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Leadtek WinFast PX9500GT

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Are you one of the many computer users that just can't justify spending $300 to $500 on a single video card? Or maybe you are looking for a solution for that Home Theater PC (HTPC)? Well today we're going to… Go To Full Article

'Brain control' Emotiv headset

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Though their press conference on Tuesday night was ... well, it was a disaster (watch our video to relive every cringe-inducing moment), that didn't stop the electroencephalographers at Emotiv from demoing their technology on the GDC show floor to, evidently,… Go To Full Article

Lawyers slap Nvidia with chip glitch lawsuit

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Nvidia’s CEO Jen-Hsun Huang and CFO Marvin Burkett are accused of concealing the defect for eight months, even though – according to the allegations (pdf) – they knew of "these unprecedented failure rates, as well as their ‘root causes’” as… Go To Full Article

[M] Geforce 9500 GT SLI vs Geforce 9600 GT Performance Comparison

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Not too long ago NVIDIA launched their new entry level video card, the Geforce 9500 GT. Today we take a closer look at what extra performance can be had when you add a second card in your system; we compare… Go To Full Article

SPARKLE Launches Geforce 9800 GTX+ with Custom PCB and Cooling

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SPARKLE Launches Geforce 9800 GTX+ with Custom PCB and Cooling Taipei, Taiwan – September 10, 2008 - SPARKLE Computer Co., Ltd., the…

Chinese "nearly x86" Quad Core CPU Almost Ready

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There were numerous companies trying to compete against Intel Corp. on the field of x86 microprocessors, but all of them have vanished into thin air. But Chinese Academy of Sciences hopes that it will be able to offer an alternative… Go To Full Article

NVIDIA 177.98 vs 177.92 Drivers Compared

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ForceWare 177.98 WHQL may become the last driver of the 177 family. After this NVIDIA are going to roll out their Big Bang II. So this time how well the 177.98 performs? Go To Full Article

More ATI Radeon HD 4550 512MB Details Revealed

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There are two versions of ATI HD 4550, 512MB and 256MB versions. Both version have a reference board, 512MB is a full hight card and 256MB is a low profile. 512MB version have DVI/HDMI/DP output, and 256MB supports DVI/S-Video/D-Sub output.… Go To Full Article

GIGABYTE Radeon HD 4850 512MB GDDR3 Video Card Review

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It’s hard to justify spending over $500 just to get a single game like Crysis to run. However, that’s just what we’ve been doing over the last while as NVIDIA pretty much had the run of the market… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake Toughpower Power Express 650W VGA Power Supply Review

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Thermaltake has an answer for that problem, a 650 watt auxiliary power supply that fits in two 5 1/4" bays. Use it in combination with your 600 watt PSU, and you now are pushing 1200 watts, enough for pretty much… Go To Full Article

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