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NVIDIA Uses Cartoons to Harass Intel

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NVIDIA and Intel, two of the electronics industry's largest veteran powers, have never been too warm or close. Recently, the pair can't seem to stop stepping on each other's toes. The pair's troubles started last year with NVIDIA releasing its… Go To Full Article

Biostar TPower I55: Uniquely Interesting LGA1156 Mainboard

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New platforms, chipsets, processor sockets and processors do not appear too often. After every announcement like that we try to test as many processor and mainboard models as we possibly can, so that our readers could have the most extensive… Go To Full Article

Getting Started with TrueCrypt (to Secure Your Data)

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BitLocker is a hard drive encryption utility in Windows 7 and Vista, unfortunately it’s only available in Ultimate and Enterprise editions and not in XP at all. Today we take a look at TrueCrypt, which is a free utility that… Go To Full Article

Could low-power 'Fusion' CPUs be built on a 40-nm bulk process?

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The last AMD roadmap we saw described Ontario, a 32-nm "accelerated processing unit" with two cores, 1MB of cache, support for DDR3 memory, and a built-in graphics processor. We haven't heard much about this future product since then, but today,… Go To Full Article

Spire Launches CoolNess Laptop Cooler

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Spire has announced the CoolNess Laptop Cooler, targeting mobile users who require an efficient thermal solution for their laptops. Measuring 326 x 268 x 27mm and weighing only 255g, the plastic CoolNess Laptop Cooler is equipped with a 200mm fan… Go To Full Article

ATI's next generation in 28nm?

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It looks like ATI’s next generation graphics that could hopefully appear in late 2010 will be developed in the 28nm process. This might be the first chip developed for both TSMC and Globalfoundries. Globalfoundries hopes to have its 28nm bulk… Go To Full Article

Chieftec BL-01B PC Case Review

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Today we get to look at a unique case, one that I’ve never seen before. The Chieftec BL-01B is a case that allows you to mount a 19”-24” monitor right on it! Its L-Type design allows the case to use… Go To Full Article

NVIDIA PhysX Performance Tests

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At the conclusion of our tests we can easily see a progression of how PhysX has been implemented in different games and how those implementations can vary dramatically not only in effects but in required hardware. Some games worked best… Go To Full Article

Ultra X4 750 Watt Power Supply Giveaway

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As we all know, Halloween has come and gone, but that doesn't mean the fun has to end! That being said, we want to see your Halloween costume! Once you are registered, simply post a photo of yourself sporting your… Go To Full Article

Kingston HyperX KHX1600C9D3K2/4G Memory Review

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The Kingston HyperX KHX1600C9D3K2/4G kit of memory impressed me with its performance and quality, but one issue I did run into was stability. I had to set the voltage to the maximum required setting of 1.9v at all times to… Go To Full Article

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