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Bfg Gtx-295

@ 2009/01/21 read/post comments(0)
BFG has been a favorite among computer enthusiasts for quite a while now. Known for their high quality cutting edge Nvidia GPU's and high efficiency power supplies, many an enthusiast has browsed the BFG site longing for that massive GPU… Go To Full Article

ASRock N7AD-SLI Socket 775 nForce 740 SLI Motherboard Review

@ 2009/01/21 read/post comments(0)
nVidia, for one, has developed a new chipset for the LGA 775, the nForce 740i SLI. They took the bridges c55 + MCP51, used in the nForce 650i chipset, and built around it a platform for an entry-level SLI motherboard,… Go To Full Article

Silver Power SP-SS500 500W PSU Review

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Most people have a wrong idea about how much power does a modern PC require. There are models marked as 100-150W for the needs of ultra-small nettop computers capable of connecting you to the global net or… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake V9 Case Review

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Today we're looking at Thermaltake’s new mid-tower case, the V9. It looks eerily familiar, seeming to channel the essence of another successful gamer tower, the Antec 900. Whereas the 900 did have some design issues, it would appear that Thermaltake… Go To Full Article

ACard's ANS-9010 Serial ATA RAM disk

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I have to admire ACard for coming up with the ANS-9010 RAM disk. Not only does it make the solid-state storage market a little more interesting, but it occasionally offers truly inspiring performance, as well. The drive easily handled our… Go To Full Article

BFG GTX 285 OCX 1GB Video Card Review

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With the GTX 285 we will see the gradual phasing out of the GTX 280 and indeed, we are seeing the telltale signs of this with the outgoing cards retailing for significantly discounted prices. This in effect has been putting… Go To Full Article

Chieftec AEGIS Mid Tower Review

@ 2009/01/21 read/post comments(0)
Overall, the Chieftec AEGIS was slightly disappointing. With a name like Chieftec, I would have hoped for a product with more cooling ability (they didn't include any fans), and better noise / vibration dampening. Every time one of my hard… Go To Full Article

GELID Silent Spirit CPU Cooler

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This time around, we are looking at the GELID Silent Sprit, the latest of GELID’s products to surface. This coolers small footprint and lower clearance makes it a good candidate for HTPC’s and m-ATX users. With the 90mm fan that… Go To Full Article

DDR2 Memory Comparison Test

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We have decided to perform comparison test of memory modules that are certified at 533MHz or more precise at DDR2-1066 standard. We provided for this test several Dual Channel kits with 2x1GB capacity. Choice for this module speed came as… Go To Full Article

CoolIT Domino A.L.C. CPU Cooler

@ 2009/01/21 read/post comments(0)
If you want to get rid of that air CPU cooler, but find water-cooling too complicated and expensive, CoolIT might have just what you're looking for. Their Domino A.L.C. is designed to offer greater cooling-abilities over air, while retaining reasonable… Go To Full Article

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