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Sapphire Radeon HD 4670 Graphics Card review

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As with all new product ranges as time progresses the technology trickles down into the lower end parts and that is why we are here today, the launch of an R700 based budget product, the Radeon HD 4670. This card… Go To Full Article

Don't lap a Direct Heatpipe Touch Heatsink

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Thermaltake Xaser VI MX PC Case Review

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Today for review I've got the Thermaltake Xaser VI MX PC Case and it's got quite a few features that most anyone would appreciate in a PC case. The Xaser looks great with it's red and black color scheme and… Go To Full Article

Interview with AMD's Eric Demers

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Rage3D sits down with AMD's Eric Demers to discuss Radeon technologies and reveal how one earns the right to say AYBABTU! Go To Full Article

Intel DG45FC: Loaded LGA775 Mini-ITX Board

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After the embedded Atom: This Intel LGA775 m-ITX board lets you use just about any C2D processor. HDMI and DVI video outputs, along with 4 SATA, eSATA, gigabit ethernet, S/PDIF and the G45 Express chipset featuring X4500 graphics make it… Go To Full Article

Antec Signature 850W Review

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I would highly recommend the Antec Signature 850W to anyone considering high end graphics cards in SLI or Crossfire but perhaps it's a little expensive and over powered for the majority of users. If price is not an issue and… Go To Full Article

Zaward Gyre ZCJ010 CPU Cooler

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Being new is much different than doing new. Zaward’s Gyre CPU cooler is new in action. The cooler features HDT, but that is hardly anything fresh at this point. But what is innovative is the design of the cooler, how… Go To Full Article

GlacialPower GP-AL650 650 Watt PSU

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Have you ever found yourself in need of a decent mid-range power supply unit for your personal computer? Maybe you don't feel like you need 1200 watts of thumping power to drive the family PC? Most people really don't need… Go To Full Article

Zalman ZMachine LQ1000 chassis

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I’ve really enjoyed my time building and using the LQ1000, and it’s very much reaffirmed my interest in water-cooling after previous unsuccessful experiences. Zalman has produced a case of simply phenomenal build quality, and the full integration of the water-cooling… Go To Full Article

Sparkle patents VGA Rectifier Technology

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SPARKLE firstly invented the VGA Rectifier Technology (VRT) in 2003, and SPARKLE GeForce FX5900 was the first graphics card product in the world to use VGA Rectifier Technology (VRT). It improved the usage length and VGA signal stability at same… Go To Full Article

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