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Dual-Channel Memory Still Providing A Speed Boost?

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On the average the two single Channel platforms about 2 per cent are slower than the dual Channel counterpart with altogether two gigabyte storage capacity. Depending upon operational area two gigabyte main storage are not always necessary and have by… Go To Full Article

Coolink GFXChilla Review

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Coolink has been around for several years now. Their award winning products like the Coolink Silentator and the SWiF fans showed some nice performance over other competitors, although Coolink did not really have very efficient and high-performance GPU coolers. With… Go To Full Article

Msi N9600gt-1gb

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With games getting more and more demanding, the amount of frame buffer available to the GPU has been on a continuous rise. However, as we saw in the ASUS 8800GT-1GB article, it doesn’t always help to equip your VGA card… Go To Full Article

OCZ DDR2 PC2-8500 Reaper HPC 4GB Edition

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Despite the fact that DDR3 has a slightly better performance and consumes less power compared to DDR2, it is still hard to recommend DDR3 unless you have a huge chunk of money to spend. For a far less price, one… Go To Full Article

NZXT Tempest Case Review

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NZXT is a company focused on the needs and desires of PC enthusiasts and gamers alike. Today, we are taking a look at their newest mid-tower case: the NZXT Tempest. While aesthetics, quality and price are important considerations for those… Go To Full Article

GFXChilla

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Today, we will have a look, to the first graphic card cooler of the society Coolink, the GFX Chilla. A cooler who uses heatpipes, cooper, aluminium, and 2 80mm fans. The price is also low, with only 27€. But does… Go To Full Article

ATI and NVIDIA - Video playback quality and performance analysis

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Although playing back DVD content is easy enough with any modern CPU now, the advent of High Definition content and the rise of Blu-Ray as the winner of the next-generation optical format war have brought new and far more demanding… Go To Full Article

PC Power & Cooling Silencer 610EPS12V Power Supply Review

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Picking up the plain white box that housed the Silencer 610EPS12V power supply didn’t excite me very much. With only a list of technical specifications on the side and no fancy graphics or pictures, I didn’t really… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte 9600 GT 512MB review

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If on the lookout for a good GPU at a great price, it's easier than ever. NVIDIA's 9600 GT packs a punch and retails for well under $200. We are taking Gigabyte's stock-clocked solution for a spin to see how… Go To Full Article

Corsair TX750 750W Power Supply Review

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Corsair is best known for its memory products-DIMMs and flash-but it has a solid line of power supply units, as well. The company sent ThinkComputers its TX750, a 750W unit with a single 60A 12V rail-powerful enough for a GeForce… Go To Full Article

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