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Must Buy For Your Next LANParty: Serious Sam HD

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Serious Sam HD will be old hat to fans of the series, but for younger games who don't know how to get Serious and budget gamers looking for a quick adrenalin fix, this is just about as good as it… Go To Full Article

Atom 2011, Cedarview to launch in Q3 2011

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By this time [Q3 2011] the platform should be finalized, and this includes bios and drivers, CPU and motherboard, including all the other collaterals that they have to take in account. With this in mind, it looks that there will… Go To Full Article

Sapphire custom cooled Radeon HD 5770 pictured

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Like a good add-in board partner Sapphire has rushed to embrace the new Radeon HD 5770 reference design and introduce a card that's based on it. This 'New Edition' model has a different cooler but other than that it doesn't… Go To Full Article

Borderlands Gameplay Performance and IQ

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Borderlands is a colorful co-op shooter in more ways than one, coming to retail after a lengthy development cycle including at least one redesign. It uses a familiar graphics engine, but with some tweaks and upgrades which have brought with… Go To Full Article

Dell one of the first to offer Chrome OS builds for their netbooks

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TIN BOXMAKER Dell has made available a customised download of Google's Chromium OS for its popular Mini 10V netbook. Dell released its download on Friday, giving US Mini 10V netbook owners a holiday weekend project. Go To Full Article

Tuniq Tower 120 Extreme Cooler Review

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Tuniq Company decided to keep up with the progress and this summer announced two new cooling solutions: Tuniq Tower 120 Extreme and Tuniq Propeller 120. The second cooler is not yet completely ready to come out, while the first one… Go To Full Article

Use your Wiimote with your Linux Machine

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When I bought my new house, I decided to install a HTPC and a nice beamer for my entertainment. I already had a white wall as a processor, and the beamer plus the Core2duo PC accompanying didn't really cost that… Go To Full Article

Xbox-intosh & an Atom-based Cube

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Though [Will] is more of a PC guy, he needed a Mac to run the software he needed for his line of work (Final Cut). Making the best of an unfortunate situation, he constructed this hackintosh inside the case of… Go To Full Article

New SiSoft Sandra 2010 supports GPGPU, Virtualization tests

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When it comes to checking and testing components of the system, there are numerous apps available but one of best and most often used is SiSoft's Sandra system benchmark. I've been using SiSoft Sandra since my career start as a… Go To Full Article

Spire presents the TherMax Eclipse CPU cooler

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The upcoming release features a black-coated heatsink measuring 131 x 70 x 152 mm that boasts 46 aluminum fins and five 8mm U-shaped direct touch copper heatpipes, has two 120mm BlackStar fans and is bundled with a syringe of BlueFrost… Go To Full Article

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