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Intel H67 and P67 Motherboards Previewed

@ 2010/09/21 read/post comments(0)
After taking a trip up to ECS last week to have a chat about the overclocking on its latest, top-end P55 motherboard, we managed to secure some sneaky photos of its upcoming P67 and H67 LGA1155 motherboards. These are the… Go To Full Article

White MacBook Knockoff Gets a Built-In DVD-Rom or Dual Batteries

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Let’s face it—I’ve liked everything I’ve seen on the MacBook Air knockoff so far, but this white MacBook wannabe looks pretty amazing. It comes with a built-in DVD optical drive, or dual batteries, check out the details below to know… Go To Full Article

Bill would give Justice Department power to shutter piracy sites worldwide

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Lawmakers introduced legislation Monday that would let the Justice Department seek US court orders against piracy websites anywhere in the world, and shut them down through their domain registration. Go To Full Article

[M] BitFenix Colossus ATX Case Review

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The Colossus is the first case launched from BitFenix, a new company on the market. The case has some interesting features like a very innovative TRON-like lightening, a top compartment with lock and the cable routing/hiding options. The included 2x230mm… Go To Full Article

12-Way 1TB HDD Roundup

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More common, these drives have been on the market since 2007, the first manufacturer to sell a drive at this capacity being Hitachi with the 7K1000. At the time the 7K1000 1 TB used no less than five 200 GB… Go To Full Article

Nvidia signs up with Global Foundries

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After a year or so of negotiations, it looks like Nvidia has finally signed with Global Foundries. The deal is still somewhat shaded in mystery, but it is unlikely to be for GPUs, sources say it is almost assuredly for… Go To Full Article

XBOX Kinect Team Clueless: "hardly anyone plays first person shooters on the PC"

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Halo did an awesome job of building a first-person shooter exclusively for the console, and now hardly anyone plays first person shooters on the PC anymore. It’s all about the console. And I feel it is the same with Kinect… Go To Full Article

Intel announces 10-core CPU at IDF

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Unusually for Intel, this monster server CPU will not require you to build a new system from scratch. Instead, Westmere-EX is socket-compatible with the existing Xeon 7500-series, so you should be able to drop one Westmere-EX, or more realistically four… Go To Full Article

ASRock P55 Extreme4 (P55 Express) Motherboard

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When Intel launched the Lynnfield CPU and the P55 chipset, it was just as the specifications for SATA 3.0 and USB 3.0 were being finalized. Too much was in the works to change the chipset and to integrate SATA 3.0… Go To Full Article

Antec DF 30 Review

@ 2010/09/21 read/post comments(0)
Antec’s new line of high performance chassis’ are aimed at gamers and professionals alike offering exceptional cooling combined with flexibility and functionality. Indeed, the Dark Fleet DF-85 has already been granted high praise here at XSReviews so… Go To Full Article

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