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Cooler Master Aquagate Viva VGA WaterCooling Kit

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If you are in the market for an uncomplicated, affordable water cooling kit that fits both a CPU or a Video Card, then check out the Cooler Master Aquagate Viva. Keep in mind that a product like this will not…

Gigabyte GA-8I945GZME-RH 945GZ Express Motherboard

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On the short list of the GA-8I945GZME-RH's hardware goodies we find an integrated Marvel 8001 Gigabit network card, Intel Azalia High Definition 7.1-channel audio codec (the necessary surround sound cable to take advantage of all 7.1 channels is an optional…

ASUS PW201 20 inch LCD

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If you are in the market for a modestly sized widescreen computer monitor, then ASUS has you covered. It's hard to denote the PW201 as a "computer" monitor though, as it's fully capable of handling your game consoles and cable…

NZXT Adamas Aluminum Chassis

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Enter the NZXT Adamas Premium Aluminum Chassis: NZXT's first attempt at an all-aluminum case. NZXT was established in 2004 with their sights set on the gaming enthusiast market. Their first offering, the Guardian midtower case, had a revolutionary look (many…

Func Mousepad Roundup

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Func Industries makes gaming surfaces by gamers for gamers. Their product range includes a pad for everybody, from low sensitivity to ultra-large surface area. In this review we will be testing three pads: the Func surface1030, the 1030 Archetype and…

Stock Intel Pentium D Radial Curved non-Bifurcated Fin Heatsink

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In this review, Frostytech is going to evaluate the stock heatsink model that accompanies most Intel Pentium D processors. It closely resembles just about every other Intel RCBFH heatsink, except that single fins are used in place of bifurcated ones.…

More GeForce G80 Series Revealed

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Nvidia has already taken steps to reduce the amount of data leaks from their software. But, apparently they forgot about a leaked version of ForceWare 96.94. Nvidia provided this driver to the G80 reviewers and it seems that someone leaked…

Mini SAS to e.SATA - Highpoint RocketRAID 2322

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With SATA 2.5 specs now approved, we are now seeing speeds hitting 3Gbps from the controller chip to the cache of the drives, making RAID setups faster than Parallel RAID arrays with independent channel communication rather than two drives on…

80x25mm Fan Round-Up

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Here it is at last! You've read about it for years, we've tantalized you with a methodology article without publishing results, but we've finally come through: It's the first episode of SPCR's Calling All Good Fans series of fan round-ups,…

Anatomy of the Silent Fan

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The electric, multi-bladed, axial fan has been around since the late 1800s, starting originally as a ceiling fan for well-to-do households in the U.S. Today, they are visibly ubiquitous as air-blowing devices for human comfort all over the world, especially…

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