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Buy an oil cooled PC for $11000

@ 2008/10/22 read/post comments(0)
For roughly $11,000 you cold have this awesome oil cooled computer rig. This system was designed specifically to be able to keep the electronics submerged in oil. The system uses SSD for storage, so everything can be submerged. Check out… Go To Full Article

EVGA working on Intel X58 motherboard

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As may know, NVIDIA doesn't have a chipset ready for the launch of Nehalem. This has forced companies that use NVIDIA chipsets exclusively, like EVGA, to rethink and instead turn to Intel and its X58 chipset. This comes with at… Go To Full Article

SLI licensed to run on X58 mainboards from ASUS, EVGA, MSI, Gigabyte and DFI

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SLI licensed to run on X58 mainboards from ASUS, EVGA, MSI, Gigabyte and DFI NVIDIA Corporation today announced that theworld’s preeminent motherboard manufacturers, ASUS, EVGA, MSI, Gigabyte, and DFI, haveall licensed NVIDIA®SLI®technology for their new line-up of…

Intel cuts Core 2 Quad Q6600, Q8200 prices

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Just as rumored, Intel has tweaked its price list a little in preparation for next-gen Core i7 processors. The latest Intel price list includes three major changes: price cuts for entry-level quad-core processors, the addition of a brand-new Core 2… Go To Full Article

SilverStone Sugo SG04 Case Review

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Last year we had looked at the SilverStone Sugo SG03 and found it to be a phenomenal successor to the Sugo SG01 Evolution and it had went on to receive our Editor's Choice Award. Since the release of the SG03,… Go To Full Article

Sapphire Toxic Radeon HD4850 Videocard Review

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Overall, Sapphire's attempt to make an already fast card pack even more punch while keeping it cool and quiet can easily be summed to be a success. Sapphire's TOXIC HD4850 version blends a good amount of looking cool while running… Go To Full Article

G.Skill 4GB DDR2-800 Pi Black Series Dual Channel Memory Kit Review

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The G.Skill 4GB DDR2-800 Pi Black Series dual channel memory kit is an interesting new offering in the aging PC2-6400 DDR2 memory market. The kit was able to run at 800MHz with extremely tight timings of 4-4-4-12, while using a… Go To Full Article

Swiftech MCP655 (adjustable) Pump

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Central Processing Units tend to run really hot when you're overclocking. There are some really good air cooling solutions available out there, but for some of us it's just not good enough. Wanting to squeeze every last drop of performance… Go To Full Article

Zotac GeForce GTX 260 AMP²! Edition

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Zotac's GeForce GTX 260 AMP²! Edition is a pretty good card in many respects, because it delivers good performance across the board and you'll get class-leading performance in games like Crysis and there's also an increasing push from Nvidia on… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake Ram Orb Memory cooler (+ Gskill DDR3 1800) Review

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Thermaltake have sent us some of their aftermarket RamOrb RAM coolers, but the package that we were sent for this review was rather unusual, in being that Thermaltake have partnered with GSkill and the RamOrbs came installed… Go To Full Article

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