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OCZ ProXStream 1000 W Power Supply

@ 2007/10/31 read/post comments(0)
With systems with multiple video cards requiring more power everyday, 1,000 W power supplies are becoming very common. OCZ has released a new 1,000 W product in the market, ProXStream 1000 W, targeted to power-hungry consumers that are willing to… Go To Full Article

ZEROtherm Nirvana NV 120 Cpu Cooler Review

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The motherboard chosen to test the heatsink on is the DFI 680I LT. This motherboard comes equipped with a Northbridge heatsink that is fairly large. Thus, mounting the Nirvana with the fan facing downward is impossible without modifying either, so… Go To Full Article

PC Power & Cooling 750 Watt Quad Silencer Power Supply

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PC Power & Cooling has long held an almost single-minded devotion to quality first, with standards, aesthetics, and industry trends all regulated to the rather crowded back seat. That isn’t to say they don’t meet standards, PC P&C has typically… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake Bigwater 760i Water Cooling Kit Review

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Splish, splash, does your processor need a bath? Thermaltake seems to think so, and today HardwareLogic looks at their Bigwater 760i water cooling kit. Go To Full Article

Grease and hard drive change

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On balance, though, I now think it's perfectly reasonable to give your drives three years before you replace them. Four years is OK for penny-pinchers, and five years or more should be fine for Aunt Nora's PC that's only turned… Go To Full Article

First three-way SLI scores shows up

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Tom’s Hardware Taiwan has scored some early three-way SLI benchmarks and they’ve done so with the help of MSI. The motherboard used was the upcoming P7N Platinum and Tom’s Hardware ran a setup of three 8800 GTX cards in the… Go To Full Article

8800GT 256MB expected to cost $179 to $199

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This is the card that Nvidia plans to fight the RV670XT and RV670pro. The real catch is that 8800GT 256MB will have the same clocks, just less memory and obviously in most cases will be just as fast as the… Go To Full Article

HD 38x0 top end to sell for $199

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We’ve received a short update and learned that RV670XT the card that might end up branded as Radeon HD 3870 will sell for $199 at launch. Nvidia expected a $249 price for the new RV670XT, but ATI… Go To Full Article

169.04 beta driver is out, Crysis version

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Just days after 169.02 WHQL candidate Nvidia releases a new beta driver. This one called 169.04 supports Geforce FX, 6, 7 and 8 GPU's including Geforce 8800GT. This is the one Nvidia recommends for Crysis single player demo and TimeShift. Go To Full Article

LCD Monitors Buyer's Guide Fall 2007

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This article is intended to serve as a guide. Without delving into technicalities and features of each monitor we go through the list of currently available models, pointing out the most interesting offers. Hopefully you will find our advice alongside… Go To Full Article

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