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Pentium D is finally dead

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2008 is the first year when Intel won't have any Pentium-based CPUs. Netburst is finally dead, and Intel managed to switch completely to Core technology from low end to high-end and currently offers 65 and 45nm processors, all based on… Go To Full Article

Scythe All Copper Ninja version for sale

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If you're in Europe and looking for high end silent CPU Cooler, look no further than the Scythe Ninja, the all copper version promises improved performance, but comes at an extra cost. Go To Full Article

Intel Skulltrail Preview

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Intel set out to create an elite and powerful platform and set the bar a step higher. Skulltrail definitely does that very well. Unfortunately it will likely be really expensive. Barring the cost if you need 8 cores for desktop… Go To Full Article

NVIDIA Next Gen GT200 thermal design power (TDP) is 250W

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Nvidia's upcoming GT200, a single chip high end card, scheduled for the second half of 2008, will have a hell of a hot chip.At 65nm things will heat up, especially if you put more than a billion transistors together. Such… Go To Full Article

Contemporary Dual-Core Processors Shootout

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We tested 17 contemporary dual-core processors from AMD and Intel to answer the most important question the users ask these days: what solution is the best choice from the consumer standpoint basing on their price, performance and power consumption.… Go To Full Article

Asus F5R Notebook: Competition within the Same Company

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Today we are going to review another great office solution from Asus. At first glance it is very similar to the X51R we reviewed earlier. The two models seem to differ on the outside only. So is it a new… Go To Full Article

PC Power & Cooling Turbo Cool 860W: Special AnandTech Edition

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A short while ago, PC Power & Cooling (PCP&C) revealed its latest addition to their portfolio: the Turbo Cool 860W. It does not use the same topology as the 1000W and 1200W power supplies from the same series, which we… Go To Full Article

4 CPU Cooler by Cooler Master

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Today, we will have a look to 4 cpu cooler by Cooler Master. In this article, we review the Hyper TX2, Hyper 212, Vortex 752 and the GeminII. Let's see who is the best one, in those few page. Go To Full Article

Skulltrail reviewed: Is it the ultimate gaming mainboard?

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Eight cores and eight Gibibyte of memory: Is that combination any worth getting for gamers or does it belong to a computer center? PCGH reviews a skulltrail system (Intel D5400XS) withtwo Core 2 Extreme QX9775, 4 x 2.048 Mebibyte DDR2-FB-DIMMS… Go To Full Article

Intel's Skulltrail dual-socket enthusiast platform

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It's the coolest codename known to geekdom, and it has the hardware to back it up. Two sockets, eight cores, and a total of 24MB of L2 cache. We put Intel's Skulltrail through its paces and came away feeling dizzy. Go To Full Article

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