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Seagate NL35 400 GB Hard Drive

@ 2006/03/29 read/post comments(1)
Exciting things have been coming from Seagate lately, like their NL35 nearline hard drive. Nearline storage is the fastest growing segment is enterprise tiered storage networks, so this is an interesting product and an important move for Seagate who is…

Samsung SyncMaster 244T

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As video cards continue to become more and more powerful, support for multiple monitors is becoming increasingly common. But instead of buying 2 monitors of marginal quality, what if you could buy one huge monitor instead? And what if that…

Gigabyte i-RAM GC-RAMDISK

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One idea, although hardly new, is to create a solid-state drive with no moving parts whatsoever. Past attempts, such as Cenatek's RocketDrive, have been very costly and as a result have not found much acceptance in the retail market. The…

Audio FX Gaming Headset

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Are you getting everything you can out of your headsets? You listen to that bass thumping music and huge explosions in your games, but do you feel it? Probably, not because most headsets do not put out bass…

VF900-Cu vs. Fatal1ty FS-V7 vs. ZM80C-HP Round-Up

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When you want to stick to AIR cooling, you have an intense decision to make. There is far too much choice! We are taking a look at three great coolers from Zalman and pit them against each other to see…

Arctic Cooling Accelero X1

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Arctic Cooling has done it again with the Accelero and raised the standard in VGA cooling. Integrating heatpipes into the VGA cooler seems to be the right move for Arctic Cooling and the Accelero series proved them right. Powered by…

Spire VertiCool II & DiamondCool II

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As I noted before, the DiamondCool is constructed primarily of copper. It has 55 micro (0.40mm) fins soldered to a very thick base (8.5mm). It uses four copper heat pipes to help draw the heat away from the base and…

Nvidia using ULi to put pressure on ATI

@ 2006/03/28 read/post comments(1)
Although ATI is pushing to beef up its southbridge product offerings and development, Nvidia’s anticipated termination of sales of its ULi Electronics southbridge have prompted Taiwan motherboard makers to worry about ATI-based motherboard platforms from May, according to industry players

Toshiba Touts Nvidia’s GeForce Go 7900 GS

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Toshiba, a leading maker of electronics, announced Tuesday its new laptop that features a yet unannounced high-performance GeForce Go graphics processor from Nvidia Corp. The company confirmed existence of the new chip and claimed that it was preparing a full-breed…

11-Way 19" LCD Monitors Roundup

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Many still contend that the ViewSonic VP191b 19" LCD monitor offers the ultimate value for its price tag. It's true it was an exceptional monitor, and you can still find one for about $500. Not since the Hyundai Q17 has…

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