GIGABYTE Unveils GTX 580 Super Overclock Edition at CeBIT

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GIGABYTE, a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, introduces a powerful new addition to its Super Overclock Series: GTX 580 SOC (GV-N580SO-15I). To qualify for Super Overclock Series, a GPU must go through GIGABYTE's innovative GPU Gauntlet™ Sorting process… Go To Full Article

Radeon HD 6990 revealed

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Although we're not allowed to tell you the results of our in-depth testing, we have been told that 'sneak peak' images and a little info are allowed to be revealed just prior to the launch of what is certain to… Go To Full Article

ASUS HD6950 2GB DirectCU II Review

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The graphics card we will be focussing our attentions on today is the HD6950, which we covered in great depth on release. The Cayman GPU that the card is based on features AMD's new refined VLIW4 architecture, boasting… Go To Full Article

Enermax Aeolus Premium CP003 review

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Enermax is best known for its series of power supplies but over the years the Taiwanese company has branched out into several other product categories. Named after the Greek god of wind, the company's Aeolus laptop cooling pads promise enough… Go To Full Article

Top 10 World's Biggest Computer Makers Revealed

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Back in the 1980s, during the days of the Apple II, an Apple PC of yesteryear - Apple was the world's biggest computer maker (by number of computers sold). Then it soon lost its lead when the company lost their… Go To Full Article

MacBook Pro teardown reveals battery tweaks, Thunderbolt details

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The crack team at iFixit has given the newest 15" MacBook Pro a "respectable" repairability score of 7 out of 10 after putting the machine through its obligatory post-launch teardown. The gadget repair team said that Apple made a number… Go To Full Article

Spire Slimod II GPU Cooler review

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If you're using a high end PC, cooling is always going to be a problem and a priority for you. The obvious solutions to this issue are to attempt to insert more fans and heatsinks into your PC wherever necessary. Go To Full Article

Scythe Launches Gentle Typhoon High RPM

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Scythe Co. Ltd. extends the popular Gentle Typhoon fan series by three powerful high RPM models. The new Gentle Typhoon High RPM fans are available with 3.000, 4.250 and 5.400 rpm. These high fan speeds generate an incredible airflow of… Go To Full Article

AMD's launches "Bulldozer Blog"

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* Design Solutions for the “Bulldozer” 32nm: Showcasing AMD’s 32nm technology and leading-edge design techniques, this session will discuss the power savings, performance improvements and new competitive features offered up by “Bulldozer”. Session date and time: … Go To Full Article

NZXT Tempest EVO Review

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Today we examine the mid-range NZXT Tempest EVO case, boasting a lot of room inside to stuff all those components. Can it keep them secure, and cool? Find out in our latest case review! Go To Full Article

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