GPU-Z v0.3.2 adds GeForce GT 120, GT 130, GT 130M and many more

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* Clock reading on ATI cards fixed * GT200b is now detected as 55nm * Added detection for GeForce GT 120, GT 130, GT 130M, FX 5200, 9400 GT, 9600 GSO 512, FX 2700M, 9500 GS, Quadro FX… Go To Full Article

Asus gaming laptop with HD4870X2 tested and overclocked

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During the CES last month, ASUS announced the W90 notebook series. The notebook is paired by a Core 2 Duo CPU and (an industry first) Mobility Radeon 4870X2 GPUs. The notebook is based on Intel's X38 chipset and can support… Go To Full Article

More Dell Inspiron Mini 10 Specifications and Demo Video!

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As you perhaps know from our previous reports, Dell has a new 10" netbook in development. Things were looking very promising with a display and hardware supporting 720p video playback. Dell has now revealed specifications and official availability date. We… Go To Full Article

AMD Callisto is 45nm Dual Core Phenom II

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AMD may soon repeat its strategy of lopping two cores off a Phenom and selling it as a cheap Athlon—except this time with a 45nm product. We've already heard rumors that AMD is planning 45nm Athlon X2s based on a… Go To Full Article

Auzentech X-Fi Forte 7.1 Review

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The combination of Creative chip and Auzentech PCB magic was been a success before with the likes of the X-Fi Prelude 7.1. That card fitted a normal PCI slot but today we have its successor which slots into the PCI-e… Go To Full Article

GlacialTech UFO V51 CPU Cooler

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Most of PC enthusiasts may not familiar with GlacialTech's heatsink cooler as most of their cooler are mainly designed for OEM. In Nov 2008 we have received the press release about UFO V51 which is GlacialTech first ever gaming heatsink… Go To Full Article

Foxconn Quantum Force X58 BloodRage Motherboard

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X58 based motherboards are popping up thick and fast. And why not? - Core i7 is Intel’s new cash cow and its performance is beyond anything that Core 2 could ever hope for. Thanks to the on-chip memory controller, Intel… Go To Full Article

Intel Core i7 CPU Heatsink 6-Way Roundup

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So given the option, which would we choose? Well, as always it comes down to the specifics of what you’re after. If silence is golden to you, then we’d point you firmly in the direction of the Noctua NH-U12P. It’s… Go To Full Article

OCZ Tri Channel 1600 Platinum

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With the onslaught of Intel's newest chipset and CPU's giving us users more memory bandwidth but also increasing the number of channels to the memory. Its only natural for memory manufacturers to follow suit with this newer standard. OCZ has… Go To Full Article

GELID Solutions GC1 Thermal Compound

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Thermal compounds are probably the most unsung hero of the computer world. For the most part, they are taken for granted and spared little thought when it comes to building a PC or choosing a new cooler. However, these small… Go To Full Article

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