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Next-gen mobile GeForce surfaces in Taiwan stores

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Acer's AS8920G-933GG32B is part of the company’s Gemstone series and aimed at home users. This massive notebook features an 18.4" LCD screen, an Intel Core 2 Duo T9300 (clocked at 2.5 GHz) processor, 3 GB DDR2-667 memory, a 320 GB… Go To Full Article

Intel launches cheap solid state disk drives

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Intel has begun offering NAND flash-based solid state disk drives (SSDs) for mobile Internet devices (MIDs) and entry-level desktop and notebook computers, referred to as Nettops and netbooks. They might not offer a whole lot of capacity, but they are… Go To Full Article

Intel intros Diamondville CPU, 4-series chipsets

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Intel is rolling out the second wave of Atom processors at Computex 2008 – one CPU for Netbooks and one for Nettops. Both are based on the Diamondville single-core, a slightly modified version of the original Silverthorne chip. Intel also… Go To Full Article

GeForce GTX 280 Up and Running - GPU-Z Captured

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We have spotted a system running GeForce GTX 280 at Computex and we took some screenshots on its 3D settings and GPU-Z. There aren't any gaming benchmarks installed in the machine though. Go To Full Article

Thermaltake Purepower RX 600W

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The Thermaltake Purepower RX 600W is certainly a capable power supply that did a good job on delivering on its name sake of "pure" power as the DC Output quality on the minor rails was absolutely outstanding as was the… Go To Full Article

Real Intel Atom (1.6GHz) Benchmarks

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The first result sets our expectations: a 1.6GHz Atom is around 10% faster than an 800MHz Pentium M. Early data Intel shared with us indicated that the 1.6GHz Atom should be around 20% faster than an 800MHz Dothan, so we're… Go To Full Article

GIGABYTE GeForce 9600GT TurboForce 512MB

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How can you not love the 9600GT? It’s everywhere. It seems that every company is making at least five different versions of the card; stock clocked, overclocked, 512MB, 1GB, active cooling, passive cooling, dual slot, single slot, HDMI, Display Port,… Go To Full Article

Intel 4-Series Chipsets: G43, G45, P45

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Intel's next-generation chipset offerings in the mid-range and enterprise-level markets have arrived in the form of three mid-range offerings in Intel's 4-Series of chipsets, including two with integrated DirectX 10 IGPs. In this article, we'll lay out the differences, and… Go To Full Article

Corsair TX750W Review

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Carefully opening the power supply and lifting the top reveals the 140mm Yate Loon fan. This fan is rated at 2800 RPM, 140 CFM and 48.5dBA at 12 volts. An awful lot of airflow and high noise penalty as well.… Go To Full Article

A first look at P45 and G45 chipsets

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The P45 appears to be a decent chipset, however at this time it does not seem to provide any "earthshaking" advantages over the P35 it replaces. Go To Full Article

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