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3 Waterblocks from All-in-One kits compared

@ 2004/09/28 read/post comments(2)
We use our own design heatsink test rig. The ambient temperature was regulated at 21 degrees Celsius. We run the heat source in our test rig at approximately 70, 115 & 170 Watts to show you how heatsinks perform under… Go To Full Article

Thermalright XP-120 Review

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"Heatpipes have been the recent trend among heatsinks and Thermalright is no exception. The popular SP-94 and SP-97 both use heatpipe technology and have been top performers in their respective classes for a while now. Thermalright seems to have hit… Go To Full Article

Ultra Low Temperature Experiment: LN2 & AXP

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Great read, good pictures, nice results! "With the whole beginning of the project, one wished to create a new cooling based on a relaxation of Joule with air or gas nitrogen contained in the large bottles with… Go To Full Article

Athlon 64 3000+ Socket 939 90nm: Overclocker's Dream?

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CPU-Z shows our top MHz of 2027 which we achieved with the stock AVC heatsink. We did not raise the CPU core voltage above the 1.4V default, nor below it. We believe that with higher end air cooling the results… Go To Full Article

ATI Radeon 9700 All-In-Wonder Review

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With the introduction of next-generation products from both ATI and NVIDIA in the market place there has been a gradual drop in prices of hardware from the previous generation. Both the 6800 series from NVIDIA and… Go To Full Article

AMD Athlon 64 FX-53 overclocked to 3.60GHz

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@ only -95ºc (cascade cooling) we get this: Go To Full Article

nVidia ForceWare 66.70

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Wow, this is a first for us. We have netted ourselves, via an anonymous source, a brand new set of nVidia ForceWare drivers. Labeled as 66.70 and dated 09/16/2004, we have no word on what they do better than previous… Go To Full Article

RAM - Memory Technology Overview

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If you have ever asked for advice on what type of RAM to purchase, you were probably given a response that goes something as follows. The higher the supported bandwidth of the RAM, the better, but having lower timings is… Go To Full Article

Kingwin Mutant X Mid-Tower Case

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When most people think of budget cases, plain vanilla with few frills is what usually comes to mind. And if you’re lucky enough to get a power supply included in the package, chances are it’s a 300 watt unit that… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte GA-8ANXP-D Motherboard Review

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With the Socket 775 Intel processor introducing so many legacy free technologies at once, it's going to be simpler and less costly for consumers to just implement everything at once. Or.... not at all and side with AMDs solutions. In… Go To Full Article

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