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3 LGA 775 Heatsink review

@ 2008/09/25 read/post comments(0)
Cool its CPU is always a priority, especially to realize the extreme sport that overclocking. Several brands have very good models, and today we will dwell on the past production of Noctua, as well as models Xigmatek and Akasa. These… Go To Full Article

Hiper Type R Mark-II 880 Watt Power Supply

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Founded in 2001 in the UK, Hiper, or High Performance Group as it is also known, offers a product line that includes enclosures, cooling, power and HTPC. Using a business model that includes listening to the needs of their customers,… Go To Full Article

SAS Performance at SATA Pricing: Cost-Effective SAS RAID Controller @ Bjorn3D

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What is important when shopping for hard drives is the storage space, rotational speed, amount of cache, and of course the price. Currently, for desktop computers, 7,200 RPM SATA II hard drives are the most common type of storage. For… Go To Full Article

ASUS GeForce GTX 260 TOP Graphics Card

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What’s so great about the TOP line of cards from ASUS is that they’re actually overclocked to a level where a decent performance can be seen. So many companies these days offer an overclock, but a few MHz on the… Go To Full Article

Sacred 2 demo review: CPU / VGA benchmarks + screenshots

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The demo of the Role Playing Game Sacred 2 has just been released. PCGH took the second part of the series and checked the graphic quality and overall performance. Go To Full Article

Reality Check: A Mac is a PC

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Apple is the king of perception marketing in the tech industry. The “Mac versus PC” commercials have successfully put forth the idea that a Mac is different than a PC. It isn’t and it is about time we get this… Go To Full Article

Asus Triton 85 Heatsink Review

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We can sum up the ASUS Triton 85 heatsink in one line, avoid it entirely. The Asus Triton 85 heatsink FrostyTech is reviewing today ships with a 120mm 800-1400RPM PWM fan, and weighs around 520 grams. The heatsink is uses… Go To Full Article

OCZ Technology Introduces the HydroFlow CPU Waterblock for Liquid-Cooled Systems

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Delft, Netherlands—September 25, 2008—OCZ Technology Group, Inc. (LSE: OCZ) a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory and computer components, today unveiled the “HydroFlow” HF-MK1 Waterblock for superior CPU watercooling. Designed with the highest possible exchange rate… Go To Full Article

Vizo Ninja HS Notebook Cooler @ techPowerUp

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The Ninja HS is Vizo's newest addition the their high quality notebook cooler line-up. The unit is made of heavy duty materials, encased in a nearly indestructible paint job and featuring a USB 2.0 hub. The cooling area can also… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master (RC-1100) Cosmos S Case Review @ XtremeComputing

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The extremities of the case are then protected with the top handle ‘rails’ being wrapped in foam, and the bottom ‘rails’ and front panel shiny plastic covered in yet more protective plastic. I can’t quite place my… Go To Full Article

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