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NZXT Rogue SFF Gaming Chassis

@ 2008/01/18 read/post comments(0)
If on the search for a great-looking gaming chassis that's also portable, NZXT might have you covered. Their "SFF" label might be a bit of an understatement though - this case is far from being small. Despite that, it looks… Go To Full Article

Danger Den MC-TDX Waterblock

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Danger Den redesigned the TDX to improve its performance on multiple-core CPUs. This new version, dubbed the MC-TDX, features 240 pins above the CPU core area to help dissipate heat. The rest of the design is classic TDX, with its… Go To Full Article

OCZ PC2-8500/DDR2-1066 nVidia SLI-Ready Edition 2GB Kit Memory

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OCZ offers optimized memory modules for different application ranges for years. It does not only concern the memory module overclocking with sophisticated RAM heatsinks, but also an optimal adjustment of the RAM to the respective system. For… Go To Full Article

Asus EN8800GT (NVIDIA GeFoce 8800GT) TOP 512MB

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NVIDIA's release of their G92 based graphics card has so far been nothing but a total success amongst enthusiasts. The die shrink not only permitted cards to run cooler and thus use less electricity, but also improvements have been made… Go To Full Article

Corsair TX650W PSU

@ 2008/01/18 read/post comments(0)
Attempts to diversify are common among PC component manufacturers, but these are not always marked by success. One of the most successful diversification attempts was made by Corsair nearly a year ago. Corsair, being a highly reputable RAM manufacturer at… Go To Full Article

Leadtek PX8800 GTS 512

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The nVidia 8800 GTS 512 looks like it will be another huge success for nVidia, delivering performance similar to the 8800 GTX but for a lower price and using less power in the process. Add to this the improved video… Go To Full Article

Crossfire x8+x8 versus x16+x16

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Overall, the change in platforms results in a speedup of only a few percent. Games that ran smoothly before run a little faster, while slower games such as Crysis or Flight Simulator X don’t yet benefit from Crossfire optimizations in… Go To Full Article

The 2008 Guide to Gaming PC Specs

@ 2008/01/17 read/post comments(0)
PC gaming is always going forward. While a new console generation takes years to arrive, PC hardware evolves in much faster cycles, with new generation of hardware popping up every 6 to 12 months. Vendors naturally want to sell you… Go To Full Article

DDR2-800 vs. DDR3-1333. Does DDR3-1333 Make Sense?

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We're going to compare performance of two processors in combination with different memory modules: standard DDR2-800 and higher-clocked DDR3-1333. The Core 2 Extreme QX9650 processor (1333 MHz FSB) will be tested with one and the same motherboard that supports both… Go To Full Article

Noctua NT-H1 Thermal Compound

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Noctua recently released their new NT-H1 thermal compound. This new thermal interface material is designed to give maximum performance while being simple to use. Best of all, it is ready to use immediately and does not require a "burn-in" time… Go To Full Article

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