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LSI MegaRAID SATA 300-8X Controller

@ 2005/12/24 read/post comments(0)
We would like to introduce to you an 8-channel Serial ATA II RAID controller from LSI supporting also High-Speed PCI-X bus, featuring a large cache buffer and a battery to power the cache chips in case of emergency server shutdown.… Go To Full Article

Underclocking and Overclocking in WindowsXP x64 Edition

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" When one overclocks in the 32-bit world, we expect higher results. After all, a faster computer should lead to faster processing no matter the application, right? The next logical question is whether benchmarks would see similar results in a… Go To Full Article

Arctic Cooling Freezer 64 Pro

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Ultra Portable Disk Enclosures

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When the capacity of a flash drive just isn't enough, you can purchase an external drive enclosure and use a drive with a bog-standard interface within it, all thanks to nifty IDE to USB/Firewire bridging chips, or the not-yet-as-popular eSATA… Go To Full Article

Corsair 2048MB XMS PC3500LL PRO Dual Channel DDR

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Quote: In recent reviews at Bigbruin.com we have taken a look at Corsair DDR rated at PC4000 and PC4400 speeds, but this time we're going to take things down a little and look at some PC3500. The Corsair 2048MB XMS… Go To Full Article

Press Release: Thermalright HR-01 Passive Cooling

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[attachment] People who live in densely populated areas, such as Manhattan or Hong Kong deal with the need to expand without the land to do it, but expand they do. How do they do it? Hint: Think… Go To Full Article

Top 10 weirdest case mods

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Computers come in many different flavours, but apparently that ain’t enough for everybody. Case modding - the modification of a computer chassis - has become a big hobby for thousands of enthusiasts around the world. During the… Go To Full Article

First signs of a new Western Digital Raptor? 150Gb 10.000rpm goodness

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Here is some information about the new Western Digital Raptor. But there is no information yet about the two versions (Gamers and Server edition) on the WD home site. Western Digital Raptor 150GB SATA2 16MB 10000RPM… Go To Full Article

Government restrictions dampen PSC’s enthusiasm for China investment

@ 2005/12/23 read/post comments(0)
Hans Wu, Taipei; Esther Lam, DigiTimes.com [Friday 23 December 2005] With Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC) scheduling a very aggressive 12-inch fab construction roadmap, the Taiwan-based memory maker has expressed disappointment with the local Taiwan’s government’s restrictions… Go To Full Article

Sharkoon Red Shock Heatsink

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Today, we are looking at Sharkoon’s newest cooler, the Red Shock. The Red Shock gives the person using it several mounting possibilities and pledges to be one of the best coolers on the market. We tacked this cooler on an… Go To Full Article

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