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XFX 8800GTS vs. Gainward 8800GT 1024MB Review

@ 2008/02/27 read/post comments(0)
As a conclusion I have to say I'm impressed by the performance of the G92 core. The difference between the GTS and the GT 1024 MB was surprisingly small though, only a couple of frames per second in… Go To Full Article

BFG ES-800 800W Power Supply Review

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BFG has done it. They have completely turned around every aspect of their older 800W power supply and produced a unit which deserves the “enthusiast power supply” moniker. If we could once again hearken back to our review of the… Go To Full Article

APEVIA X-Telstar Jr Review

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The box looks good. It has pictures of the different types and colours of the X-Telstar Jr. The case being reviewed today is the X-Telstar Jr G type in black. There is also the S type (Which has no window… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake BigWater 760i Liquid Cooling System Review

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Overall, the Thermaltake 760i BigWater Liquid Cooling System is one efficient compact liquid cooling system. Not only does it integrate nicely in to your chassis, it'll also compliment most any system you want to assemble. Thermaltake took the time to… Go To Full Article

FSP Everest 1010W Review

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As the need for PC juice increases, so does the size of the PSUs providing the needed power. Fortunately, there are a few companies who aren’t willing to extend the chassis of their power providers, and instead stick faithfully to… Go To Full Article

Crucial Ballistix Tracer PC2-8500 2GB DDR2 Memory Kit Review

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DDR2 RAM is currently the mainstream memory of choice for most modern PC systems, it has been around for years and is very reasonably priced. However, with the introduction and fast adoption of DDR3, it is only a matter of… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte GA-945P-S3 Motherboard Review

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But the board itself is quite affordable for any level of computer builder. Gigabyte has provided us a board that has big time functions but not a big time price. A newer series board with all the bells and whistles… Go To Full Article

Coolink GFXChilla VGA cooler

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This week they have take a look at the new Coolink GFXChilla, an universal VGA cooling alternative to the stock versions from nVidia and AMD/ATI. The GFXChilla employing 4 high-performance heatpipes and two large 80mm fans, provides superior cooling performance… Go To Full Article

AeroCool DoublePower VGA Cooler Review

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Today for review I've got the DoublePower from AeroCool, it's a VGA cooler that promises to help keep our video cards cool while looking rather cool as well. The DoublePower is fairly lightweight, and it features a built in fan… Go To Full Article

Noctua NH-U12P Heatsink

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On the heels of the successful NH-U12F CPU heatsink, Noctua has released a newer, more compatible version called the NH-U12P. This version has more clearance below the fins, making it easier to install on many motherboards. It comes with the… Go To Full Article

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