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Evercool Sharks Heatpipe CPU Cooler

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AC Ryan UV AcrylPanel

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Summary: Straight from the box the first thing I could notice was that in a room with standard lighting the edges really picked up the UV in the light... it was starting to glow under a normal light bulb! I… Go To Full Article

Seagate's Barracuda 7200.9 hard drives

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IN THE HARD DRIVE WORLD, capacity is king. Capacity actually comes in two flavors. The first and most obvious is the storage capacity of a hard drive. The second, and potentially more important, is the capacity of individual platters within… Go To Full Article

Sapphire X800GTO 256meg AGP

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Raidmax Sagitta ATX Gaming Case

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Sapphire RADEON X1300 256MB

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Summary: The Sapphire RADEON X1300 256MB is a great entry level video card that has all the features of more expensive higher end video cards without the prohibitive price tag. With a street price of about $100 USD it is… Go To Full Article

Corsair TwinX2048-4000PT PC4000 DDR500 Memory

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"Officially, the Corsair TwinX1024-4000PT is designed to run mainly on highly overclocked systems and is rated for up to 250 MHz with 3-4-4-8 timings (at a voltage of 2.8V). If you are running with lower latencies, we can tell you… Go To Full Article

Kingston HyperX PC7200 DDR900 1GB Kit

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Put Your Mouse Where It Does Not Belong Contest

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We have 2x QPAD® Gamer LowSense AIM Green Mousepads to giveaway. The only thing you need to do to win one of the pads is the following; Place your mouse where it does not… Go To Full Article

interview with AMD’s Dr. Raghuram Tupuri

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We often hear the comment that there is no point in investing in 64-bit processor configurations before more applications become available at 64-bit; that without 64-bit apps there will be no performance gain. What is your response to that dilemma? Go To Full Article

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