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Cooler Master CoolViva Pro

@ 2007/03/29 read/post comments(0)
As expected, Cooler Master has come out with a good product that does what it is supposed to do. The CoolViva Pro's three heatpipes, aluminum fins, copper base, and radial fan design come together to form one… Go To Full Article

Ultra X-Finity 800W Power Supply

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As computer performance increases and more peripherals get added, the need for a well-performing power supply becomes more crucial. Gone are the days where 300W power supplies were the average; manufacturers continue to boost the outputs to keep up with… Go To Full Article

Tagan TG1100-U96 TurboJet

@ 2007/03/29 read/post comments(0)
The Tagan PSU is sleek and black and obviously with this much wattage filled to the brim with features. Onboard there are ten SATA connectors, four molex connectors, a 20+4 pin motherboard connector, four pin and eight pin auxiliary motherboard… Go To Full Article

MSI P6N SLI Platinum

@ 2007/03/29 read/post comments(0)
Depending where you apply value depends on whether this motherboard is right for you to start with. It's certainly not an all rounder. If you just want great stock performance from a good looking, stable-as-a-rock motherboard then this should certainly… Go To Full Article

Antec Nine Hundred Ultimate Gamer Case

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Antec has put a lot of thought into their Nine Hundred Ultimate Gamer Case; well you would have to when you make a claim like that. They did add a lot of features that LAN goers will like… Go To Full Article

3D Performance with S.T.A.L.K.E.R. - Mainstream Cards

@ 2007/03/28 read/post comments(0)
If you can afford to spend $150, the Radeon X1950 GT is pretty hard to beat at that price point for S.TA.L.K.E.R. The X1950 GT isn’t quite as fast as its predecessor, the X1900 GT, but as we discussed in… Go To Full Article

Blu-ray vs. HD-DVD: The War of the Formats

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With hardware costs for both camps being relatively high, not to mention the fact that there are very few dual format players (LG recently brought the first to the market at the staggering cost of $1,200), most consumers are forced… Go To Full Article

New low-end GeForce 8500GT will have 128-bit controller

@ 2007/03/28 read/post comments(0)
On April 17th, things will change. Nvidia is set to introduce 8500GT, which will feature a chip with a full 128-bit memory controller, supporting either 256 or 512MB of DDR2 SDRAM memory. The GPU will be clocked 450 to 500MHz,… Go To Full Article

ATi Catalyst 7.3 Drivers Released

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Catalyst 7.3 includes Crossfire enhancements for Windows Vista that enable the Alternate Frame Rendering (AFR) Crossfire rendering mode by default, enabling performance benefits for all AFR compatible applications immediately (including newly released applications that have not been officially profiled for… Go To Full Article

Intel Details New Processor Generations

@ 2007/03/28 read/post comments(0)
Marking the next step in Intel’s “tick-tock” product strategy and cadence to deliver a new process technology with an enhanced microarchitecture or entirely new microarchitecture every year, Intel Corporation will begin producing its next-generation Penryn family of processors in the… Go To Full Article

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