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[M] Eagle Tech 2xSATA D-Series External Raid Storage Review

@ 2007/07/06 read/post comments(0)
The newly released Consus D-Series 3.5inch hard drive enclosure provides room from 2 HDDS, it supports Windows XP/Vista and Mac OS 10.2 or above in Raid 0 or JBOD via USB and Firewire. When high capacity is what you are… Go To Full Article

Sony cuts PS3 price by $100

@ 2007/07/06 read/post comments(0)
Although Sony has yet to confirm a price drop officially, GameDaily BIZ has been told by its chums in the retail sector that the PS3 will be dropped to $499 next week and this has been confirmed by a rush… Go To Full Article

Some HD 2600XT available in EU under €100

@ 2007/07/06 read/post comments(1)
Even most of the ATI's AIB's told us that they expect to get most of its RV630 chips and to ship the Radeon HD 2600XT cards toward the end of the month some vendors already decided to ship the cards.… Go To Full Article

OCZ Reaper HPC 2GB PC2-8500 Memory Kit

@ 2007/07/06 read/post comments(0)
Earlier this year we had reviewed OCZ's Flex XLC memory, which was great if you planned on water cooling your memory with its Xtreme Liquid Convection heatspreaders, but if water near your computer system frights you, OCZ… Go To Full Article

Matrox Triple Head2Go Digital Edition

@ 2007/07/06 read/post comments(1)
It was over a year ago that I looked at Matrox’s TripleHead2Go – a fantastic little device that enabled you to run three screens off a single graphics output, with a maximum resolution of 3,840 x 1,024. Plug Go To Full Article

AMD HD 2900 XT Crossfire vs NVIDIA 8800 Ultra

@ 2007/07/06 read/post comments(0)
he top dog for anyone wanting to go the Nvidia route is the 8800 Ultra, it’s a fast card but it doesn’t exactly scream performance-to-cost ratio. With pricing that starts around $600US to $700US, they’re certainly not cheap. Go To Full Article

3-Way 8800 GPU Water Block Roundup, Swifech, Danger Den, FuZion

@ 2007/07/06 read/post comments(0)
The MCW60 and FuZion GFX performed within margin of error of each other, and both offered excellent performance compared to stock cooling on the 8800 GTS, which can go as high as 60-65C under load. The DD-8800GTS offered performance that… Go To Full Article

Antec P182 Case

@ 2007/07/06 read/post comments(0)
When told I have a case to review I was well happy, when told it was an Antec case I was well sad. Based on previous reviews that I?ve done where the name Antec has been emblazoned on… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master Cosmos ATX Case

@ 2007/05/09 read/post comments(0)
Tipping the scales at a hefty 16.9kg empty, the Cosmos is in no way a light chassis to work with. And, with dimensions of 628(d) x 266(w) x 598(h) mm, it's a case that's going to need a big desk.… Go To Full Article

Arctic Cooling Accelero S1 (and Turbo Module)

@ 2007/07/06 read/post comments(0)
It is also worth pointing out that the watercooling loop also contained the processor before the graphics card which would have added heat to the loop and raised the GPU’s temperatures. Lastly, the fans on the radiator were set to… Go To Full Article

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