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MGE XG Quantum ATX Case

@ 2005/07/01 read/post comments(0)
Today i have had the pleasure to review the XG Quantum from MGE Company, a company probably not many of you are aware of. Here is a snippet from their site. “MGE Company is the Manufacturer of… Go To Full Article

OCZ EL DDR PC-3200 Titanium

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OCZ is known as a memory manufacturer who produces high-end enthusiast memory. The recently released Titanium Line is more focused on stability of operation, than for overclockers. It features OCZ's Lifetime PowerSwap Warranty which is a unique feature to the… Go To Full Article

Prime Cooler Fanless VGA Cooler

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Overall, the Prime Cooler PC-VGAHP 1 performs quite well and it is noiseless! The major concern of the Prime Cooler PC-VGAHP 1 is the hard installation process. However, if you take few minutes to read the user’s manual then it… Go To Full Article

OCZ Titanium PC3200 1GB Dual Channel Kit

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OCZ has memory that's not made for overclocking?! For the first time, OCZ designed memory modules that are dedicated to servers and high end mission critical systems. Review URL: Go To Full Article

Intel Pentium Extreme Edition 840

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In a multithreaded environment, the CPU demonstrated some excellent performance, besting the 3.73 Extreme Edition which has a 266FSB and over 500MHz clock speed advantage. Image and video editing are really the 840's forté as we've seen… Go To Full Article

LightScribe:Professional Labels in Your DVD Recorder!

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Since the introduction of double layer media, the only significant area for differentiation between DVD recorders has been speed. But even here, development will soon reach the theoretical limits as we get closer and closer to the maximum speed of… Go To Full Article

Microsoft pays IBM $775 million to settle suit

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SOFTWARE FIRM Microsoft paid IBM $775 million after both firms settled an outstanding case based on the Vole's antitrust case in the last decade. Microsoft has already paid both Novell and Sun chunks of money based around that antitrust… Go To Full Article

Nailing Standards to the Wall

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Technology never stops changing. That’s good for me—I make a living from covering its twists and turns. For consumers and business users, however, technological change is bittersweet. New technology brings new benefits, but those benefits are always accompanied by risks,… Go To Full Article

Could AMD be the Next Intel?

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The microprocessor industry has received a nice shake since AMD’s announcement of filing an antitrust complaint against Intel due to its monopoly in the market. Whether all of AMD’s claims in its 48-page complaint are valid is up to the… Go To Full Article

Transcend JetFlash 110 1GB USB 2.0 Drive

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If USB drives weren't so popular, companies wouldn't keep releasing bigger and bigger ones. I am glad they keep getting bigger and more popular. In addition to growing in capacity, USB flash drives are becoming more and more affordable. You… Go To Full Article

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