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Dell 2005FPW 20” LCD

@ 2005/01/10 read/post comments(0)
My model has significant backlight bleeding from the top right, top left, and bottom right corners. I didn’t notice this at all until I previewed the “Blank Screen Saver” included with Windows XP in a slightly lit room. In virtual… Go To Full Article

140mm Silent Cooling Fan Switching Power Supply

@ 2005/01/10 read/post comments(0)
This is a very good choice for a power supply. With its large 140mm fan, it delivered the cooling power we required. Coolmax's initial task of providing cooling solutions for electrical and industrial applications using AC and… Go To Full Article

A4 Tech BatteryFREE Wireless Optical Mouse

@ 2005/01/10 read/post comments(0)
There are many reasons for wanting to use a wireless mouse. I would say the main reason is that the mouse moves more freely without a wire attached to it. A negative aspect to using a wireless mouse… Go To Full Article

Featured PimpRig // Project: Vash

@ 2005/01/09 read/post comments(7)
We have a new article up featuring the build of a NICE project case by one of our members... what sets this member apart is that she is a young lady who first dove into the world of PCs and… Go To Full Article

Thermalright LGA775RM Review

@ 2005/01/09 read/post comments(0)
If you are upgrading to the LGA775 package from your previous 478 package and you happen to own a great CPU cooler such as the Thermalright XP-120 or XP-90, don’t sell it off yet. Yes, this is good news for… Go To Full Article

A4Tech BatteryFREE Wireless Optical Mouse

@ 2005/01/09 read/post comments(0)
This is not your average mouse and pad. Inside both are rings of copper wire which generate an electric charge. That power moves from the pad to the mouse and vice versa through induction (in layman's terms, electricity "jumps" from… Go To Full Article

SMC Gigabit Equipment Review

@ 2005/01/09 read/post comments(0)
Until recently gigabit was too expensive for the average home user who wanted to setup a small LAN. However because of the technology improving the cost to the consumer has slowly been dropping. Just about all of the networking companies… Go To Full Article

Leadtek WinFast PX6600 GT TDH PCI-Express 128MB

@ 2005/01/09 read/post comments(0)
In the world of video cards, we all want pretty much the same thing – great quality, performance, and a low price. A middle-of-the-road video card may leave you wanting a little more, but it’s the sweet spot for those… Go To Full Article

RAID-5 On The Desktop - Hardware vs. Onboard Compared

@ 2005/01/08 read/post comments(0)
While RAID-5 controllers are dropping in price, becoming more readily available and arrays are getting easier to setup, RAID-5 still is a bit out of range for the typical home user. None of the three RAID-5 controllers provided us with… Go To Full Article

MSI K8N Diamond SLI Review

@ 2005/01/08 read/post comments(0)
Comparing the MSI to the Gigabyte SLI board, we think both have their advantages with MSI bundling Bluetooth and Creative onboard audio while Gigabyte offering RAID5 and PCI x1 slots. The MSI seemed slightly faster with a single card while… Go To Full Article

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