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Spire Blue-Star 1000 (SP678S0) CPU Cooler Review

@ 2008/08/19 read/post comments(0)
The Spire Blue-Star 1000 (SP678SO) CPU Heatsink arrived Technic3D. The CPU Cooler with 90mm Fan, H.D.T. technology, 4x 8mm Copper heat pipes and easy installation. See you in the following Review the Blue-Star 1000 compared with Standard Boxed Cooling and… Go To Full Article

Leadtek WinFast PX9800 GTX+

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Like the older card, the newer card also supports NVIDIA’s CUDA, which allows the GPU to function as a CPU for computational purposes. The latest FAH has started to take advantage of this, and the preliminary results look promising. Although… Go To Full Article

Silverstone Zeus ZM1200M 1200W Power Supply Review

@ 2008/08/19 read/post comments(0)
Last month, I took a look at one of the most powerful units Silverstone has to offer, the ZU1200M. Today, I'm checking out the modular version of this unit and am anxious to see whether or not it performs as… Go To Full Article

AMD HyperTransport 3.1 Announced to help fend off Intel's Quick Path

@ 2008/08/18 read/post comments(0)
The HyperTransport 3.1 specification, has been released on August 18, 2008. It delivers 23% of bandwidth improvement and proportionally lower latency capability compared to HyperTransport 3.0. HyperTransport 3.1 maintains the same advanced architectural, power management and protocol features of HyperTransport… Go To Full Article

Intel Nehalem CPU B1 Stepping Photo

@ 2008/08/18 read/post comments(0)
One of the most anticipated releases for late 2008 is Intel's Nehalem processor --its new four core processor that features the return of Hyper Threading, allowing eight logical cores per processor. Recently formally named Intel Core i7 by Intel, the… Go To Full Article

Self-assembling Polymer Arrays Improve HDD Storage Creation

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A new manufacturing approach holds the potential to overcome the technological limitations currently facing the microelectronics and data-storage industries, paving the way to smaller electronic devices and higher-capacity hard drives. "In the past 20 to 30 years, researchers have… Go To Full Article

ATI 40nm RV870 Codenamed "Little Dragon"

@ 2008/08/18 read/post comments(0)
Little Dragon is a rather interesting codename and we know that we can expect this card in 2009, possibly even in 1H 2009. This is definitely going to be one of the first 40nm cards around, at least from ATI’s… Go To Full Article

Intel Nehalem 3rd Party Heatsink Pictured

@ 2008/08/18 read/post comments(0)
nPowertek Nehalem NPH 1366-140HC nPowertek (TTIC) is one of the first to have a Nehalem HSF ready for production. With Intel launching their new socket S1366 motherboards next month we'll need new heatsinks which can… Go To Full Article

ATI Vendor Comparison Charts

@ 2008/08/18 read/post comments(5)
Some features are obviously more important to a group of people for example; overclockers might prefer a more rounded warranty program while the HTPC enthusiasts might value the audibility of the cooling solution more. A simple detail such as the… Go To Full Article

ATI HD 4670 Pictured with Two Native DisplayPort Interfaces

@ 2008/08/18 read/post comments(0)
The 4670 will be aimed at the sub $150 price segment and with a die-size of 150mm2 along with 128-bit bus width, it will be very economical to produce. Keep in mind that these specifications are very close to Nvidia's… Go To Full Article

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