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Mushkin debuts the Ridgeback memory line

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Mushkin Inc. is rolling out mo' memory for the overclocking masses with a series of kits that feature DDR2/DDR3 modules equipped with the new Ridgeback heatsink. Detailed below, Mushkin's cooling solution has a low profile ridge fin array and promises… Go To Full Article

More Geforce GTX 480 Board Shots, More Angles, More Hardware Pr0n

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Since talk can be cheap we'll just say that below you can see both the GeForce GTX 480 and GTX 470 'naked', as well as they cooling solutions. The GTX 480 likely boasts 1536MB of GDDR5 memory (384-bit interface) and… Go To Full Article

Blind Gamer Finishes The Legend of Zelda

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An average gamer will take about a week to play through the entire thing, but this project took almost 2 years and more than 100,000 keystrokes. Finally, Jordan beat the entire thing. "I felt great," said Jordan.… Go To Full Article

Win 1 Million Dollars For Pitching A Perfect Game in 2K Sports' Major League Baseball

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The first gamer to pitch a perfect game in 2K Sports' Major League Baseball 2K10 video game will win a grand prize of one million dollars. The creative firm hired to develop the contest claims it is the largest contest… Go To Full Article

Restoring an Iphone ( Front and Back)

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My previous iPhone was stolen at the gym, low on funds I decided to buy the cheapest iPhone I could find that worked regardless of condition. I found an iPhone 3G that had being completely abused and had a dark… Go To Full Article

New Scythe Susano and Yasya CPU Coolers Spotted At Cebit

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As seems to be tradition with Scythe these days, we are seeing another extreme prototype CPU cooler with four fans blowing down on it. The new Yasya CPU cooler features an elaborate cooler design and Scythe is even showing off… Go To Full Article

G.Skill Shows off SandForce-powered Phoenix Series SSDs

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G.Skill showed off its newest line of solid state drives under the Phoenix series, at CeBIT. The SSDs come in capacities of 50 GB, 100 GB, and 200 GB, and in the 2.5" form-factor with SATA 3 Gb/s interface. Its… Go To Full Article

More than 90 Million Windows 7 Licenses Sold

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Even when Windows 7 launched into a warm reception (and brisk sales), Microsoft didn't reveal exact sale numbers for its new OS – until today. Microsoft CFO Peter Klein announced at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecom Conference that… Go To Full Article

NVIDIA claims OEMs are to blame for rebranding

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At a press event last Friday, Nvidia discussed the topic of rebranding with us and claimed that it only rebranded its products at the request of large PC OEMs, though our source was reluctant to say which companies in particular… Go To Full Article

16GB Super Talent USB 3.0 drive to cost less than $70

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You'll reportedly have to plunk down less than $70 for a 16GB version of the drive. That works out to a $25-35 premium over some of the most popular 16GB USB 2.0 thumb drives at Newegg—although naturally, those aren't anywhere… Go To Full Article

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