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Intel dual core launch is no big deal at all

@ 2005/04/18 read/post comments(0)
By Charlie Demerjian: Monday 18 April 2005, 09:16 INTEL IS TAKING A HUGE step backward today with the dual core Pentium 4 launch. Word out of Intel HQ is that one of the dictats of the post… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master Vortex TX

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Having gotten used to heatpipes for air cooling, I had some concerns of how the Vortex TX would compare against those coolers. Overall, the Vortex TX had a strong showing and managed to more or less tie the… Go To Full Article

Seagate USB 2.0 5GB Pocket Hard Drive

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Why waste your time on skimpy small USB pen drives when you can have a massive 5GB on the go? Once you have the portable storage space, you won't want to go anywhere without it. … Go To Full Article

Actiontec 54Mbps Wireless Network Camera

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On first glance the Actiontec 54Mbps camera looks just like the kind of security cameras you see in public places. You know the kind that watch over you Big Brother style 24 hours a day? That's the type. But with… Go To Full Article

A-Top Technology Gladiator Gaming Case

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It's time again for our weekly case review and this time around we are looking at the A-Top Technology Gladiator Gaming Case. A stylish case that has numerous features and a price tag that the budget minded computer shopper will… Go To Full Article

ATI Radeon X800 XL overclocking

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We experiment with coolers, clock speeds and power connectors on ATI's mid-high-end graphics card. Does an external power connector provide for better overclocking? What power drain does a souped-up X800XL have? And what results can you get with an ATI… Go To Full Article

Ultra Products X-Finity 600W ATX PSU

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Given the high power rating of this unit, and the current state of computer systems, I was surprised by the omission of explicit PCIe graphics card support. A power supply unit like this could be ideal for a high end… Go To Full Article

Fortron Sparkle ZEN

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Today we have a very special PSU on the test bench - it is completely passive. Fortron trusts their design so much that they say a backup fan is not needed. I was surprised to see the Fortron Sparkle… Go To Full Article

Scythe Silent Box

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If you want a completely silent system, you should definitely take a look this Silent Box. Be warned though, temperatures do rise a bit. Review URL: Go To Full Article

Asus K8N Motherboard

@ 2005/04/18 read/post comments(0)
After taking a look at VIA’s K8T800 chipset last week and NVIDIA’s nForce3-150 chipset internally in our labs, it’s clear that both chipsets failed to offer AGP/PCI lock and lacked features that would impress the high-end home user. There were… Go To Full Article

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