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Nvidia Preps GeForce 8800 Ultra – Listing in Drivers

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It is not a secret that Nvidia Corp., currently the only supplier of DirectX 10-compliant visual processing units, is working on various versions of its GeForce 8-series graphics chips for various market segments. Which is rather a sensation is that… Go To Full Article

AMD Quietly Accelerates 65W Chips Family

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At this point AMD’s lineup of Athlon 64 X2 chips with 65W TDP includes nine processor models (3600+, 3800+, 4000+, 4200+, 4400+, 4600+, 4800+, 5000+ and 5200+) with different specs and made using 90nm or 65nm fabrication process. Intel’s family… Go To Full Article

ATI Plans to Align “R600” Launch with 65nm Graphics Chip Models

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Advanced Micro Devices, the company that supplies 25% of the world’s x86 microprocessors that has been making inroads into graphics technologies business since it acquired ATI Technologies in late October, 2006, demonstrated the delayed code-named R600 graphics boards at a… Go To Full Article

OCZ 2GB Flex XLC PC2-9200

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OCZ is on the top of their game, which is evident just by taking a look at their recent inventory. I will be taking a look at their latest high-end kit today, which utilize the new water-cooling capable heat spreaders. Go To Full Article

Silverstone CFP51 5.25" to 3.5" Bay Converter

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The new CFP51 from Silverstone is quite a unique product. It is a universal bay converter designed for those with mid or full tower cases sporting three free 5.25inch drive bays. Not only will it convert them so that you… Go To Full Article

Athlon 64 X2 4000+ Brisbane 65nm core overclocking

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Using some quick stock heatsink air cooling we got the chip to just over 3GHz, or about 100MHz less than we got the X2 3600+. Considering what the 65nm chips are clocking to this is pretty expected. Clearly you would… Go To Full Article

AVC-K1 Middle Tower ATX Case

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Last year we tested two HTPC-cases made by Zalman. They were both meant to be stacked with other AV-equipment. However Media PCs do not have to be horizontal and 43 cm wide, they can also be shaped like… Go To Full Article

OCZ PC2-8500 Platinum DDR2

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Today we see DDR2 on all performance platforms, at the same time we're seeing that DDR2 has started replacing DDR on the low end systems as well. We've earlier looked at the memory performance of AMD's AM2 platform and now… Go To Full Article

Wireless router group test

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Are you in the market for a decent wireless router? We test four routers from D-Link, Netgear, TrendNet and Zyxel to find out which one satisfies the hardware enthusiast's needs the best. Go To Full Article

SteelPad S&S (New Improved Surface)

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Based on the award-winning SteelPad S&S, SteelSeries has created a new mouse pad that comes with a completely new surface that is optimized to give the best compromise between low friction and best precision. We tested this $35 mousepad that… Go To Full Article

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