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Sharkoon releases New SilentStorm PSU series with flat modular cables

@ 2009/05/01 read/post comments(0)
Sharkoon releases New SilentStorm PSU series with flat modular cables Sharkoon re-released its SilentStorm power supply series today, featuring a new design with modular cable system, 135mm fan and in three different power ratings: 460,… Go To Full Article

Microsoft Windows 7 Launch Date Presumably Revealed

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Acer Group, the world’s third largest maker of personal computers, has revealed that Microsoft Corp.’s Windows 7 next-generation operating system (OS) will be released officially on the 23rd of October, 2009, if there are no changes in the plans.… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte GV-R485MC-1GI Graphics Card Review: Silent Predator

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Noise has long become a serious problem of contemporary high-performance computers. Both - users and component makers have united their efforts in battling this factor. Today we are going to check out Gigabyte’s contribution in the form of their new… Go To Full Article

Asus P6T7 WS SuperComputer Features 7 PCIe slots!

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The ASUS Workstation Series is the ideal foundation for a powerful PC. It delivers awesome power, dependable performance and unparallel multiple I/O scalability for the most demanding tasks and future upgrades. Also, it provide extreme power saving experience with EPU-6… Go To Full Article

Windows 7 RC Now Available for MSDN, TechNet

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Microsoft said in its press release that the RC milestone indicates the operating system is entering the final phases of development and is ready for partners to develop new applications, device drivers and services, and ready for IT pros to… Go To Full Article

Solidata SSDs fail to impress: higher power consumption than normal HDD

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Solidata managed to really shock us. Its X1 and X2 drives are based on SLC and MLC flash, and come in 64 GB and 128 GB storage capacities, respectively. These devices provide fast read performance, but only average write performance,… Go To Full Article

Windows 7 RC 32-bit vs Windows Vista SP1 32-Bit

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The overall takeaway sounds like a mixed message: Windows 7 RC1 consistently beat Vista in raw benchmarks by a small margin, and lagged slightly behind Vista in some very real world measures. Go To Full Article

Sapphire prepping Radeon HD 4890 with 1Ghz GPU

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Sapphire has three iterations of custom card-cooling, encompassing the Vapor-X (non-overclocked), Toxic (pre-overclocked), and Atomic (crème de la crème, pre-overclocked). The Atomic usually ships with the swanky cooler and bundle - aluminium case, anyone? - and increases clock-speeds on all… Go To Full Article

MSI and ASUS turned their backs on NVIDIA's ION

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According to our info, two big players in the netbook and nettop industry, Asus and MSI chose to skip Nvidia's ION party. We guess that Intel is just a better friend than Nvidia in these tough times and as we… Go To Full Article

Microsoft discusses XP Mode in detail

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As part of the upcoming Windows 7 Release Candidate milestone, Microsoft will release a beta version of Windows XP Mode, which allows users of Windows 7 Professional and above to launch many older Windows XP productivity applications directly from their… Go To Full Article

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