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ATI Stream Technology

Soon AMD will give all HD3000 and HD4000 owners an early Christmas present in their next Catalyst-drivers. We’ve got the details of the new ATI Stream-support that will turn your GPU into a transcoding monster.

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Cooler Master HAF-932 Case

Looking for a case that can handle the largest graphics cards on the market, yet also keep them and the rest of your high-end computer running cool? Well then the Cooler Master HAF-932 should be on your shortlist, offering complete silence, enough airflow, and plenty of space for just about ...

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NZXT Whisper Case

With the need of having not only being able to keep your most valuable computer components cool, we users also want our chassis to be stylish and also be able to dampen the sounds of our computer fans. NVXT Came up with an answer for this, The Whisper case.

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Razer Moray Gaming Earbuds

The Razer Moray Gaming Earbuds are an amazing set of portable Audio EarBuds that feature great in game sound and cancel out outside noise to keep the world out of your game!

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NZXT Guardian 921

NZXT is at it again with yet another computer case offering. This time, NZXT will be entering into the market of budget gamers.

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Arctic Cooling Accelero TWIN TURBO

When we think of cooling our video cards, we often ignore this part of our computer components, thinking the stock cooler is sufficient enough to keep the core cool enough for everyday use. Arctic Cooling has come up with a very good alternative cooler for our video cards, The Accelero ...

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AMD HD4550 versus GeForce 9400GT

For a lot of people paying more than $50-$60 for a video card is not an option. We have taken two cards from NVidia and AMD that won’t cost you more than $50 and pitted them against each other to see which company has made the best entry-level video card.

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ECS P45T-AD3 Black

We all know ECS for there cheap, stable, rock solid performance Motherboards. Also, we know ECS for their limited overclocking capabilities as well, but not anymore. Today I bring you the ECS P45T-AD3 Black Motherboard, lets turn the page and see how this Motherboard handled itself.

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Silver Power SP-600A2C

Looking for a new power supply but don’t need a full kilowatt to drive up the energy bills? Read on as we have a look at the Silver Power SP-600A2C 600W power supply.

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Swiftech APOGEE GTZ

The APOGEE GTZ replaces their out going APOGEE GTX water block and it’s designed to offer the end-user a high performance solution to Swiftech’s own top model.

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Intel Core I7 940 (Nehalem)

Intel’s new line of Core I7 Processors (Nehalem) will change the face of computing. The Core I7 940 currently the Top Mainstream processor impressed us from the start.

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FarCry 2 SLI Performance Review

With the introduction of Nvidia’s new drivers (v. 180.43) and Core I7 SLI is coming to maturity. Game Developers and Nvidia come together to perfect SLI technology for FarCry 2.

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Intel Core I7 920 (Nehalem)

Intel’s Core I7 920 (Nehalem) entry level CPU doesn’t drive like any entry level CPU we’ve ever tested. It OCes with the best of them!

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Intel Core I7 965 (Nehalem)

The Core I7 965 will change the way Overclockers look at CPU’s in a big way. It’s the fastest Quad on the Planet!

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Palit Radeon HD 4870X2

Just when you think GPU’s have topped out on speed along comes the Palit Raedon HD 4870X2 to change your perception of speed.

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Eagle Tech ET-CS2LSU2-BK (2.5” SATA To USB Enclosure)

With the hard drive’s price dropping, it is easier than ever to carry a large amount of data with you on the go. Simply put a hard drive in an external enclosure and you are ready to go. Today we are going to look at Eagle Tech’s 2.5” external enclosure. ...

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SilverPower SP-S850 Power Supply

MaxPoint in Germany, the parent company of SilverPower, describes the SilverPower brand as being a full range and nice priced series. Hmmm. Can you say budget brand auf Deutsch?

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MSI HD 4670

  Today we have the MSI 4670. A card that will give you great performance without breaking the bank. With 512MB of GDDR3 and 320 stream processors ATI doesn’t skimp out on this card.

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Thermalright TRUE Black 120

  The TRUE Black 120 certainly doesn’t disappoint in the looks department; with its shiny black finish and admirable towering posture, it doesn’t cease to amaze. But no matter how good it looks, we certainly can’t forget the most important aspect of an HSF: cooling performance. So does the performance ...

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Crucial Ballistix Tracers DDR3 1333 4 Gig Kit (2x2Gig)

When the Intel Integrated Memory Controllers in the new Nehalem chip make their entry into the market, DDR3 will come of age and be all the rage. Crucial Ballistix Tracers anyone?

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AMD X4 9950 BE (125W)

AMD has recently released Phenom X4 9950 Black Edition. This processor is AMD’s highest clocked processor running at 2.6GHz and features either 125W or 140W thermal envelope. As its name implies, this processor also has an unlocked multiplier. With retail price of sub $200, how does it fares against similar ...

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OCZ PC3-16000 NVIDIA SLI-Ready Edition

Today we are loooking at the OCZ PC3-16000 NVIDIA SLI-Ready Edition DDR3. How would it performs? Read our review and find it out if this memory can satisfy you to your performance need.

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HIS HD 4830 Fan (Full HD 1080p) HDMI

With the HD 4830 AMD has finalized their line-up and can offer cards at all price-points. We’ve tested the HIS HD 4830 Fan (Full HD 1080p) HDMI to see if the card and GPU offers enough over the HD 4670 as well as can compete with the GeForce 9800GT.

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CoolerMaster V8 CPU Cooler

Coolermaster once again has shown not only there dedication to great looking products , but there prowess to make their products perform quite well . Read on to see how well the V8 did .

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Swiftech MCP655 (adjustable) Pump

Swiftech has been a leader in Watercooling for a very long time, we’re lucky enough to bring you the Swiftech MCP655 12v DC adjustable Pump.

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Cooler Master UCP 1100W 88%+ Efficient Power Supply

There sure isn’t any dearth of 1kW+ power supplies available on the market, and even Cooler Master already offers the RealPower series up to 1250W. So what makes the UCP 1100W so unique and special that we would recommend it if you are in already the market for one of ...

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Gskill PI series 6400 DDR2

With DDR3 memory becoming more of a standard for computers, its good to see some manufacturer’s still trying to improve on DDR2 memory. Today we are going to look at a set of memory moduals from G.Skill, The PI Black series. Lets go take a look at how G.Skill managed ...

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EVGA 790i Ultra

EVGA 790i Ultra Triple SLI an Overclockers dream that’s Multi GPU ready. With the introduction of the Nvidia 790i Chip Set Nvidia has thrown down the gauntlet.

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OCZ Gladiator Max

OCZ Technologies has been making one of the fastest memories in the world. For these last few years OCZ been tring their hand on power supplies, and CPU cooler’s. Today we going to look at their newest addition to their CPU cooler’s line up. The Gladiator Max.

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Thermaltake Toughpower 850 Watt ESA Power Supply

The Thermaltake Toughpower 850 ESA (Enthusiast System Architecture) PSU marks a marriage between hardware and software providing the end user with unheard of system information.

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Tagan A+ Seenium Case

At retail price of $69.99, Tagan Seenium is targeted for the mainstream/budget buyer. However, it is not cheaply designed. It is durable and packed with features: supporting 8 fans, 6 3.5” drives, and 5 5.25” drives. Can this budget case be the choice for those shopping for a case on ...

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Danger Den Custom Water Loop

Have you ever wanted to get into watercooling but don’t want to involve yourself in a pre-built, one-size fits all kit? If you’ve done your homework, you already know the drawbacks to that. So we go to Danger Den once again to find out just what we need.

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Sapphire HD 4670

Today, we are putting the $80 Sapphire HD 4670 against the similar priced GeForce 9500 GT. The Radeon 4670 is AMD’s budget graphic card that is packed with features similar to the HD 4870. Can this card satisfy your performances need and keep the money in your pocket? Read more ...

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Sapphire HD 4850 Dual Slot Fansink

  This is a Sapphire ATI 4850 with a dual slot cooler. It has 512 MB of lightning fast GDDR3, along with 800 stream processors to deliver graphics that are unparalleled in its class.

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ICY DOCK MB672SKGF-B Internal SATA HDD Enclosure with LCD Display

ICY DOCK introduces a quick and easy way to manage external hard drives with the MB672SKGF-B Internal SATA HDD Enclosure. With an LCD screen, built-in temperature monitoring and a locking door, ICY DOCK brings an affordable and secure hot-swap solution to the table. Join us as we take a closer ...

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Lachesis Razer Mouse

Looking for a mouse that not only has smooth moving capabilities , but has lightening fast response times . That can be adjusted on the fly from making precise movements on and off the battle field , too extremely quick movements with out ever having to go into a mouse ...

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Zalman CNPS-9300 AT CPU Cooler

Zalman’s new CNPS 9300 AT CPU cooler may have more fins than an aquarium, but will its slick design come together swimmingly to drown your heat problems?

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Thermaltake Spedo Case

The Thermaltake Spedo Chassis is an exercise in functional elegance. It features Thermal Zones, an Adjustable fan mount, and removable HD bays. It comes in 3 flavors.

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BFG GTX-260 OCX MaxCore Core 216

The BFG GTX-260 OCX MaxCore is a GTX-260 that has 24 more processor cores and 8 texture processors than the regular GTX 260. This positions it between the GTX-260 and GTX-280.

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SAS Performance at SATA Pricing: Cost-Effective SAS RAID Controller

SAS that was reserved more for the enterprise or server market. It is no longer the case with the release of cheaper SAS controller expansion card. Today, we will be comparing 15,000 RPM SAS drives in RAID 0 with 7,200 RPM SATA drives in RAID 0 to see the performance ...

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