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MSI P45 Diamond

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Today. we take a look on MSI’s upcoming P45 Diamond motherboard that is equipped with Intel latest EagleLake chipset aka P45. The new chipset brings official support for 1333MHz FSB along with the option to use DDR3-1333MHz. We say option… Go To Full Article

Samsung F1 750GB & 1TB Drives: Fast... and Silent?

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Samsung F1s are the top performing 7200RPM desktop drives of the day. We put the 750G and 1TB models through their paces in SPCR's acoustics chamber to find out whether they can take the low noise crown. Go To Full Article

MSI RX3870-T2D512E OC Videocard Review

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With both AMD and Nvidia readying a new arsenal of videocards, the real battle for GPU supremacy won't be fought until later this summer. In the meantime, gamers are enjoying attractive price points nearly across the board, and unlike days… Go To Full Article

ASUS Rampage Formula Review

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This motherboard was a breeze to overclock. To OC this board, I attempted to get the highest Front Side Bus that I could. After many different settings, the highest I could get stable was 470x7. This motherboard booted up at… Go To Full Article

AVC Heatsinks at Computex 2008: A View To A Cooler

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Frostytech stopped by the AVC (asia vital corporation) booth at Computex Taipei this past week to see what's new from this massive thermal solutions company, and to find out how its LGA1366 Nehalem heatsinks are coming along. Unfortunately I only… Go To Full Article

Tagan Black Pearl WCR

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Tagan has hit a lot of things right with the Black Pearl WCR case. From tool-less features to many small details for cable management, the Black Pearl WCR was extremely easy to work with. With pre-drilled holes for water cooling… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte's GA-X48-DQ6

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In our second X48 review we take a look at Gigabyte's GA-X48-DQ6 - their top of the line X48 board, equipped with more SATA-II and USB2.0 ports than you can shake a stick at. Go To Full Article

Sigma Unicorn Case Review

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Unicorn from Sigma is a steel mid-tower case with a dark transparent side window and four 5 ¼" bays, two external 3 ½" bays, five internal 3 ½" bays for hard disk drives (four available in a removable hard disk… Go To Full Article

CoolIt Eliminator Liquid CPU cooler Review

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Some things are just simple, straightforward and efficient; this describes the CoolIt Eliminator in a few words as that is just what it is. No filling of a reservoir, no messing with a bunch of tubes that may leak and… Go To Full Article

Kingwin Mach 1 1000w Review

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With the ever growing technologies such as quad SLI and quad core CPU’s; the need for more power also grows. However, not only have PSU manufacturers got the task of creating a power supply which pumps out plenty of watts,… Go To Full Article

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