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Left 4 Dead 2 Runs Faster On Linux?

@ 2012/08/02 read/post comments(0)
We are using a 32-bit version of Linux temporarily and will run on 64-bit Linux later. Running Left 4 Dead 2 on Windows 7 with Direct3D drivers, we get 270.6 FPS as a baseline. The data is generated from an… Go To Full Article

KFA GeForce GTX 680 LTD OC 2 GB @ techPowerUp

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KFA? has revamped the GTX 680 PCB design, picked a sexy white PCB color and added a large triple fan cooler to their GTX 680 LTD OC. As the name suggests, the card is heavily overclocked, which gives it a… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master 690 II Advanced Black & White Edition USB 3.0 Case Review

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The CM 690 II Advanced Black and White Edition case boasts more than just a fresh coat of paint. The new CM 690 II Advanced Black and White edition also adds USB 3.0 functionality, a side window, improved cable management… Go To Full Article

Spire TME III @ PureOverclock

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Today we will be looking at the Spire TME III CPU Cooler. Spire may not be as mainstream as other brands but don’t let the name fool you. We will be looking at some installation and benchmarks with this cooler… Go To Full Article

ENERMAX ETS-T40 Heatsink Review @ OCC

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With everything that the ENERMAX ETS-T40 heatsink offers, I am happy to say that I like the cooler and the thermal loads it is capable of handling. The installation is incredibly easy and does not require the use of numerous… Go To Full Article

Uniblue Powersuite Pro 2013 Review @ Techgage

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Is your PC in need of a tune-up? If so, you're in luck, as there are at least a million 'PC Optimizer' tools out there. Uniblue's Powersuite looks to be one of the better ones, however, in terms of both… Go To Full Article

IRIScan Anywhere 3 saves your receipts and photos without the cables

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Portable scanners aren't quite the novelty they used to be, that much is true. But they're no less impressive or useful. The latest IRIScan, the Anywhere 3, follows a long tradition of tiny, wireless document and photo scanners with rechargable… Go To Full Article

Sony Xperia SL shows up in multiple colors, allegedly sports a beefy 1.7GHz processor

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Sony's been under the microscope for all the wrong reasons lately. Today, however, the spotlight's focusing on the rumored successor of that lovable Xperia S. According to the reliable folks over at ePrice, the upcoming Xperia SL has been tweaked… Go To Full Article

Buffalo MiniStation Thunderbolt Review

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Back when Thunderbolt (then Intel Lightpeak) was optical, I was actively involved in covering the interface, partly out of professional curiosity due to my optical background, partly because I sincerely believe optical interfaces are an inevitable part of the future.… Go To Full Article

Apacer Announces AH354 USB 3.0 Flash Drive with Sliding Cover Design

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Apacer has launched a series of hot-selling USB 3.0 flash drives. It seizes the opportunity and introduces its latest product, AH354 USB3.0 flash drive, which adopts the next-gen USB 3.0 specification with a reading speed of up to 80MB/s and… Go To Full Article

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