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BFGTech GeForce GTX 280 OCX Video Card Review

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Of course, the question is: Is it worth it to spend the extra money on a BFGTech GeForce GTX 280 OCX, rather than a standard NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280, for a nearly indistinguishable difference in gameplay? We don't think that… Go To Full Article

Apple Design Trunk Extremely Classy Casemod

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The original idea was to build a modern version of a Louis Vuitton trunk that could be left at the hotel in between stays, featuring drawers and hangers. Because I like the feel of anodized aluminum, the whole thing was… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master UCP 900W Power Supply Torture Test

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The 900W UCP that we received is quite long at 190mm (7.5 inches), with a 120mm fan toward the bottom-front of the casing (assuming a normal mounting position at the top of your computer chassis). Cooler master puts a large… Go To Full Article

Kingston 4GB PC2-6400 HyperX Memory Review

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When it comes to our computers, we'd love to always have the biggest and the best. However, reality indicates that isn't always possible. But that also doesn't mean we have to "settle" when it comes to memory options. For the… Go To Full Article

Palit Geforce GTX 280 Review

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Each and every video card is not going to overclock to the same level, just as the same CPU will not always overclock to the same level for any number of reasons. This holds true with the Palit GTX 280.… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake VH6000BWS Armor+ Case Review

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In an effort to market their products, companies resort to naming schemes that offer a clue into that products particular identity. This is no more realized than the newly redesigned Thermaltake Armor+, a full sized ATX enclosure solution that is… Go To Full Article

ASUS P5Q Pro P45 Motherboard Review

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With this latest chipset release, ASUS has created the diverse P5Q series product line, with a total of nine different P45 models announced so far. We say "so far" only because if the company's seventeen P35-based motherboards are any indication,… Go To Full Article

Asus M3N78 Pro Motherboard Review

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For a budget motherboard, the M3N78 Pro offers leading-edge features like support for the latest AMD Phenom processors, PCI-Express 2.0, NVIDIA's Hybrid SLI Technology, which is available on Windows Vista only, and dual-channel DDR2 memory. Although this motherboard does not… Go To Full Article

Cool IT Systems NV Reference SLI Cooler

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The CoolIT Systems coolers are certainly a unique way to get into liquid cooling. They come pre-assembled and are maintenance free. We are taking a look at their dual card cooler for two GeForce 8800 GTXs, but CoolIT offers a… Go To Full Article

ASUS Triton 79 Amazing Heatsink Review

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Similar to the Silent Square EVO, the ASUS Triton 79 Amazing heatsink makes use of the fin-fan-fin arrangement to get the most from its two towers and quad heatpipes. Sandwiched in the middle is a 120mm PWM fan that spins… Go To Full Article

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