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Zotac GeForce 8800 GT 512MB AMP! Edition

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There is a lot to like about Zotac's GeForce 8800 GT AMP! Edition – the heatsink has some subtle improvements that help to keep the temperature comparable with a standard-clocked GeForce 8800 GT at noise levels that are going to… Go To Full Article

EVGA 780i SLI Motherboard Review

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NVIDIA’s new motherboard chipset builds upon the successful 680i SLI chipset from last year. The competition from Intel in the motherboard market is about to get very heated with the release of the Skulltrail platform for the high-end enthusiast and… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake DuOrb VGA Cooler Review

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The foot print of the DuOrb is much smaller and lighter than the stock heat sink which is always a nice result. And, the DuOrb does look better adding a bit more flash to a pricey graphics card with a… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master Hyper 212 CPU Cooler

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While the design isn’t unique, it does follow a pattern set forth by some very efficient CPU Coolers. From a distance it would be difficult to tell the 212 from our current performance leader and award winner, the Noctua NH-12P;… Go To Full Article

ASUS Maximus Formula Intel X38 Motherboard Review

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If you know what a motherboard is, chances are pretty good that you have heard of Asus. Between their enthusiast and OEM motherboards, they have built a significant number of the motherboards in PCs throughout the world. They also build… Go To Full Article

V7 D22W12 22 Inch Widescreen Monitor Review

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My monitor had no dead pixels and worked great as well as being simple to connect. At the end of the day the quality of the monitor and its price make for a very solid buy one that I can… Go To Full Article

CoolIT PURE Silent Liquid CPU Cooler Review

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Having the ability to overclock a Quad-Core processor while keeping your machine quiet used to be a pipe-dream, until CoolIT's latest CPU cooler came into the picture. With the PURE, we managed a nice 3.67GHz clock on our QX6850, all… Go To Full Article

ASUS P5N-T Deluxe

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This time, we are reviewing the new nForce 780i chipset, provided by ASUS, based on the newest Nvidia motherboard solution which should provide quite some novelties for gamers. With this chipset, Nvidia officially supported Penryn processors and,… Go To Full Article

Intel Skulltrail Platform

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Skulltrail. Even the name sounds mean. If you haven't heard the codename before now then we have a treat in store for you today. Skulltrail is a high end desktop PC platform based on Xeon class workstation processors. How does… Go To Full Article

The Secrets of PC Memory: Part 4

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For better signal quality at higher speed grades, DDR3 adopts a so called “Fly-by” architecture for the commands, addresses and clock signals. This effectively reduced the number of stubs and signalling length from the DDR2 T-Branch architecture to a more… Go To Full Article

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