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Inno3D GeForce 7300GT DDR3 256MB Pencil Vmods

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After spending some quality time with the Inno3D GeForce 7300GT DDR3, we were interested to see how well it overclocks with a minor Vmod with pencil. Without any Vmods, the card clocked up to 600/1600MHz (550/1400MHz default) with ease. Since…

HDR+AA In Action on ATI Radeon X1800/X1900

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But the one topic we hadn’t discussed at length (that you continued to remind us about in the comments) is ATI’s unique ability to support anti-aliasing with high dynamic range lighting (HDR), a feature found on all of their X1K…

Intel 975XBX, A Pencil & a Better Overclock

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The Intel 975XBX Board has risen in popularity in the past few months, not just among the mainstream users but also among the enthusiast and overclockers. As a motherboard targeted at the mainstream consumers however, it is quite limited in…

Microsoft Releases Encrypted Folder Application for XP

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Microsoft has its Private Folder 1.0 application which allows you to encrypt files in a folder called "My Private Folder." With Private Folder 1.0, Microsoft encourages users to share their private data with friends, colleagues and others that share your…

AMD Announces NVIDIA Business Platform

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AMD has announced its Commercial Stable Image Platform Program certified systems have been deemed as having excellent stability. The tests were conducted by VeriTest a subsidiary of LioNBRIDGE. The AMD test systems were based on NVIDIA’s Business Platform. VeriTest put…

Momentum Shifts Back to Intel in Retail Sales

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For the month of June, Intel saw its fortunes rise in the retail market. Part of AMD's slide comes from the increased use of Intel Celeron processors in budget notebooks that have been flooding the market. AMD has seen its…

Crashing NVIDIA WHQL Drivers

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Hopefully not many of you will fall victim to this due to the new series 5 NVIDIA nForce motherboard product just now getting to market, but is something to be aware of. We have tested two nForce 570 SLI chipset…

Building a Better Budget PC

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The debates about which CPU, graphics card, motherboard, etc. are the best options for each price point are seemingly endless. Even when there appears to be a clear-cut winner, price cuts, new products, and platform changes can shake things up.…

Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 750GB HDD

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Seagate's new 7200.10 Barracuda line of HDD feature both ATA and SATA flavors in sizes ranging from 200 to 750GBs, SATA 1.5GB/S and SATA II 3.0GB/s versions...as well as 8MB and 16MB cache versions. Today HardwareLogic takes a look at…

abit KN9 SLI - nForce 570 SLI

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Today it's time for us to take another nForce 570 SLI-based board for a spin. Rather than a K9N, it's a KN9 (now that's going to get confusing)... Abit's KN9 SLI. We'll see how this board fares against several others…

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