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Scythe Ninja Mini CPU heatsink

@ 2007/09/13 read/post comments(0)
The Scythe Ninja is one of the most outstanding CPU heatsinks we've had the pleasure of working with. Its simple yet elegant design takes into account all the factors that optimize quiet cooling — large surface area, wide fin spacing,… Go To Full Article

Details On Windows XP Service Pack 3

@ 2007/09/13 read/post comments(1)
As Windows XP nears the end-of-life though, it is Microsoft's policy to release a final service pack to wrap up all those hot fixes and patches released over the past few years. A Sayonara Service Pack, in other words. What… Go To Full Article

Antec TruePower Quattro 850w

@ 2007/09/12 read/post comments(0)
The Antec TruePower Quattro 850w is most certainly not the best 850w power supply on the market, it doesn't have the best efficiency and the high DC output comes at the cost of the DC output quality in the upper… Go To Full Article

New HDD read heads could significantly boost capacity

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The new sensor would also use slightly less power than current read heads--an especially useful feature for laptops and MP3 players. And it could improve the speed of the reader. "You could read back data ten times faster," Vopsaroiu says.… Go To Full Article

HP Blackbird 002 Benchmarked

@ 2007/09/12 read/post comments(2)
Not everything is strictly standard design, however. The motherboard might be an ASUS Striker with an NVIDIA 680i chipset, but it does appear to have a customized BIOS. Besides the HP logo when the system boots up, there appears to… Go To Full Article

Buy the Orange Box and play TF 2 beta

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Valve has announced that those who pre-purchase the Orange Box over Steam will get the Team Fortress 2 beta next week, on September 17. The price is 10% lower if you pre-order it on the Steam, so the Orange box… Go To Full Article

Sony thumbs nose at Samsung, confirms OLED TVs by December

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Surely you remember Sony's OLED TVs with an astounding 1,000,000:1 contrast? Good, then you'll also recall that Sony promised the 3-fracking-mm thin, 11-incher this year; a schedule Samsung publicly doubted. While we wish it was 27- or even 30-inches, it's… Go To Full Article

Lucasfilm's Datacenter To Use Quad-Core AMD Opteron Processors

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Quad-Core AMD Opteron™ Processors To Play a Lead Role In Lucasfilm's Datacenter — AMD and Lucasfilm share vision for breakthroughs in energy-efficient digital production of movies, TV, and interactive gaming — San Francisco, Calif.… Go To Full Article

AMD Gains Ground in CPU Market

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AMD in the second quarter of 2007 gained 2.5 percentage points compared to the first quarter to take a 13.4% share of overall CPU revenues. The overall CPU market consists of RISC and general-purpose devices, as well as the x86-type… Go To Full Article

Spammers launch denial of service attacks against antispam sites

@ 2007/09/12 read/post comments(0)
SpamNation believes that the denial of service attacks are being launched by the Zhelatin gang, the same group that is thought to be behind the rapidly growing Storm worm botnet. According to SpamNation, the botnet operators are selling denial of… Go To Full Article

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