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XFX Black Edition 850W Power Supply

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We put the XFX Black Edition 850W power supply through our rigorous testing process to see how well the company’s first PSU would perform under pressure. After all is said and done, we think it is safe to say XFX… Go To Full Article

Windows 7 has better application compatibility than Vista

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Microsoft is trumpeting statistics showing impressive numbers of applications that run without hiccup on Windows 7. When Vista launched it was so different from XP that few applications worked. Partly or entirely-non-running device drivers and apps were caused so many… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte P55A Boards USB3, SATA3 Issues Analysis

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There are 3 scenarios you could face using that board. One, your graphics card will run at half the PCIe bandwidth (x8) if you use USB3 or SATA3. Two, if your graphics card run at full speed (x16) or if… Go To Full Article

DRAM prices are flat

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BEANCOUNTERS at DRAMexchange, who have been counting rams to help them sleep, say that contract prices for DRAM chips remained unchanged in the first half of December. Other ram counters had been predicting a slight dip, but that is what… Go To Full Article

Wireless Gigabit Network Specification Completed

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Wireless Gigabit Alliance (WiGig), the organization advancing the adoption and widespread use of 60GHz wireless technology worldwide, on Thursday announced the completion of its unified wireless specification. The WiGig spec enables high performance wireless display and audio and provides data… Go To Full Article

Packard Bell Recalls Lithium-Ion Batteries

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Problems with li-ion batteries are still not going away. Packard Bell, a well-known maker of personal computers, on Wednesday announced that it would recall batteries contained in certain notebooks made in 2007 since those computers can catch fire because of… Go To Full Article

Intel stops making G1 SSDs

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Intel Corp. has announced plans to discontinue its X25-M and X18-M solid-state drives (SSDs) that are based on multi-level cell flash produced using 50nm process technology. The process is rather natural given that the company already ships SSDs powered by… Go To Full Article

Windows 7 in a box

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For everyone who made the big switch to Windows 7 here is the ultimate Desktop Tool.Windows7 in a Box .Windows7 in a Box was designed to help guide you through the brand new operating system from Microsoft .Everything from Theme… Go To Full Article

NVIDIA Comments on Intel’s Larrabee Delay

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NVIDIA's Fermi A3 silicon is in the oven

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IT LOOKS LIKE Nvidia has put the A3 stepping of Fermi in the oven, it happened some time last week. That means that you may see cards as early as February, depending on two or three other factors. Go To Full Article

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