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DUH! News of the Day: Nvidia admits GTX480 runs hot

@ 2010/04/01 read/post comments(1)
In a blog post, Nvidia's Drew Henry said that the chip designer had "heard [users] concerns" with regard to power and heat. He went on to explain that a "high performance" GPU such as the GTX480 will "consume a lot… Go To Full Article

No performance testing is done on USB certified devices

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YOU MIGHT HAVE noticed a little USB logo on most, if not all of your USB devices that tells you what kind it is, be it bog standard USB, Hi-Speed or now SuperSpeed USB. During today's USB-IF developer's conference we… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake PWB 100

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When we think of water blocks and of water cooling in general, we think of names like Danger Den, Koolance, EK, Heatkiller and D-Tek. At the bottom of our list is Coolermaster, Corsair and finally ThermalTake. These companies have been… Go To Full Article

Xigmatek Utgard Review

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Everyone has seen the Xigmatek fans, but are the cases they produce up to the same standards? Go To Full Article

Kingston SSDNow V+ (gen.2) 128GB SSD Review

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In the highly competitive SSD market, there is no end to the number of companies vying for your hard earned dollars. From no name brands to the who's who of the computer hardware industry, there are so many products out… Go To Full Article

NZXT Tempest EVO Mid Tower Chassis Review

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Today we have the opportunity to take a look revamped version of the infamous NZXT Tempest, the NZXT Tempest EVO. With many upgrades from the original Tempest including a complete black interior, tinted window, extra cable management options and many… Go To Full Article

Raidmax Hurricane Review

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The overall cooling performance of the Raidmax Hurricane is very respectable. The CPU was on-par with the NZXT Lexa, and though the motherboard and hard drive temperatures were somewhat higher, they remained at more than stable temperatures. The Hurricane's temperatures… Go To Full Article

Coolink Corator DS

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Coolink is taking heatpipe technology a bit further than most with their Corator DS CPU heatsink, using what they call Gapless Direct Touch (GDT) in order to eliminate the large spaces between heatpipes we normally see at the base. The… Go To Full Article

PowerColor HD 5750 Green

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The PowerColor HD 5750 Green is the first card in PowerColor's "Unplug" series. It uses PowerColor's new innovative Efficient Energy Transforming Technology, which is what allows the card to consume so little power. All without the sacrifice of performance.… Go To Full Article

Nvidia GeForce GTX 480 3-Way SLI Review

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Exclusive footage of brand new high end Geforce GTX 480 3-Way SLI system booting up Go To Full Article

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