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Samsung has developed a 32-inch cathode ray tube (CRT) only 35cm deep

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The new CRT makes it possible to build a CRT TV only 38cm deep (see Fig). The 32-inch CRT TVs available on the market today are normally 50 to 60cm deep. While this new CRT would still be significantly thicker… Go To Full Article

DFI LANParty UT nF3 250Gb Motherboard

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DFI made its fame with the release of Nvidia nF2 motherboard, DFI LANPARTY NFII Ultra B. It is one of the few nF2 boards that can reach a staggering 250MHz+ FSB and offers a wide range of voltage adjustments. After… Go To Full Article

5 Cool P4 S775 Coolers Protect Your P4 From Heatstroke

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One of the most notorious issues with Intel's Prescott Pentium 4 is its tremendous heat dissipation. Dealing properly with the heat produced by this CPU requires care on the part of the user in selecting the appropriate cooler. To help… Go To Full Article

Guide to Backing Up your Half-Life 2 Steam Files

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Half-Life 2 is just around the corner and many of us in anticipation to get it as soon as possible have already ordered it off Steam. You may be bummed about not getting a fancy retail box, but that won’t… Go To Full Article

ASUS K8N-E Deluxe

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It's the features that drive this mainboard more than anything. The use of the 250Gb nForce3 variant, bringing with it GigE and those highly useful hardware firewall features for the home user, combined with plenty of USB2.0,… Go To Full Article

OCZ Technology Pushes DDR to the Limits

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Leading maker of memory modules OCZ Technology has unveiled yet another high-performance set of DDR products with 533MHz speed-bin and pretty aggressive memory timings. “With the introduction of the latest round of memory-hungry 3D games and the… Go To Full Article

Industry Update - Q4-2004: AMD adds SSE3 Support, Intel's 925/915 not selling

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Every year I make at least one trip to Taipei, Taiwan, usually for the annual Computex show. The flight itself is usually grueling, traveling from the East Coast you're generally in the air for around 20 hours. Then there's getting… Go To Full Article

3DMark05 - Benchmark Review

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In the following article we will test 3DMark05 to find out exactly how the generated score depends on the main hardware components of the computer system. Go To Full Article

Modding your Single-Layer DVD to Dual-Layer

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Today we set out on a fun little project. We decided to test a mod that was floating around on the net making your single-layer burner turn into a Dual-Layer (DL) burner! Is this really a free upgrade? We will… Go To Full Article

Intel to add Wi-Fi to Pentium 4 chipsets - again

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Intel will integrate Wi-Fi into its next generation of desktop chipsets, the chip maker has revealed, two months after admitting it will not ship promised WLAN adaptors for its 'Grantsdale' and 'Alderwood' Pentium 4 chipsets. Speaking in… Go To Full Article

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