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nVidia GeForce 8800GTS 640MB vs. 1280MB in SLI mode

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We have had a look at the 320MB nVidia GeForce 8800GTS graphic card offering a few times here at TweakTown in the past - we have looked at it in its stock form, overclocked and in SLI. It’s a fantastic… Go To Full Article

HighPoint RocketRAID 2310

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Once synonymous with servers, RAID has made its way into the mainstream thanks to the inclusion of onboard controllers by the motherboard manufacturers. Can a dedicated card make much of a difference to system performance? Along with High Point, we… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master Mystique 632 Case

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Is it time to upgrade that old case of yours? Have you thought about the Cooler Master case line-up? If not, you should. Having used several of the Cooler Master cases in the past, I was looking forward to getting… Go To Full Article

Corsair Dominator TWIN2X2048-10000C5DF

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In PC enthusiast circles, Corsair is a name that needs no introduction. For years, the company has consistently produced some of the most sought after, high speed memory modules available at the time. Their XMS line of DDR memory was… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master Aquagate Duo Viva

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What can I say? It's another innovative, highly configurable good performing budget cooling solution. The Coolermaster Aquagate Duo Viva is all around well made with reliable components and good looks to match. The design and jet black components give it… Go To Full Article

Bigfoot Networks Killer NIC & Killer K1 Network Cards

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the results from our tests proved to be less than compelling and I can honestly say that if I'd purchased this card with a view to improving my FPS and ping, I'd be disappointed. It is quite possible that our… Go To Full Article

High-end LGA775 Heatsink Group Test

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Today, we have a selection of coolers from Asus, Noctua, ThermalFly and Zalman on test. Each of these coolers makes use of heatpipe technology to some extent and whatever your needs are, there should be something here that might be… Go To Full Article

Mushkin HP-580AP Enhanced PSU

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During our natural sub-zero overclocking event this past winter we had chose to use the Mushkin HP-580AP power supply. The Intel processor was running 133% of its rated speed, and through the entire process the power supply… Go To Full Article

EVGA 680i SLI Motherboard

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NVIDIA used to be the kings of motherboard chipsets for the AMD platform. While they did release some chipsets for the Intel platform their true focus lay on creating the best possible chipsets for the AMD CPU’s. That is until… Go To Full Article

RAIDing Your Hard Drives - Yes or No?

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Setting up hard drives in a RAID array has become very common lately, with most mid and high-range motherboards including a RAID controller onboard, usually with Serial ATA interface. So it has become easier than ever before. But is it… Go To Full Article

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