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Cooler Master Hyper 212 CPU Cooler Review @ ThinkComputers.org

@ 2008/09/25 read/post comments(0)
The Cooler Master Hyper 212 CPU Cooler has two heatsinks each with their own set of four heatpipes for premium cooling. Not only does it have a dual heatsink design, but it also has the ability to have a dual… Go To Full Article

OCZ Dominatrix Laser Gaming Mouse Review @ OCC

@ 2008/09/25 read/post comments(0)
With the Dominatrix, OCZ definitely went a few steps ahead of its competitors. It really fits the needs of the vast majority of gamers, if not all of them. It has a very comfortable shape so you can keep gaming… Go To Full Article

BFG Tech LS-680 680W Power Supply Review @ Bigbruin.com

@ 2008/09/25 read/post comments(0)
The BFG Tech line of power supplies consists of several models that offer a variety of interesting features and power ratings from 550W to 1000W. In this review we will be taking a look at the LS-680, a 680 Watt… Go To Full Article

Sapphire Radeon 4870 TOXIC 512 MB review

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Sapphire has become known for it's TOXIC Edition cards which use their Vapor-X cooler with vapour chamber technology for better cooling but this 4870 TOXIC also features three large heatpipes and a thermally controlled fan which run quiet in all… Go To Full Article

Biostar TPower I45 Motherboard Review

@ 2008/09/24 read/post comments(0)
As chipsets go, the Intel P45 Express is largely identical to the P35 Express which preceded it, so if you're familiar with that platform the P45 will be a comfortable fit from the first boot up. The main difference is… Go To Full Article

Kingston HyperX DDR2-1200 Dual Channel Kit @ InsideHW

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Kingston HyperX modules are made with selected series of memory chips which are usually soldered to quality 6-layer or 8-layer PCB circuit board. Multilayer PCB reduces noise in communication with memory controller, which is very important during overclocking. In this… Go To Full Article

Dual Core Atom: Intel D945GCLF2 & Atom 330 Review

@ 2008/09/24 read/post comments(0)
Last week, when going through the "what's new" list of a local supplier, I found a gem: an inexpensive mini-ITX motherboard with a dual core Atom processor. This little marvel, the Intel D945GCLF2, does not even show up on the… Go To Full Article

Altec Lansing T612 Speaker System Review @ ThinkComputers.org

@ 2008/09/24 read/post comments(0)
The iPhone, probably one of the most popular gadgets out there right now. It is great because it is many devices in one, but 2 majorly, a phone and a MP3 player. Before I had my iPhone I would carry… Go To Full Article

Forcetake MARS RAM Cooler Review

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Each Forcetake Mars RAM heatsink is more than just a stamped aluminum plate like a lot of the memory heatspreaders in use by manufacturers themselves. The Mars cooler is in fact two extruded aluminum sections which are clamped together around… Go To Full Article

Glacialtech Igloo 7312 Silent E Heatsink Review

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The Igloo 7312 Silent E is a moderately compact AMD K8 heatsink, made just of extruded aluminum and an 80mm fan. The Glacialtech Igloo 7312 Silent E is rated for a maximum load of 89W, and is very quiet. Glacialtech's… Go To Full Article

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