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Razer Barracuda Gaming Headset

@ 2006/11/17 read/post comments(0)
Razer have been producing some of the world's top gaming peripherals for years. From the Boomslang to the Copperhead, and the Exact Mat to the Mantis, Razer have made their mark. However now Razer are branching out a little and…

Galaxy GeForce 7900 GS 256MB PCI-E, XFX GeForce 7900 GS Extreme 256MB PCI-E

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Today we'll get back to cards destined to sell for less than $200. Namely, GeForce 7900 GS. I already reviewed this card before, it arrived early in September. But now we'll examine two cards. Both operate at increased frequencies, remaining…

Releasing the Beasts – Overclocking the GeForce 8800's

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The main thing we want to know today; can the 8800 GTS, which sits significantly cheaper, come in and match or even beat GTX performance at stock speeds? And if it does, how much further can the 8800 GTX go…

Vista System Memory Concerns

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As Vista positions itself for an upcoming release date, many consumers are showing concerns over the required systems resources needed to give Vista the power it needs to wow and dazzle

abit AB9 Pro Motherboard

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Performance on the AB9 Pro board was excellent, typical of the 965 chipset series motherboards seen thus far. Overclocking on the board went well, with uGuru clocking the CPU up to 10% above default with no stability issues and the…

ECS KN3-SLI2 Extreme AM2 Motherboard

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The ECS KN3-SLI2 Extreme is a well rounded, good performing AM2 socket motherboard proving to be very stable. The features are plentiful with ample storage potential, 8-channel integrated HD audio, and SLI graphics capabilities. If you are on a budget…

Solid-state Drives Ready for Prime Time

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Over the past few months, we've seen dozens of announcements about solid-state hard drives. PQI has already announced a 64GB flash drive (which coincidentally, is based on Samsung NAND), which ASUS, Fujitsu, Samsung and Sandisk have all announced products based…

Physicists Promise Wireless Power

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The tangle of cables and plugs needed to recharge today's electronic gadgets could soon be a thing of the past. Researchers at MIT have outlined a relatively simple system that could deliver power wirelessly to devices such as laptop computers…

Are New DRM Technologies Setting Vista Up for Failure?

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Computerworld has picked apart the way Vista handles DRM in terms of hardware and software restrictions. Trusted Platform Module, Output Protection Management, Protected Video Path and various Windows Media software components are designed to "protect" copyrighted content against security breaches…

ATi Catalyst 6.11 Drivers

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Catalyst 6.11 introduces software CrossFire™ support for any combination of ATI Radeon X1900 and ATI Radeon X1950 installed in a system running either Windows XP or Windows XP Professional x64 Edition operating system. Note: The ATI Radeon X1950 PRO is…

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