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Kingston Cranks Up Memory Module Speeds to 1200MHz

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Kingston Technology Company, the world’s largest producer of memory modules, unveiled its new HyperX-series products, which run at speeds of up to 1.20GHz, aimed at hardcore performance and overclocking enthusiasts. The new Kingston HyperX memory modules,… Go To Full Article

Watercooling a laptop on the cheap

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Most laptops have an integrated cpu cooler block/ heat sink. Remove this and figure out how to get water through it. The compaq has a single copper pipe across the top. I cut a section of it… Go To Full Article

OCZ Cooperates with Shuttle, ASUS, and ABIT and more...

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OCZ Technology Cooperates with Shuttle, ASUSTeK, and ABIT to host the 2006 Asia Pacific Technology Summit in Taipei, Taiwan Taipei, Taiwan—December 6, 2006—OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today… Go To Full Article

Super Talent Ships 2GB 667MHz DDR2 Modules

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San Jose, California – December 7, 2006 -- Super Talent Technology, a world leader in memory modules and flash products, today announced general availability of 2 Gigabyte 667MHz DDR2 ECC Registered DIMMs (RDIMMs) and 2 Gigabyte 667MHz DDR2 Fully Buffered… Go To Full Article

Icy Box NAS IB--NAS2000

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In the market for a NAS solution for your small Network? We take a look at the Icy Box IB-NAS2000 to see if it fits the bill. Go To Full Article

Gaming mouse group test

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"If you’re considering the Fatal1ty 1010 then you have to really be a serious FPS gamer. I’d also advise if you do plan on playing other types of games that you keep your other mice. This is a great one… Go To Full Article

ATI Radeon X1650XT vs. Nvidia GeForce 7600GT

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The next generation of mid-range graphics cards are just around the corner, so should you even consider purchasing a GeForce 7600GT or Radeon X1650XT graphics card? Currently the average 7600GT costs just $130, while the X1650XT is closer to $150.… Go To Full Article

Sans Digital MS2UT eSATA RAID Enclosure

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QNAP is one of the many new companies which aim to satisfy the growing need for external storage solutions. In this product review, I will take a close look at their MobileSTOR MS2UT eSATA RAID enclosure. This enclosure offers RAID-0… Go To Full Article

Corsair 8GB USB 2.0 Flash Voyager

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"I can totally recommend this unit to anyone looking for a large capacity USB 2.0 flash drive. You just can't beat the warranty, the durability and the read/write speeds of the Corsair 8GB Flash Voyager" Go To Full Article

Radeon X1950PRO Ultimate: Sapphire teams up with Zalman

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"We continue our review of RV570 based video cards with Sapphire’s most recent proposal the Radeon X1950PRO Ultimate. Coming factory overclocked and with a Zalman cooler, can this card lead the pack while still maintaining low temperatures?" Go To Full Article

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