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ASUS ENGT240 1GB DDR3 Video Card

@ 2009/12/24 read/post comments(0)
A while ago we looked at the ASUS ENGT240 512MB GDDR5 video card, but this time we are taking a look at the new ASUS ENGT240 1GB DDR3 video card. The difference between the two cards is their memory type,… Go To Full Article

NVIDIA GeForce GT 240 512MB Review

@ 2009/12/24 read/post comments(0)
While already have from ATI DirectX 11 cards on the market, nVidia bridging the time until the idea of which DX-11 derivatives with a new entry-level midrange cards that support DirectX 10.1. One of them has so found their way… Go To Full Article

AMD 785G Mainboard Roundup with Asus, Gigabyte and Sapphire

@ 2009/12/24 read/post comments(0)
The ASUS (M4A785TD-V EVO), Gigabyte (MA785GT-UD3H) and Sapphire (PURE AM3RS785G) Mainboards with AMD 785G Chipset arrived Technic3D. We check the three Mainboards in a Roundup on Windows 7 and Kubuntu 9.10 Go To Full Article

Thermalright Venomous-X CPU For Sale

@ 2009/12/23 read/post comments(0)
Thermalright's latest tower heatsink can be bought now, for sale at FrozenCPU priced $75 (without fan!), it will certainly have to deliver on its promises to make it worth the investment. This is enthusiast grade material folks: # All… Go To Full Article

How To Enable Check Boxes for Items In Windows 7

@ 2009/12/23 read/post comments(0)
Would you like an easier way to select multiple files in Windows Explorer without having to hold down the “Ctrl” or “Shift” key? Today we take a look at enabling the check boxes feature which might be easier for some… Go To Full Article

Sparkle launches low profile Geforce GT 240 and GT 220

@ 2009/12/23 read/post comments(0)
SPARKLE Computer Co., Ltd., the professional VGA card manufacturer and supplier, today introduced the SPARKLE GeForce GT240/GT220 Low Profile Graphics Card, as the world first low profile graphics cards based on GeForce GT240/GT220 graphics chips, SPARKLE GeForce GT240/GT220 Low Profile… Go To Full Article

InnoDisk announces 800 MB/s Matador PCIe SSDs

@ 2009/12/23 read/post comments(0)
InnoDisk has today unveiled its plan to roll out a line of PCI-Express solid state drives which are aimed to be used for enterprise applications and deliver read and write speeds of 800 MB/s and 600 MB/s, respectively. Go To Full Article

Intel Core i3 2.8Ghz vs Core 2 Duo E7400 2.8Ghz

@ 2009/12/23 read/post comments(0)
Recently, we got a Core i3 processor and motherboard ECS H55 (model H55H-M), this is exactly a new integrated platform. How about performance of this new combination ? how much difference will be from old LGA 775 interface platform? Does… Go To Full Article

Lyndonville is Intel's codename for new SSDs

@ 2009/12/23 read/post comments(0)
Intel's desktop division plans a lot of SSD refreshes in Q4 2010 and one of them will bring new X-25 E drives codenamed Lyndonville. These drives are supposed to replace X25-E 32GB and 64GB that are currently among the fastest… Go To Full Article

DUH! News of the Day: Not Looking Where You're Driving Causes Accidents

@ 2009/12/23 read/post comments(3)
A new study indicates drivers who are texting while behind the wheel are six times more likely to be involved in an auto collision. The most recent study was conducted using a driving simulator, and six of seven accidents during… Go To Full Article

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