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PlayStation 3 Not So Much Delayed?

@ 2006/02/24 read/post comments(0)
Chris Morris, on the CNN Game Over column, points out that even if Merrill Lynch's suggestion that the delayed initial launch of the PS3 is true, that's unlikely to affect the U.S. launch of the console. From the article: "Logic… Go To Full Article

Intel Pentium D 805 Available for $150

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The highly-anticipated low-cost dual-core microprocessor from Intel Corp. is now available in the U.S. and Japan for the price well-below of $200, an anticipated price-point. While the new chip is not a performance champion, the product will still allow users…

Buffalo Overlocks DDR to 700MHz

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Buffalo Technology, a leading maker of memory modules from Austin, Texas, recently started to sell its Firestix memory modules based on DDR technology able to hit the world’s highest speed bin for this type of memory, confirming that the technology…

Nvidia Plans Price Drop on High-End Graphic Cards to ~$499

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Nvidia Corp. plans not only to increase performance fiercely with the launch of its new code-named G71 graphics processors, but also to decrease pricing of single-chip high-end graphics cards. For those who demand ultimate performance, dual-chip graphics cards will be…

Silverstone LC16M HTPC case

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There's no doubt about it - we loved Silverstone LC16M. Unlike some, we weren't put off by the chunky looks and the added bonus is the amount of room there is inside. If you require a slimline HTPC, something like…

THERMALRIGHT to design a new mount bracket for AM2 socket

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yesterday I picked up the phone and called to Thermalright's support. - [Me]: Hi! I already own an XP-120 mounted on a socket 939 board, I'm planning to update to socket AM2 when boards hit the streets…

Noctua & Coolink Heatpipe Coolers

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"Bigger is better" kind of thinking seems to be the key here. It is good to see that the manufacturers didn't build the heatsink around a huge lump of copper but decided to make the unit relatively light…

ECS PF22 Extreme

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today we are pleased to have the opportunity to review Elitegroup's newest addition to their Intel line-up: The Elitegroup PF22 Extreme. Sporting Intel's latest (as well as a little surprise that we will touch on in a moment), this board…

Seagate Momentus 5400.3 160GB Hard Disk Drive with Perpendicular Technology

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Today we are going to introduce to you the world’s first 2.5-inch hard disk drive with the perpendicular recording technology. This will be the solution from Seagate, a new member in the Momentus family. Let’s find out the exciting details…

CPU Roundup - 20 single and dual core offerings from AMD and Intel

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With the arrival of Athlon 64 X2 and Pentium D "series 800", AMD and INTEL put a first term at the race in GHz. The priority passes now to the flexibility in use... But for much of users, this new…

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