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Transcend 2GB (2x 1024MB) DDR2-800 Memory

@ 2006/09/27 read/post comments(1)
Given the no frills appearance of these modules, I had fairly low expectations for overclocking, and pretty much any gain was going to exceed them... Without touching the timings at all, and with only an increase in voltage from 1.80V…

IDF September '06 Bulletin

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Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition supports Quad Core http://www.hexus.net/content/item.php?item=6815 One of the key differences between XP Home Edition and XP Pro was that XP home wouldn't have scalable processor support - of course… Go To Full Article

Sapphire Quietly Launches an AGP Version of X1300XT

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The AGP market has been heating up a lot recently. Only a few weeks ago we reported that nVidia is planning to introduce an AGP version of 7300GT with DDR2 memory. Now it seems that Sapphire is ready to release…

Thermalright Ultra-120 CPU Cooler

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Back in June we took a look at the Thermalright HR-01 and were very impressed. Today we are taking a look at another cooler from Thermalright with the same type of design. The Ultra-120 features a tower design with aluminum…

Intel uncorks quad cores and a teraflop chip

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THE LAST FEW Intel Developer Forums were part of the long, slow lead-up to the introduction of the Core microarchitecture and the replacement of its Netburst predecessor. Now that Core-based chips have begun shipping in the form of the Core…

XSPC X2O Xtreme 1/2" CPU Universal Water block

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I have to say one of the best Value/Performance CPU blocks on the market, if XSPC keep this up and release more excellent performing hardware like this they are sure to become as well know as the other major brands…

X1300 XT Review, and X1650Pro Review

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Sapphire's Radeon X1300 XT will try to find its own place in an already crowded market of sub $100 video cards. ATI's main competitor, NVIDIA, has their own line-up of sub $100 boards ranging from the GeForce 6600 to the…

IDF Day 1 Coverage, Quad-Core QX6700 and 80-core Teraflop Chips

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Mr. Otellini then moved on to Kentsfield and Quad-Core. These new multi-core CPUs will be targeted at the enthusiast market at first and it was confirmed that they will be available in volume in November. The first chip to hit…

HIS X1650Pro IceQ Turbo Video Card

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The video card itself is dominated by the IceQ cooler, which although big isn't at all heavy in comparison to some other video cards. Cooling was well taken care of with that cooler as well as the ramsinks. This allowed…

500GB Hard Drive Round-Up

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As platter densities have increased, we have watched our drives grow. 20, 40, 80, 120, 250, and now 500GB drives are in the mainstream. Larger ones are starting to show up, but the 500 GB variety is gaining popularity. All…

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