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SandForce SF-1200: Does Lower Capacity Mean Lower Performance?

@ 2010/06/30 read/post comments(0)
Up until now we have observed SSD manufacturers quoting different performance numbers for each capacity size in a product line. The most obvious came in 2009 when some manufacturers listed as many as four distinct performance envelopes in their Indilinx… Go To Full Article

Lian Li T7 Mini ITX Test Bench

@ 2010/06/30 read/post comments(0)
Lian Li has made a name for themselves by producing top-quality all-aluminum cases. Generally they are mid- and full-sized and fairly plain. Recently Lian Li has produced a few crazy designs including the case we are reviewing today. The T7… Go To Full Article

Crucial RealSSD C300 256GB SATA 6Gbps Solid State Drive Review

@ 2010/06/30 read/post comments(0)
Up until this point the solid state drives we have looked at have been limited to the SATA 3Gbps standard. While solid state drives are still much faster than normal hard drives we haven’t been able to really push them… Go To Full Article

OCZ's RevoDrive Preview: An Affordable PCIe SSD

@ 2010/06/29 read/post comments(0)
OCZ sent us the more expensive $699.99 240GB version but the sort of performance scaling we'll show here today should apply to the smaller, more affordable card as well. The genius isn’t in the product, but in how OCZ made… Go To Full Article

MSI MOA Euro finals on the way

@ 2010/06/27 read/post comments(3)
In Euro Disney Paris, the MSI Master of Overclocking is going on in full force. The competition was spread out over 2 days. It seems day two is in favour for our belgian team. Yesterday Superpi32m and 3Dmark06 had to… Go To Full Article

MSI R5870 Lightning Video Card Review

@ 2010/06/22 read/post comments(0)
Today we have MSI's latest Lightning series video card, the R5870 Lightning on our test bench. Is it an explosive success, a shocking failure, or none of the above? We checked it out with the help of six of today's… Go To Full Article

Arctic expands into the peripheral market, intros one keyboard and two mice

@ 2010/06/22 read/post comments(0)
The Swiss company formerly know as Arctic Cooling (now named simply Arctic), has today revealed its first-even input devices, the K381 ultra-slim keyboard and two (wired) gaming mice, the M551 and M571. Now shipping in black and… Go To Full Article

Thermalright going big (again) with the HR-02 heatsink

@ 2010/06/22 read/post comments(0)
Apparently countering its Silver Arrow CPU cooler, which boasts two fans, Thermalright is preparing to let loose the HR-02, a tower cooler that's supposed to provide top performance but without using any fans. Seen below, the beefy… Go To Full Article

New NVIDIA GF100 Board Surfaces, Suggests New High-End SKU

@ 2010/06/22 read/post comments(0)
Sources in the hardware industry leaked some interesting pictures of a new, supposedly reference-design NVIDIA GF100 GPU graphics card PCB, watermarked by board partner Little Tiger. The pictures reveal a PCB that's similar to that of the GeForce GTX 480,… Go To Full Article

Carmack on Rage: either console could look superior

@ 2010/06/22 read/post comments(0)
They are close enough that I could fairly easily design a workload that would make either system look superior. For Rage, we have to expend more effort on the PS3 to maintain 60 hz than we do on the 360,… Go To Full Article

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