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HDA X-Plosion 7.1 DTS Connect Sound Card

@ 2006/03/19 read/post comments(0)
With DTS becoming nearly as common in home theatre receivers as Dolby Digital, it was only a matter of time before the DTS equivalent of Dolby Digital Live became available in a sound card. Well, that card is

Thermaltake Big Typhoon Heatsink

@ 2006/03/19 read/post comments(0)
Some people say bigger is better, and when it comes to heat sinks Thermaltake seems to think so. Today we take a look at Thermaltakes's Big Typhoon heat sink. This monster of a heat sink/fan combo boasts a…

Logitech MX510 Gamers Mouse

@ 2006/03/19 read/post comments(0)
Whether you're into first person shooters, real time strategies or even delve into occasional graphics design, you should know that a good mouse is an essential tool in your daily computing activities. In this review we are going to look…

HIS X1600 Pro IceQ Turbo DL-DVI 128MB PCIE Video Card

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The HIS X1600 Pro IceQ Turbo DL-DVI 128MB PCIE Video Card has all the latest technologies: SM3, ATI AVIVO, and much more. While this is clearly not a hardcore video card, it does offer major value. If you are not…

Shuttle SN25P

@ 2006/03/18 read/post comments(0)
These last few years of developing more power consuming hardware, especially video cards would let us to believe that the barebone market still targets the customer who doesn't require top-notch performance. Shuttle has a barebone in its…

Gainward 7900GT

@ 2006/03/18 read/post comments(0)
Today the Technic3D editorship dedicates itself to the first representative of the new diagram maps of Nvidia, the 7900 GT. Gainward gave us for this on the CeBIT its Bliss to 7900 GT PCX to the hand, which shines in…

NVIDIA Releases ForceWare 84.21 Drivers

@ 2006/03/18 read/post comments(0)
NVIDIA has released new ForceWare drivers for all of you gamers out there. The ForceWare 84.21 drivers are WHQL certified and weigh in at 21MB: Release Highlights: • WHQL Certified • Adds support for… Go To Full Article

Apple MacBook Pro Connector Catches Fire

@ 2006/03/18 read/post comments(0)
Hopefully, this is just an isolated case. A Dutch man had a pretty bad run in with Apple's new "MagSafe" power connector on his MacBook Pro. the MagSafe connector caught on fire and burned both the power adapter and MacBook…

Free alternatives to software piracy

@ 2006/03/18 read/post comments(0)
What if copy protection could not be bypassed? We explore the free alternatives to the most popular programs used by many illegally. You might be surprised how much Windows, Office, Photoshop and others total up to and how capable some…

New Memory Modules @ Cebit

@ 2006/03/18 read/post comments(0)
This is our coverage of Cebit 2006, the biggest electronics expo in the world. We have reports from the memory manufacturers A-Data, G.SKILL, Kingmax, OCZ Technology and Patriot.

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