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XFX to launch 8800GT 256MB at €149

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XFX has informed us that it plans to introduce a Geforce 8800GT 256MB card and it will be available in standard and XXX edition and this card should cost €149 excluding VAT. With taxes added on it should cost less… Go To Full Article

New ATI Radeon Video Cards May Be Factory Overclocked

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Some Radeon 3850 will work at over 700MHz. The default clock speed is 670MHz, but for the first time in history ATI decided to let its partners go wild with the clocks, with some limitations in mind. At least some… Go To Full Article

ZoneAlarm's Anti-Spyware Is Free Today

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The security experts behind ZoneAlarm urge you to always patch your operating systems and browsers whenever an update is available. More importantly, take extra precautions to protect your PC for those times when a patch may not be available. That's… Go To Full Article

Antec Veris MX-1 Actively Cooled Hard Drive Enclosure Review

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There have been a lot of different external hard drive enclosures made recently and many brands have already marketed several enclosures by this point in time. Well, many have, but not Antec. This is their first design… Go To Full Article

Inno3D GeForce 8800 GT OC review

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So how do you make an end of life product look like new again and more importantly how do you make it sell like hot cakes? Well you would do exactly what Nvidia has done with the GeForce 8800 GT:… Go To Full Article

PNY GeForce 8600GT 512MB Review

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So what can we conclude about the PNY 8600GT 512MB Overclocked video card? It clearly showed that it's a mainstream card that was run-of-the-mill. It did do marginally better than the Gigabyte 8600GT, but it wasn’t quite as good as… Go To Full Article

Thermalright SI-128 SE Heatsink Review

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Thermalright combines the best of their blow-down coolers with the unique design of the high-riser series to bring us the SI-128 SE. Instead of "Second Edition" as you might think, the "S" in SE is for Silent, something their HR… Go To Full Article

Silverstone Olympia OP1200 1200W Power Supply Review

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The Olympia OP1200 1200W power supply delivers solid voltages, with excellent regulation and above average efficiency. It comes with sleeved cables and lots of connectors, which include two 8-pin EPS12V, four 6-pin PCI-e and two 8-pin PCI-e connectors. The enclosure… Go To Full Article

ATI's New LINUX Drivers: Did The Paradise Come?

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It's been nearly seven months since I wrote my first article about ATI drivers and how they literally crippled my computer and my daily life. Last month, ATI had finally released their latest drivers which contains the… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte Volar CPU Cooler Review

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Gigabyte is mainly known for making motherboards, but if you didn't know they make a lot of other products. A while ago we took a look at their 3D Rocket II CPU cooler and it did perform well at all.… Go To Full Article

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