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A-DATA 256Gb SSD promises 250Mb/s Read & 160Mb/s Write

@ 2009/03/11 read/post comments(0)
The 300 Plus line includes 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB variants, and A-Data claims those drives can reach a sustained 250MB/s during reads—that's about 9% faster than the 500GB XPG's 230MB/s. However, top write speed ratings are the same for… Go To Full Article

NOX Coolbay HX Computer Case Review

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In high-end computer systems one of the problems we have to deal with is the large amount of heat irradiated by the powerful components. And while the processor and video card cooler are important factor in keeping… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master V10 CPU Cooler

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In the constant pursuit of higher clock speeds, one thing is for sure. You will need better cooling. For those who feel more daring than your average Joe, there is a whole slew of aftermarket coolers that can be used… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake Element S Chassis Review

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We recently looked at the Thermaltake Spedo, a full tower gaming case which had a strong design base but was poorly executed in a few areas. Thermaltake have been around for a number of years now so we were a… Go To Full Article

How to clean your DVD drive

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When your CD or DVD (disc) drive starts giving you problems, your first thought may be to replace it or take it to the repair shop, but a good cleaning may be all it needs. Below are… Go To Full Article

ASRock AOD790GX/128M AM2+ Motherboard

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Everybody knows that if you're number 2, you try harder, What if you're number 3 or 4, what do you do then? You look for Golden Opportunities to prove that you have first class products. ASRock did just that during… Go To Full Article

Asus P6T Review

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But both the 920 and P6T put on a little show and came up big. The maximum baseclock I could achieve with stability was 222MHz. But this was pretty much bench stable. 220 was stable enough to be prime stable… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master V10 Hybrid Cooler

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The big news from Cooler Master at CES this year was the upcoming release of the long awaited V10 heatsink. Last year they showed off the V10 design at CES similar to what eventually released but without the TEC cooling… Go To Full Article

Tagan SuperRock TG880-U33II 880 Watt Power Supply

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Tagan Technology Corporation is a division of Maxpoint GMBH in Germany with branch offices in the United Kingdom, France and Taiwan. Here in the U.S. the products are marketed under the Tagan brand, but to confuse things a little more,… Go To Full Article

Jetway NF76-1G5-LF ICS VIA C7 Motherboard

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As the other motherboard, this VIA one has also a clean design. If we look briefly, we can see that this motherboard uses normal DIMMs, the chipset and the CPU are covered by aluminum passive heatsinks, but the CPU also… Go To Full Article

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