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AMD Memory Performance Kit Review

@ 2012/04/13 read/post comments(0)
No, you're not dreaming, we are trying to tell you about a product AMD, and yet it is neither CPU or graphics card. And we have not gone mad for so little, the manufacturer now offers DDR3 memory modules. Do… Go To Full Article

Intel plans to roll out Ivy Bridge based Xeon E3s, low-power Atom chips for micro ser

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Ask any gardener, once you let ivy grow, it gets everywhere. Even though Intel just planted a fresh family of Sandy Bridge-based server CPUs, reports of a new line of Xeon E3 chips sporting the firm's next generation architecture are… Go To Full Article

ARCTIC Accelero S1 PLus + Turbo Module (Passive and Active Cooling) @ ocaholic

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With the Accelero S1 Plus, ARCTIC has a passive cooler for graphics cards in their portfolio that features a big dissipation area and the possibility to cool a card fanless. Furthermore we didn't test it only in passive mode but… Go To Full Article

Intel predicts 15 billion connected devices by 2015

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Roll the clock back two years, and Intel was pushing hard on the idea that every product in the world could benefit from an Intel chip and that all of those chips should be interconnected. We seem to remember this… Go To Full Article

ROCCAT Isku Illuminated Gaming Keyboard Review

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That in mind, when buying from a company like this, you should expect not only a really great product to use as a plug and play ready device, but once the software is incorporated, hold on to your hat, as… Go To Full Article

MSI Launches GeForce GTX 680 Twin Frozr III OC Graphics Card

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Leading international graphics card maker MSI today officially announced the new GTX 680 Twin Frozr /OC graphics card equipped with the latest NVIDIA 28nm GeForce GTX 680 GPU, 2GB video memory and PCI Express Gen3 support. The new GTX 680… Go To Full Article

Buffalo Rolls Out New Portable Blu-ray XL Writer with USB 3.0 Interface

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Closely trailing I-O Data, Buffalo Japan launched its portable Blu-ray XL writer drive, the BRXL-14U3. The drive implements USB 3.0 to ensure there are no bandwidth bottlenecks to affect buffer overrun protection, which writing discs at high speeds. Speaking of… Go To Full Article

PS Vita gets (another) firmware update, free-to-play Montezuma Blitz available now

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It's been barely a week since the last one, but Sony's now begun rolling out firmware version 1.67. It's another meaty download, weighing in at just under 100MB, although there's no detail on what it changes -- we're still exploring… Go To Full Article

Logitec Intros New Line of USB 3.0-Compatible Portable Blu-ray Writer Drives

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Logitec Japan launched a new line of USB 3.0-compatible portable Blu-ray writer drives, under the LBD-PME6U3 series. The drives rely on a single USB 3.0 connection to the host for both power and connectivity. The drives are capable of burning… Go To Full Article

Intel Makes SSD 910 PCI-Express Family Official

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Intel today finally announced its SSD 910 "Ramsdale" PCI-Express SSD family. This is Intel's first SSD in the PCI-Express add-on card form-factor. Like its 2.5" SSD 710 series, the SSD 910 utilizes HET-MLC NAND flash chips, arranged in four SSD… Go To Full Article

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