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Kingston SSDNow V Series 30GB Boot Drive

@ 2010/03/10 read/post comments(0)
Today for review I’ve got that new version but it’s only a 30gb drive as opposed to the original 40gb capacity. So we’ve gained TRIM support but lost 10gb in the process?! I’ve decided to compare it to that original… Go To Full Article

Kingston SSDNow V Series 30GB Boot Drive Review

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Why would Kingston be coming out with a 30GB SSD boot drive if they already have a 40GB for sale? Without providing TRIM or garbage collection, Kingston scrapped the product and wanted to produce something the community… Go To Full Article

Scythe Setsugen GPU Cooler

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The Setsugen is a unique GPU cooler that uses only a single extra slot and has a slim 120mm fan next to the GPU core blowing outward through the heatsink body below. We put the Setsugen through an arduous torture… Go To Full Article

Cisco Introduces a 322 Tbit/sec. Router

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Today Cisco Systems introduced its next-generation Internet core router, the CRS-3, with about three times the capacity of its current platform. 'The Internet will scale faster than any of us anticipate,' Cisco's John Chambers said while announcing the product. At… Go To Full Article

Corsair Hydro H70 Water Cooling Unit In The Making

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We managed to find out that Corsair is working on another water-cooler that should be called the H70. It looks like that Corsair has had some nice success with its water coolers and wants to introduce yet another that will… Go To Full Article

Graphics Cards Performance in Battlefield: Bad Company 2

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Personal computer gaming has come a long way from iconic Arkanoid and Tetris. Nowadays there is a wide range of games and genres to choose from, but there has always been a certain class of titles that attracted the most… Go To Full Article

Intel Readies Dual-Core Atom N500 Processor for Netbooks.

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ntel Corp. is reportedly preparing a dual-core Atom microprocessor for netbooks in a bid to further improve performance of ultra low-cost personal computers and improve competitive position on the market. According to PCInpact, Intel plans to release… Go To Full Article

The Internet of tomorrow: 100Gbps to your house by 2030

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Google's recent announcement of a 1Gbps fiber-to-the-home testbed has communities across the US salivating—but imagine what the Internet might be like if that connection to your home were even faster. Say... 100Gbps. In less than 20 years, such speeds will… Go To Full Article

GeForce 196.78 Beta Driver Runs GeForce GTX 470

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It was found out that a beta driver by NVIDIA, GeForce 196.78 supports GeForce 400 series accelerators, and was able run a qualification sample of GeForce GTX 470. Go To Full Article

ASUS M4A89GTD Pro - A Core Unlocking 890GX for $140

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While most of the boards within a certain price bracket follow a common component formula, ASUS and ASRock have managed to segregate themselves by breaking rank and offering hardware level core unlocking for budget dual/tri-core AMD processors. That means that… Go To Full Article

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