X-Spice Croon BF 650 Watt psu

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Hardwareoverclock Austria has reviewed a 650 watt psu from the young manufacturer X-Spice, the Croon BF 650. The theme of this series is best Price/Performance and high quality. Go To Full Article

5 Ways to Put an Old Computer To Use

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Most of us have old computers which we no longer use. I personally have 5 working computers and 2 laptops. Of course, I only USE one desktop and one laptop. The rest is all excess hardware that I used to… Go To Full Article

ASUS EAH3850 Top ATI HD 3850 Video Card

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Asus EAH3850 Top is factory overclocked and has a clock speed of 730MHz on the core and 1.9GHz on the memory. The card uses 256MB of DDR3 RAM and is built on a 55nm fabrication process. One of the nicest… Go To Full Article

Foxconn X38A - a Motherboard on the Intel X38 Chipset

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The Foxconn X38A is interesting because it combines two contradictions: being a top motherboard and being fit for memory upgrades. Both types of products have been manufactured for a long time already. But we cannot recall somebody trying to combine… Go To Full Article

More Hybrid SLI information

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On Friday, we published a detailed look into Nvidia’s Hybrid SLI technology and, if you’ve read the article, I’m sure you know that there were some questions I had asked that remained unanswered. From my talks with several partners—and also… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake BigWater 760i

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If you thought about liquid-cooling your PC, but were put off by the complexity of a typical installation, Thermaltake's BigWater 760i may be the solution for you. The drive-bay mounting system is a novel solution, but can it provide enough… Go To Full Article

Xigmatek HDT-S1283 Exposed Heatpipe Base Heatsink Review

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The Xigmatek HDT-S1283 heatsink features three heatpipes in direct contact with the top of the processor, resulting in one very potent CPU cooler. The technique is called Heatpipe Direct Touch, and for today's class of heatspreader capped processors it's the… Go To Full Article

Explaining Core 2's FSB, RAM, and bandwidth

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Today, Icrontic serves up a crash-course in the mysterious relationship of the Core 2 front side bus, RAM and bandwidth. The nature of the Core 2's design may be baffling, particularly to users exiting the era of synchronized Athlon XP… Go To Full Article

ATI Catalyst 8.1 Analysis - XP & Vista

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With the slow run that AMD have been having with driver releases over the past few months it will be interesting to see what happens with the new release. Considering January is generally a pretty quiet month for hardware sales… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake Xaser VI VG4000BNS Case Review

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Thermaltake is known for their cool cases and their latest editions will only enforce that fact. The Xaser VI series include aircooled cases with clear side panels and mesh panels as well as watercooled editions. I will be looking at… Go To Full Article

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