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EVGA nForce 680i LT SLI vs. ABIT IN9 32X MAX

@ 2007/06/22 read/post comments(0)
The EVGA nForce 680i LT SLI Mainboard arrived Technic3D. The Mainboard with the little 680i LT and a small price better than a 680i? See you the the following Review against the ABIT IN9 32X MAX Go To Full Article

DFI LP UT N680i LT SLI-T2R Motherboard

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We can say without hesitation that DFI had crafted one of the finest 680i LT board on the market, with dual Gigabit LAN / Teaming function, 6 phase digital VRM, twin x16 and single x8 PCI-E expansion slots, and a… Go To Full Article

PNY 8800GTX 768MX XLR8 Edition

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When I played with Asus' 8800GTX, I was disappointed. It wasn't special.It was a stock-clocked GTX, with a stock trimmings, a simple bundle, at a price well above the competition. It didn't even overclock that well. What we have here… Go To Full Article

Mushkin PC2-5300 DDR2 SODIMM 2 X 2 GB Memory

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In this review, I will be focusing on memory. I will show the difference in performance between what came with the computer and the memory I chose to upgrade with, which is Mushkin DDR2 SODIMM PC-2 5300 2 x 2… Go To Full Article

Zaward Sylphee ZCJ003 CPU Cooler

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The engineers at Zaward are something like a modern-day Leonardo da Vinci, because they have taken to a unique style of functional cooling devices. One of their featured products is the Sylphee aluminum CPU cooler. Benchmark Reviews tested this dual-heatpipe… Go To Full Article

XFX GeForce 8800 Ultra XXX Edition

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Potential owners of the XFX GeForce 8800 Ultra XXX Edition can be confident that their system will tackle any game on the market today at the resolution of 2560x1600. In most cases, we found that 4x AA, supersampling AA, and… Go To Full Article

Thermalright Ultra-90 Low Noise Heatsink

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The Thermalright Ultra-90 heatsink is more compact than its brethern, but remarkably the performance differences aren't nearly as large as you might expect. The reference list above illustrates very well how most Intel heatsinks react to 150W of heat from… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake BachVx Mid-Tower Case

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If every case manufacturer made their $100.00 cases with as many features as Thermaltake does, there would not be that much need for higher priced cases. The reason I say that is the Thermaltake Bach Vx that we just reviewed… Go To Full Article

Zalman CNPS9700 NT CPU Cooler

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Zalman is a leader when it comes to third-party heatsinks and accessories. They have been making quality PC products for many years, focusing on efficient design, which in turn have produces some of the best products available. Their CNPS (Computer… Go To Full Article

nMediaPC HTPC 500BA

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The addition of a HTPC (Home Theater Personal Computer) to a home entertainment system is becoming more and more common these days. A consumer can easily build a PC to handle their digital audio and video needs at… Go To Full Article

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