AMD Spider Platform Coverage

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Like drummers, chipsets spend most of their time outside the limelight; even shirtless and sweaty, they don't pack much in the way of sex appeal. But they're the glue that holds everything together, and that counts for a lot if… Go To Full Article

Ultra Products Aluminum Hard Drive Cooler Review

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For those of you who are concerned with the longevity of your data, though, there are plenty of low-quality, rackety hard drive coolers out there. I don’t know about you, but I know I don’t want any more noise coming… Go To Full Article

Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9770 Previews

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Since the launching of Core architecture in July 2006, INTEL declined the latter on all its ranges of CPU choking gradually AMD whose K8 architecture with end of breath cannot compete. This last will try however to leave the head… Go To Full Article

AMD's Phenom Unveiled: A Somber Farewell to K8

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It's tough to believe that what we're looking at here is a farewell to the K8. When AMD first released the Athlon 64, its performance was absolutely mind blowing. It kept us from recommending Intel processors for at least 3… Go To Full Article

NVIDIA ForceWare 169.09 - Crysis rendering follow-up

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At 1280x1024, renaming the executable in ForceWare 169.04 gave us close to a 7% drop in performance. Utilising ForceWare 169.09, there is no longer any performance drop from renaming the Crysis executable, but performance overall is around 7% lower than… Go To Full Article

Ultra 3.5” Aluminum Hard Drive Cooler Review

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If you’ve ever experienced a hard drive failure, you know what a pain it is and how improving the reliability of the drive can save you a lot of trouble. Many companies have developed coolers to help reduce operating temperatures,… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake V1 CPU Cooler Review

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The Thermaltake V1 is a copper base, copper heatpipe/fin CPU cooler compatible with Intel LGA775 and AMD 754/939/AM2 sockets. It has a strange sort of "flower" fin design that resembles something that could have come from the folks over at… Go To Full Article

BFG 800W power supply

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While the BFG 800W displayed good performance across our tests and its lifetime warranty is a huge selling point, there is nothing about this power supply that made me stop and say “wow”. Even though it seems capable of outputting… Go To Full Article

TakeMS Mach2 1066MHz 2GB Kit

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The modules belong to the "Mach2" series, which are supposedly the best TakeMS modules. We received a 2 GB Dual-Channel kit with a "SLI Certified" logo on it, which clearly targets gamers. The kit is certified to… Go To Full Article

Antec Performance One P190

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Antec Performance One P190 is still a miditower, but both I and Antec would rather call it a Super Miditower, because it's a very large and most of all heavy case. Antec has chosen to include two power supplies at… Go To Full Article

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