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Safari 3 beta on Windows vs. Firefox 2 and IE7

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At the World Wide Developer Conference this week, Apple announced the availability of Safari 3 for the Windows operating system. Today, we put the Safari 3 beta to the test to see how it compares to Internet Explorer 7 and… Go To Full Article

Antec MX-1 Actively Cooled Hard Drive Enclosure

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Hard drive enclosures are becoming more and more popular as days progress. Why though? Because a lot of people today are on the move and need more storage than your average USB Flash Drive. The Antec MX-1 Actively Cooled Hard… Go To Full Article

Corsair Flash Survivor 8Gb Memory Stick

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Today we are taking a look at another memory stick from Corsair. Corsair is most known for their ram kits, but lately they have been producing durable and fast flash memory sticks also. Their latest creation is called Survivor and… Go To Full Article

PNY XLR8 8800 Ultra Overclocked Graphics Card

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PNY clocks the PNY XLR8 8800 Ultra Overclocked to 648 MHz on the core and 2.2GHz on the memory. The shader clock on the PNY XLR8 8800 Ultra Overclocked runs 1512MHz. Memory bandwidth is 107.4 GB/sec and the fill rate… Go To Full Article

DFI Infinity P965-S Dark S775 Motherboard

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DFI made a name for itself in the enthusiast community by being one of the first motherboard manufacturers to recognize the market for a full range of bios settings right out of the box which beforehand were only available on… Go To Full Article

Sunbeam Tech UFO Cube

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See-through cases have never had a particular appeal to me, but today I have the Sunbeam Tech UFO Cube case which is, well, cube shaped and see-through; although not very UFO like. Let’s have a look Go To Full Article

MSI P35 Platinum Motherboard – Bearlake hit the shelves

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The feature set is solid, it looks great and offers enough to keep the majority of people interested. The box could offer a few more extras like additional USB ports and the board's eSATA solution is inferior to Gigabyte's optional… Go To Full Article

DDR2 vs DDR3 tested head to head

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the DDR3 DIMM at 1.7 volts was noticeably hotter than the DDR2 DIMM at 2.15 volts, both Geils using the same standard heat spreader type. Geil usually has pretty good choice of dies (Micron in both cases here) and, even… Go To Full Article

Google, Intel target efficient PC power supplies

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At the heart of the initiative is a push to get PC makers and consumers to adopt more efficient power supplies and voltage regulators. These two components, working together, convert AC power from a wall socket to 12-volt DC power… Go To Full Article

One Laptop Per Me

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A $US549 Dell laptop is not a very exciting product - it'll have half as much RAM as it needs, for a start - but it's still worth remembering. Heck, you can get a Lenovo 3000-series laptop for $US649, or… Go To Full Article

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