Gigabyte MA790FX-DS5 Review

@ 2008/03/17 read/post comments(0)
After playing with the MA790FX-DS5 for a while, I was thoroughly impressed with the stability and the ease of overclocking the board has to offer. The high quality components and the layout of the board are second to none. The… Go To Full Article

Corsair TX650W ATX12V power supply

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The TX650W is one of the middle models in Corsair's growing line of power supplies, which now stretches from 450W all the way to 1000W, and includes modular cable versions as well. Previous reviewed Corsairs have all made it to… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master Cosmos S Case Review

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Cooler Master's Cosmos case made waves last year because of its incredibly silent design, awesome size, and excellent accoutrements. This year, Cooler Master altered the Cosmos design and released a new model: the Cosmos S. Whereas the Cosmos case was… Go To Full Article

Antec P190 + 1200 Case Review

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Our first experience with the Performance One dates back to the P160W, which now stands out as an aberration in a series that took a turn towards elegant aesthetics and quiet computing. The metamorphosis began with the original P180, a… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte X48-DS5

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When we first heard about Intel X48 chipset, we thought it would be a DDR3 only chipset. However, many motherboard manufacturers, including Gigabyte, decided to offer a version that supports exclusively cheap DDR2 memory. Lets see what a new chipset… Go To Full Article

Overclocking Intel's Core 2 Duo E8400 Xeon Counterpart, the E3110

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I'm sure all of our readers have seen all seen the online reviews of Intel's new Core 2 Duo E8400 and E8500 dual-core processors. They're big news. These new processors codenamed Wolfdale benefit from a die shrink from… Go To Full Article

Xigmatek NRP-MC851 Power Supply Review

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Today we take a look at an interesting looking product from an exciting new company. Xigmatek seems to have been on the market since 2005 but it is the first time I see one of their products. We got a… Go To Full Article

Crucial Ballistix Tracer Red PC-6400 4GB kit

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In the past, we’ve found Crucial memory to be a bit more expensive regardless of the type you buy, and even though you get free delivery when you buy from Crucial direct, it’s often difficult to find a comparison elsewhere… Go To Full Article

Arctic Cooling Accelero S1 Rev.2

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Inexpensive cooling for a hotter than hell 8800 GT sound like a good idea? Many have probably considered the Accelero S1 but might have been confused by the low price. For around US$25 this might be the best video card… Go To Full Article

[M] Cebit 2008 Coverage Part 1

@ 2008/03/16 read/post comments(1)
We explore the Halls at Cebit in Hannover 2008, in this first part of our coverage we show the latest products from Titan, Sparkle, Calibre, JetWay, Coolermaster, Biostar, Gainward, Arctic Cooling, Asrock, OCZ, Be Quiet!, Revoltec, Twintech3D, HIS, Galaxy, FSP,… Go To Full Article

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