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Plextor PX-712A DVD Burner

If you’re looking for a DVD burner that does it all and does it all well, look no further than the Plextor PX-712A. It easily meets expectations in all categories, but it does cost a bit more than the average DVD/CD burner. Read this review to find out if the ...

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BFG Tech GeForce 6800 GT OC

BFG comes out ready to earn your video card upgrade dollars by offering pre-overclocked GeForce 6 series cards. This review covers the 6800 GT OC, a card that is sure to be an entusiast favorite.

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Corsair TWINX1024-3200XL PRO Series Dual Channel Memory Kit

If you thought that 2-2-2-5 memory modules were gone for good, you better think again. Corsair worked with Samsung to bring them back, and they are coming back strong. Check out this look at Corsair’s new low latency XL modules.

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AOpen XCCube EZ18 nForce2 SFF System

AOpen’s XCCube EZ18 is without a doubt one of the most stylish SFF systems to hit the market. Plus, since it’s an nForce2-based system, it offers great integrated features.

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NEC 1980SX 19in LCD

With its thin black frame, sharp image, 25 ms response time and 3 video inputs the NEC 1980SX is the perfect monitor for both the business user and the normal home user.

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HIS Excalibur AIW 9600XT TURBO, Platinum Pack

The HIS Excalibur AIW 9600XT promises to “Take the extreme to mainstream”. We’ve tried it out to see if it can deliver what it promises.

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GeIL Ultra Platinum PC4400 DDR550 Dual Channel Memory Kit

Once you take a look at the performance and price of this kit, you’ll wonder why you haven’t been considering GeIL Ultra series RAM more often. Cool looks, awesome performance and around $100 less than the competition — what’s not to love!?

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Samsung ML-1740 Laser Printer

For a long time laser printers were out of the reach of normal users. The prices have however come down a lot. We have taken a look at Samsung’s cheap ML-1740 Laser Printer.

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Far Cry

Far Cry is an interesting dichotomy. Aged game play combined with a few game flaws can make for more tedium than enjoyment, but it is a damn good game to look at and listen to. While easily the most graphically gorgeous shooter game to date, this game is a “Far ...

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AOpen A600 Aluminum Case

AOpen’s A600 aluminum case is sure to please anyone from the budding PC enthusiast to the hardcore case modder. Take a step inside to see what the A600 has to offer.

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Samsung SyncMaster 172x Review

Samsung has once again managed to impress us here at Bjorn3d with their stunning SyncMaster 172x 17 inch LCD. We take it through the paces and have a few thoughts to spill, so read on to discover if this is the perfect LCD for you!

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Leadtek TV2000 XP – Expert Edition

The Leadtek TV2000 XP Expert Edition offers a lot of bang for the buck. With great features like PIP, Timeshifting , EPG and DirectBurn DVD, it’s definitely worth taking a look at.

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AOpen 8x Dual DVD+/-RW

Need a quick 4.7GB of data backed up in about 10 minutes? Either pull out your hard drive and put it in a bag or go out and get a DVD recorder such as the AOpen 8x Dual DVD drive. Hard drives….eat your heart out.

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Corsair TWINX1024-4400 and Kingston HyperX PC4300 Dual Channel Kits

As overclockers continue to reach new performance heights, memory manufacturers are right behind them with higher performing RAM. Corsair and Kingston are two of the most popular enthusiast DDR providers. Check out this combo review of the Corsair TWINX1024-4400 and Kingston HyperX PC4300 dual channel DDR kits.

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Sapphire Radeon X800 Pro

The most powerful video card available in stores today is the Radeon X800 Pro, and I had the pleasure of playing around with and testing Sapphire’s offering. Check out my comparison to a 9800 XT.

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Silverstone Temjin SST-TJ02 Case Review

Are you looking for an elegant, tool-less chassis with enough good looks that it warrants more than just a second look? Silverstone may have the solution!

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Antec Aria MATX Cube Case Review

Antec’s answer to the SFF community is a quiet, desktop cube case. Utilizing MicroATX form factor motherboards lets us choose our own upgrade path.

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VisionTek Xtasy RADEON X800 Pro

We finally got our hands on a retail Radeon x800 product. Read about what we thought of the VisionTek Xtasy RADEON X800 Pro.

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Transcend TV-Box USB2.0

If you’re thinking about adding TV viewing capabilities to your PC, you have probably noticed there are a lot of options out there. The easiest devices to set up are external TV tuners that use the USB interface to transfer data to and from the PC. Transcend’s TV-Box USB2.0 is ...

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Industry Spotlight: Q&A with BFG’s Scott Herkelman, EVP of Marketing

Learn about BFG Tech from the Executive Vice President of Marketing Scott Herkelman in this Q&A article.

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ATI’s Trilinear Filtering Chatlog

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PixelView GeForce 5900XT Golden Limited

Not everyone can afford a 400-500$ videocard and have to settle for the midrange cards from NVIDIA and ATI. I’ve tested Prolink’s PixelView GeForce 5900XT Golden Limited and found it an excellent midrange card with some cool extras.

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nVIDIA nForce2 Ultra 400Gb

NVIDIA Firewall is a packet-based hardware implementation of network firewall integrated into nForce2 Ultra 400GB and nForce3 250Gb MCPs. This is truly a revolutionary shift by NVIDIA in terms of motherboard features – technology that was there, but was never actually implemented into motherboard chipset. NVFirewall is fully compatible with ...

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Imation 256MB USB 2.0 Swivel Flash Drive

If you have a habit of losing things, including USB flash drive caps, then you will definitely want to take a look at this review of Imation’s answer to that problem. The Swivel Flash Drive does not have a removable cap! Check out the review to learn about this cool ...

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Gyration Ultra GT Compact Keyboard Suite

If you’re looking for a good, long-range cordless mouse and keyboard, then you should definitely check out the Gyration Ultra GT Compact Keyboard Suite. In addition to being a good mouse and keyboard for regular use, the mouse includes the capability of being use in the air!

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Saitek P880 Dual Analog Pad

In the market for an affordable, comfortable, and functional gamepad? Saitek may have the answer for you!

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ATI Radeon x800 Preview

Pixel and Texel fillrate of up to 8.4 Gigapixels/sec, up to 37 GB/sec of raw bandwidth and 12 or 16 pipeline architecture are the key features when it comes to X800 performance. Due to its sophisticated 0.13-micron Low-K dielectric process, very efficient GDDR3 memory interface and superior pixel shader architecture ...

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Gigabyte Radeon 9800XT (GV-R98X256D)

Check out this review of Gigabyte’s current flagship ATI graphics card. The GV-R98X256D features good performance and a solid bundle. Check it out…

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AOpen AK89 Max nForce3 Motherboard

64 bit has come into its own and the motherboards have begun to saturate the market. What does it take to stand out from the rest? Take a look at AOpen’s AK89 Max and see if it has what it takes to jump ahead of the competition.

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Diskeeper 8

Fragmentation – regardless if you use a small 20 GB IDE hard drive formatted with FAT or a huge 120 GB SATA drive formatted with NTFS, you will never really get away from the fact that your files will get fragmented over time to a greater or lesser extent. While ...

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PixelView PlayTV@7000

With the PixelView PlayTV@7000 Prolink has created a great TV-Tuner card that would fit great into your own homebuilt PVR-solution. Add to that the excellent eDrive feature and a great Remote and you got a winner.

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ADS Tech DVD Xpress

Take those old and dusty VHS tapes and convert them to digital video or even DVD with ADS Tech’s DVD Xpress. It makes video capturing a snap.

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I-Star TC-400R8 400 Watt Redundant Power Supply

Power supplies are an often overlooked yet extremely critical component of every PC. A solid and reliable PSU is an absolute must for a stable system. For a system that requires no down-time, then a redundant PSU is the answer. Check out this review of one of I-Star’s ‘mini redundant ...

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OCZ Enhanced Bandwidth 1GB PC3200 Dual Channel Kit

With its Enhanced Bandwidth technology, OCZ Technology is looking to take memory module performance to its limits without needing the lowest possible CAS latency. In this review, we take a look at OCZ’s Enhanced Bandwidth 1 GB PC3200 Dual Channel Kit, and it does not disappoint!

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Samsung SyncMaster 213T (21.3in LCD)

In the market for a huge LCD screen that looks great and performs well? Then you might want to consider Samsung’s enormous SyncMaster 213T, 21.3 inches of LCD beauty that performs quite admirably even while gaming.

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Thermalright ALX-800 Heatsink Review

The Themralright ALX-800 is a copper/aluminum hybrid heatsink that offers great performance. In this review, the ALX-800 is tested on two different AMD mobos and compared to the popular Thermaltake Volcano 9 and a retail AMD Athlon XP 2500+ HSF.

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Biostar iDEQ 200A SFF Review

SFF computers are not a new thing at Bjorn3D. However, Biostar’s iDEQ model 200A may very well be the best executed, P4-based SFF system out there.

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Counter Strike: Condition Zero

Counter Strike was first introduced to the gaming community in 1999 as a mod to Half-Life. It took off like lightning. It is the number one modification for any game, and arguably the most played FPS on the net to this date. What Counter Strike: Condition Zero does is offer ...

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BFG GeForce FX 5900XT OC Review

BFG Technologies introduces the GeForce FX 5900XT Overclocked. Is this the new king of the mainstrream-performance segment? Read our review to discover if this the card for you!

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City of Heroes – Preview

This is a place where we can all be heroes. Set in a metropolis overrun by villains, City of Heroes brings the world of comic books and movies alive in the first PC MMORPG of its kind.

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