Athlon II X4 620 Review

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ASRock P55 Deluxe Lynnfield Motherboard

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It is a very impressive motherboard in terms of performance. There are some layout issues that need to be corrected and the SATA 6G card is not quite the offering it seems on the surface. Still this product managed to… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte AMD Motherboard Roundup Review

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The only drawback that I have with the majority of the boards, with the exception of the 790X board, is that the SATA ports become blocked or partially blocked when using large video cards. It would be nice to have… Go To Full Article

Sapphire Radeon HD 4770 Arctic Cooling Video Card

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With this in mind, we can see that quite often at these presets, the HD 4770 isn't that far behind the 30 FPS minimum we want to see at 1680 x 1050. With a small detail drop, we would be… Go To Full Article

VisionTek HD 3650 AGP

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I am sure there are plenty of you out there who are trying to get that last year out of your old AGP machine. While the CPU's may be many years out of date, you can still try to make… Go To Full Article

Biostar TPower I55 motherboard review

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The first thing that we notice from our first look at the TPower I55 is that it most certainly doesn't skimp on expansion slots - More on those later, as our eyes are also drawn to the impressively large heatsinks… Go To Full Article

Unlocked Gulftown at 6GHz 3Dmark06 stable!!!

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Gulftown on LN2 - 6.2GHz and 5.6GHz 6c/12t stable!

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Another update on the Gulftown overclockability, this time on LN2

AMD Radeon HD 5870 X2 TDP Hits 376W

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We've heard that ATI is working on an X2 version of Radeon HD 5870 card but the biggest obstacle is the power and how to cool such a card. We’ve learned that the current TDP for X2 is 376W and… Go To Full Article

AMD Radeon HD 5870/5850 power consumption summary

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According to official information,Radeon HD 5870 with 1GB GDDR5 will consume 27W in idle state.While it will need 188W in full load state.Coming in 1GB/2GB GDDR5 two flavors,the latter will has slightly higher power consumption than former. However,it is reported… Go To Full Article

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