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ECS GeForce 8800 GT Accelero S1 512MB, MSI GeForce 8600 GT Twin Turbo 256MB

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Today we're going to examine the most interesting 8800 GT card in the market that is made by ECS/Elitegroup. Cooled passively, it allows for an optional fan. Besides, it's factory-overclocked. The second product is a new card from MSI. It's… Go To Full Article

Sapphire Technology Radeon HD 3870 512MB GDDR4

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This is something of a comeback for the ATI brand. AMD claimed the 3000 series would match the performance of the 2900s but would be quieter, cooler and cheaper, and on that score it has achieved its aims admirably. No… Go To Full Article

Sapphire HD 3850 Review

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We re-ran all of the benchmarks over with the new drivers and with the GPU overclocked to 850MHz and the memory at 900MHz. These updates are in the graphs as "Overclocked". Link: Go To Full Article

XFX GeForce 8800 GT 512MB Alpha Dog XXX Edition review

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As we've already mentioned, and as the numerous naming additions beyond the GeForce 8800 GT label suggest, XFX's offering here is a pretty substantially factory overclocked one. Starting out with the board's G92 core, this finds itself clocked at 670MHz,… Go To Full Article

Getting the Most Out Of Your Hardware: Motherboard/CPU Utility Roundup

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There are several great information and diagnostic utilities that work with virtually all motherboards, virtually essential for any computer enthusiast. While by no means a unified offering, they are as a whole a very powerful toolset that make it possible… Go To Full Article

Triple SLI inspected: 150% more Fps in Crysis than single card

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PCGH had the chance to test a Triple SLI system from Nvidia with 8800 Ultras inside. We even had the opportunity to benchmark Crysis with the yet to be released patch which helps SLI performance a lot. We managed to… Go To Full Article

DangerDen M5 & MC-TDX CPU Waterblocks Review

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Nothing says, "My computer rocks!" quite like a sweet looking water cooling system. And it gets better and better as all the blocks evolve. This has been true for just about every water cooling manufacturer. We've seen plenty of water… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte G-Power 2 Pro CPU cooler

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Gigabyte's top CPU cooler model has a different slant, much like their earlier Volar that we already reviewed. Five fat, long heatpipes, a 120mm fan, copper base, and a huge curved array of thin fins: Is it a formula for… Go To Full Article

Nvidia's GeForce 8800 GTS 512 graphics card

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Okay boys and girls, it's time once again for the introduction of a new video card, a happy ritual performed multiple times each year during the lead-up to Christm... err, Holiday. The video card making its debut today is the… Go To Full Article

Noctua NH-U12P and NF-P12 Cool & Quiet

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As we move into the age of multi-core CPU's the importance of using a quality heatsink increases exponentially. The days of sticking any old hunk of metal on top of your CPU are long gone. CPU's have begun to put… Go To Full Article

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