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XKROMA Ultimate Case

@ 2006/11/30 read/post comments(0)
I was browsing Geek's site the other day and saw an interesting looking chrome case. Most sub $100 cases are generic, not what many enthusiasts want in a case. They may have an interesting look but the… Go To Full Article

Scythe Kama-Thermo

@ 2006/11/30 read/post comments(0)
The Scythe Kama-Thermo is a very simple, blue backlit temperature LCD display with a connected diode. The cheap price tag makes it very appealing to most case modders. It is quite small, but has large enough digits and a very… Go To Full Article

IcyDock MB122SKGF SATA Hard Drive Rack

@ 2006/11/30 read/post comments(0)
"The IcyDock M122SKGF removable hard drive rack is a hot swappable Serial ATA device, with integrated LCD display and thermal alarm. The unit is beige in colour, and supports Serial ATA I and Serial ATA II hard drives. The HDD… Go To Full Article

Zalman CNPS9700 LED Low Noise Heatsink

@ 2006/11/30 read/post comments(0)
"The Zalman CNPS9700 LED is a supersized version of the CNPS9500-series heatsinks we've all come to know so well. Now, there's no point in dancing around the fact that Zalman's CNPS9700 LED is just about the best socket 775 heatsink… Go To Full Article

OCZ Tempest CPU Cooler

@ 2006/11/30 read/post comments(0)
"While testing on a dual core X2 3800+ AMD processor, we found that the Tempest was good enough to allow our system to run at stock speed. Judging by the load temperatures, we would not expect the Tempest to allow… Go To Full Article

AMD Budget Coolers Shootout

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"A total number of budget models for Socket 754, Socket 939 and Socket AM2 offered these days on the market reaches half a hundred — it's still far from the variety of the age of AMD Socket A and Intel… Go To Full Article

AOpen 18X Triple Format DVD ReWriter

@ 2006/11/30 read/post comments(0)
"The upcoming release of Microsoft Corporation's © Vista operating system has users asking the question; Does my PC have what it takes to not only RUN Vista, but can it load the OS as well? Well, one point in interest… Go To Full Article

Can You Run Nvidia Dual Graphics Without SLI?

@ 2006/11/30 read/post comments(0)
The first SLI technology released into the mainstream was the 3Dfx Voodoo2 series back in 1998. While the semantics have changed from "Scan Line Interleave" (3Dfx) to "Scalable Link Interface" from Nvidia, the fundamentals are largely the same, involving disseminating… Go To Full Article

Which CPU to buy for Christmas gaming?

@ 2006/11/29 read/post comments(0)
For years, one of my own personal holiday traditions has been to take advantage of the cold weather, lack of daylight, and time off by holing up somewhere and playing a computer game. Now that I have a whole new… Go To Full Article

Intel Joins the Overclockers – Bad Axe 2 Motherboard

@ 2006/11/29 read/post comments(4)
"Today Intel joins overclockers by giving them the option of overclocking on their very own desktop boards and who would have ever thought such a thing? This is definitely a first for the big CPU giant who tried to prevent… Go To Full Article

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