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ArrowMax PSF-500SP 500W Power Supply

@ 2006/04/10 read/post comments(0)
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

@ 2006/04/10 read/post comments(0)
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

@ 2006/04/10 read/post comments(0)
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…

GeForce 7900 cards scarce but not rare

@ 2006/04/10 read/post comments(4)
So why aren't 7900 GT cards more readily available at online vendors? Desai had several answers, one with an intriguing inherent tension in it: he said NVIDIA had no control over whether board partners chose to prioritize one sales channel…

Corsair TWINX2048-3500LLPRO

@ 2006/04/09 read/post comments(0)
When we reviewed the 1 GB kit of Corsair's 3500LL PRO memory we knew that this memory was blazing fast so we were really looking forward to getting our hands on the Twinx 2048 - 2GB package so we could…

Gigabyte's GeForce 7 Series Tested

@ 2006/04/09 read/post comments(0)
I personally use a Radeon X1900XTX because it is better at what I play, predominately Battlefield 2 yet the biggest problem with it is the noise output - it is just way too loud and you really have to crank…

There's nothing superior about Apple hardware

@ 2006/04/09 read/post comments(1)
And can we talk about the so called "superior hardware" Apple is bragging about? Having moved from the superior PowerPC chips to allegedly-inferior Intel chips has – by Apple's own propaganda – boosted performance anywhere from three to four times…

Firefox Extension Guide and More

@ 2006/04/09 read/post comments(2)
comprehensive list of Firefox extensions geared for the average power user and web developer includes description and screenshots of featured extensions. Plus Firefox Hacks and keyboard command guide. Always updated with the latest Firefox extensions, and tweaks … Go To Full Article

Thermaltake PurePower 600W

@ 2006/04/09 read/post comments(0)
It looks good, it has more features and cables than you can shake a stick at and provides a huge amount of stable power on demand. If you have a power hungry PC, perhaps an SLi or CrossFire system with…

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