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Super Talent Announces Ultra-Performance 2GB DDR Kits

@ 2006/01/26 read/post comments(0)
San Jose, California - January 25, 2006 -- Super Talent Technology today announced two new ultra high performance DDR memory kits. Both kits consist of a pair of 1GB DDR memory modules. X40PB2GC3 is a kit of…

Kingwin AS-3000 water cooling kit

@ 2006/01/26 read/post comments(0)
Watercooling has come a long way since the enthusiast scene began on the net. In the beginning you had homebrew kits made from motorcycle radiators, aquarium tubing and pumps, and custom made water blocks. Today you can find a wide…

Asus Extreme AX1800XT TOP Review

@ 2006/01/26 read/post comments(0)
The EAX1800XT TOP is of course based off the VPU of ATI's Radeon X1800 XT, or the R520, which not only is fast but brought ATI up to the graphics quality standards of Nvidia. This includes supporting Shader Model 3.0,…

Nexus 350W Silent NX-9003 SFB Power Supply

@ 2006/01/25 read/post comments(0)
One of the first things you will probably notice is the low wattage of this Power Supply. Well, don't let that fool you. While it's not going to give the kind of power an efficient 500W or larger PSU would,…

OGLE-ing Game Models

@ 2006/01/25 read/post comments(2)
HardOCP spotted a cool tool: You guys have got to see this, a program called OGLE: The OpenGL Extractor that takes a 3D screenshot of a game and allows you to extract 3D models from it. The program works with…

A Statistical Review of 1 Billion Web Pages

@ 2006/01/25 read/post comments(0)
Geek fun: As part of a recent examination of the most popular html authoring techniques, my colleague Ian Hickson parsed through a billion web pages from the Google repository to find out what are the most popular class names, elements,…

Thermaltake Max 4 Hard drive Enclosure

@ 2006/01/25 read/post comments(0)
I would recommend the A2295 Max 4 to any one who is looking for a functional easy to use way to backup their important files on a regular basis. The ThermalTake Max 4 is a must have for all households…

The Costs of Dual Core . . .

@ 2006/01/25 read/post comments(0)
1+1 = 1? AMD probably can't put out more than, say, 12.5 million CPUs a quarter from Fab 30. They might improve marketshare a bit more simply because fewer computers get sold the first quarter of…

Piezoelectric Fans Could Be The New Way To Cool

@ 2006/01/25 read/post comments(3)
Piezo fans work on a simple principle. The piezo fan has a flexible blade, typically made of mylar, that is set into motion by a piezoceramic bending element. This bending element functions due to an ultra low power oscillating current…

Noctua / Coolink Tower Heatsinks

@ 2006/01/25 read/post comments(0)
These Noctua / Coolink heatsinks are fundamentally fine products. The combination of a copper base, multiple heatpipes and many aluminum fins in a tower configuration has become something of a cliche, a well-proven one. Although they are good performers, they're…

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