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GeCube Radeon X1650 XT Dual 512MB Video Card Review

@ 2007/07/13 read/post comments(0)
Let's play good cop, bad cop. We're fans of innovation and congratulate GeCube on designing a working dual-GPU card featuring twin Radeon X1650 XTs on one PCB. Performance is reasonable for the expected £120 outlay and quad-monitor support is handy… Go To Full Article

Intel Core 2 Duo E6320/6420: The Long Awaited Low-End

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As a whole, new processors are somewhat disappointing. At that it is quite logical to assume, that since 6320 turned out to be not much faster than 6300, 6420 will be insignificantly faster than 6400 (although we do not have… Go To Full Article

NVIDIA GeForce 7025/7050: Integrated Chipset Series For AMD64 With HDMI Support

@ 2007/07/13 read/post comments(1)
On the whole, the new chipset from NVIDIA produced a nice impression on us. Along with decent functionality and performance, we can mention its low heat release, just like in AMD 690G. Biostar engineers equipped the motherboard on GeForce 7050… Go To Full Article

MSI GeForce 8500 GT and 8600 GT Video Card Review

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Both cards share some solid features that are great selling points for their position in the mainstream market: DirectX 10 capabilities that are fully capable of powering Vista's new graphical features, PureVideo2 support which adds full decode capabilities for HD… Go To Full Article

Sunbeam Acrylic UFO Case Review

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The only complaint I have with the Sunbeam case is that it could use a better (and complete) instruction set. In future revisions of this case, I would like to see an additional access panel on the right side of… Go To Full Article

Apevia X-Qpack 2 CM500 Camouflage SFF Case Review

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Apevia shipped the X-Qpack 2 CM500 case inside of the retail packaging, which was strong enough to survive the POW torments of UPS and still arrive looking pretty. The biggest appeal to these cases are the size, and since the… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte GA-N680SLI-DQ6 Motherboard Review

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The Gigabyte GA-N680SLI-DQ6 was an excellent performer in essentially every category. In both the synthetic and real-world benchmarks, the GA-N680SLI-DQ6 either finished at the top of the heap, or just behind the first place finisher. There isn't a whole lot… Go To Full Article

Zotac GeForce 8800 GTX AMP! Edition Review

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On the whole, Zotac's first foray into our labs has been a pretty good one. Of course there is very little differentiation, aside from clockspeeds, from most other board partners out there because Nvidia’s high-end cards are all built by… Go To Full Article

Silverstone SG03 Case Review

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Overall Silverstone did a remarkable job, with more plusses than minuses. Let's start with the gripes: Aside from the obvious limitations one might expect from a SFF enclosure, there are a few options that would have been nice additions to… Go To Full Article

CoolIT Systems Eliminator CPU Cooler Review

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Personally, I like the Eliminator much better than the Freezone. I enjoy the smaller footprint as well as it leaves much more space for those who may have large Northbridge coolers. Despite the slightly lesser performance in its ability to… Go To Full Article

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