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Newbie's Guide To Overclocking

@ 2006/07/03 read/post comments(0)
Even overclocking gurus were newbies once. To get you started on overclocking, we present a new guide on overclocking. It's designed both for those who just want to find out what's the big deal about overclocking, as…

Thermaltake ITBU CL-P0303

@ 2006/07/03 read/post comments(0)
Over the years we have seen some interesting cooling contraptions designed by Thrmaltake from the Beetle CL-P0086 to the BigWater SE and Volcano. In this article, we are taking our first look at their server cooling offerings…

Razer Copperhead Mouse and Mantis Speed Mat

@ 2006/07/03 read/post comments(0)
Fellow Europeans are less likely to know this than our US friends but Copperhead, the name given to this high precision gaming device, like its predecessor the Diamondback, and even the one that started it all, the Boomslang, are all…

Intel Core Duo T2400 + Linux

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Intel's Core Duo T2400 has a maximum operating frequency of 1.83GHz, 65nm process, 2MB of L2 cache, and 667MHz FSB; however, how does this dual-core component fare under Linux? We have taken a look at the Intel…

Thermalright Ultra-120

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Another review has come to a close and Thermalright have outdone themselves again. The Thermalright Ultra-120 is a bit different from the XP-120 design and with that design there are some slight drawbacks but the CPU cooling…

rock Pegasus 650 Dungeons And Dragons Online Laptop

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rockdirect's launched a limited-edition run of its popular Pegasus 650 notebook. Outfitted with a custom finish and bundling in Atari's Dungeons And Dragons: Online, could this be the sub-£1000 laptop for the discerning buyer? Let's find out.

Logitech V450 Laser Wireless Notebook Mouse

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If you have been waiting for the killer laptop mouse to come along, this may be your best bet. Not only is it wireless, it has an incredibly tiny receiver. It also estimates 1 year of usage per battery replacement.…

Zalman CNPS8000 Low-Profile CPU Cooler

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The numbers in the testing section don't lie: this unit cools fantastically. Zalman has truly made the CNPS8000 so it lives up to their claims regarding cooling capability and noise reduction. If you're looking for these features in a CPU…

Soundmatters FULLstageHD Audio System

@ 2006/07/03 read/post comments(0)
Some time ago, I reviewed an impressive single piece audio system – the MAINstage from Soundmatters. Since then, Soundmatters has expanded its product line by introducing a new beefed up version of their single unit sound wonder…

XG Lazer Laser 2500 DPI Mouse

@ 2006/07/03 read/post comments(0)
XG may sound like a new company in the computer industry, but it is actually a division of MGE Company that is known for their affordable “computer accessories, power supplies, and cases for high-end PC systems.” According to the official…

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