SilverStone Milo ML02 HTPC Case Review

@ 2007/08/05 read/post comments(0)
Over the years of looking at SilverStone products we have seen a wide variety of cases and with all of them they've sported top-notch construction, excellent designs with useful features, and with each new model their products only seem to… Go To Full Article

Single core still rules the gaming world

@ 2007/08/04 read/post comments(2)
In the everlasting battle of AMD versus Intel, currently Intel has the nod with 53.19% of all users on steam, while AMD held 46.80%. However, results do not sound so good for Intel, since 76.06% of all users own a… Go To Full Article

PC Case mod - Build Into Hifi Rack

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It's a EPIA M10000 motherboard,and a Dell 2400(rewired) 24 point switch, crammed into an Shelftop stereo box! Go To Full Article

64-bit PCs: Drivers wanted

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Microsoft is requiring those device manufacturers to develop 64-bit drivers if they want their devices to work with the 64-bit edition of Windows Vista, in an effort to ensure that device drivers are written to proper standards. But hardware vendors… Go To Full Article

ASRock 4Core1333-FullHD HTPC Motherboard Review

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The latest motherboard to reach my test bench is the ASRock 4Core1333-FullHD HTPC Motherboard. The features it offers aren't completely new yet it does support 1333 Front Side Processors right out of the box. Being a movie buff that enjoys… Go To Full Article

DDR3 Shootout - Geil, Kingston & OCZ

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We have been prattling on about DDR3 and the Intel platform for some time now. It has only been a few months since DDR3 hit the shore, but its already starting to be produced in mass, especially by the enthusiast… Go To Full Article

Ultra X3 1600W Modular Power Supply Review

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There's no question that the Ultra X3 1600W Modular Power Supply has a lot of power. Considering your typical computer build only requires 500W or less, is there any need for 1600 watts? Well, if you have the very latest… Go To Full Article

Vizo Orbiter HDD Cooler Review

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The past few years hard drives have grown exponentially in capacity and cache size (as well as new features like NCQ), but the most common spin rate is still 7200RPM. Another variable that hasn't changed much is heat output: a… Go To Full Article

Scythe Ninja Plus Rev.B, Infinity, and Andy Samurai Master CPU Coolers

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Although relatively new to the market, Scythe, which first began its United States business operations in 2004, has already introduced a number of products that have been quite popular among PC enthusiasts. The secret to Scythe's success is a pretty… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte P35C-DS3R Motherboard Review

@ 2007/08/04 read/post comments(0)
Recently I had the opportunity to visit Gigabyte's US Headquarters, where I was given a tour of Gigabyte's new products, including their Ultra Durable 2 Series of motherboards. Today, HL takes a look at Gigabyte's ultra-versatile GA-P35C-DS3R.… Go To Full Article

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