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Crucial Ballistix PC2-8000 EPP

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Crucial has been in overclocking for some time now, and the Ballistix modules do show the best of what Crucial has managed to engineer. While it’s not as good as high-end modules from companies like OCZ and Corsair, it is… Go To Full Article

Lian Li PC-G7 A Case

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The name Lian left is for years for thought out and high-quality housings from aluminum admits. Apart from the easy weight one sets for a thought out ventilation concept on simple handling and. With the PC-G7 A the concept of… Go To Full Article

Nvidia High-End Chipset Problem Solved, Says Nvidia, but End-Users Disagree

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Nvidia Corp., a leading developer of core-logic sets and graphics processors, said that the problem with Serial ATA controller on its latest high-end core-logic sets is solved, however, some users are still reporting problems with Serial ATA operation on systems… Go To Full Article

Gainward overclocks 8800 GTS to 550+ core

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GAINWARD is about to release its overclocked G80. The company decided to go for 8800 GTS instead of GTX as the cooling engineers advised the marketing guys that this might not be a good idea. 8800 GTX already runs hot… Go To Full Article

Intel Q6600 Quad core launches on the 7th Jan 2007

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The spec is the same as for the Q6700 CPU, but the new one runs at 2.4GHz instead of 2.66. Intel plans to price it at $851 per piece. But if you are patient and you want… Go To Full Article

Hauppauge Releases WinTV-HVR-3000

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Hauppauge has released a new addition to its WinTV product lineup: the WinTV-HVR-3000. The new WinTV-HVR-3000 can tune into three different video sources. The new tri-mode TV tuner can decode DVB-S satellite, DVB-T terrestrial and regular analogue… Go To Full Article

Memory Makers Plan for Terabit Memory Using 3D Packaging

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NEC Electronics, working jointly with Elpida Memory and Oki Electric, says it has developed novel packaging technology that places eight memory chips and one controller chip in a vertical stack, with 3D connections between the chips. The… Go To Full Article

SIS replaces ATI in Intel chipset market

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INTEL is still making ATI-based motherboards but this will end by the time 2007 arrives.Intel brings an alternative the board codenamed Little valley which is based on SIS' 662 chipset. The chipset supports Pentium Ds and Core 2 Duo CPUs,… Go To Full Article

AMD Athlon 64 X2 4800+ 65-nm Brisbane

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AMD's released a flurry of new CPUs in the past few weeks. Up for eval today is the X2 4800+. This CPU is based on AMD's new 65-nm Brisbane core and runs at 2.5GHz. With the smaller manufacturing process, the… Go To Full Article

Sapphire TOXIC X1950 XTX

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The packaging is almost identical to the previous TOXIC model with a large clear plastic box housing the card - this does very little better than a cardboard box would but it does look nice. The master card bundle includes… Go To Full Article

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