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HDD Lifespan: How Much Left?

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Sad, but true is that computer components do not last forever. Even though a burnt down central processing unit (CPU) or graphics card is always an unpleasant thing to happen, nothing could compare to a broken hard disk drive (HDD).…

Intel’s Woodcrest to Reach 2.93GHz by Year End

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Intel Corp.’s forthcoming micro-architecture promises to be tailored for both high frequencies and increased performance per clock, which will be the reason why the flagship server microprocessor Woodcrest will come out with up to 2.93GHz clock-speed, not much lower compared…

Nvidia’s Multi-GPU Tech Set to Reach Laptops

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Nvidia Corp. along with its partners among the makers of laptops may be gearing up to release portable computers featuring two graphics processing units (GPUs) working in multi-GPU tandem to achieve unbelievable performance. The introduction of such machines will allow…

Logisys Silver Case-51W ATX Case

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Budget enclosures are a dime a dozen, and it’s hard to find one that stands out in the crowd. One case that caught my attention recently is Logisys’s popular Case-51W. This mid-tower case has plenty of room for tons of…

Display problem affecting some Intel iMacs

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Apple Computer said Friday that it is looking into reports that a video problem with the new Intel-based iMac is preventing some graphics from displaying properly. The issue, which has been the subject of a number…

BIOS Optimization Guide Rev. 8.8.1

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This will bring the FREE BIOS Optimization Guide Rev. 8.8.1 to more than 330 BIOS features! This release features these 3 new BIOS features :- - MCLK Spread Spectrum - USB Flash Disk…

X1900 group roundup

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We've got Radeon X1900XTX 512MB video cards from Club 3D, Connect3D and Sapphire, along with the Radeon X1900XT 512MB from PowerColor and ATI's All-In-Wonder X1900. The Radeon X1900XTX cards are all clocked at the reference clocks of 650/1550MHz, while PowerColor's…

X1900 Launch Analysis by NVIDIA

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After ATI's launch of the X1900 Series the people at NVIDIA sat down and took a close look at where the weak points are and where NVIDIA's lineup is superior. This presentation compares X1900 performance against the 7800GTX and in…

MSI's K8N Neo4 Platinum/SLI

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DESPITE THE FACT THAT NVIDIA launched its nForce4 SLI X16 chipset several months ago, motherboard manufacturers have been slow to adopt the new core logic. That's understandable, since the X16 chipset really doesn't offer much in the way of new…

The Guy's Guide to Geek Girls, V2.0

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So you realized that you're never going to meet Kim Basinger. Moreover, the pretty thing in your Sociology class or the leggy new secretary in the office has given you the cold shoulder three weeks in a row. You're feeling…

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