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Noctua NH-U9B tower cooler Review

@ 2009/01/19 read/post comments(0)
With the NH-U9B we send the first Noctua cooler into the race. The comparatively small tower cooler should have a lot of potential and even fits in HTPCs. Also the noise level should be on a very reasonable level.… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master Storm Sniper (DE)

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The new Coolermaster Storm Sniper is the next PC Case in the Technic3D Editorship. See you in the following Review which qualities the High-End Gaming Tower with a new Cooling concept (3x200mm Fan) and many Features presents. Better than the… Go To Full Article

Windows 7 BETA vs Windows Vista SP1 SSD Performance Compared

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The topic of SSDs itself is rather interesting, but when you team up the increasingly popular flash memory technology with Microsoft's next operating system, Windows 7, things move up to the next notch on the excitement level - for us… Go To Full Article

AMD launches energy efficient 760G chipset

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AMD Extends Desktop Platform Advantage for Value PCs From the industry leader in chipset technology, the new AMD 760G chipset delivers… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master mods their PSU to start cars :)

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Asian Executives Face Jail in US for Fixing LCD Prices

@ 2009/01/17 read/post comments(0)
Four current and former executives from LG Display in South Korea and from Chunghwa Picture Tubes in Taiwan have agreed to plead guilty and serve jail terms in the U.S. for participating in a conspiracy to fix prices in the… Go To Full Article

Intel to Roll Out Processors with Graphics Cores This Year

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Despite some over-conservative expectations and reports, Intel Corp. is on track to release its central processing units (CPUs) with integrated graphics cores this year, the company said during its most recent conference call with financial analysts. Answering… Go To Full Article

4GB DDR3-1600 in LGA775 Systems

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Most users believe that it doesn’t make sense to use DDR3 SDRAM in LGA775 platforms. However, this conclusion is based on the facts from the times when 2GB memory kits and Intel’s 3rd series chipsets were dominating the market. Today… Go To Full Article

Time to check your WPA/WPA2 WLAN Passwords

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GPU-powered general-purpose computing is causing all sorts of security nightmares these days, and wireless access points secured with WPA seem to be the latest victim. Elcomsoft, of “Advanced eBook Processor” fame, released a proprietary WPA/WPA2-PSK cracker that uses GPUs to… Go To Full Article

Corsair starts shipping 128Gb SSD Drives for $400

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It seems Corsair has jumped on the bandwagon as they have introduced their first SSD, it's an entry level product with quite mediocre specs if thethose listed… Go To Full Article

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