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Investigating Intel's Turbo Memory: Does it really work?

@ 2007/06/20 read/post comments(0)
The one unique feature that Santa Rosa offered that no other competing mobile platform, Intel or not, could bring to the table was a technology called Turbo Memory. An on-motherboard flash card, Intel's Turbo Memory is designed to act as… Go To Full Article

OCZ DDR2 PC2-6400 Reaper Memory

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Much of the memory on the market is fairly standard, both in the looks and performance department. The OCZ DDR2 PC2-6400 Reaper Memory certainly stands alone with its heatpipe design. This design ensures the memory remains cool and gives more… Go To Full Article

Bfg 8600gts Oc & Bfg 8600gt Oc

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While there were plenty of ups and downs with these cards one thing becomes abundantly clear and it is like a game of poker that has been fixed by the dealer: Nvidia’s AIB partners can only play whatever hand Nvidia… Go To Full Article

Antec Nine Hundred ATX Case

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Installation and functionality wins high marks around here, and the Nine Hundred delivers on both counts. Setting up a system was a piece of cake (other than our scratched PSU), and everything from controlling the fans to having all the… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master Stacker 832 Case

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The Cooler Master Stacker 832 is the company's biggest, baddest and by far most unique case. It is the third generation Stacker and has not only grown in overall dimensions but also has some very unique features. Screwless drive installation,… Go To Full Article

Akasa Evo Blue AK-922 Heatsink

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The Akasa AK-922 is a hefty heatsink designed for all current AMD and Intel processor families so it should appeal to all users. The AK-922 'Evo Blue' features no less than six copper heat pipes, a very thick copper base,… Go To Full Article

Vizo Master Panel II

@ 2007/06/20 read/post comments(0)
I’ve always found connecting peripheral devices in the back of the computer to be a pain, especially if it’s inside a cabinet or under a table. Vizo, makers of a wide range of computer products, has come out with a… Go To Full Article

Scythe Mine Rev.B SCMN-1100 Heatsink

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The Scythe Mine Rev.B is a funny looking cooler, with a 100mm fan at the center and two separate columns of aluminum cooling fins on either side. Like the Asus Arctic Square Frostytech reviewed previously, this Scythe heatsink (model no.… Go To Full Article

Steampunk Monitor Mod

@ 2007/06/19 read/post comments(1)
The Steampunk Keyboard looked terribly anachronistic sitting in front of my Dell 1907FP flat panel monitor and while I hesitated to tear open a $300 monitor that was still under warantee, art must be served. Go To Full Article

Analysts Skeptical of AMD Outsourcing Plan

@ 2007/06/19 read/post comments(0)
The building pressure recently prompted some analysts to predict that AMD might stop manufacturing any chips at all and convert to a fully outsourced business model as soon as 2008. AMD said that rumor had come from a speculative Goldman… Go To Full Article

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