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Sansun Galaxy ATX/BTX Black Computer Case

@ 2006/07/27 read/post comments(0)
Based on the success of the Bat case they released earlier this year, Sansun has jumped headlong into the gaming case fray, with the newly introduced Galaxy case. Sporting eight 5.25” bays and an innovative cooling system, the Galaxy is…

GIGABYTE GC-RAMDISK i-RAM

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We love our big disks, but what about speed? Swap space, scratch space and temporary files sure can bog things down as a process waits for the disk to catch up. Gigabyte's i-RAM makes an effort to end all that.

Intel confirms Core 2 Duo rollout

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CHIP FIRM Intel officially announced the introduction of 10 Core 2 Duo and Core Extreme microprocessors for desktops, workstations and notebooks. Intel said it has over 550 customer system designs underway, with the CPUs built on 65 nanometre technology. Five…

May the force be Wiith you

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LucasArts hints at a 'saber-swinging Star Wars game heading for the Wii! Answering the prayers of Star Wars fans everywhere, one of Lucas’s henchmen just hinted at a lightsaber clash-em-up on Nintendo’s dream machine! Go To Full Article

Western Digital and Seagate: 320GB Grudge Match

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Sounding like a broken record, the WD Raptor places first as its 10k rpm spindle speed and optimized cache play an important role in its ability to sustain high transfer rates. However, the WD3200KS comes back and posts a knockout…

Shuttle XPC SN27P2 mini-barebones system

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SHUTTLE ESSENTIALLY CREATED the market for small form factor barebones systems, but lately, the company has become more of a system builder. That shift in focus has slowed Shuttle's once-constant stream of new XPC designs with the latest and greatest…

NZXT Apollo Mid Tower Case

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Mid-tower cases with steel chassis come a dime a dozen, but sometimes we find a rare “diamond in the rough.” One classy, yet pretty flashy case that falls into this category is NZXT’s Apollo. The Apollo caters to the child…

SilverStone NT04 CPU Cooler

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Today's CPU coolers features exciting new technologies like micro fins, and copper heat pipes, but do you remember the old fashioned aluminum fin types that most CPU's came with stock? Is there still a place for them in today's high…

OCZ Tempest CPU Cooler

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While the CPU cooler does look very nice with the four heatpipes and the shiny fins, its performance was marginally worse than the CNPS-9500. The only real downside to this cooler is the lack of availability. What I did determine…

Logisys Aluminum HDD Silencer

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With the quiet computing push that's becoming more and more popular today users are finding that the last hurdle in truly silent computing is the HDD. While there are many ways of quieting the noise generated by your drive some…

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