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Cooler Master Silent Pro M 500W Review

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This product range consists of high quality, modular units with down to earth wattage outputs and very low noise figures. There are three models ranging from 500W to 700W and they appear as if they are the perfect choice for… Go To Full Article

Western Digital VelociRapter Hard Drive

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Most of us try take advantage of a fast CPU or a ton of RAM, but we seldom remember what sits at the base of our system, remembering all of our operating system data - the hard drive. Today Jason… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte MA78GPM-DS2H Motherboard

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The AMD 780G chipset itself lets motherboard manufacturers stand out even without researching user requirements and competition, because having a remarkable integrated graphics core, this chipset allows to install dedicated video memory, which makes this motherboard an independent graphics device. Go To Full Article

Gigabyte GA-EG45M-DS2H review

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Until this year integrated graphics were still a major problem lacking in ability to play 3D games or decode H.264 content. AMD changed all of that though with the 780G and 790GX and Nvidia also raised the bar on integrated… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master UCP 900W review

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Taking the power supply out of the box you can feel that it is made out of very solid material. It is fairly heavy for a PSU and also a little longer at 150 x190 x 86mm. The power supply… Go To Full Article

Titan Cool Idol TTC-NK75TZ(RB) CPU Cooler Review

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The Titan brand is something a lot of Americans probably aren't familiar with. Today we got to look at this German based company Cool Idol TTC-NK75TZ(RB) CPU Cooler. A 12CM fan, fan speed controller, polished base, quiet, and premium cooling… Go To Full Article

Crucial Ballistix DDR2 PC2-6400

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Today we take a look at the Ballistix series RAM from Crucial. Is this 2GB DDR2-800 kit a weapon of mass distruction? Or is it just a wimpy pellet gun? At an online price starting at a mere $50 could… Go To Full Article

S3 Graphics Chrome 440 GTX 256 MB

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S3 Graphics is a graphics chips company in California which was founded in 1989. Over the years they produced numerous chipsets like the legendary S3 Trio and S3 Savage GPUs. They were bought by VIA in 2004 and their graphics… Go To Full Article

Zalman CNPS9300AT Heatsink Review

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Zalman's new CNPS9300AT heatsink is the companies latest CPU cooler, launched this past June at Computex Taipei where Frostytech first got a glance at it. The CNPS9300AT is constructed from many 0.2mm thin copper fins strung together around two copper… Go To Full Article

4-Way SSD Round-up - OCZ, Super Talent and Mtron

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Solid State Drive technology is set to turn the storage industry on its ear; there is little doubt of this. When you consider the intrinsic benefits of anything built on solid state technology versus anything mechanical, it doesn't take a… Go To Full Article

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