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Ultra Mini-Portable Hard Drive Enclosure 3.5"

@ 2006/02/25 read/post comments(0)
It used to be that if you wanted to back up your essentials you needed to burn them to disk (which can be a time consuming task at best). That is no longer the case. We recently tested out…

Lenovo adopts AMD chips for desktop range

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CHINESE company Lenovo will use Athlon 64 and Sempr0n chips in desktops which it hopes to sell in the US, the UK, France, Germany, Russia, Anzacland, Canada and Mexico. The firm acquired IBM's PC business and it seems like…

Thermaltake Tide Water (VGA Liquid Cooling Module)

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The Thermaltake Tide Water (VGA Liquid Cooling Module) is the first of its kind. Currently there is nothing like it on the market. With modern Video Cards getting faster and faster, they can get really hot. At default speeds this…

XFX Overclocked GeForce 6600 256MB

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Nowadays GeForce 6600 chip is located on the top of all entry-level nVidia GPUs (or at the bottom of all mid-range graphics chips, depending on how you look the market). We reviewed an overclocked model from XFX, called PV-T43P-UDS7, which…

AOpen MiniPC - Pics and Specs revealed

@ 2006/02/24 read/post comments(0)
As the PC market continues to show its age, many manufacturers are changing focus and research to reflect niche markets – with or without the help of the channel partners. AOpen received much fanfare for the original MiniPC; a small…

Forcing the analog sunset: the ugly side of the HD revolution

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The so-called "analog hole" is the bane of Hollywood's attempt to control your entertainment life; put succinctly, if you can hear it or see it on today's consumer electronics devices, you can copy it, with rare exception. The reason is…

Google plays peek-a-boo with web page creator

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The newest web-based application from Google is a web page creator that was briefly available earlier today. Called Google Page Creator, the new application requires a Google account and allows users with no knowledge of HTML to create web pages… Go To Full Article

Mod Mania—Cutting a Pattern in Your Case Mod

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You need coolin'. Baby, I'm not foolin'. Cutting case fans got me droolin'! It's the dawn of a new project, and this time we're going to explore the wonders of more complicated patterns—this one incorporating a…

SiS announces new chipset with AMD Socket AM2 support

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The PC Chips A33G motherboard with SiS761GX chipset is expected to be in mass production by the end of March, 2006, the company said. Advanced Micro Devices has not formally announced the new AM2 pinout, which…

PlayStation 3 Not So Much Delayed?

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Chris Morris, on the CNN Game Over column, points out that even if Merrill Lynch's suggestion that the delayed initial launch of the PS3 is true, that's unlikely to affect the U.S. launch of the console. From the article: "Logic… Go To Full Article

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