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Attaching a heatsink to the brain can reduce the severity of epileptic seizures

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Attaching a heatsink to the brain can reduce the severity of epileptic seizures, Japanese researchers say. They've developed a surgically implanted heat conduit that connects a brain region to a heatsink on the outside of the skull. Seizures get worse… Go To Full Article

New Hybrid Hard Drives From Samsung and Seagate

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We looked at Seagate's Momentus 5400 PSD drive, announced today, and Samsung's SpinPoint MH80 drive, released this summer. Both models are 2.5-inch, 160GB notebook drives with 256MB of nonvolatile flash memory cache on board. The hard-drive industry concentrated on introducing… Go To Full Article

Ultra Defragmenter 1.2.1

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UltraDefrag is powerful Open Source defragmentation tool for Windows XP/2003/Vista. It's engine is very fast, because it is created as kernel-mode driver. They are three interfaces to them: graphical, console and native. First is very useful, because it use cluster… Go To Full Article

When Google acquisitions go wrong: the disappointing story of Urchin

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Of course, after buying the company, Google is free to do with it as they see fit. It's a shame, however, because Urchin's tools were indeed some of the best, and Google Analytics is not a drop-in replacement. We've long… Go To Full Article

PNY GEFORCE 8500GT 512MB PCIe Review

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It's hard to be objective when reviewing graphics cards or any computer part for that matter. Sure, the hardware that is tested is done so with objectivity in mind. Set parameters are used and are consistent, which provides objective real… Go To Full Article

Antec Fusion Black 430 HTPC Case review

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This time we have another updated case from Antec in our hands. The Fusion cases are part of Antec's Veris family and they are designed for HTPC use. They have the looks but are they up to the task? Go To Full Article

Asus Triton 75 CPU Cooler

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Asus are known for making good solid motherboards and graphics cards but recently they have stepped into the world of high-end cooling. The Triton 75 is one such cooler, we see how it get's on. Go To Full Article

Arctic Cooling Accelero S2 and Turbo Module review

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We have received a new low noise cooler from Arctic cooling. This time it is the Accelero S2, with an optional Turbo Module. The turbo module is 2 low noise fans which can be mounted on top of the passive… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake LANBOX Lite Desktop Case Review

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The demand for smaller PCs is ever growing and manufacturers must come up with innovative new solutions to meet these needs. Thermaltake’s LANBOX Lite does just that without the usual sacrifices in performance and cooling that other small cases make.… Go To Full Article

Zalman VF1000 LED and ZM-RHS88

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People who have purchased Radeon HD 2900 series graphics cards will without doubt be constantly bothered by noise from the cooler, while those who own Nvidia’s 8800 series are far more likely to be happy with their heatsink/fan combination. Still,… Go To Full Article

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