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Logitech G3 Laser Mouse

@ 2006/08/18 read/post comments(0)
I was very impressed by the G3, and it makes a great ambidextrous addition to Logitech's gaming mouse lineup. While it doesn't offer the functionality of its bigger brothers, the G5/G7, it features a more traditional shape that works well…

BenQ FP202W Monitor

@ 2006/08/18 read/post comments(0)
BenQ's put out some impressive monitors and now have taken it a step, um, larger. The FP202W is BenQ's attempt at a 20"monitor, and a very successful one at that. It delivers a superb performance, focusing on the basics and…

EVGA 7900 GT KO Superclocked

@ 2006/08/18 read/post comments(0)
Our US cousins have been enjoying EVGA video cards (and motherboards) for quite some time now, but in the UK we've been distinctly void of their presence in the market. Luckily for us Brit's, EVGA have finally decided to have…

Gigabyte 7600GT

@ 2006/08/18 read/post comments(0)
Coming packed with two DVI-I ports, as well as a TV out port (requires adaptor) this seems to be the new standard for higher end cards. Something notable on this card was the weight, the fan less cooler added A…

OCZs PC2-7200 Platinum XTC SLI Ready Memory

@ 2006/08/18 read/post comments(0)
OCZ's 2GB PC2-7200 Platinum XTC SLI Ready memory offers users an interesting mix of high speeds and low latency. With a retail price of $397 CDN ($354 US, £186GBP) for the 2GB kit, the 240 pin OCZ PC2-7200 Platinum XTC…

Sapphire Ultimate Radeon X1600

@ 2006/08/18 read/post comments(0)
Selecting the right video card when you're on a budget can be difficult. The major deciding factor for many gamers out there is price. As mouthwatering as it is to think about getting a top-notch SLI or CrossFire setup, it's…

Mushkin HP2 5300 (2x1GB) DDR2 667 Memory

@ 2006/08/18 read/post comments(0)
A major component of all computers is the memory. Without it, today’s bigger, better, stronger, faster computers would be nonexistent. Computers utilize two types of memory, Main and RAM. You can think of main memory as a…

Zalman ZM-RF1 Reserator Fan Kit

@ 2006/08/18 read/post comments(0)
Zalman has never shied away from making products that target small niche markets. With the ZM-RF1, they seem to have a product that is desperately seeking a purpose. Zalman's Reserator series of liquid cooling systems fit into a target market…

Windows Vista vs. OS X: The Copycat Olympics

@ 2006/08/18 read/post comments(0)
Now that we know more about Mac OS X Leopard, the battle lines are clearly being drawn between Apple's offering and the one that's sitting in Redmond somewhere. Even though some of us may have been mostly…

SST-ST40EF - Silverstone new 400W PSU with 80 % plus efficiency

@ 2006/08/18 read/post comments(0)
Equipped with a new generation of design and components, the Element ST40EF continues SilverStone’s stride toward more efficient power supplies. With higher than 80% efficiency across all loading conditions (from 20% to 100%), the ST40EF produces less wasted heat than…

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