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G.Skill Announces TITAN SATA II 2.5” Solid State Drive Available in 128GB and 256GB C

@ 2009/01/07 read/post comments(0)
G.Skill Announces TITAN SATA II 2.5” Solid State Drive Available in 128GB and 256GB Capacities G.Skill International Co. Ltd., a world leader in extreme performance memory with solid quality, today unveiled the G.SKILL Titan SATA… Go To Full Article

ThermoLab Baram CPU Cooler Review

@ 2009/01/07 read/post comments(0)
The Baram CPU cooler made a strong first impression for ThermoLab and what they are capable of... I hope to see more products from them in the future. The cooler performed quite well during testing, and for those interested in… Go To Full Article

Sapphire Toxic HD4870 1GB DDR5 Review

@ 2009/01/07 read/post comments(0)
Sapphire continues to be innovative and brings new cards to the open market for consumers to pick. Expanding the Toxic family is the 4870 1GB DDR5 card, utilizing 3 heatpipes as part of the advanced Vapor-X cooler. The Go To Full Article

Hiper Type R II 680W PSU

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We love the fact Hiper has tried to do something different - an actually useful box, a different cable routing style, a unique look, a USB hub with some ports and a different airflow dynamic: all of which deserve credit,… Go To Full Article

Kingston Triple Channel 1333MHz 6GB Memory Kit

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Intel not only knows how to push its own technologies, but also how to push the market forward; this with the exception of the RDRAM debacle, but let’s not dwell on that now. For the last five years Intel has… Go To Full Article

PR: MSI Media Live Diva, Welcome to the HTPC Revolution!

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MSI introduces its latest HTPC motherboard: MSI Media Live DIVA. Users now no longer need to expand the traditional external audio amplifier. The Media Live Diva supports ATI Avivo™ HD image processing technology and UVD decode engine which provides 1080P… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master Hyper Z600 Black Label Heatsink Review

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As far as tower heatsinks go, the 1161 gram Cooler Master Hyper Z600 Black Label heatsink is a heavy beast, but it's also one of the few CPU coolers that can be used passively on certain processors. The cross shape… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master Stacker 832 SE

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Cooler Master has been known for filling the market with top notch enclosures, power supplies and general PC accessories. There isn’t really a trend when it comes down to desktop department. However, it’s safe to say geeks favor a clean… Go To Full Article

Sapphire Radeon HD 4870 TOXIC 1GB video card review

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As per Sapphire's 512MB TOXIC variant, Sapphire have chosen to up both core and memory clocks to the same degree on the Radeon HD 4870 TOXIC 1GB. The board's RV770 core gets a very modest rise of just 30MHz to… Go To Full Article

Apple launches revolutionary, keyboard-free laptop

@ 2009/01/06 read/post comments(6)
"Senior Product Innovator" Brian Gilman rightfully points out, "Nothing is more simple than a single, giant button." Reportedly, the 8GB MacBook Wheel will cost $2,599, and the 40GB model will start at a slightly pricier $9,960. Go To Full Article

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