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Coolermaster Storm Sniper Gaming Chassis Review

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Cooler Master is a name everyone in the computer industry knows well. After years in the business they are still going strong and are one the most well known and reputable manufacturers for their chassis, PSU and cooling products. Recently… Go To Full Article

MSI N250GTS: Quad Pipe cooling, Seaweed-Blade and All Solid Capacitors

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True gamers want to have high performance, effective cooling and an affordable price for graphics cards. On the MSI N250GTS-2D1G, the award-winning Quad Pipe and Seaweed-Blade fan cooling technologies are combined with All Solid Capacitors. These technologies enable the graphics… Go To Full Article

21 Changes in Windows 7 RC "leak" compared to the Beta

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Windows 7 Build 7048, which leaked out of Microsoft's labs last week, isn't the long-awaited Release Candidate (RC), but it does include changes that were checked in after the beta release and will be a part of the RC when… Go To Full Article

Geforce GTX 275 to go up against Radeon HD 4890 ?

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Earlier today Expreview flashed some information regarding a possible Geforce GTX 275 which would be released to go up against the upcoming ATI HD 4890. Rumored to be an overclocked GTX 260 with 650Mhz GPU and 1100Mhz memory, there is…

IE8 May Be Last Version Of Internet Explorer Engine

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InfoWorld's Randall Kennedy reports on rumors that IE8 may be Internet Explorer's swan song: 'IE8 is the last version of the Internet Explorer Web browser,' Kennedy writes. 'It seems that Microsoft is preparing to throw in the towel on its… Go To Full Article

Samsung Begins to Produce Hybrid Flash Memory Using 40nm Process Tech

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Samsung Electronics said on Tuesday that it had begun to produce an 8Gb Flex-OneNAND fusion memory chip, a proprietary memory device that provides both SLC and MLC NAND in a single cost-efficient chip, using 40nm process technology. Samsung’s Flex-OneNAND has… Go To Full Article

IntelBurnTest v1.9 Further Improves PC Stability Testing

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Linpack by Intel(R) is an extremely stressful program that will put even the most powerful X86/X64 CPU in the world at its knees. Load temp under Linpack will be up to 22*C higher than the competing software Prime95. Go To Full Article

XFX Geforce GTX 285 and 295 Tested

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It is a widespread opinion among PC enthusiasts and devoted gamers that a graphics card upgrade must be accompanied with an upgrade of the whole platform in order to provide enough CPU power to the graphics subsystem so that the… Go To Full Article

Windows 7 Starter Targeted At Netbooks, the cash cows

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As you might recall, we learned last month that the cheapest Windows 7 flavor available worldwide will only support running three applications concurrently. According to Bloomberg, Microsoft will target that release at netbooks—even though cheap little laptops should have no… Go To Full Article

[M] CPU, VGA and Laptop Coolers At Cebit 2009

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Come take a look at the latest CPU, VGA, Laptop and System coolers which were on display at Cebit 2009 from Arctic-Cooling, Scythe, Thermaltake, Glacialtech, Gelid and Spire. From a 200mm Godhand CPU cooler to a 1U cooling wonder, Cebit… Go To Full Article

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