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ATi vs. nVIDIA: Video Transcoding

@ 2008/12/26 read/post comments(0)
Encoding of video material is one of those tasks that demand a lot of processing power and till now we had to use, in most cases, CPU processing power. Since market of portable devices that can play video files (like… Go To Full Article

G.SKILL FM-25S2S-64GB MLC SSD Drive Review

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I've put the G.Skill 64GB MLC SSD through its paces and am pleased with its overall performance. It's absolutely quiet, it draws less power than your regular hard drive, my boot times have dropped by ridiculous amounts… Go To Full Article

NZXT Whisper Full-Tower Computer Case

@ 2008/12/26 read/post comments(0)
Finally, a chassis that is designed for the enthusiast that combines noise dampening features with expandability and storage. Introducing the Whisper silent full tower chassis from NZXT, improving upon the successful of the NZXT HU-001 chassis, the Whisper is another… Go To Full Article

Rosewill Wind Ryder Mid Tower Case Review

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When purchasing a computer case, there is the age old debate of looks & features vs. price. Consumers want the best look and functionality for the money. Rosewill's Wind Ryder mid tower is one of their budget enthusiast cases. With… Go To Full Article

Spire Thermax II Exposed Heatpipe Heatsink Review

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In this review Frostytech is testing the just released Spire Thermax II heatsink, and if you can find it for an affordable price you should find it thermally satisfying. In any event, Spire's Thermax II heatsink stands 155mm tall, is… Go To Full Article

Thermolab Baram CPU Cooler Review

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The performance of the Thermolab Baram CPU Cooler was within 2 degrees Celsius of the vaunted TRUE when under load. When you add a second fan, however, you are going to see the exact same performance from the Baram as… Go To Full Article

Kingston 2GB HyperX PC3-16000 DDR3 Memory Review

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Kingston's new 2 GHz memory kit joins the ranks offering stability and dependability as we've all grown to expect. Kingston is already in a very select group of vendors to offer professional and enthusiast memory. Despite their market position, the… Go To Full Article

'New Old' Core i7 Architecture

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In the first part of this article, devoted to the new architecture from Intel, we'll try to find out what we can expect from the new processor without tests, proceeding only from its specifications. And the second part of the… Go To Full Article

Coolit Domino A.L.C. Review

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CoolIT have taken their experience with OEM designs and the rigorous quality and performance standards involved in these builds and used them to create a product which they claim is high performance, feature rich, universally compatible, indestructible, simple-to-install, fail-safe, long… Go To Full Article

Nvidia Set to Support GDDR5 with Code-Named GT214 Chip

@ 2008/12/25 read/post comments(0)
Nvidia Corp. decided not to support GDDR4 memory standard since it was heavily inspired by ATI Technologies, now graphics products group of Advanced Micro Devices, and has been utilizing GDDR3 memory for more than four years instead. But the GDDR5… Go To Full Article

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