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Crucial 2GB kit Ballistix DDR2 PC2-8500 Memory Giveaway Contest

@ 2007/09/15 read/post comments(0)
For those that frequently visit this site, know we like to do our best to keep our members happy by giving away free hardware. Last month we had a Corsair contest, well this month… Go To Full Article

AMD prepares three-core processors

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THERE HAVE BEEN back channel stories floating around for weeks about tri-core AMD CPUs, but nothing solid. The rumours have been picking up more steam, and now they are finally solid: AMD is doing a three-core chip. Go To Full Article

Laments of a Lonely Geek

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This is my first blog/article at HardwareLogic. I’m pretty long-winded, and was advised in the forums that I should use lots of pictures. I try to please. I guess that this is somewhat of an explanation of… Go To Full Article

Coolermaster Cosmos Case Review

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Today we are taking a look at Coolermasters latest creation named Cosmos. This midi tower case has loads of new features that other cases lack. Apparently Coolermaster has listened to the consumers and tried to make a case that the… Go To Full Article

MSI Media Tour 2007 – Shanghai (Part 2)

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Although we weren’t allowed to take any pictures inside the factory, due to MSI not wanting its competitors to see the kind of equipment used, we will still offer a glimpse into how motherboards and notebooks are produced in the… Go To Full Article

DDR3 Memory Round-Up

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We got our hands on five, dual-channel, 2GB kits from Corsair, Kingston (2), OCZ, and Super Talent each with different rated speeds and timings, ranging from 1333MHz to 1800MHz. Our intent was to show you how performance is affected by… Go To Full Article

CoolerMaster Cosmos 1000 Case Review

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The Cosmos 1000 is a really easy case to work with as it has many ergonomic aspects to it that help alleviate stress during a system build. Being tool-less in its design means that 98% of the installation will not… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake Bigwater 760i Water Cooling System

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The Thermaltake Bigwater 760i Water Cooling System performs very well, is super easy to install and very compact. With a 120mm fan, 120mm radiator, 500L/hr pump and newly designed solid copper CPU water block, it's extremely impressive. This unit also… Go To Full Article

Virtualization: Secure Virtual User Environments in VMware ACE

@ 2007/09/14 read/post comments(0)
VMware was one of the first companies to take care of virtualization security and protected environments. Its VMware ACE 1.0 allowed to create secure virtual machines and use them as work environments for employees as well as to demonstrate software… Go To Full Article

Antec 850W TruePower Quattro power supply

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We ran 3DMark 2006SE in a loop four times in a row and amazingly there was no notice of much heat coming out of the power supply. In fact it felt very near ambient temperatures. Above the hum of of… Go To Full Article

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