Price of 64GB flash disk drive to plummet

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While $1000 for a 64GB disk drive sounds a bit steep, the 2.5-inch flash based drives have some unique features, like ultra-low power consumption, 1000G shock resistance, and low weight. For the ordinary consumer this will translate into future notebook…

Why You Should Be a PC Gamer in 2007

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Below is a comprehensive list of all(at least I think so)promising PCgames slated for 2007 release.By "promising" I mean games with big chances of scoring at least AA, while extremely small chances of scoring below 7. I've tried choosing only… Go To Full Article

ECS 945G-M3 Motherboard

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Elitegroup Computer Systems, better known as ECS, has been a leader in motherboard manufacturing since 1987. ECS definitely holds more of a market share in the AMD motherboard market then they do in the Intel market. Recently the folks at…

Intel Woodcrest, AMD Opteron and Sun UltraSparc T1 - Server CPU Shoot-out

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Intel's new Xeon wipes the floor here with the competition. Up to 75% faster than the 2.4 GHz Opteron, the new Xeon won't have any trouble with a 3 GHz Opteron. We have to investigate this further, but it seems…

Intel Pentium D 805 (Smithfield) Dual-Core on a Budget

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Late last year, a critical situation shaped up on the market of desktop processors. Because of missed supplies of AMD's lower-end processors, prices on them went up immensely, almost twice as much. That resulted in the rise of prices for…

Intel Pentium 820 D 2.8GHz 90nm Dual Core

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It wasn't too long ago that we were all asking the question, "Should I go dual core?" Times have proven that dual core is the future and has clear benefits, which turned that question into, "Which dual core should I…

Shuttle squashes Mini-PC

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SHUTTLE, the company which popularized the toaster-sized PC, is trying something a little smaller. And just in case that doesn't work, they've got something a little bigger, too.

AMD slashes prices, intros rebates on chips

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Distributor prices seen by the INQ show that the Athlon 64 3000 will cost $89, the 3200 $99, the 3500 $109, and the 3800 $139. In the last case, that's a 50 per cent drop.

nVidia Geforce 7600 Roundup - BFG, Gigabyte, MSI and XFX

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WE SPEND A LOT of time covering high-end graphics cards, and while it's nice to ride the bleeding edge, it ain't cheap. Enthusiasts, however, are notoriously cheap. We appreciate the impressive performance feats achieved by high-end products, but we'd rather…

TweakGuides Tweaking Companion 3.1 Released

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The new Version 3.10 of the TweakGuides Tweaking Companion has just been released. It contains a range of changes designed to keep this comprehensive Windows XP and system optimization guide completely up to date. I recommend that all TGTC users…

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