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Crucial Ballistix DDR3-2000 2GB Dual Channel Memory Kit Review

@ 2008/06/26 read/post comments(0)
Yes, you read the title correctly, DDR3-2000. Isn't that incredible, that memory operating speed has climbed that high in such a short time? Think about it, one year ago, we were beginning to see the first DDR2-1066 modules being released.… Go To Full Article

PR: SATA HDD Multi-Function Dock with One Touch Backup

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This SATA HDD Dock allows you to plug any 2.5" or 3.5" SATA Harddisk to your computer via USB port. The One Touch Backup function is the best solution as users can easily backup files and data from… Go To Full Article

Shuttle KPC K45 Barebones System Review

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I've had this KPC for a month now. Maybe longer, actually. This review has seen setback after setback: I've had entirely too grand a time playing with this little Linux wonder to really bother with writing. Sure, it's got drawbacks--big… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte GA-EP31-DS3L Motherboard

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We took a look on GA-EP31-DS3L, a motherboard from Gigabyte based on Intel P31 chipset targeted to the mainstream market, coming with a lot of features and a relatively low cost. Check it out Go To Full Article

In Win PowerMan Commander 1200W Modular Power Supply Review

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In Win, purveyor of many fine cases which ThinkComputers reviewed throughout the years, recently burst into the power supply market with its PowerMan line of high-wattage units. Decorated like military hardware and supplying 1200 or 1500 watts of sweet, sweet… Go To Full Article

Zalman LQ1000 Z-Machine Hybrid Liquid Review

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Water Cooling has always been a quite complex part of the computer industry and in the past, only extreme hardware enthusiasts have undertaken it. It’s a long process of buying water-cooling parts singly and them modifying your case to fit… Go To Full Article

Zerotherm Zen FZ120

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As we all know, processors are getting faster and as a by-product produce far more heat than they have in years past. Many of us remember the days when there was simply a small heatsink on top of a processor… Go To Full Article

Zerotherm Zen FZ120 CPU Cooler

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The Zerotherm Zen FZ120 is a conventional, high performance, tower heatsink — it has four U-shaped heatpipes, tightly packed fins, and a 120mm PWM fan attached via wire clips. It sports a few curves and contours reminiscent of the BTF80/BTF90… Go To Full Article

Patriot Memory Launches the DASH, a New Capless USB Drive

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Patriot Memory Launches the DASH, a New Capless USB Drive Fremont, California, USA, June 24, 2008 - Patriot Memory, a global provider of premium memory module and flash memory solutions, launched their latest addition to… Go To Full Article

Gainward goes ATI

@ 2008/06/26 read/post comments(0)
Gainward is going to announce reference designed HD 4850 and HD 4870 cards. We have seen this happen when Nvidia launched its 8-series cards, and this time it's the other way around. Let's just hope, for Nvidia's sake, that Gainward… Go To Full Article

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