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Akasa AK-965 socket 775 tower cooler

@ 2008/03/14 read/post comments(0)
Akasa's 92mm fan tower heatpipe cooler for socket 775 CPUs has all the key features at a very budget price. Can it run with the big boys? Go To Full Article

MemoRight GT MR25.2-064S 2.5-Inch 64GB SATA SSD

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For a little over a year now Benchmark Reviews has anxiously awaited the fabled Solid State Drive that could replace our current list of preferred Hard Disk Drives. Making this wait seem even longer was the fact that HDD manufacturers… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake M9 Mid-Tower Case Review

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Most enthusiasts that have been building for at least a few years most likely have used something with the Thermaltake logo on it. Thermaltake has a wide variety of products: cases; fans; CPU, GPU, hard drive, and chipset coolers; liquid… Go To Full Article

Zalman Reserator XT Hybrid Liquid Cooling System Review

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Given their nature, external water-coolers have a lot of room to do things right. Zalman took full advantage of the space they had with the XT and delivered a superb external solution with excellent performance. Though slightly expensive, "you get… Go To Full Article

CoolJag Falcon 92-Cu Heatsink Review

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I was very surprised to see the Falcon 92-Cu come out ahead of the Ultra 120 Extreme by a few degrees in both the stock and overclocked testing, despite the latter having a larger fan. The Falcon 92-Cu was not… Go To Full Article

Power Supply (PSU) Purchasing Guide

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If you are in the market for a new Power Supply to keep your machine running or for a new machine then take a look at our power supply purchasing guide and find out what some manufacturers don't want you… Go To Full Article

Ultra Microfly SX6 Case

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There is a niche audience who are constantly seeking the smallest, lightest chassis available. This specialist audience has directed companies towards designing cubic mATX cases which are considerably smaller and lighter than ATX cases. Many of the… Go To Full Article

Digitimes had it right: Palit Buys Galaxy

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It seems the Palit<>Galaxy deal has gone through after all, despite some rumors claiming otherwise. Digitimes first reported on the possible buyout of the NVIDIA partner Galaxy by the larger Palit. FudZilla confirmed this yesterday. Go To Full Article

Geforce 9800GX2 Benchmarks Leaked

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Nvidia to cut some partners

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We heard that Nvidia might cut some partners off, as it believes that it has too many. It is likely that the smallest ones will suffer and we heard that ATI is considering a similar move. Connect… Go To Full Article

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