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Testing Olympus mju 720 SW shock and waterproof capabilities

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Ok, so basically the guys at Olympus claim that Olympus mju 720 SW is great shock and waterproof digital camera that is suited for use in extreme situations. And we can't just go without testing how good…

MSI K9N SLI Platinum - nForce 570 SLI

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Rather than being based on the highest-performing nForce 590 SLI chipset, this AM2 board utilises the nForce 570 SLI, which NVIDIA categorise as being best-suited to "performance gaming" rather than "enthusiast" usage. We take a look at MSI's new board…

HDCP 7900 Series In Six Weeks?

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According to DigiTimes, NVIDIA will launch updated versions of the GeForce 7900 GTX and GeForce 7900 GT graphics cards that support high bandwidth digital content protection (HDCP) between July and the middle of August.

Win an Asus PhysX 128mb card with Overclock3D & Specialtech

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We've hidden the PhysX logo in a post on our forums. Find it, and you could be the owner of a brand new Asus PhysX card

Xbox 360 Cooling Comparo

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Heat is one of the biggest enemies of electronic components there is. By reducing the overall heat output of your Xbox 360 you can extend the life of your console and insure stable operation while gaming. Let's look at two…

Windows Vista Thoughts

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It seems as though Windows Vista Beta is on a bunch of folks Must Be Bashed Now list, but are we really missing the bigger picture? The biggest features of Vista have fallen off the radar and should not be…

DDR2 prices to increase in August (Vista to Blame)

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ANALYST OUTFIT DRAMeXchange is predicting that the price for DDR2 will increase in August as there is a supply shortfall of 10-20 percent.

HIS IceQ3 compared to Sapphire Toxic - X1900 Coolers face-off

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air coolers are getting better, but as superhot R600 and G80 come out later with more heat generation, liquid cooling (water or something more exotic) will be the way to go - for this round, Toxic shows the road directions…

ATi/nVidia plans for Intel based chipset

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Without any doubt, the upcoming Conroe provides lots of performance improvement and is expected to be the favorite of high-end users. To advance in high-end market, instead of AMD based chipset, both ATi and nVidia are going to provide another…

Heterogeneous Multi-Core Architecture rules the future

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The epoch of frequency has gone. “Multi-core, frequency, and micro-architecture” are the new ways to further boost the CPU performance. More Intel multi-core information was given out by Bob Crepps, Intel Microprocessor research assistant.

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