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IBM bakes security into processors

@ 2006/04/10 read/post comments(0)
Researchers at IBM have come up with a way to hard wire encryption technology into a microprocessor, promising a more secure way to store data. IBM plans to announce availability of the new technology, dubbed Secure…

Connect 3D and Sapphire Blizzard Radeon X1900 XTX

@ 2006/04/10 read/post comments(2)
Today we are looking at two cards using ATI's current top-performing solution, the X1900 XTX. One of the cards is made by Sapphire, a company known for its innovative graphics card designs. This card features a slightly different take on…

Razer Copperhead Gaming Mouse

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Razer is honestly a company I have the utmost respect for in terms of their commitment to please both the enthusiast and gaming community. They go above an beyond the norm in order to provide a product that will seriously…

Scythe Katana Cu HSF Review

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If someone was to ask you to name a heatsink manufacturer, I'd be willing to bet that Scythe would not be the first name that comes to mind. While not new to the scene, Scythe is still a relatively unknown…

Vizo Shuttle 2.5" HDD Enclosure

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There are lots and lots of companies popping up everyday that are trying to get in on the computer accessory business, most come out with products that are just plain vanilla. Every so often though a company pops up that…

Philips 230WP7NS 23" WUXGA LCD Widescreen Monitor

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Hot off of our review of the Samsung SyncMaster 214T we have an even larger display than the 214T, which measured in at 21.3", in store for today. Philips 230WP7NS, their largest LCD display on the market, measures in at…

ArrowMax PSF-500SP 500W Power Supply

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If you are building a new system, but not planning on overclocking, running dual video cards, or pushing the system to its maximum, the ArrowMax PSF-500SP is a good choice to help keep the cost down. A Home Theater PC…

Sapphire Radeon X1300Pro

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Over the past few months, Bytesector has reviewed the two ATI-based mid-range graphics cards from Sapphire. The X1600 series was an acceptable performer and proved to be a product worth consideration when upgrading. Sapphire and ATI proved to me that…

X-Micro WLAN 11g Combo Finder Adapter

@ 2006/04/10 read/post comments(0)
I've gotten past the whole reviewing video cards thing. At my age, I'm more about the coolness factor, the utility, or the handiness of a gadget. Which is why I rather enjoy the occasional package from the folks at X-Micro.…

Samsung LE32T51BX 32" HD Ready LCD

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With prices for some 32" LCD TVs now as low as £600 it's not unusual to find older stock sat alongside current models. It's not snobbery that leads me to say that it's connectivity. In order to try and thwart…

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