Intel Wireless Display Review - No Wires? No Problem

@ 2010/05/22 read/post comments(0)
Back in January, Intel made quite a splash by revealing Wireless Display, or better known by its awkward nickname Wi-Di. This new technology would allow Wi-Di enabled notebooks to broadcast their audio and video signal to a Wi-Di receiver connected… Go To Full Article

There Is No Sense in High-Speed Dual-Channel Memory Kits – OCZ

@ 2010/05/22 read/post comments(3)
There is an ongoing fight between a number of premium memory modules in terms of clock-speeds. But does anybody need them? OCZ Techology Group, a leading supplier of memory modules does not think exactly so. Intel Corp.,… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake SpinQ VT and Xigmatek Balder SD1283

@ 2010/05/22 read/post comments(0)
On a number of occasions we tested CPU coolers with originally shaped heatsinks, highlighted fans and otherwise eye-catching designs. However, such models are generally lacking in their main function which is to cool the CPU effectively at a comfortable level… Go To Full Article

be quiet! Straight Power 680W PSU Review

@ 2010/05/21 read/post comments(0)
The be quiet! Straight Power 680W PSU arrived Technic3D. See you in the following Review from Technic3D the next PSU with four +12V rails (18A), 120mm Fan, 7x SATA hard disk connectors, 2x PCI-e 6+2-Pin and 2x PCI-e 6-Pin Go To Full Article

Kingston HyperX PC3-19200 (2400MHz) 4GB Kit

@ 2010/05/21 read/post comments(0)
The HyperX name is getting stronger and stronger as the months go on. We see the company hit us with more aggressive modules on a constant basis these days. The best thing, though, is that when we hit that clock… Go To Full Article

Noctua NH D14 Cooler Review

@ 2010/05/21 read/post comments(0)
Today we are looking at their NH D14 cooler which is quite honestly one of the largest coolers I have ever seen. Noctua have designed this product to have not one, but two rows of aluminum cooling fins rising from… Go To Full Article

Palit GeForce GTX 470 Dual Fan

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Palit's GeForce GTX 470 is one of the GTX 470 versions that comes with a custom PCB design and non-reference thermal solution. Since the card is $20 cheaper than the reference design we take a close look to find out… Go To Full Article

Overclock Your (Android) Phone

@ 2010/05/21 read/post comments(0)
Overclocking unlocks the true potential of your hardware, so why should it be limited to desktop computers? A cellphone is a tiny computer after all, so surely there must be a way to overclock that too. Thanks to SetCPU, Google… Go To Full Article

AMD accelerates Office 2010 with GPU power

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AMD has revealed that the recently completed Office 2010 will make use the company's graphics circuits. Microsoft has developed the new production suite to make use of the power of GPUs and AMD says that this is possible with several… Go To Full Article

GlobalFoundries may partner up with UMC

@ 2010/05/21 read/post comments(0)
Soon, TSMC might have to deal with GlobalFoundries on its home turf. DigiTimes writes that rival Taiwanese foundry UMC plans to sell $404 million worth of its shares to an as-of-yet-unannounced third party—and there's a decent chance GlobalFoundries could be… Go To Full Article

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