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Amd X4 9950 Be (125w)

@ 2008/10/25 read/post comments(0)
On thing to note about the Phenom X4 9950 BE is that AMD has two versions of the processor with a thermal envelope of 125W and 140W. The processor we have received is actually the newer 125W version of the… Go To Full Article

Scythe introduces the Kama Angle CPU-Cooler

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Scythe Co., Ltd (Tokyo, Japan) announces its newest CPU-Cooler. Together with Quietpc.com, there was a product developed which uses a unique design to fit everybodys’ needs. The special angular shape of the cooler allows to optimize the… Go To Full Article

Far Cry 2 themed Playstation 3 mod

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A while back, I received an email from Ubisoft asking me for some concept art for a potential Far Cry 2 mod based on Sony's Playstation 3. Ubisoft had been pleased with my past work when I worked with it… Go To Full Article

Asus Eee PC S101

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It’s weird. At the start of writing this review, we admitted that yes, the Eee PC S101 does look nice. It looks very nice even and it feels great to use. Now though, faced with the interminable truth that this… Go To Full Article

Intel showcases 80 core CPU

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We were shocked to see Intel's 80 core CPU that was up and running at Gitex Dubai trade show. To make it more interesting, Intel was showing it off at the general public area outside of the tradeshow and we… Go To Full Article

Intel's DCC utility ready for Core i7

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Not everyone is born an overclocker and Intel's desktop control center allows those that aren't to intrigued by fiddling around in the BIOS an easy way to have a go at overclocking their system. During IDF Taipei earlier this week… Go To Full Article

MSI Wind v1.09 BIOS update makes overclocking easy

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We've long since known that MSI was a fan of overclocking. After all, just about every last one of its gaming notebooks come with one-button OC'ing courtesy of the Turbo Drive Engine technology. Now, it seems that the company is… Go To Full Article

22" LCD Monitors Roundup. Part III

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Today we are going to talk about five LCD monitors with 22-inch diagonal. All of these monitors have one similarity: they are all built with 5ms TN matrices. This roundup will include solutions from NEC, Samsung and ViewSonic. Go To Full Article

New Flying Lens Could Save Optical Lithography, Replace Blu-ray

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With the never-ending quest for greater processor power, the hardware industry's sharpest minds and biggest companies are pouring money, time, and effort at the challenge of extending the life of Moore's Law. Moore's Law, which states that the maximum number… Go To Full Article

Stick a fork in it: a broadband over powerline post mortem

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Broadband over powerline (BPL) has joined the choir invisible, is pushing up the daisies, is an ex-broadband technology. Smart grids, which don't require broadband speeds, are moving forward, however. BPL encodes information on high-voltage and medium-voltage powerlines,… Go To Full Article

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