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There is no such thing as "SATA II drives", stupid

@ 2007/01/27 read/post comments(3)
While the nice people at SATA-IO are right and while they might not like it, if you do a web search for "SATA II drive" on Froogle, you will find hundreds, probably thousands of sellers advertising kit as "SATA II… Go To Full Article

Athlon 64 X2 3600+ Brisbane 65nm

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A closer look at the X2 3600+ shows CAAFG as the batch code with a 52nd week of 2006 as the packaging date. This puts the CPU as a very fresh off the fab processor. Lastly ADO3600IAA5DL shows us this… Go To Full Article

Ultra 800W X-Finity & X-Pro Power Supplies

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"The Ultra X-Finity 800W and X-Pro 800W power supplies are pretty much on equal ground when it comes to performance. The only real difference between them is; the X-Finity is black and comes with FlexForce cables, the X-Pro is silver… Go To Full Article

Intel 45nm Process And The First Signs Of Penryn

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“ Intel said the first products to use this technology will likely be 35W mobile CPUs, with servers and desktops to follow depending on platform readiness. If your wondering if your motherboard will support Penryn, Intel expects some motherboard developers… Go To Full Article

GeCube X1950 Pro Champion Edition

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The Radeon X1950 Pro series is one of the hottest selling video cards at the moment. It is competitively priced and can run all current games without breaking a sweat. Gecube has engineered a special TEC cooled solution for improved… Go To Full Article

SPEC CPU2006 Benchmark Overview

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"The Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC) released the long-awaited SPEC CPU2006 on August 24, 2006. It replaced six-year-old SPEC CPU2000. SPEC is a non-profit group, which membership is drawn from hardware and software manufacturers as well as academic and research… Go To Full Article

Cooljag OAK-H Radial Skived Copper Fin Heatsink

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"The Cooljag OAK-H heatsink is identical to the Cooljag OAK-H2 model in all ways, except for its internally illuminated blue LED fan. Both heatsinks offer a unique approach, largely due to the construction method which utilizes a ring of skived… Go To Full Article

XFX 7600GT Fatality

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The 7600GT Fatal1ty card has some good and some bad points. The good is that it is the fastest available 7600GT card on the market today with clockspeeds exceeding the other 7600GT cards by a good margin. The card is… Go To Full Article

Sunbeamtech UV Acrylic Case

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Personally, I'm not a fan of acrylic cases. Their track record is none too convincing to me. The trade off between having an amazing looking case versus having a sturdier, but still cool-looking, case is important to me. I like… Go To Full Article

Antec Nine Hundred Gamers Case

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"The Nine Hundred is one of Antec’s cases designed specifically for the gamer. Containing a huge 200mm fan on top, and no less than five places to mount 120’s, at least it should run cool…" Go To Full Article

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