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ZeroTherm BFT90 CPU Cooler Review

@ 2007/08/29 read/post comments(1)
As one of the hottest products to hit the market today, the ZeroTherm BTF90 is classified as a high end CPU cooler solution geared for enthusiasts. Sporting a massive copper base, eight heat pipes, and copper fins,… Go To Full Article

MSI X38 Diamond displayed in Taipei

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The MSI marketing people just sent through a shot of the almost final revision of their X38 Diamond with the new full cooper heat pipe cooling solution (the shipping version will be striped of DDR2 slots and will be DDR3… Go To Full Article

MSI shows K9A2 Platinum (AMD RD790) mobo

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You will notice that the rollercoaster type heat pipe which we saw on MSI P35 boards has gone and been replaced with a more placid looking design which cools the PWM area, Northbridge and Southbridge via its copper material. There… Go To Full Article

Western Digital Caviar SE16 WD7500AAKS 750GB SATA 3 Gbps Hard Drive Review

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Western Digital may not be able to toot their horn for being the first to the 750GB plateau, but unless you have a time machine and want to go back 15 months, does it really matter at this point? The… Go To Full Article

Asus P5K3 Premium part 2

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The performance in 2D testing favours slightly better in the way of the Premium, and even at 1,500MHz it doesn't really extend the lead that much. Also, it's not like you can't just buy some 1,500MHz memory and drop it… Go To Full Article

MSI NX8600GT Twin Turbo - Choose your own mode!

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MSI proudly unveils its latest graphic card, the MSI NX8600GT Twin Turbo. This graphic card is equipped with two separate vBIOS on-board, which each carry dedicated GPU, shader and memory clock settings. By pressing on the hardware button on the… Go To Full Article

VisionTek ATI HD 2400 Pro Review

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We’d say for budget minded individual looking for an in-expensive DX10 upgrade, or simply wants to experiment with a HTPC the ATI Radeon HD 2400 Pro will not disappoint and surely will not break the bank. Go To Full Article

Ultra X-Pro 800W Aluminum PSU ULT33185

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Ultra has been in the business of producing good looking products which are known to perform well, and still not cost a fortune. We recently reviewed the Ultra ULT33186 Chilltec TEC CPU Cooler, which offered a unique blend of technologies… Go To Full Article

PC Power & Cooling Silencer 750w CrossFire Edition ATX PSU

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PC Power & Cooling are without doubt one of the most highly recommended PSU manufacturers by enthusiasts, and since their recent partnership with OCZ we've been waiting to see what comes out of their doors. It looks like the wait… Go To Full Article

Managing the acoustics of a Terabyte

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Earlier this month, we lauded Hitachi's Deskstar 7K1000 terabyte hard drive for its industry-leading capacity. We weren't as impressed with the drive's noise levels, though. Under a seek load, the 7K1000 tipped our digital sound level meter at over 57… Go To Full Article

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