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Thermaltake A90 Review

@ 2010/07/01 read/post comments(0)
The Armor A90 is a case manufactured with SECC steel and plastic, and it greatly diverges from the "Classic Thermaltake Armor Look." The case stands at 502mm high, 210mm wide, and 515mm in length. The case features the ability to… Go To Full Article

ASUS Radeon 5870 V2

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Let's take a close look at the ASUS 5870 V2 and see what can result when you take a graphics monster, apply some voltage tweaks, and overclock the snot out of it without volt mods or voiding your warranty. Sound… Go To Full Article

Antec Two Hundred Review

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Antec has produced another fine product as seen here at Overclockers Online, and this time it is targeted at budget gamers. Their slogan "Small Guns, Small Funds" goes a long way here, as the chassis can be purchased Go To Full Article

Scythe Grand Kama Cross CPU Cooler

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The Scythe Grand Kama Cross is a down-blowing CPU cooler featuring a large 140mm SlipStream fan, 4 copper heatpipes twisted to form a "X" formation, and an relatively small stack of aluminum fins. Does it have what it takes to… Go To Full Article

Gelid Silent Spirit & Scythe Samurai ZZ CPU Coolers

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The Gelid Silent Spirit and Scythe Samurai ZZ are a pair of modestly sized top-down CPU coolers with 92 mm fans. While neither will win any performance awards, their size is an asset in cases too small for large heatsinks… Go To Full Article

Stock Coolers from Intel

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A pair of Intel LGA1366 stock coolers take to the pitch, one a traditional radial down-blowing heatsink, the other surprisingly a tower heatsink complete with 4 heatpipes and a large LED fan. Just how good are these coolers, and do… Go To Full Article

Stock Coolers from AMD

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The Phenom II AM3 stock heatpipe cooler currently shipping with AMD's 125W quad/hex core processors is pitted against the older, but larger AM2+ model. Is either heatsink worthwhile for quiet cooling? Go To Full Article

Athlon II X4 610e & Phenom II X4 910e: 45W & 65W Quad Cores

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The Athlon II X4 610e and Phenom II X4 910e are quad core processors from AMD with very low thermal design power of 45W and 65W, respectively. Are they as energy efficient as they claim and are the higher price… Go To Full Article

Antec TruePower 750W New PSU review

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Antec are one of the industries most respected companies, especially when the topic of quality power supplies is raised. Earlier this year they released the new TruePower series which replaced the older Truepower Trio and NeoPower lines. This new lineup… Go To Full Article

Water-Cooled Router Mod Tutorial

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Is your router getting too hot? Try water-cooling it! This tutorial covers everything you need to know from router selection, component selection, and putting everything together. If you like extreme cooling, this mod is for you! Go To Full Article

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