Radeon HD 4870 1GB: The Card to Get

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The Radeon HD 4870 1GB is a better buy than both the GTX 260 and core 216 variant. AMD says MSRP is between $280 and $300, and a quick look at Google shows us that the Sapphire Radeon HD 4870… Go To Full Article

ATI Radeon HD 4350 and 4550: Great HTPC Solutions

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But Can You Really Game on Them? So the short answer to this quesiton is not really. If you want to play casual games or older games, you'll be fine. Generally, you don't even have to run… Go To Full Article

Antec Signature 650W Power Supply

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In May, Antec sent us the 850W version of their Signature series, which delivered quite an impressive performance. They now have a smaller 650W model, and we wanted to test it and see how it compares to its "big brother".… Go To Full Article

Zalman CNPS9300 AT CPU Cooler Review

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Zalman is primarily known for their kick *** CPU coolers. The CNPS9300 AT is no exception to this. With a unique patented `figure 8' heatpipe design this cooler uses the cooling of four heatpipes in only two. The CNPS affix… Go To Full Article

MSI Radeon HD 4670 Graphics Card

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Today we find ourselves once again looking at one of the new mid-range ATI based graphics cards. The particular card we’re looking at today is the HD 4670 which impressed us at launch just the other week. … Go To Full Article

Lian-Li Silent Force 750W Review

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The Lian-Li Silent Force 750W will provide what most PC users want, stable rails with low noise, up to its rated maximum power. The efficiency, although very good, is borderline as far as 80 Plus certification is concerned and at… Go To Full Article

ATI Radeon HD 4670 Video Card Review

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The HD 4670 is a great card for what it was designed for. The ability to run every game out there especially those supporting DX10.1 means that the HD 4670 will play games with the full features turned on if… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte EP45-T Extreme Review

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On one hand, it ran fine with up to 500MHz (2000MHz) FSB with few changes other than Vcore and Vfsb being bumped to 1.45V and 1.4V respectively, as long as the DDR3 timings were left at "Auto" and no attempt… Go To Full Article

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