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Coolmax 14cm Silent Cooling Fan Switching PSU

@ 2004/07/14 read/post comments(3)
With more and more people looking a quiet solution to their computer needs we are still faced with the problem of having a large enough power supply to provide enough current to run all of the accessories so many people… Go To Full Article

Camo Painting Case Guide @ Phoronix

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Tired of your case’s current color but don’t want to fork out your hard earned money to buy a new case? Why not paint it? Painting a computer case isn’t as hard as one may imagine, nor is it as… Go To Full Article

"Rusty Wallace 2001 Ford Taurus" Car-Case Mod!

@ 2004/07/13 read/post comments(0)
And finally, the 'case' itself. It's a 1/10th scale 2001 Ford Taurus Superspeedway R/C car body. I used only a few of the decals from… Go To Full Article

Corsair TwinX 3200 XL

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With CAS 2-2-2-5 timings, this is the first memory since Winbond BH5 ceased production to bring back super tight timings. What really sets this RAM apart, however, is its ability to overclock to PC4000 speeds, whilst still retaining tight timings! Go To Full Article

Alpha S-PAL8055 HSF AMD AXP

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Quote from Insanetek: "The results speak for themselves. The S-PAL8055 simply could not beat out the SP97. The all copper heatpipes of the SP97 bested the aluminum pins by a good 5°C. " http://www.insanetek.com/index.php?page=alphapal8055 Go To Full Article

ABIT AA8 DuraMAX: newest socket LGA775 from Intel

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Hoping to capitalize on the latest technology, ABIT offers PCI Express, DDR2, and the newest socket LGA775 from Intel in the AA8 DuraMAX. Is this just a push for a new flagship, or is the AA8 DuraMAX the board to… Go To Full Article

Overclocking 915/925: Problem solved?

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THE SITE PCEKSPERT has some insight into the whole i915/925 FSB overclock limiting issue. It appears that the whole problem centres around the North Bridge voltage. http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=17185 Go To Full Article

Gigabyte Gigabyte GA-8I915G-MF (i915G Chipset)

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Meant for the new LGA775 Intel P4 CPU, the Gigabtye GA-8I915G-MF uses the 915G chipset. In this article, besides the motherboard itself, we also give an in-depth discussion on the 915G chipset and the LGA775 CPU. … Go To Full Article

Rotated Grids & Translucency

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This article will discuss a couple of quality issues that remain in modern computer games — and yes, even with the latest hardware there still exists some issues. Although I’d rather get straight to the second topic; namely the use… Go To Full Article

Streamlining (and Slipstreaming) your Unattended WinXP Install onto CDR or DVD

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Required for this endeavour: Completion of Part I A CDRW or DVD+/-R(W) drive (CDRW is fine, but a DVD burner is outstanding for this project) At least 1GB of free space on your… Go To Full Article

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