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Ultra ChillTEC Thermo Electric CPU Cooler Review

@ 2007/08/15 read/post comments(0)
I was always taught that water and electronics don't mix. However, with the onslaught of high end watercooling systems out there, is there a worthwhile alternative for those that fear the H20? Ultra's ChillTEC might just be… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master CoolViva Pro VGA Cooler Review

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Cooler Master is very well known with their coolers, cases and power supplies; their product line is literally huge. CM also benefits from a huge distribution network, which means you can find their products everywhere. This new cooler is made… Go To Full Article

Ultra Products X3 1000 watt ATX power supply review

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For some the jury is still out as to whether a power supply should have multiple 12-volt rails or is it better for it to rely on a high current single 12-volt rail. Ultra Products has opted for the single… Go To Full Article

Open-Source ATI Driver Gets TV-Out Support

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Thanks to recent commits in the RandR 1.2 branch for the open-source X.Org Radeon driver, it's now possible to use S-Video and composite TV output on your ATI graphics card without any patches. This is not limited… Go To Full Article

QNAP TS-109 Pro Turbo Station Review

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Nowadays a lot of people have a dedicated home server for data storage, downloads or both. The TS-109 Pro is the latest fully featured NAS server by QNAP, it allows you to house everything your home-serving heart requires in a… Go To Full Article

MTRON SSD 32GB: Wile E. Coyote or Road Runner?

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The final HD Tach results showed the NVIDIA 680i generating a sustained transfer rate of 95.1 MB/sec, write speeds of 74.7 MB/sec, and a burst rate of 100.4 MB/sec. The same MTRON drive on the Intel P35/ICH9R boards scored a… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake Kandalf LCS case Review

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Liquid-Cooled computers used to be DIY projects involving many hours of labor to patch up different cases and cooling components from various manufactures. ThermalTake LCS (Liquid-Cooled System) is designed to be an all-in-one approach to reduce head-ache… Go To Full Article

Cascading the Nautilus 500 review

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Anyone over the age of twenty-one might remember a fun commercial for a doublemint gum whose message was double your pleasure, double your fun. It showed two young twin ladies, two young puppies, etc. Basically, things were better in two's… Go To Full Article

Antec Sonata III ATX Enclosure Review

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Antec Sonata-series cases have been popular amongst the enthusiast for years already and now the series has reached its third version. It's interesting to see if and how Antec has managed to futher-improve the already pretty through-tought… Go To Full Article

In Win Mountain Jade HTPC Case Review

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In Win's Mountain Jade microATX case is the Taiwanese manufacturer's improvement on its BK623 case. The Mountain Jade is well-suited for an HTPC, promising only 30 dB(A) outside the case when combined with a stock Core 2 Duo cooler. ThinkComputers… Go To Full Article

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