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Spire Power Products SLI Certified

@ 2007/08/07 read/post comments(0)
Spire Power Products SLI Certified Chino, California, August 01, 2007 – Spire is pleased to announce that their RockIT SP-100W Modular Power Supply Unit has received the official NVIDIA SLI Certification. The RockIT 1000W… Go To Full Article

AMD prepares more price cuts

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The Athlon 64 X2 4000+, the 4200+ and the X2 4400+ will all have their prices cut. The firm isn't saying by how much yet, however. Yesterday the firm also cut the prices of some of its older, Rev E,… Go To Full Article

WD reports loss for 2nd quarter of 2007

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Western Digital announced a loss of US$21 million on $187.2 million in revenue, compared to a profit of US$40.3 million on US$233.6 million in revenue for the second quarter of 2006. WD blamed market pressure as well… Go To Full Article

Intel working on enthusiast features for X38

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Extreme Memory is similar to Nvidia's SLI memory technology, but it will only work with DDR3 modules and there won't be any support for DDR2 memory at all. The good news is that Extreme Memory will also be available for… Go To Full Article

Notebooks Drive European PC Shipments

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Shipments totaled 11.2 million units in the second quarter, with Germany, France and the U.K. accounting for nearly half of the units. In the U.K., shipments increased 8 percent year over year to 2.1 million units. Consumer purchases of notebooks… Go To Full Article

Ultra Announces X3 600W Energy Efficient Modular PSU

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Ultra pulls out all of the stops for their latest power supply. By combining our "EE" (Energy Efficient) platform, which converts as much as 85% of AC power into DC power during typical loads, with a quiet 135MM ball bearing… Go To Full Article

Homeland Security's latest non-lethal weapon: the pukelight

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Someone in Homeland Security's R&D department must have a sense of humor, because the agency is hoping to soon deploy an LED flashlight that causes uncontrollable vomiting. Go To Full Article

Tagan IB-220U-Wh HD Enclosure Review

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With mobile computing becoming more and more common so is mobile media. Just about everyone I know already owns a thumb drive but I’ve actually been seeing more and more people with portable hard drive enclosures. Today I’ll be reviewing… Go To Full Article

SOYO FM-SY-SLIM20GB 20GB 1.8" SlimEx Platinum Review

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Do you remember SOYO? It has been almost ten years now since I build my very first computer system from parts ordered over the web. Back then, it was all about searching Price Watch for deals, and the AMD K6-II… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte V-Power Videocard Heatpipe Cooler Review

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Gigabyte’s V-Power VGA cooler is a great looking product with good cooling and is relatively easy to install. The materials, fit and finish are very good and the cooler is compact enough to be used in the vast majority of… Go To Full Article

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