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ASUS Maximus III Extreme

@ 2010/05/16 read/post comments(0)
With the Maximus III Extreme ASUS shows it next motherboard from their already very well known ROG series. It comes with a lot of interesting and useful features such as two USB 3.0 port, the iROG connector… Go To Full Article

Crucial Ballistix PC3-12800 (1600MHz) 6GB Kit

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Today we'll be looking at a conservative PC3-12800 or 1600MHz DDR kit. Maybe we'll get a surprise when it comes to testing the kit. Before we get that far, though, let's have a look at the package and the modules… Go To Full Article

XFX HD5870 Black Edition Review

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XFX. Those three letters immediately conjure visions of video gaming excellence – especially when you delve into their high end product range. Without doubt, along with Sapphire, XFX have been producing some of the finest graphics cards on the market… Go To Full Article

Asus GTX 480 1.5GB vs Sapphire Toxic Radeon HD 5870 2GB

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Asus is one of the first manufacturers to actually have GeForce GTX 480s available to buy (at least intermittently), so we were delighted when the firm's Voltage Tweak edition of the card arrived in the ITShootOut.com office. This happened to… Go To Full Article

HP EliteBook 2540p

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HP's newest laptop, the EliteBook 2540p can transform any room into a home or professional office in the blink of an eye. Though HP's graphical processor isn't the greatest and slows the machine down during games and 3D software, the… Go To Full Article

Phone guitar

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What can you do when no one's got a phone to jam with you? Why, you can be a geeky one-man band, of course! Web developer Steffest (just one name, like Sting or Madonna) managed to do just that by… Go To Full Article

New hard drive write method packs in one terabit per inch

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Hard disk systems have recently encounted a storage density ceiling. Most methods in use today have a limit of a few hundred gigabytes per square inch thanks to perpendicular recording. To try to keep storage density rising, scientists have looked… Go To Full Article

AA rechargeable battery shootout: Energizer, PowerGenix and Sanyo Eneloop

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If there's one thing that has become abundantly clear to us these past few months, it's that there's really no excuse to not invest in at least one set of rechargeable batteries if you find yourself chewing through more than… Go To Full Article

Hacker gets XBMC running on his PS3

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Sony's disabling of Linux on the PS3 has made many people very angry, some more so than others, but for an enthusiast named madshaun1984 it was something of a call to arms. He didn't file a lawsuit or whine about… Go To Full Article

Dell briefly showcases long-awaited Streak tablet

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Michael Dell briefly showcased his long-awaited Streak tablet at the Citrix Synergy conference. The 5-inch device features a 800X480 touch display, along with a customized version of Google’s Android OS. Michael Dell whips out… Go To Full Article

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