Chieftec CH-02 case review

@ 2009/02/27 read/post comments(0)
The Chieftec CH-02 is an attractive chassis solution that doesn’t overdo it. It’s visually compelling, but approaches that design in a conservative way thanks to the lack of glowing case fans and other eye candy. Go To Full Article

Corsair XMS3 Dominator 6GB Kit DDR3 1600 CL8 Memory Review (DE)

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The Corsair XMS3 Dominator 6GB Kit DDR3 1600 CL8 (TR3X6G1600C8D) arrived Technic3D. Technic3D will see as good they are with Overclocking against the G.Skill 1600 Memory Kit on Windows Vista Ultimate and the Foxconn X58 Mainboard. You can see 1.805… Go To Full Article

CoolIT Domino A.L.C. Review

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Today we will be looking at a water cooling kit for your processor from CoolIT Systems. The CoolIT Domino A.L.C. is an all-in-one water cooling kit, meaning you don’t have to buy the block, pump and radiator separately. A.L.C. stands… Go To Full Article

Kingston HyperX PC3-16000 3GB Tri-Channel Memory Review

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The new HyperX 2000 MHz Triple Channel 3GB Kit is perfect for extreme gamers that play titles like Command & Conquer, Supreme Commander, or even Farcry 2. It's also the right amount of memory for XP Pro and Vista 32-bit… Go To Full Article

GSkill to show off fancy DDR3 Cooling at Cebit 2009

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Nehalem based Xeons on last day of March

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Intel will officially launch the Nehalem generation of Xeons on the very last day of March. While it will show itself in Intel’s pricelist on March 28th, the official launch and availability is planned for the last day in Q1. Go To Full Article

SiS Working on SSD Controller

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SiS has announced that its subsidiary has developed two controllers designed for SSDs, the LVT820 and 815. SATA II standard, they can address MLC or SLC Flash NAND chips, on 8 channels for the 820 version and 4 for the… Go To Full Article

1TB and 5400 rpm: Western Caviar Green vs Samsung EcoGreen

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For a long time we hadn't seen any 5400 rpms but they have now made something of a come back. Western were the first to signal the return with its Caviar GP range launched in 2007, when it chose to… Go To Full Article

Malicious Worm Causes CPU Fan To Stop Working

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When Mark Taylor's computer crashed, he suspected he had a "worm" virus in the system, but was surprised to discover the problem was caused by an actual earthworm. The creature had crawled into his £360 old laptop through an air… Go To Full Article

Apple PowerBook explodes in London office

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STAFF IN THE London office of a marketing company were left shocked and reeling yesterday after an Apple PowerBook burst into flames. The company asked not to be identified, as IT manager Steven told how he was… Go To Full Article

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