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Apple plans on using NVIDIA chipset for next Macbook

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The evidence has been mounting over the past weeks and now I can say with reasonable assuredness that future Apple notebooks, among other products, will likely have NVIDIA chipsets and graphics solutions in them come this fall. … Go To Full Article

Power your PC with photovoltaic window panes

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Solar power and windows coupled together are perfect technologies for generating energy. Recently, Japanese manufacturer Nihon Telecommunication Systems has come up with a way to maximize on this partnership. The company is preparing to release a solar windowpane that has… Go To Full Article

Create a Shortcut to the Stored User Names and Passwords Dialog in Windows

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If you've ever saved a password when connecting to a website that requires authentication, for a remote desktop session or a mapped drive, you might have wondered where those passwords are saved. If you are a long time reader, you… Go To Full Article

Foxconn Black Ops Motherboard: Raw, Unadulterated Power

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Okay, so the Black Ops itself is not going to be the cure for ever-increasing high-end hardware costs; let's hope upcoming or future products will fulfill that role. We look at the Black Ops as more of a statement product… Go To Full Article

Crucial Ballistix Tracer 4GB DDR2 Memory Kit

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For the power hungry overclocker and the bling-happy enthusiast, Benchmark Reviews brings you a review of Crucial Technology's 4GB Ballistix Tracer DDR2-800 kit (BL2KIT25664AR80A). Outfitted with red LEDs, tight timings, and EPP settings that go up to DDR2-1000, could the… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake DuOrb CPU Cooler Review

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The Thermaltake DuOrb CPU Cooler provides more than just CPU cooling. The dual fan design cools the entirety of the upper portion of the motherboard in addition to the CPU. The DuOrb includes double-sided radiant heatpipes disperse the heat through… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake Thoughpower 1500 W Power Supply

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Thermaltake Thoughpower 1500 W is probably the most power PC power supply in the world – so powerful that it can't be sold in the USA, as it is over the maximum allowed power for household appliances set by the… Go To Full Article

OCZ Announces the "Win with the nia" Contest

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OCZ Announces the "Win with the nia" Contest OCZ Technology Group, Inc (LSE: OCZ)., a worldwide leader in innovative ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, components, and systems, today announced its latest contest, “Win with… Go To Full Article

Intel Dothan (Pentium M 760) beats VIA Nano and Intel Atom

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The Nano L2100 and Atom 230 take very different paths to completing the task with almost the same amount of energy consumed. The Atom takes quite a bit longer finishing, but keeps its power draw vastly lower as it works.… Go To Full Article

How to Use the SPDIF Output from Sound Blaster X-Fi Sound Cards

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Creative Labs has always been one of the most popular manufacturers of sound cards and Sound Blaster X-Fi is their current series of add-on sound cards. Due to the massive amount of readers asking us how to use the digital… Go To Full Article

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