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NVIDIA ForceWare 160 Drivers Series Performance Comparison

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HardwareOverclock has published a ForceWare performance roundup article. They tested the following ForceWare drivers: 158.19, 158.22, 158.27, 160.02, 160.03 and 162.15. Go To Full Article

ATI HD 2400 and HD 2600

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6 weeks ago AMD revealed their new line-up of Direct10X cards. The star at that show was the HD2900XT which also was released short afterward. At the same time the low and midrange HD2400 and HD2600 GPU’s were presented. These… Go To Full Article

ASUS P5K Deluxe WiFi-AP Edition Motherboard

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ASUS has really embraced the Intel P35 quickly, as they currently offer eight unique motherboards based on the chipset. The ASUS P5K Deluxe comes in two flavors, while the standard version we have here today supports DDR2… Go To Full Article

"Beyond the Grave" case mod

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There comes a point in every major modder's life where he or she becomes known by a defining work. This doesn't mean that such great projects aren't ever followed up or preceded by other masterpieces, just that the one project… Go To Full Article

ASRock ALiveNF5-eSATA2+ AMD Socket AM2 Motherboard

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The ASRock ALiveNF5-eSATA2+ Socket AM2 motherboard is based on the nForce 520 chipset and offers many overclocking options for a very good price. It is not only easy to overclock with this board, it is also easy to… Go To Full Article

400GB SATA-II Challenge - Seagate vs. Western Digital Comparison

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The most popular and best value for money section of the desktop drive market today is the 300-500GB segment. And with that in mind we thought we’d take a look at two 400GB stable mates from Western Digital and Seagate… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake Toughpower W0133RU 1200W Modular PSU

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It's difficult to justify the need for a 1200W power supply unit, since every appliance in my entire house would need to be combined just to consume this much electricity. However, if you are trying to build a better Death… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake Bach VB8000BNS HTPC Case

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The Bach is intended to be an HTPC case. The idea of using a PC as an integral part of a total home entertainment system has been around for quite a while, but only now has it really become practical… Go To Full Article

Creative Sells ALchemy Audigy Edition at $9.99 - but get it free here!

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It seems that Creative Labs is now selling ALchemy Audigy Edition for $9.99 (USD). Alchemy is a wrapper that converts DirectSound3D streams into OpenAL under Windows Vista. This project is available freely for Sound Blaster X-Fi owners. For unknown reasons… Go To Full Article

Coolink Silentator Heatpipe Cooler Review

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Being a reviewer, Coolink has provided me with 3 different mounting kits and a required mounting kit (pressure springs and fastening brackets). These were for LGA 775, AM2 and K8 (754, 939 and 940). However, as a consumer, you must… Go To Full Article

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