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Dell's XPS 710 H2C Performance Gaming System

@ 2007/02/21 read/post comments(0)
The Dell XPS 710 H2C Edition is billed as a top-of-the-line ultra-performance machine built with the most hardcore of gamers in mind, a niche that Alienware is very familiar with. Not only does the XPS 710 H2C hold the distinction… Go To Full Article

Swedish Computer Performance Championship 2006

@ 2007/02/21 read/post comments(0)
December of 2006 the fifth annual Swedish Computer Performance Championship was held here at NordicHardware. With prizes worth more than ever before, over $9,000, and looking back at last year's results our expectations were set high. Go To Full Article

Yet another tale of Vista upgrade woe

@ 2007/02/21 read/post comments(1)
I think that Vista is only for new machines, for machines where a complete over-write is possible and for techies who don't mind wasting a few hours. Only when the market has matured a little to provide… Go To Full Article

CPU scaling with Geforce 8800 Series

@ 2007/02/21 read/post comments(0)
Most games are GPU bound, although recent RTS game Supreme Commander does need a fast CPU to make it enjoyable. Legion Hardware compares 11 system running G80 series card: "Although the GeForce 8800 GTX is best suited… Go To Full Article

NVIDIA SLI "beta" enabled Vista Driver is here!

@ 2007/02/20 read/post comments(1)
* WHQL Certified driver for GeForce 8800, GeForce 7 series, and GeForce 6 series GPUs * Beta driver for NVIDIA SLI™ support for GeForce 8800 GTX/GTS GPUs Go To Full Article

Wii interest wanes

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The end as Wii know it? "the Wii traded on its full motion control handset, but the first batch of games that came with the machine revealed too many limitations of that method of control. Now it… Go To Full Article

Intel CPU Power Delivery Design Guidelines and Specs: Vdroop Explained

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A very technical article from the guys over at thetechrepository tries to give us a look on vdroop issues for processors on the Intel side of things: "Allowable tolerances are a necessity in any engineering discipline. Set… Go To Full Article

First 3x DVD-ROM Produced Commercially - "Low-Cost HD"

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It still needs an expensive HD-DVD reader to function... "3x DVD-ROM media is red laser media designed for playback in HD DVD players, as an alternative to blue laser media. The disc is the same as other… Go To Full Article

Overclocking Adventure with Dangerden Water Cooling

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TomsHW takes a high end system and uses a Dangerden WC kit for some overclocking fun: "With each step you are pushing your components closer towards failure; push too hard for too long and you can shorten… Go To Full Article

Rydermark benchmark inches closer to release

@ 2007/02/20 read/post comments(2)
RyderMark™ is a free cutting-edge DirectX 9 benchmark for the PC hardware enthusiast and gaming communities. Utilising a proprietary multithreaded game engine and based on an actual game scheduled for future release, the benchmark shows off exciting…

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