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RAM heat spreader removal guide

@ 2007/10/11 read/post comments(0)
This guide explains step by step, how to remove the RAM heatsink / heat spreader. It is e.g. necessary to identify the chips used on the memory modules. But of course, this guide is also useful to replace… Go To Full Article

CoolIT Product Giveaway Contest!

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[OC]ModShop is at it again! We've teamed up with CoolIT and are giving away three great CoolIT PC cooling products. All you have to do is answer our low-sodium fat-free Quooling Quiz! It's fun and it's free... and you might… Go To Full Article

NZXT LeXa Redline Case Review

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The NZXT LeXa Redline is the next PC Case in the Technic3D Editorship. The new Lexa is equipped with three 120mm and one 80mm fans (running at low speeds). This NZXT also ships with USB 2.0, Firewire, and HD audio… Go To Full Article

New Intel 65nm Processors & Price Cuts

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It is evident that while Intel is rapidly ramping up the transition from 65nm to 45nm, they are not just going to just abandon their 65nm processors. In fact, Intel intends to introduce several new 65nm desktop and mobile processors… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte X38-dq6

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Supporting the latest Intel X38 chipset and DDR2 memory, GIGABYTE’s latest addition to their DQ6 line of boards, the X38-DQ6, seems to hold a lot of promise. Go To Full Article

Asus Triton 75 CPU Cooler

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As well as excelling with motherboards and graphics cards, Asus now branch out into many other areas taking their entire product catalogue to over twenty sectors. One of these areas is PC cooling, more specifically CPU coolers. Today we have… Go To Full Article

Maximum CPU Temperature

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Just like all electronic components, CPU produces heat while it is running. Heat in excess, however, isn’t good and can even lead your CPU to burn or to work in an unstable way. In this tutorial you will learn what… Go To Full Article

EVGA 680i SLI 775 A1 Motherboard Review

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EVGA has the best warranty in the motherboard business for the A1 series boards and that is hard to beat from any angle. Most of these NVIDIA chipset motherboards are identical in almost every way except cosmetics so actually any… Go To Full Article

Akasa Evo 120 v2 cooler

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With a few tweaks and added support for AM2 processors the Evo 120 v2 is a sight for sore eyes and even ears. With three heatpipes and a pretty versatile fan, Akasa’s cooler offers both more than average cooling and… Go To Full Article

Apevia X-Jupiter Jr. Type S Review

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Following closely on the heels of the full-size X-Jupiter tower comes the mid-tower X-Jupiter Junior from Apevia. Looking very much like its larger sibling, the X-Jupiter Jr. is available in four colors and two side panel configurations, giving buyers a… Go To Full Article

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