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Sansun Galaxy

@ 2006/09/19 read/post comments(0)
It's great that Sansun has continued to strive in the computer case market. With the debut of the Bat case, many people did not like the theme of the case. The introduction of the Galaxy is bound to…

Zalman ZM360B-APS Power Supply

@ 2006/09/19 read/post comments(0)
This power supply is only 360 watts, which is not a lot, considering most power supplies these days are 600 watts and above. It is enough though for a modest computer setup. Despite the low wattage, it does have an…

Asus CrossHair Review

@ 2006/09/19 read/post comments(0)
Moving back to the IO ports we see this is not your typical board. The keyboard and mouse PS2 connectors are there, but beyond that things have changed. To the immediate right is SPDIF audio connectors in the form of…

Shuttle's Smallest SFF PC Yet: XPC X100

@ 2006/09/19 read/post comments(0)
Shuttle has evolved from a motherboard OEM to the inventor of the small form factor barebones to a company that sells fully integrated systems. They're still doing the SFF thing, though, and the X100 is clearly an attempt to woo…

Spire SP512S7 CPU Heatsink

@ 2006/09/18 read/post comments(0)
Enthusiasts shouldn't be expecting the world from such a small heat sink, but at the same token, there's no chance of breaking the bank, bending the board, or even botching this installation. So in the end, this sink is an…

The Future of Physical Hard Drive Security

@ 2006/09/18 read/post comments(0)
Earlier this month, LaCie revealed another one of its SAFE desktop hard drives with biometric fingerprint reader (scan to get access), internal drive lock (lock the drive inside the case), secure password protection (only authorized users can lock or unlock…

Kingston HyperX KHX8500D2K2/1G 1GB PC2-8500 / DDR2-1066 Review

@ 2006/09/18 read/post comments(0)
It's official folks, DDR is dead. AMD's socket AM2 was the final nail in the coffin, and quite frankly, we're pleased as punch. Memory manufactures are now free to concentrate their efforts soley on optimzing DDR2, and to further…

Enermax Galaxy 850W EGA850EWL

@ 2006/09/18 read/post comments(0)
Many power supply companies have been offering high-end power supply that can deliver tremendous amount of wattage all the way up to 1kWs (we had a review on the PC Power & Cooling). What sets this power supply aparts from…

Thermaltake Mozart TX VE1000SWA Aluminum Entertainment Center Chassis

@ 2006/09/18 read/post comments(0)
So, is the Mozart Tx “The Ideal Home Entertainment Center”? It easily could be. It could also be so much more. With an impressive feature set and an even more impressive list of available options, the Thermaltake has a real…

AMD Socket AM2 Motherboard Group Test

@ 2006/09/18 read/post comments(0)
Despite my recent Core 2 Duo piece, which proved Intel's latest processor to be considerably better than the AMD equivalent, many people will still be going down the AMD route. With AMD's competitive price cuts and the fact

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