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XSPC X20 Water cooling kit

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Over the last few years XSPC have produced some products that even the top water cooling companies in the world have taken notice of. However they have always been very much part of the single components crowd, that is until…

PS3 Delayed Until November

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The Japanese newspaper Japanese newspaper Nihon Keizai Shimbun has reported that Sony will delay the launch of PlayStation 3 until November of 2006. The North American launch date is still up in the air. Go To Full Article

Henri Richard Confirms K8L CPU Core, Some Details

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That's not to say we're going to present K8L at Computex – don't get me wrong – but I think that that would be a good time to start to disclose more about the future because one of the strong…

CoolIT Systems Peltier and Liquid CPU Cooling

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A cool blend of thermoelectric and liquid cooling technology for hushed overclocking fun. If you have to ask how much it costs, it’s probably not for you.

Dell buys Alienware, as predicted

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LOOKS LIKE DELL is actually buying Alienware, I would say it comes as a shock, but then again, I would not protest too loudly if I was accused of knowing when I wrote this story. This has a lot of…

A/V Cables and Connectors Explained

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Got the Home Theater system connection blues? It's always a bit frustrating to newcomers and seasoned audio-video enthusiasts alike when you're faced with that array of input and output connectors. But it helps to understand which connectors to use and…

Mushkin 2GB XP2-5300 3-3-3

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Mushkin has been making performance memory for enthusiasts for a long time. Today we have their new DDR2 XP2-5300 memory on the testbench. This 2 GB kit comes with tight timings of 3-3-3. It can even run at impressive 1000…

Samsung Moves to 80nm DDR2 - production efficiency up by 50%

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Samsung is moving its DDR2 production over to a smaller 80 nanometer manufacturing process. The company's current product lines are build on 90nm technology and the switch will allow them to keep up with rising demand for DDR2 modules.…

Intel demos Robson caching at IDF

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At the Intel Developer Forum last week, Intel showed off working examples of its Robson caching technology—and the results were impressive. Robson caching adds a chunk of flash memory to a PC and uses it to store information that has…

Microsoft Releases Dual Core XP Licensing

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Redmond , WA - Microsoft announced today that they are ready to take advantage of the industry shift towards dual-core processors. Microsoft has released the new “dual-core licensing edition” of Windows XP. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announced the new edition…

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