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Kingwin TC-02 Thermal Center

Fans; we all need them to help cool our systems, but, do we need them running full throttle all the time? Not really, if you’ve come to this conclusion and are currently in the market for a control center you might find this Thermal Center from Kingwin just what you’re …

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SanDisk 1GB Extreme CompactFlash Type I Memory Card

Want a professional-grade CF card? Want high read and write speeds? If so, then you just might want to take a look at the SanDisk Extreme CF card.

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HIS Excalibur 9600XT TURBO VIVO EDITON

The HIS Excalibur Radeon 9600XT Turbo is a mid-priced (approximately $200) video card that performs well and has an excellent bundle (which includes Half-Life 2). It also looks good, with chrome heatsinks and a blue LED fan.

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StarTech HDDPRO Hard Disk Cooler Review

So, you think a hard disk cooler is overkill? Think again. If you are running a simple file server or if you have mission-critical data sitting on a hard disk at home, you may want the extra peace of mind that this simple but effective device has to offer.

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Compro VideoMate Live USB 2.0

Being able to watch TV on your computer as well as import video is a capability that is getting increasingly popular. We have reviewed several solutions before, including one from Compro (Compro VideoMate TV Gold Plus), but they all have been PCI-based solutions. What do you do if you are …

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Antec Overture – Piano Black Media Case

Antec enters the medic PC market with the Overture. Both the case and the included power supply feature the high level of quality that we expect from Antec. The Piano Black finish must be seen fully appreciate. While not the quietest media case around, it’s quiet enough for my taste.

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Kingston HyperX PC4000 1GB kit

RAM speed and quantity continue to increase almost daily as PC power grows like an unstoppable plague………sounds almost scary! Don’t worry, Kingston’s offering of PC4000 memory is rated G for everyone, take a look to see how fast it goes.

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NEC Multisync LCD 2080UX+

With the 2080UX+, NEC has brought us a 20″ LCD monitor with a 16ms response time, perfect for gaming as well as serious work.

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AMD Athlon 64 3000+ Processor Performance

Wondering what you kind of performance can expect from the cheapest Athlon 64 processor from AMD? As usual, AMD does not disappoint with its bargain (relatively speaking) high-end chip. Read this review to see how it performs against the 3200+, which is clocked the same but has twice the L2 …

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ASUS Radeon 9600XT/TVD

Everyone knows that the 9600 XT is one of the top mid-level graphics cards currently available, but what makes Asus’s offering different? How does it perform compared to other mid-level cards? Read this review to find out.

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Biostar K8VHA Pro & K8NHA Pro Athlon 64 Motherboards

Biostar throws its K8 motherboards into the ring to duke it out with the competition. How will the K8VHA Pro and the K8NHA Pro do against one another? Take a look to see how the K8T800 and the nForce 3 chipsets end up after 12 rounds.

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Biostar iDEQ 200P Athlon64 SFF System

Thinking about jumping on the Athlon 64 and SFF bandwagons? Well, Biostar has a small form factor system that will allow you to get on both bandwagons at the same time. It’s the iDEQ 200P, and it offers all the performance of its bigger brothers but at a fraction of …

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Logitech MX 510 Performance Optical Mouse

If you were impressed by Logitech’s first generation MX Optical Engine, then you’ll really want to check out the newest member of the family — the MX 510. As the name implies, it’s an upgrade from the MX 500 mouse. The MX engine has been improved and the looks are …

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X2 – The Threat

Within a dynamic Universe and a plot expertly weaved together with a series of moving cut-scenes, planet locations and characters of interest, the story of “The Threat” is waiting to be told.

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Laptop Mouse Showdown: Targus vs Microsoft

Check out this little battle between two little mice — the Targus USB Optical Ultra Mini Mouse (a big name for a little critter) and the Microsoft Notebook Optical Mouse. They are both geared towards users on the go but not necessarily the same users. Read the review to see …

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