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Properller Slot Graphics Cooler Review

@ 2008/01/29 read/post comments(0)
The Properller installs quick and easily, providing excellent support for cooling any graphics card. Go To Full Article

AMD ATi Radeon HD 3870 X2

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AMD makes a new attempt to keep the throne of the faster card market with the Radeon HD 3870X2, a board based on two graphics processors, one million three hundred and thirty-three thousand transistors and a gigabyte of RAM.… Go To Full Article

Kingwin Revolution Heatpipe Direct Touch RVT-12025 CPU Cooler

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Kingwin is one of those companies that many enthusiasts often overlook. The name has not previously been associated with higher quality and performance hardware, but lately they have really stood out with their upper-end SLI certified PSUs, high-tech CPU coolers… Go To Full Article

Corsair VX550 550w Power Supply Review

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Corsair has a great reputation for being one the leading performance memory module companies in the industry. They are the providers of some of the fastest memory around, and it is no surprise that when they made the foray into… Go To Full Article

First in DirectX 10.1: ATI Radeon HD 3850/3870

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Nvidia GeForce 6 graphics cards were the first ones to support expanded DirectX 9 version and Shader Model 3.0., which gave the company a serious marketing advantage for the next one and a half years, however, never resulted in any… Go To Full Article

CoolIT Systems Announces Liquid Cooling for AMD's New Dual GPU Graphics Cards

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CoolIT Systems Announces Liquid Cooling for AMD's New Dual GPU Graphics Cards Calgary, Alberta – January 28th, 2008 - Right on the heals of AMD announcing the availability of the ATI Radeon™ HD 3870 earlier…

MSI no longer supports 125W CPUs on the K9A2 CF

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new information regarding the MSI K9A2 CF motherboard - the company has decided to no longer support 125W CPUs on the board as it has encountered long-term stability problems with these CPUs installed in the board! Go To Full Article

Nexus Caterpillar Silent PC Case Review

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If you are looking for a good case with a focus on silence and good cooling then the Nexus Caterpillar may be just right for you. We take a look at this case and show you it pro's and cons. Go To Full Article

Watercooling 201: The Waterblock

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It's the same misconception as air cooling – a heatsink doesn't actually cool the chip. It simply provides a greater surface area for the heat to spread over. Since there's more metal to heat up, there's less heat in each… Go To Full Article

ASUS P5E3 Deluxe WiFi X38 Motherboard Review

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Chances are, if you know what a motherboard is, you've heard of Asus. Over the years, Asus has carved out an excellent reputation for their products, ranging from budget to full featured enthusiast level computing solutions. With the introduction of… Go To Full Article

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