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An Introduction to the new nVidia nForce 780/750 Series SLI Chipsets

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Motherboards based on the 780i chipset have very slowly started showing up on hardware review sites in the last few weeks, but what are they offering? And why do you want one? Read on to find out. Go To Full Article

Antec P182

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SweMOD has today posted yet another review and this time it is the Antec P182 Performance chassis. A clean and good looking case. Can it handle the performance of todays equipment? Head over to SweMOD to find out! Go To Full Article

Corsair TX750W Power Supply

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2007 seemed to be the year of the power supply here at Bjorn3D. 2008 may end up being much the same. Today we are taking a look at the 750 watt version from the Corsair TX line of power supplies.… Go To Full Article

Antec NSK3480 µATX case

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Most of time, in our cases reviews, we only talk about ATX cases. Butnow, Micro ATX mother booard offers the same asATX mother board. What's why, we review today the Antec NSK3480, a little case, decicated to little MB.… Go To Full Article

Thermalright Ultima-90

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Thermalright has basically taken the Ultra-120 Extreme and given it to us in a smaller scale with the Ultima-90. By using a 90mm body, space should not be an issue in most cases aside from perhaps SFF PC's. The Ultima-90… Go To Full Article

Antec NSK1380 SFF Case

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The Antec NSK1380 SFF (Small Form Factor) Case has major bang for the buck! This case comes with a quality Antec EarthWatts 350 watt power supply which is 80%+ efficient and has Active PFC. One 5.25" drive bay and three… Go To Full Article

Spire Cool Force 3 Review

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Graphics card cooling is a continually expanding market as more and more people are turned on to the fact that better cooling on your GPU not only means improved temperatures and therefore maybe a better overclock, but they are usually… Go To Full Article

Scythe Andy Samurai Master Heatsink Review

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The Scythe Andy Samurai Master (SCASM-1000) heatsink may be big and voluminous, but it proves to be an effective and most importantly, quiet, heatsink to operate. The Andy Samurai Master stands 126mm tall, and the upper body a shocking 120mm… Go To Full Article

Arctic Cooling MX-2 Thermal Compound Review

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MX-2 follows in the footsteps of the extremely popular MX-1 compound and Arctic Cooling is hoping that it will be as popular as their older product and it looks like their dreams have come true. Even thuough this compound has… Go To Full Article

Easy Homebrew 8800GT Cooling for Less Than $10

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There are lots of heatsink/fan options for the 8800GT, many from the usual suspects including Thermalright, Thermaltake and Zalman. The options all looked great and would probably provide a huge difference in thermal dissipation performance compared to the stock heatsink.… Go To Full Article

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