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Use your Wiimote with your Linux Machine

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When I bought my new house, I decided to install a HTPC and a nice beamer for my entertainment. I already had a white wall as a processor, and the beamer plus the Core2duo PC accompanying didn't really cost that… Go To Full Article

Xbox-intosh & an Atom-based Cube

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Though [Will] is more of a PC guy, he needed a Mac to run the software he needed for his line of work (Final Cut). Making the best of an unfortunate situation, he constructed this hackintosh inside the case of… Go To Full Article

New SiSoft Sandra 2010 supports GPGPU, Virtualization tests

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When it comes to checking and testing components of the system, there are numerous apps available but one of best and most often used is SiSoft's Sandra system benchmark. I've been using SiSoft Sandra since my career start as a… Go To Full Article

Spire presents the TherMax Eclipse CPU cooler

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The upcoming release features a black-coated heatsink measuring 131 x 70 x 152 mm that boasts 46 aluminum fins and five 8mm U-shaped direct touch copper heatpipes, has two 120mm BlackStar fans and is bundled with a syringe of BlueFrost… Go To Full Article

Sharkoon USB LAN Adapter Makes Any USB Device Network-Accessible

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Germany's own Sharkoon Technologies has just revealed the USB LANPort 100 and 400, a couple of adapters to help you connect USB-supporting devices to a local area network. The compact devices includes an Ethernet connector and one (100) or four… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master Excalibur 120mm fan detailed

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Cooler Master has now provides a good look at Excalibur, a 120mm case fan featuring Barometric Ball Bearing technology which is claimed to ensure low operation noise and a life of up to 100,000 hours. Go To Full Article

New "Cocage" (aka Thermalright) Arrow CPU cooler pictured

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The Thermalright team is currently preparing to introduce a new product under the Cogage brand, the Arrow CPU heatink. Seen below, the new cooling solution measures 147 (L) x 123 (W) x 160 (H) mm and weights 825 grams, and… Go To Full Article

PowerColor to release Radeon HD 5770 version 2.0

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Despite board partners already coming out with new designs, AMD has released a tweaked reference model for the Radeon HD 5770, one boasting a new cooler which strongly resembles than used for the HD 5750. Not wasting… Go To Full Article

AMD Core Counts and Bulldozer: Preparing for an APU World

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Last week Johan posted his thoughts from an server/HPC standpoint on AMD's roadmap. Much of my analysis was limited to desktop/mobile, so if you're making million dollar server decisions then his article is better suited for your needs. Go To Full Article

Domino ALC Liquid Cooling by CoolIT Systems Review

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There are a lot of choices on the market today to cool your CPU, which range from all-in-one kits to modular kits, but by far the Domino from CoolIT is one of the best we have seen. Go To Full Article

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