Arctic Cooling Alpine HSF

@ 2006/07/22 read/post comments(0)
Processors are getting cooler, and giant tower behemoths are not needed to cool 35W processors. While the overclocking market will always ensure a place for heatsink/fans that can deal with >100W of CPU heat, most of us don't need that…

Zalman CNPS8000 and Scythe Mine

@ 2006/07/22 read/post comments(0)
In this article we will introduce to you Zalman CNPS8000 and Scythe Mine (SCMN-1000) coolers and compare their performance with some already tested models. We will also check how much noise they make, how easy they are to install, and…

CoolerMaster CoolDrive Lite (Silver)

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It is a well-established fact that within a PC environment, higher internal temperatures can lead to anomalous behavior, or worse - system failure. Additionally, most people don't realize how warm hard drives can actually get during normal operation. To…

Zalman CNPS8000 Low Profile CPU Cooler

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Zalman is a name we all know for those crazy heatsink designs. Well those designs may be crazy, but they work extremely well. The last time I took a look at a CPU cooler from Zalman was back in 2002…

NZXT Precise 650W PSU

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While the NZXT Precise Power Supply doesn't have modular leads, it has efficient power, is Active PFC, looks great, and has a quiet 120mm fan. It comes with the standard leads, but also has dual PCI-E lends for an NVIDIA…

Thermaltake Big Typhoon VX

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Overall, we are really impressed with the Big Typhoon VX and Thermaltake should be proud of their creation. Although we didn’t quite like the built-in fan controller, we are very happy to work with the Big Typhoon VX because it…

AMD misses Q2 revenue targets

@ 2006/07/21 read/post comments(5)
AMD TODAY CONFESSED to missing its sales target for its financial 2006 second quarter. It said it sold some $1.22 billion worth of kit achieving a profit of $89 million, or $0.18 per share, for the quarter that ended on…

Radeon X1950 XTX gets new cooler

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ATI'S RADEON X1950 XTX and the Crossfire edition of that card are to get new cooler. Too many people were objecting about the noise of the cooler and ATI finally listened to them and redesigned the cooler.

Nvidia´s G80 has HDCP inside

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HDCP stands for High bandwidth Digital Content Protection and it is a video version of DRM. That is the easiest way to describe it. It will be a necessity for playing HD DVDs or Blu Ray disks from your PC.…

AMD´s Dresden, New York fabs could make GPUs

@ 2006/07/21 read/post comments(0)
ORDINARILY, YOU have to design a GPU for the specific Fab in which you intend to build it. Therefore you have the chips such as ATI's RV515 which is the TSMC chip and RV516, which is the UMC version. It…

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