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Thermaltake Aguila Mid Tower Case

@ 2007/01/15 read/post comments(0)
We have checked out a handful of cases from Thermaltake here are Bjorn3D. Each review brought up interesting points and facts about Tt products. Mid tower enclosures are still the big thing for the market. Customers appreciate reasonable dimensions, cool… Go To Full Article

Crucial Ballistix 2GB Kit DDR2-1000/PC2-8000

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Crucial recently brought new Ballistix PC2-8000 memory modules to the market, which are particularly well suitable to overclock a PC or Mac. It was possible to reach excellence results also with default DDR2 voltage and fast timings in… Go To Full Article

Fluid XP+ HP Watercooling Fluid

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Fluid XP+ may have been around for some time but today we've been given an oportunity to test its thermal properties and conductivity. Is it worth its hefty price tag? We find out. Go To Full Article

AMD plans high-end desktop graphics chips for at least next three years

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WE HAD a chat with one of ATI's executive veeps, who is now an AMD chap. Rick Bergman confirmed that AMD wants to stay in a desktop graphics business. People close to Nvidia started a rumour that… Go To Full Article

Intel pulls wool over eyes with V8 "gaming rig"

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INTEL WAS SHOWING off a PC at CES ot called the V8, and that was basically a knee-jerk counter to AMD's 4x4. The problem is that it is about the worst possible thing you could do for gaming and Intel… Go To Full Article

Tuniq Tower 120: Air Cooling to the Max

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The Tuniq Tower 120 is one example of this. As imposing as the multi-finned, heat-piped Tuniq looks it is worth keeping in mind that the total cost of the Tuniq kit is only about $50. The question we will try… Go To Full Article

abit iDome digital or analogue 2.1 speaker kit

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“The abit iDome has a lot to live up to in this review, as the whole kit it is roughly 146-160 GBP and 270 dollars respectively Vs a 160 GBP 280 dollar sub let alone the cost with the 2… Go To Full Article

PowerColor Radeon X1950PRO with Arctic Cooling

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"PowerColor seem to be following in the footsteps of HIS with the team up with Arctic Cooling to help their cards stand out from the norm. The good news is while we quite often see high price tags affiliated with… Go To Full Article

Asus M2R32-MVP motherboard

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AS THE LARGEST MOTHERBOARD manufacturer in the world, Asus has quite a bit of variety to its lineup. At one extreme, you have ultra-high-end boards with loads of auxiliary peripherals, onboard Wi-Fi, and all kinds of imaginative extras. At the… Go To Full Article

Scythe Ninja Plus Rev.B Cooler

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"My initial impression of the Scythe Ninja Plus Rev.B was a neutral one. It incorporates all the standard fare such as copper heatpipe technology and aluminum fins that other CPU cooler manufacturers use today. Its overall size… Go To Full Article

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