NVIDIA to launch Geforce 9800 in November ?

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A few sources have confirmed that Nvidia already sent out an invitation for November launch of G92, the next generation high end card. The big thing about this chip is that it made it at 65 nanometre and that it… Go To Full Article

Intel Larrabee to capture 20+ % discrete in 2008

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Our very informative sources believe that Intel can captured anywhere between 20 to 30 percent of all discrete graphic shipment in 2008. Following our report here, we learned that Intel can sell its graphic to most of the graphic players… Go To Full Article

Why is my Intel CPU Overheating?

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HardOCP got this send it: "We run a PC repair shop. The other day one of our customers brought his PC in and says it keeps rebooting and the CPU temperature is very high. He told us he has always… Go To Full Article

Nvidia reportedly selling 128-bit version GeForce 8400GS chips in China

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A 128-bit version of Nvidia's GeForce 8400GS chip which was not in Nvidia's original roadmaps has recently been reported to have surfaced in the China market, according to sources at graphics card makers. The 128-bit version GeForce… Go To Full Article

XtremeNotebooks launches quad-core Xtreme 917V laptop

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Although being in the presence of a quad-core laptop doesn't have the same allure it did just months ago, packin' a Core 2 Quad processor into a 2.35-inch thick enclosure still manages to get us all hot and bothered (literally,… Go To Full Article

Back-to-school shopping? Don't forget the bulletproof backpacks

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Sending your kid off to school these days isn't what it used to be -- at least that's what one company called MJ Safety Solutions would have you believe -- because they're selling a bulletproof backpack. That's right, two worried… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake WingRS 101 Mid Tower Computer Case Review

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For a basic computer build, the Wing RS case is a good choice. It has a simple but sleek look and installing drives doesn’t get any easier. The price is right too at around $50 US. Go To Full Article

Xirex Intros new HD 2900 XT Compatible Water Block

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Xirex Intros new HD 2900 XT Compatible Water Block Salzgitter, 15.08.07 – XIREX Stealth 2900XT Waterblocks are available starting from Friday, 24/08/07. Please find here below some highlights of the product: * The waterblock belongs…

CoolIT Systems Eliminator Review

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The idea behind thermoelectric cooling (TEC) is that you can use energy to actively move heat from a cold place to a hot place. Generally, this isn't the case: the temperature in a room will reach equilibrium unless you do… Go To Full Article

Swiftech H20-120 Compact Water Cooling

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The Swiftech H20-120 Compact Water Cooling combines the waterblock and pump together and the radiator and reservoir together. This simplifies the traditional four-component loop into just two-components. This reduces the space required for installation and it tremendously simplifies the installation… Go To Full Article

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