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ATI Radeon HD 3870 Extreme Overclocking Experience

@ 2008/07/18 read/post comments(1)
Obviously, we’ve got not the best sample of the ATI Radeon HD 3870. We only achieved a frequency of 1GHz at a voltage of 1.71V although other cards were reported to be stable at that frequency with 1.55-1.6V voltage. We… Go To Full Article

Visiontek HD 4870 Video Card Review

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For the Visiontek HD 4870 I was only able to get a limited overclock on the GPU of 30MHz before it became unstable. This seems to be a pattern with the HD 4870 cards as I achieved the same GPU… Go To Full Article

OCZ EliteXStream 800W PSU

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OCZ's EliteXStream 800W is an all-around solid unit. The unit handled our tests without a sweat and held stable even in the harshest environment. As we have seen today, its performance is on par with much more expensive Go To Full Article

Force3D ATi HD4870

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Radeon HD4800 series of graphics cards is real refreshment in these days. Every new generation of GPU brought a big shift in performances and ATi this time showed us that top model graphics chip (RV770) doesn’t have to be expensive.… Go To Full Article

Mushkin Ascent 2x2GB PC3-12800 DDR3 Kit Review

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Summer is in full swing here in North America and the temperature outside isn't the only thing starting to really heat up. The battle for DDR3 market share is also becoming a more hotly debated contest with every passing day.… Go To Full Article

Linux 2.6.26 Kernel Benchmarks

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Over the weekend the Linux 2.6.26 kernel was released. This quarterly update to the Linux kernel introduced Kernel-based Virtual Machine improvements, new One Laptop Per Child support, a new video web camera driver, updates to the Direct Rendering Manager, and… Go To Full Article

Xigmatek HDT-SD964 CPU Cooler

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We’ve seen a lot of heatpipe contact coolers recently and they’ve all been quite good. One manufacturer that has been implementing the technology on many of its heat-sinks is Xigmatek and today I have another of one of their HDT… Go To Full Article

BFG ES Series 800W PSU

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Everything has changed: look, style, manufacturing facilities - and the ES Series from BFG represents the leading part of four new sub-brands; ES, MX, LS and GS. The ES-800 is a non-modular unit, but while some of… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake Max and DuOrb review

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Today, we have two of their newest CPU coolers in the labs—the DuOrb and MaxOrb. You may be familiar with the very popular Thermaltake DuOrb VGA cooler that they also produce. The DuOrb CPU cooler employs the same basic shape… Go To Full Article

Silenx Ixtrema Pro Heatsink Review

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Now it's time for what everyone has been waiting for, the temperature tests… We've constructed our test bed to properly simulate an E6600 core-two duo processor at stock speeds. Now I would like to stress one last time that… Go To Full Article

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