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Spire TherMax Pro CPU Cooler

@ 2009/01/19 read/post comments(0)
Spire’s first cooler for me to review is the TherMax Pro. While Spire has also another in its line-up that is very similar to this cooler with the Spire TherMax II, that is the more expensive version with a higher… Go To Full Article

ATI TV Wonder Combo PCI Express Card Review

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Overall I am impressed with the TV Wonder 650 Combo PCI Express card. For those wanting an alternative to buying a converter box or a new TV, the TV Wonder Combo PCI Express card may be for you as it… Go To Full Article

Zalman CNPS9900 LED Intel Core i7 Compatible Heatsink Review

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Frostytech first saw Zalman's CNPS9900 LED heatsink at Computex Taipei this past year, today we've finally got it on the test bench! The heatsink was appropriately set to release in tandem with socket 1366 Intel Core i7 processors and is… Go To Full Article

Matrox TripleHead2Go Digital

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While many are satisfied with having a single screen, imagine gaming across 3 displays with 180° vision. The Matrox TripleHead2Go Digital overcomes the shortcoming of a single or dual display setup and gives you the possiblity to connect up to… Go To Full Article

Scythe Mugen 2 CPU Cooler Review

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While Scythe for the semipassiven and the passive enterprise with the radiators Orochi and Ninja have 2 two excellent radiators in the assortment, performance is missing for some time the sector a leading product in. For this reason it was… Go To Full Article

XFX announces GeForce 9600GSO Far Cry Edition with 1.5GB Memory

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- GPU: 580MHz - Stream Processors: 1450MHz - Memory: 800MHz - 1536MB (1.5GB) Memory - 192-bit - 96x Stream Processors For more pictures and details; Go To Full Article

G.Skill Titan 256 MB SSD (FM-25S2S-256GBT1)

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With Solid State Drives scoring high on the Geeks techno-lust list, we've been covering more SSD's to help you keep up with the technology. Drives we've seen up until now were lacking in space, making them somewhat impractical for a… Go To Full Article

MSI's Click BIOS - Evaluating UEFI

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If you buy an MSI board and don’t like it though – the old school BIOS is still supported, just re-flash over it. However, MSI doesn’t include any sort of BIOS backup on board, which is a little worrying, and… Go To Full Article

GlacialTech Altair A381 Home Theater PC Case

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We review so many Home Theater PC cases that sometimes they all start to look alike. Many of them try to mimic the look of either a home theater amplifier or DVD player. Due to size constraints, many manufacturers opt… Go To Full Article

4670 Crossfire - The secret to budget gaming?

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Take two low-end HD 4670's, add one Crossfire connector and you have the recipe for budget gaming. Or do you? Go To Full Article

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