Ultra M998 Mid-Tower Case

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The M998 brings several great features to the table like an aluminum chassis, 11 drive bays, removable motherboard tray, casters, and offers complete accessibility to your hardware just to name a few. Go To Full Article

Thermalright Ultima 90I CPU Cooler Review

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Ever finding ways to stick more pipes on smaller surfaces, Thermalright has presented us with it's new Ultima-90I tower cooler. Featuring two more heatpipes then it's big daddy the Ultra-120 and a compact physique, the Ultima may… Go To Full Article

Scythe Anniversary All Copper Ninja CPU Cooler Released

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Scythe Anniversary All Copper Ninja CPU Cooler Released Scythe Co., Ltd (Tokyo, Japan) announces its 5th anniversary edition of Ninja CPU Cooler… Go To Full Article

[M] Extreme Geforce 8800 GTS Modification: OVP Removed

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Like I said, the voltage over the Capacitor of the RC network is being read into the controller, inside the controller this signal is compared with the voltage level which we made at the OCP pin. The higher the current… Go To Full Article

CES 2008 - Understanding Industry Trends

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This year, I wanted to share some of that thought process. Tim and I have shown you some pretty cool stuff from the show floor this year, with messages about current and soon-to-be products. But when you read between the… Go To Full Article

ASUS Triton 75 CPU Cooler Review

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Asus offers a myriad of CPU coolers, ranging from fanned, to fans with LED's, to the silent fan-less models. Most of the coolers are universally compatible with AMD and Intel processors. So, with this many options, what type of cooler… Go To Full Article

Zerotherm Hurricane HC92 CU 8800 VGA Cooler Review

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In the final analysis, ZEROtherm's Hurricane HC92 Cu 8800 VGA cooler showed a marked improvement over the OEM solution while adding some style and bling into the mix. The inclusion of a fan speed controller, along with the three configuration… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte Volar Review

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While Gigabyte is known primarily for their motherboards and branded video cards, the Volar Heatsink is another obvious attempt to break into the already crowded cooling market. With it's conically directed 120mm fan, and it's interesting heatpipe… Go To Full Article

Corsair Dominator PC3-14400 (TWIN3X2048-1800C7DFIN)

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Performance and overclocking aside, the Corsair Dominator DHX heat sinks are without a doubt, the most advanced cooling solution for memory there is. Integrating with a specially designed PCB to provide two avenues of cooling is the… Go To Full Article

Supertalent ProjectX 2GB DDR3-1800 Memory Kit

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When things named ProjectX drops down the mailbox or are delivered to the door it really makes me curious. It was no different this time when the UPS guy dropped buy a package from Supertalent. We got a package with… Go To Full Article

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