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Scythe Mine CPU Cooler

@ 2006/05/23 read/post comments(0)
Heat is the enemy of any electronic component and most especially the CPU. If your CPU is overheating you won't get the performance you should and if your cooler is screaming to relieve that heat you'll wish there was a…

Cooler Master Mystique Modified Aluminum Case

@ 2006/05/23 read/post comments(0)
When you think of Cooler Master Aluminum Cases you automatically think high-quality, high-end, expensive computer enclosures. When it comes to the new Cooler Master Mystique, or shall we say the Wave Master II, high-quality is a given, but expensive it…

Chartered to Boost AMD Production Capacities in July

@ 2006/05/23 read/post comments(0)
Chartered Semiconductor, a contract maker of semiconductors which fabrication process is aligned with Advanced Micro Devices and IBM, has started to produce chips for AMD, a news agency reported. The first shipments are scheduled for July, but the initial shipments…

ASUS EN7800GT Silent Video Card

@ 2006/05/23 read/post comments(0)
The 7800GT is still a great card for the high-end enthusiast. While it has been replaced in NVIDIA's lineup by the 7900GT, there currently isn't a higher performing card that's passively cooled. ASUS has done an admirable job with an…

Desktop Graphics Card Comparison Guide Rev. 10.7

@ 2006/05/22 read/post comments(0)
Covering over 270 desktop graphics cards, this comprehensive comparison allows you to easily compare 15 different specifications for each and every card! If you need to find out about the specification of any card, just come over and check out…

Scythe Hard Disk Stabilizer 2 released with wider case compatibility

@ 2006/05/22 read/post comments(0)
Scythe Co., Ltd (Tokyo, Japan) announces the revised version of small, tiny cute item for your HDD, but provides an important job to prevent vibration transfer from your HDD to the PC case. There is no need to

Deadly Case Mod - WMD Part 2

@ 2006/05/22 read/post comments(0)
It has been a while since the first part of this project was published on bit-tech.net. For those who may have missed Part I, the aim of this project was to build a completely custom-built computer case, out of stainless…

Shuttle X100 Preview

@ 2006/05/22 read/post comments(0)
Many people has noticed that Shuttle SFF has gotten gradually bigger in the past several years, however, it seems like Shuttle has again evaluated their stance and has made a great product. Preliminary numbers has the X100 starting at $699,…

HP Pavilion a1330n System Evaluation

@ 2006/05/22 read/post comments(0)
As a part of our Retail Computer Purchasing experiment, we went to Fry’s Electronics here in Austin, TX and stated that we were in the market for a budget PC that could handle basic personal computing tasks, but could also…

LEGO Music Machine

@ 2006/05/22 read/post comments(1)
The thing that gets me excited about Mindstorms is that it allows me, software guy, to write code that isn't restricted to the pc. The first thing I built is a (ta-daaam) Lego Music Machine. The idea is simple: the…

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