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ABIT back in the game, AN8-32X scrutinised

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nVidia first said that twin PCI Express x8 slots would be enough to keep the SLI dual graphics masses happy but how wrong they were. Users are starting to use higher levels of AA and AF settings and resolutions keep…

ATI Xpress 200 Gets a New Name - Xpress 1600

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David Legrand from PCInpact.com writes to tell us that ATI has quietly changed the name of RD480, Xpress 200, to Xpress 1600 (English). ASUS has already started changing the specifications on some motherboards from Xpress 200 to read Xpress 1600.

Where computers go to die - and kill

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A parade of trucks piled with worn-out computers and electronic equipment pulls away from container ships docked at the port of Taizhou in the Zhejiang Province of southeastern China. A short distance inland, the trucks dump their loads in what…

Half Of Corporate PCs Can't Run Vista, Researcher Says

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About half of corporate PCs are not equipped to run all the features of Windows Vista, and companies should plan to gradually deploy the upcoming operating system through new computers, rather than take the more expensive alternative of buying new…

Tourist Trophy - Motorbike game from the makers of GT4

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Let's say you're Polyphony Digital. You're coming off the great reviews and impressive sales of Gran Turismo 4, and every Gran Turismo game you have made has been an improvement on your previous work. You're basically considered the greatest development… Go To Full Article

SilverStone Strider ST56F 560W Power Supply

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Silverstone is an extremely well known company, well known for making excellent quality products that are not just aesthetically pleasing, but perform well too. I've reviewed quite a few power supplies in my time but never one from SilverStone; I've…

BFG GeForce 7900 GT OC SLI

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At an NVIDIA MSRP of $449, the GeForce 7900 GT is being targeted at the high-end gamer that is still on a budget, albeit a much more flexible one than the 7600 GT is meant for. It replaces the short-lived…

CrystalFontz CFA-635

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With the dearth of fan controllers and temperature monitors on the market today it's not very often that you run across one that brings a whole lot more to the table. Today we're taking a look at one that brings…

The Facts About MySpace

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The latest hangout for tweens and teens isn’t the mall in downtown or any particular club, but rather the chaotic world of cyberspace, at a website called MySpace.com. As the hottest social networking site on the web, MySpace has accumulated…

ForceWare 84 Series Roundup

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The software always had a great influence over our hardware. We always like to see the manufactures keep updating their software and to solve bugs and to introduce new features. But it’s not the case with NVIDIA, in every week… Go To Full Article

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