Xigmatek's XP-S964

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Code-named for eXtreme Performance, the XP-S964 is designed to provide outstanding performance and yet remain quiet. With 4-piece (6 mm diameter) staggered heat-pipes with high-density and light material the design does suggest that this cooler will provided extremely good cooling… Go To Full Article

Noctua's NC-U6

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It always seems that cooling and quiet are at odds with computer hardware. Cooling is a priority for those who push their systems hard or overclock. Such cooling usually comes at the price of noise. Today we look at one… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master CM690 Case

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Today computer cases are more than the beige box of the past. No longer the drab box sitting on the desktop they have been transformed. People now have a choice of colours as well as styles and can expand the… Go To Full Article

Alphacool NVXP-G8 waterblock

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Alphacool has released its NVXP-G8 waterblock for NVIDIA 8800 based graphics cards. We invited it over for a performance review... Go To Full Article

SilverStone TJ10 Case Review

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The TemJin 10 Case from Silverstone truly is a remarkable case. The engineers at SilverStone really outdid themselves with this case. It has really only one drawback and that was with the mounting system for the drives. Other than that… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake MaxOrb CPU Cooler

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Today we have take a look at the Thermaltake MaxOrb, the flagship in Thermaltake's lineup of CPU coolers. Does this cooler perform as well as Thermaltake claims it does? We put it to the test against several other coolers including… Go To Full Article

Seagate 1TB Family of Drives ... Part 2 - ES.2

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As we alluded to in Part 1 of this review the Seagate Barracuda 1TB 7200.11 is aimed at the mainstream consumer market and the Seagate Barracuda 1TB ES.2 is designed more for enterprise networking solutions. In this part of the… Go To Full Article

More HD 3870/ 3850 Review(s)

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After looking over the graphs in the gaming benchmarks, it's clear to see that this card's results fluctuated quite a bit. The scores weren't too impressive in some of the games but it did great in others and definitely started… Go To Full Article

PowerColor Radeon HD 3850 Xtreme 512MB review

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Both the Radeon HD 3850 and 3870 retain their forebear's 320 Stream Processors, split into four arrays of eighty, coupled with both sixteen texturing units and ROPs. The tessellation unit also remains, as does HDMI support (with dedicated audio capabilities)… Go To Full Article

ATI Radeon HD 3870 & 3850: A Return to Competition

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While the Radeon HD 3870 isn't faster than the GeForce 8800 GT, if AMD can hit its price point, it is a viable alternative if you're looking to save money. AMD is in a lot of trouble… Go To Full Article

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