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Arctic Cooling- Arctic Fan 8L and 12L

@ 2006/09/22 read/post comments(1)
Most cooling fans are pretty much the same, there hasn't been much in the way of innovations or design of them. Yes there has been some cosmetic changes to fans but nothing major until now, Arctic Cooling has released its'…

MSI NX7950GX2-T2D1GE Video Card

@ 2006/09/22 read/post comments(0)
Enthusiasts are about excess and the MSI NX7950GX2-T2D1GE isn't designed for people who want to play on 17" LCD monitors. Simply put, if you have a large widescreen panel, this hardware has your name all over it. It provides performance…

Cooler Master Mars HSF

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Looking from the top down, we can see the Cooler Master crest above the three copper heatpipes. You can also see the fanning of the sixty aluminum fins that give the round shape to the cooler. These are sixty fins…

Scythe Infinity Heatpipe CPU Cooler Review

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The Scythe Infinity provided cooling results that will keep your high end AMD and Intel processors at a safe operating temperature, but I was expecting a bit more. Given the shear size of the cooler, the total number of heatpipes…

DFI Infinity 975X/G review

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There is nothing particularly bad about DFI's Infinity 975X/G motherboard, but DFI is a household name when it comes to overclocking. Sadly, the Infinity 975X/G doesn't live up to that reputation and those looking for a board to overclock their…

Seagate Barracuda ES

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Today we have the good fortune to the latest iteration of Seagate's work, the 750GB Barracuda ES SATA drive, an enterprise level drive that boasts many new features. Please join me in the Bjorn3D lab where we fully intend to…

Inno3D GeForce 7950GT 512MB

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Recently Nvidia presented us with their most up-to-date graphics solutions meant to capture the affordable high-end gaming arena, which was previously dominated by its own GeForce 7900GT as well ATI-based boards selling in the $250 to $300 range.

The Quiet PC Challenge - A Primer

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Arthur C. Clarke's writing in the late 50’s speculated that a computer with human like intelligence would have to be the size of the Empire State Building and require Niagra Falls for cooling. On most counts, this prediction was fabulously…

Crucial Ballistix 2GB PC2-6400 Review

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With so much competition in the memory market nowadays, it's increasingly difficult to make the -best- choice when it comes to purchasing a new kit. The Crucial PC2-6400 use the infamous D9GMH chips, but requires a staggering 2.2V! Does its…

Thermaltake Armor Jr. Mid Tower Case Review

@ 2006/09/22 read/post comments(0)
The Armor Jr. is Thermaltake's attempt to make a case which is reasonable small but is still worthy of the Armor name. From the looks of it a number of changes were made but the cases are fundamentally similar. The…

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