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Does a fraction of an inch really matter for monitor panels?

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The launch of the company's first 24-inch full HD (1920x1080) monitor panel by AU Optronics (AUO) is one of the industry's attempts to integrate various functionalities into one single device. But it leaves one pondering the significance of the size. Go To Full Article

[M] NVIDIA Geforce 8400GS Overclocking Guide

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Few months back we had a peak at the GeForce 8400GS and we saw how performance wise this card is not that bad of a choice considering its price. Even with that narrow 64-bit bus we could greatly improve the… Go To Full Article

Samsung preps 53-series computer LCDs

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Samsung today is launching a sweeping set of changes to its computer LCD lineup with the introduction of its 53-series LCDs for the desktop. The new range is said to bring the kind of color quality and design normally reserved… Go To Full Article

Intel to ship 160 GB flash drives in Q2 2008

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Intel Corp. today confirmed that it is close to unveiling a new line of solid-state drives for laptop and notebook PCs that will feature a storage capacity up to 160GB. An Intel spokesman said that the chip… Go To Full Article

AMD's B3 Stepping Phenom Previewed, TLB Hardware Fix Tested

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It was literally a week before we received our Phenom samples that many within AMD learned of a serious errata in the processor that could potentially have a significant impact on system stability or performance, depending on how it was… Go To Full Article

Forceware 174.40 & 174.51 for GeForce 9800 GTX and GX2

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We have some new Forceware drivers up for download. Forceware 174.40 is meant for GeForce 9800 GTX and GeForce 9600 GT users while Forceware 174.51 is meant for GeForce 9800 GX2 users. Go To Full Article

Auras CTC-868 Heatsink Review

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What makes the Auras CTC-868 heatsink stand out is that it's split into thirds, with the two outer sections holding the integrated fans. A slip connection at the base of the CTC-868 allows each outer third of the heatsink to… Go To Full Article

CoolJag Mini LED Flash Review

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The CoolJag Mini LED Flash fans are a great concept and look great with your custom message. The fans are made with a sturdy clear plastic, which makes them nearly invisible inside of your case - all you are able… Go To Full Article

Asus Striker II Formula nForce 780i SLI

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we evaluate the features, overclockability, and performance of the Asus Striker II Formula nForce 780i SLI-based motherboard for Intel processors. The Striker II Formula is a member of ASUS’ high-end Republic of Gamers, or ROG, series of motherboards. As such,… Go To Full Article

First DX10 screenshot from The Source engine?

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Valve uploaded their GDC presentations, and in one of the slides you will find a comparison between Alpha Blending on DX9 and Alpha Blending on DX10/Xbox 360. And these pics look different. Very interesting stuff, as Source engine games currently… Go To Full Article

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