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Firefox 3.1 to offer private browsing mode, too

@ 2008/09/15 read/post comments(0)
Private browsing modes seem to be all the rage lately. Microsoft drew a fair amount of publicity around the InPrivate feature when Internet Explorer 8 beta 2 came out in August, and Google subsequently matched Microsoft with its Chrome browser's… Go To Full Article

XIGMATEK NRP-HC1501 (1500W) PSU Review

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Xigmatek are a relatively new company mostly getting a great reputation for their proficient cooling solutions. Lately however Xigmatek has made a great foray into the power supply sector with units having extreme specifications and aggressive prices. Today we will… Go To Full Article

Scythe announces Kama Reader 2

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Scythe Co., Ltd (Tokyo, Japan) announces “Kama Reader 2”, the upgraded version of its 3.5inch Card Reader Device, “Kama Reader” (former name), compatible for both internal and external usage purposes. Direct insertion of microSD & Memory Stick Micro is the… Go To Full Article

Sapphire PURE 780G AMD Motherboard

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AMD's release of the 780G chipset introduced the world to motherboards capable of much more than consumers had previous enjoyed. Sapphire's PURE 780G brings us a unique board which Ruffy Rios tests. Does the PURE 780G perform and give you… Go To Full Article

Death of DirectX: an epic interview with Tim Sweeney

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I think DirectX 9 was the last graphics API that really mattered. DirectX 9 was a revolution: completely programmable shaders of unlimited length with full floating-point precision support. Compared with the fixed-function, 8-bit pipeline it replaced, it was revolutionary. Everything… Go To Full Article

NVIDIA Vendor Warranty Comparison Charts

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As usual, there are some extra benefits offered by some of the vendors, for example EVGA has 90 day step-up program. Also keep in mind some of these major vendors (XFX, BFG, EVGA) recently took the novel route of protecting… Go To Full Article

X-Gene HTPC Case Review

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Sometimes I get those new hardware for review, and my first thought is what the Hell?. This is one of those times. I bring to you the X-Gen HTPC Mid Case. I was so wary of this case, I didn't… Go To Full Article

Sapphire Toxic Radeon HD4850 512MB Graphics Card Review

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The Radeon HD4850 chipset was launched to fill a role in the middle of the graphics card market. The Sapphire Toxic Radeon HD4850 512MB graphics card stands out in this crowd of 'average' cards by offering a factory overclocked GPU… Go To Full Article

ASUS EAH4870X2 TOP video card review

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As per the norm for ASUS' 'TOP' labelled graphics boards this particular offering ships with both GPU cores and memory factory overclocked. Thus, the EAH4870X2 TOP sports a 790MHz core clock speed on each GPU (a 40MHz increase) and a… Go To Full Article

Creative X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Pro review

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Creative has been a leader in the PC audio market for as long as I can remember. In fact, the first Sound Blaster card hit the market almost 20 years ago, which can be considered an eternity in "computer years".… Go To Full Article

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