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Low Profile HTPC CPU Coolers Compared

@ 2010/02/24 read/post comments(0)
Home theatre personnel computer, who does not know it the small aide flax in the multimedia living room. A small general-purpose computing dwarf, which separate a surfing in the living room not only comfortably made possible by the couch films,… Go To Full Article

Spire TherMax II Cooler Review

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Although the Spire TherMax II does set out on the right course and follows the basic tower cooler construction, there are some design problems that are hindering the performance when compared to other products on the market today. Now with… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte's P55A-UD7 - The Most Packed P55 Board?

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Are you looking for the most feature-rich P55-based motherboard possible? With its P55A-UD7, Gigabyte looks like its up to the challenge. In addition to the usual slew of features we've come to expect, the UD7 includes a built-in waterblock, a… Go To Full Article

ASUS P7P55D-E Pro (P55 Express) Motherboard

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After spending some time with the H5x series and the Clarkdale, we decided to head back and look at the newly revised “E” version of ASUS’ P7P55D series. These boards have been worked over to include both SATA 3.0 and… Go To Full Article

ASUS P7H57D-V EVO LGA1156 Motherboard Review

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With P55 boards making inroads into nearly every price segment, there doesn't seem to be too much place in the market for boards based on Intel's lower-end chipsets. However, ASUS has released what some would call the King of H57… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte X58A-UD3R Intel X58 LGA 1366 Motherboard Review

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So in the back of my mind I had decided we had probably seen the last of the LGA 1366. A shame too, as there are other new technologies coming online, SuperSpeed USB 3, and SATA 6GB/s, and I figured… Go To Full Article

ASUS P7H55D-M EVO Clarksdale Motherboard

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Intel-land is becoming a very confusing place of late. An Intel Core i7 processor might be Socket 1366, or it might be Socket 1156. A Core i5 processor might be dual core or quad core; it might have Hyper-Threading or… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake SpinQ VT Review

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The Spin Q VT from Thermaltake has a lot going for it; it's good looking, has a manual fan speed control, ease of installation, comparable performance and a unique design. While it did not deliver the best performance out of… Go To Full Article

Enermax Modu87+ 500W

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Enermax’s newest addition to their lineup, the Modu87+, is 80PLUS GOLD certified, a modular cable design, and come in models ranging from 500W to 900W. Featuring great aesthetics and efficiency, we are looking at the 500W unit from Enermax to… Go To Full Article

G.Skill Pi Series 17600 4GB Kit

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G.Skill have launched the Pi Series of RAM and today we have the 2200MHz P55 kit to test. Is such speed worth the investment? Go To Full Article

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