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MSI 890FXA-GD70 Review

@ 2010/06/21 read/post comments(0)
Last month I took a look at the latest mATX motherboard from MSI. Today we look at the high-end ATX version, the GD70. Is it as good? Go To Full Article

GIGABYTE Radeon HD 5750 Silent Cell & HD 5570 OC Video Cards

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Over the past few months I've had a few mid range cards rock up and with high end launches and all those fun things I haven't actually taken the time to look at some of these mid range models. Since… Go To Full Article

Sapphire Radeon HD 5550 Ultimate

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It is kind of funny to see the word “Ultimate” being associated with a budget graphic card. Manufacturer’s often try to put a nice sounding name on a product to attract consumers to spend a bit of extra money. If… Go To Full Article

LC Power, Silverstone & Cooler Master PSUs: Clash of the Titans

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Latest-gen graphics cards consume an awful lot of power, and that seems to increase with each generation. The same could be said for CPUs as well. A configuration that would be able to run the latest games in high resolutions… Go To Full Article

Titan Fenrir EVO CPU Cooler Review

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The Titan Fenrir EVO Heatsink arrived Technic3D. It is compatibility with Intel Core i5 (LGA 1156), Core i7 (LGA 1366), LGA775 and all AMD Socket. See you in the following Review the "Evo" with four 8mm Heatpipes and one 120mm… Go To Full Article

ASUS M4A89GTD Pro/USB3 Motherboard

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We reviewed a lot of motherboards based on the AMD 890GX chipset. Most were original, for example, MSI 890GXM-G65 was one of the most feature-rich mATX boards available, ECS A890GXM-A offered most peripheral functionality, finally, Gigabyte GA-890GPA-UD3H provided the most… Go To Full Article

Intel Slashes Prices Of CPUs in August: Core i7 950 <$300!

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A recent report by HKEPC shows that Intel will be cutting the prices of certain key SKUs to make them and the price-point they're targeting, more competitive. For instance, until now available for over US $500, and replaced by the… Go To Full Article

Toshiba plans 128GB NAND flash launch

@ 2010/06/19 read/post comments(0)
Toshiba recently announced it will launch a 128GB embedded NAND memory chip that can be used for a wide variety of popular consumer electronics. The Japanese electronics company said the new flash module has a 46MB/sec read… Go To Full Article

Marvell to launch free Hybrid SSD/HDD update

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Marvell is set to offer a free update, dubbed HyperHDD, to motherboards that use its 88E9128 SATA 6Gbps chipset, enabling the use of a SSD and hard disk together in two hybrid modes. Plugging the two into… Go To Full Article

Welcome to Valhalla: Inside the New 250GB Xbox 360 Slim

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I own a total of five Xbox 360s. Four of them have died. Three because of the Red Ring of Death, all out of warranty. Many have had serial Xbox 360 failures, I had them in parallel. … Go To Full Article

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