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Gigabyte Ga-g33m-s2h

@ 2007/10/18 read/post comments(0)
Integrated. Among enthusiasts this has become a four letter word never to be uttered in their presence. It has come to mean lacking, underpowered and weak. But there is another side to integrated. Efficient, flexible, and simple. If you are… Go To Full Article

Lian-Li V350 micro ATX chassis

@ 2007/10/18 read/post comments(0)
The V350 is a tough case to adopt a final position on and it's not made any easier by the fact that there isn't any pricing info available until the case launches in the next month or so. The V350… Go To Full Article

ASUS Blitz Formula P35 Motherboard

@ 2007/10/18 read/post comments(0)
So far we have seen a lot of P35 boards come out, some good, some bad and some that fit the extreme users bill. ASUS, GIGABYTE, MSI and ABIT have been the biggest players so far, but none have done… Go To Full Article

Ultra’s Aluminum Hard Drive Cooler with Heatpipes

@ 2007/10/18 read/post comments(0)
Keep your hard drive running a peak efficiency by keeping it as cool as possible. The Ultra Aluminum Hard Drive Cooler with Heatpipes dissipates heat efficiently and quietly. The hard drive cooler features passive thermal heat dissipation using fan-less operation,… Go To Full Article

Watching TV on the laptop--and on the cheap

@ 2007/10/17 read/post comments(0)
While I pay about $30 a month for phone and DSL, my neighbors spend anywhere from $70 to $140 for cable and Internet access, depending on the number of channels and level of service. That cost difference, plus the desire… Go To Full Article

Sandisk launches 8GB SDHC card

@ 2007/10/17 read/post comments(0)
MEMORY FIRM Sandisk has launched an eight-gigabyte SDHC flash memory card which gives digital camera users the capacity to store over 4,000 high-resolution pictures. The Extreme III card, which can also hold up to 16 hours of… Go To Full Article

[M] Dollarshops Budget Office-Student PC Review

@ 2007/10/17 read/post comments(1)
AMD and Intel have been flooding the market with highly affordable hardware for the past year, manufacturers of motherboards, memory and other PC components have also brought down the overall cost, the positive outcome of this competitive behavior can be… Go To Full Article

NVIDIA Next Gen HighEnd requires 220W

@ 2007/10/17 read/post comments(0)
Nvidia's next generation dual PCB card powered by two graphics chips will need two power connectors. The card will need 220W+ to work and a passive two-sided cooler to get rid of the heath. Just as the… Go To Full Article

Intel to increase graphics performance by 10x

@ 2007/10/17 read/post comments(1)
Intel was talking a lot about its integrated graphics cores and by next year Intel will have moved to 65nm and this will allow them to add full HD video decoding, as well as support for DVI, HDMI and Display… Go To Full Article

Tomarni touts nearly-silent gaming desktops

@ 2007/10/17 read/post comments(0)
While nearly-silent operation likely isn't a top concern among those in the market for a gaming PC, those that do favor a little peace and quiet during their gaming downtime now have a new option to consider from upstart German… Go To Full Article

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