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OCZ ModXStream 780W Power Supply

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One of the early participants in the modular movement, OCZ's ModStream line brought detachable cables to their PSU lineup. Lacking the overall power of it's wired brothers made it ill-suited for high end setups, but the same… Go To Full Article

Intel Pentium E2140/2160 and C2D 6320/6420

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NetBurst is already history, whereas the Core architecture is the very high-end of CPU offer nowadays, but still Intel decided to resurrect Pentium and give it another shot. Pentium E2000 processors have only 1MB of L2 cache,… Go To Full Article

Six 900W to 1100W Power Supplies Tested

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None of the PSUs we've looked at are perfect, even the recommended Tagan comes short by not including the 8-pin PCI-Express connectors and as stated, even the perfectly featured Enermax is noisy, heavy and physically huge. Virtually all the tests… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3P Motherboard

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Evolution is the driving force behind change. It's what causes all forms of life to evolve in order to survive in their environment. The recently released P35 chipset is the next step in Northbridge evolution and Intel's answer to a… Go To Full Article

HIS ICEQ3 Radeon X1950 Pro 256Meg PCI Express Videocard

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This videocard has more or less everything that a gamer needs other than a sufficient amount of onboard memory. Although this card looks great, comes with a complete hardware bundle and software package with a full version game, it all… Go To Full Article

[M] NVIDIA Low Budget 7300 GT vs 8500 GT Comparison

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When we finished our first round of testing with the PNY 7300 GT DDR2 and 8500 GT DDR2 we came to the conclusion that the 7300 GT was only able to keep up with the newer card if we overclocked… Go To Full Article

Belkin N1 Wireless Router, Desktop, Notebook, and USB Cards

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When I was asked to review the full slate of N1 MIMO products from Belkin, I was excited. First, because my wireless setup was admittedly getting a little old, but second, because I had heard good things about Belkin, and… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake Mozart VC4000 HTPC Case

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The Mozart name implies style and grace, and the Mozart home theater PC case certainly offers elegant styling. But is its beauty only skin deep? Here's an in-depth look at this popular home theater PC case from Thermaltake. Go To Full Article

A brief hands-on with the Intel Classmate PC (with Linux)

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Ars Technica recently got its hands on the new Intel Classmate laptop computer, one of the new projects competing for a share of school-aged computer users in developing countries. I was able to survey this machine thanks to Helio Chissini… Go To Full Article

Microsoft's OEM partners want to keep Windows XP

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Now more than half a year into the launch of Windows Vista, it's beginning to look as though Microsoft may have a rebellion on its hands, at least in the corporate world. While Windows Vista continues to sell like hotcakes… Go To Full Article

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