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Intel's P55 Express Lynnfield Chipset Overview

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The extra cost hurt Intel with the mainstream community especially given the economic problems that happened in conjunction with the Core i7 original launch. AMD for their part saw an opportunity and acted. They priced their Phenom II X4 and… Go To Full Article

MSI Wind Top AE2010 Desktop Review

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Desktop computers are making a resurgence, and have exploited the compact nature of newer technology to provide the best of both worlds. Netbooks are the popular item for travelers, but they don't get the job done for full time workers… Go To Full Article

XFX XPS-850W Power Supply Review

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Cast your eyes back to page three and the cable length table. The peripheral and SATA cables are supplied in three different lengths – a nice touch, which may go a little way to helping with cable management and that… Go To Full Article

Coolermaster Hyper N620

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With Intel's Core i7 processors and their 130W TDP, heat has always been an issue -- especially when ramping up the clocks. For that reason, Intel's stock cooler simply doesn't cut it for us enthusiasts. Go To Full Article

EVGA P55 Classified 200 LGA1156 Motherboard Preview

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Even though the Lynnfield processor lineup is still in its infancy, we have seen a massive number of motherboards become available for it in a very short time. These P55-based boards run the gamut of both pricing and features but… Go To Full Article

Zalman CNPS9900 LED Intel I7 CPU Cooler Review

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The Zalman CNPS9900 LED cooler can be summed up rather easily. If you in the market for a good looking and extremely quiet cooler and won't be overclocking and moving you computer around much, then this cooler should be considered. Go To Full Article

FSP Everest 80Plus 600W PSU Review

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The FSP Everest 80Plus 600W PSU arrived Technic3D. See you in the following Review from Technic3D the next PSUs with four +12V rail (18A), 120mm Fan (Thermal fan control), 6x SATA hard disk connectors and 2x PCI-e 6+2-Pin. Go To Full Article

Windows 7 on a Netbook 1 gig vs 2gig

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A couple weeks ago I compared Windows Xp that comes on the Acer Aspire One D250 to the new Windows 7 to basically find out how they compared to each other in terms of performance. The D250 I have comes… Go To Full Article

NZXT-Beta Computer Case

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Join my tech team and I in our reviewing of NZXT’s Beta case as with most budget cases we are going to be looking at this case in full body armor to prevent the possible loss of arm associated with… Go To Full Article

Nvidia GT300 yields are under 2%?

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Several experts in semiconductor engineering, some who have overseen similar chips, were asked a couple of loaded questions: What is good yield for first silicon? What is good yield for a complex chip on a relatively new process? The answers… Go To Full Article

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