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DH photoshop bench V2 and Adobe Photoshop CS V2 (v9)

@ 2005/04/28 read/post comments(0)
Some of you may be aware that Adobe recently released Photoshop CS2 (v9), an update to CS1, this is quite an overhaul aesthetically but there are also some quite vast improvements to the coding, specifically if you are running an… Go To Full Article

Waterblock Homemade à caloduc

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To imagine what does give the combination of the heat pipe of the cooler Titan L-type and a tank Noise Isolator? A waterblock homemade with a caloduc. We carried out this waterblock with an aim of seeing… Go To Full Article

Tyan Transport GS12 and GX21 1U rackmount servers

@ 2005/04/28 read/post comments(0)
If you want to pack a bunch of full-featured basic x86 servers - with at least one big hard drive each, nothing much shared, and at least a current-issue desktop processor, not some low-power basic chip - into a small… Go To Full Article

ECS launch mainboard that supports both AMD and Intel processors

@ 2005/04/27 read/post comments(4)
During CeBIT 2005, HEXUS exclusively broke a news story showing an innovative ECS ELITEGROUP product – the ECS ELITEGROUP PF88 Extreme Hybrid Mainboard – which enables the use of both AMD and Intel processors. Go To Full Article

ATI's Multi VPU works on Intel boards

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We saw some Intel 955 motherboards with two PCIe graphics slots and when we asked around it turns out that you will be able to use ATI's cards in those boards. That is, when ATI officially reveals its marchitecture. Go To Full Article

Samsung's Spinpoint P120 Hard Drive

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In the past, drives from Korean maker Samsung were often a tad slower compared to those from heavy hitters like Hitachi, Maxtor, Seagate and Western Digital. Nevertheless, the good ergonomic qualities of the Spinpoint drives have attracted a large following.… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake Soprano Case

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Today I’ll be reviewing Thermaltake’s Soprano VB1000SWS computer case. The Soprano features tool-free 5.25’’ and 3.5’’ drive and expansion slot installation as well as dual 120mm cooling fans and a transparent acrylic X-shaped side-panel window with 90mm fan. Go To Full Article

ATop Xplode Gaming Case

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Well it seems EVERYONE is into making Pre-Modded cases these days, they are popping up everywhere, and every computer related store you go into has them now. All shapes, sizes and price ranges. Not many really stand out from the… Go To Full Article

AC Ryan launches Meshx

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April 2005 - AC Ryan set the path for modders that need more modding supplies... Such as the AcrylPanel. AC Ryan is focusing on bringing in more and more modding supplies to the modders to create their piece of art.… Go To Full Article

Gamers Beware

@ 2005/04/27 read/post comments(0)
After seeing some new developments in the gaming world, I am not having much fun. We are about to repeat some of the same things we went through during the dawn of the PC era in the mid 1980s. Do… Go To Full Article

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