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NVIDIA Drivers Caused Lion's Share of Early Vista Crashes

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When Windows Vista first hit market, some driver issues were to be expected as hardware manufacturers moved existing components to the new OS from Windows XP. As is natural for new items, the enthusiast community was among the first to… Go To Full Article

Worth 1,000 words: Photoshop Express now free and online

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Early this morning Adobe launched a public beta of Photoshop Express, the newest member of the Photoshop "family." While Photoshop itself is the 800lb gorilla of professional image editing, the family also includes Photoshop Lightroom for pro photographer workflows and… Go To Full Article

64 Cores???

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Let's also leave aside the technical feasibilty of building a 64-core processor by 2012: having a dual-socket system with two 32-core processors using 22nm process technology is roughly the equivalent of a dual-socket 65nm Barcelona system today. … Go To Full Article

Higher Clock Speeds, No TLB Issues and Better Pricing: The New Phenom

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When Phenom launched it was slow, later plagued by a performance-hindering TLB bug and priced entirely out of the realm of rational thought. It's a new year and while I'd like to say that AMD has learned from all of… Go To Full Article

Aerocool HorsePower 1020 Watt PSU Review

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The Aerocool 1020 watt is just the latest offering in the 1000+ watt war. Featuring quad 12v rails, a 14CM fan, Active PFC and an 80+ efficiency rating the HorsePower comes in at a surprisingly low cost. The HorsePower runs… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte iSolo 210 chassis

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There’s basically two ways to look at the iSolo 210 and it depends if you’re a glass half full, glass half empty or an “I ordered a cheeseburger with my drink” kind of person. On one hand,… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master CoolViva Z1, VGA heatsink

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The Cooler Master CoolViva Z1 is a high-performance VGA heatsink. Unlike many heatsinks on the market, is characterized by two separate radiators, one of which uses the heatpipe technology and provides the ability to mount an additional… Go To Full Article

Interview the RivaTuner Man

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The VGA Tweaking Utility RivaTuner has changed a lot over the years, and so has its creator. TPU talks with 'Unwinder' about software development and the role he played in starting the softmod community. Go To Full Article

ASUS M3A32-MVP Deluxe WiFi-AP motherboard review

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As per most new chipsets these days, PCI Express 2.0 support is present and correct, with 790FX offering up to forty-two PCI Express lanes. Thirty-two of these lanes are reserved for graphics boards, with 790FX capable of supporting up to… Go To Full Article

QNAP TS-109 Pro NAS Review

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Network storage if growing more popular each day, and thanks to that, there are countless NAS boxes to choose from. We take our first look at a QNAP offering, that proves you <em>do</em> get what you pay for. This single-bay… Go To Full Article

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