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be quiet! Straightpower 450W & 600W

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Most of you are probably aware of the fact that stable rails and low tolerance lead to better system stability. With quad core CPUs around the corner, it's crucial to feed such devices with power they need. Power (in watts)…

Silverstone EB01 - USB Digital to Analogue Converter

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The results, though subjective as audio is, are pretty good. The EB-01 seems to give a warmer sound than the onboard audio. Basically I think this does what it is designed to and that’s give the user a good solid…

Browser speed comparisons

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There is a speed war on the web. Browsers compete on many fronts; security, standards support, features and speed. Most people are aware of which major browser fails on three of these, but one of them is still open for…

Grand Theft Mario

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Mario Brothers meet Grand Theft Auto

Browse the PlayStation 3 Official Catalogue

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We have before you today images from the Japanese PlayStation 3 Official Catalogue 2006 for your perusal. Click the images to your right to view the full-sized versions. If you happen to find yourself in Tokyo, check… Go To Full Article

Next-gen graphics connector picks up DRM skills

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The members of the task group proposing the 1.1 update consist of companies such as AMD, Dell, Genesis Microchip, HP, Intel, Lenovo, NVIDIA, and Samsung Electronics. Support for HDCP is something that we expected when news broke that DisplayPort 1.0…

Interview with ATi´s Andrew Dodds on Folding at Home

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Since the launch of the Radeon X1800 we knew that our hardware was capable of doing more than just rendering graphics (we actually started working with Stanford’s Folding@Home project before we even launched the Radeon X1800). We knew that any…

ASUS M2R32-MVP vs ECS KA3 MVP Extreme: CrossFire Xpress 3200 Shootout

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Looking at the two boards for overall value, the first place to start is price. Using various price search engines, we found the ASUS M2R32-MVP being offered for anywhere from $144 - 159. The ECS KA3 MVP Extreme weighs in…

Buffalo FireStix PC2-9200 1GB DDR2 Memory Kit

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If you're looking to squeeze every ounce of bandwidth out of your high performance gaming machine, you can't go wrong with the fastest memory currently on the market... this Buffalo FireStix PC2-9200 running at a scorching 1150MHz!

Antec Nine Hundred Advanced Gaming Case

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The one thing no-one who owns this case can complain about is the ability to cool a hard working set of components. There isn't a noisy and in-efficient 80mm fan in sight, my arch nemesis, and that monster

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