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OCZ StealthXStream 600w Power Supply

@ 2007/06/07 read/post comments(0)
OCZ Technology has been a forerunner of the computer hardware industry for the past few years. Perhaps most well known for their various types of memory, they make a variety of hardware, from laser gaming mice to video cards to… Go To Full Article

Antec P182 Performance Mid-Tower

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It's a well-known fact that Antec produces some of the best cases on the market, and the P182 is a perfect example of that. We have here a case that looks great, packs a lot of smarts and is efficient,… Go To Full Article

Mouse Pad Roundup

@ 2007/06/07 read/post comments(0)
We tested five different mousepads, the Ratpadz GS, Ratpadz XT, Ice Mat 2, X-Ray Thunder 8 and X-Ray Thunder 9. The Ratpadz XT and Thunder 9 came out as our favorites Go To Full Article

Silverstone Decathlon 650W (DA650) Power Supply

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As more and more power supplies are released by Silverstone it increasingly looks like they are hell-bent on offering the consumer the best performing power supplies in their respective price categories. With the release of the Decathlon 650W power supply… Go To Full Article

ECS AMD690GM-M2 AMD 690G Motherboard

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At first glance the little purple ECS AMD690GM-M2 motherboard is probably more aimed towards the workstation market with both DVI and analog monitor support. If you choose to hook up the motherboard to your TV though that can be done… Go To Full Article

Crucial Ballistix Tracer 2GB PC2-8500

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When you think of memory, Crucial is a brand that is recognized as stable and trustworthy. It was some time ago that Crucial (and Micron) never provided overclocking RAM and never warranted pushing their modules passed their recommended values. Even… Go To Full Article

Pioneer BDR-101ABK Blu-Ray Burner

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Today we are going to introduce to you one of the first Blu-ray optical devices in our lab – the Pioneer Blu-ray burner. How fast is it? How well can it work with the regular DVD disks? What are the… Go To Full Article

MSI GX-600 notebook reintroduces the turbo button

@ 2007/06/06 read/post comments(0)
When the GX600 is plugged in with AC power, the push of the turbo button automatically turns on Acceleration Mode. Acceleration Mode increases the processor’s front-side bus and raises the overall clock speed by 20%. A quick press of the… Go To Full Article

Asustek Aims to Sell Audio Cards for $199

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Despite of decreasing popularity of standalone audio cards, Asustek Computer aims to start selling its Xonar D2-series audio cards in the third quarter. The price of the product will not be low, but Asustek hopes that it would still get… Go To Full Article

[M] Swiftech and Danger Den Water Cooling for Geforce 8800 Series

@ 2007/06/06 read/post comments(0)
In this article we take an in-depth look at the advanced cooling options available for the Geforce 8800 series. Both Danger Den and Swiftech have water blocks designed to fit the latest NVIDIA high end cards, so we take them… Go To Full Article

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