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AcoustiFeet Case Feet

@ 2008/06/08 read/post comments(0)
Case feet aren’t the most interesting of products; however they happen to be parts of your case which can seriously reduce a lot of noise due to vibrations. Today we’ll be replacing out Lian Li V1000’s wheels with some soft… Go To Full Article

Gelid Thermal Compound GC-1 Review

@ 2008/06/08 read/post comments(0)
Today for review I've got a newcomer to the industry, Gelid Solutions, established in 2008 as a thermal solutions provider, their first product is GC1 Thermal Compound. I received a pre-production sample for testing about a month ago actually, but… Go To Full Article

XFX 790i Ultra

@ 2008/06/08 read/post comments(0)
Mistakes happen. We are all human and sometimes we do things we later realize were not the best way to do them. Most of the time these mistakes are small and harmless and sometimes they cost you. In this regard,… Go To Full Article

Albatron showcases multi-touch LCD panel (video)

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If you recall a movie called “Minority Report”, this tech will blow you away. In the upcoming Windows 7 operating system, Microsoft will introduce multi-touch finally that basically allows multiple input detection where as XP and Vista is still single. Go To Full Article

Cooler Master Cosmos S

@ 2008/06/08 read/post comments(0)
Computer cases seem to be alive at the moment, what I mean by that is well…they are growing pretty big. This is partially due to the demands of the latest high end hardware, such as SLI and water-cooling. But also,… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master Centurion 590 system chassis review

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Our first impressions on this case were: it is going to be drafty in there. That thought was a consequence of large number of ventilation openings for fan mounting. Case itself is build of steel and aluminum… Go To Full Article

D12U will be first Nvidia GPU with GDDR5 support

@ 2008/06/08 read/post comments(0)
Nvidia hasn’t even launched its D10U product yet and we’re already starting to hear whispers about the company’s next-next-next generation graphics products. Several memory manufacturers have confirmed that the first Nvidia GPU to feature support for GDDR5… Go To Full Article

MSI N9600GT Hybrid Freezer Graphics Card

@ 2008/06/08 read/post comments(0)
It’s always nice to see companies mix it up with new coolers, and the Hybrid Freezer seems to have some pretty cool technology behind it. It makes sense that they’re installing it on the popular 9600GT series of card, and… Go To Full Article

A-DATA G Series DDR2 800 2 x 2GB Review

@ 2008/06/08 read/post comments(0)
The A-DATA G Series DDR2 800 2 x 2GB memory kit was extremely surprising. First of all, it outperformed a set of Mushkin RAM rated at DDR2 1000 but run at the same 800MHz speed as the A-Data G series… Go To Full Article

Crucial Ballstix PC3-16000 2GB EPP Memory Kit Review

@ 2008/06/07 read/post comments(0)
Ballistics - the fine science of motion that has given us cannons, catapults, rockets, and a myriad other toys with which to play havoc with. Then there are Ballistix, the (in)famous memory line from Crucial that leaves other lesser kits… Go To Full Article

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