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Cooler Master Susurro Low-Profile Heatsink Fan

@ 2006/03/02 read/post comments(0)
The new Cooler Master Susurro heatsink fan is designed to provide near silent operation for AMD dual core and Opteron processors in low-profile systems. The Susurro (whisper) features a copper heatsink and incorporates a unique open frame fan, which allows…

Antec P150 Quiet PC Case

@ 2006/03/02 read/post comments(0)
The hard drive bays are one of a kind in a manufacturer's offering. Using an old modders trick for suspending hard drives (albeit somewhat better looking than using twisted pantyhose or rubber bands) the case can be completely

Noctua NH-U12 Low Noise Heatsink

@ 2006/03/02 read/post comments(0)
The Noctua NH-U12 is a large 155mm tall heatsink that resembles a Soviet-era apartment block. The Noctua NH-U12 heatsink comes with all the necessary mounting hardware, but no fans are included. Mounting clips will allow users to install a 120mm…

China creates own Net domains

@ 2006/03/01 read/post comments(5)
Internet authorities in China have set up a new family of Chinese-language alternatives to .com and other popular Internet address domains. It's a move that bypasses the US-sponsored organization that controls address information for the global Internet, and some analysts…

Ultra X-Finity 500W Power Supply w/ FlexForce Cables

@ 2006/03/01 read/post comments(0)
Anyone who's a seriously gamer with an SLI or CrossFire setup will definitely appreciate this Ultra X-Finity 500W Power Supply. Also, folks who are overclocking their systems demand stable and reliable power. Rest assured, this power supply does perform on…

Abit Rx700 Pro 128 Pcie

@ 2006/03/01 read/post comments(0)
Since I am soon upgrading to a 6800 graphics card, I thought that I would write a review of my current card, the ABIT RX700 PRO 128 PCIE. I have always thought that this card was brilliant, and hopefully if…

Signs Your Computer is Possessed

@ 2006/03/01 read/post comments(3)
Firewall keeps popping up balloons that read "I'm afraid I can't let you do that, Dave." -- BSOD instructions tell you to say "The power of DOS compels you!" in order to reboot.

Which CPU to go for - Dual Core vs Single Core

@ 2006/03/01 read/post comments(3)
Dual core sounds really cool and it is cool technology. The fact that you have two working cores on the same sized socket as single core is sweet and it's definitely needed to take CPU design to the next level…

ATI Tech Day Seville: Breaking the world record

@ 2006/03/01 read/post comments(0)
ATI held their european Xpress 3200 launch event at Seville, Spain. While the marketing people were showing off presentations and gave out technical info, Finnish overclockers Macci and Sampsa set out to break the 3DMark05 world record using the new…

Interactive AMD Athlon 64 Socket 939 Pinmod guide

@ 2006/03/01 read/post comments(2)
Again less coffee may be drunk, because finally it's succeeded to publish the first interactive Pinmod guide for current AMD Athlon 64 Socket 939 CPUs ! In the version 1.0 it's like in the previous AMD SocketA Pinmod…

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