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Sansun Bat Case SN-C001

Gone are the days when computer casings are just standard rectangular boxes. Modding the case and fanciful cases have been a growing trend for quite some time now. With the growth of gaming and particularly LAN parties, many gamers put huge amounts of money into the aesthetics of their PCs.

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Swiftech MCW60 VGA Cooler

Swiftech™ today announced the release of the MCW60 VGA cooling solution, a combination state-of-the-art water-block and copper Ramsinks for high-end video graphics adapters. "This solution reduces the cost of ownership by up to 50% compared to monolithic VGA water-cooling systems, with superior performance where it really counts, silent operations, and

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Thermalright HR-01-775 Passive Cooler

Once again, Thermalright has stepped up to take that challenge and introduced the HR-01-775*. HR-01-775 is a passive tower cooler that utilizes the fan that is already installed in your computer. It works side by side with the fan duct system developed exclusively by Thermalright. Basically, the fan duct connects

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TITAN Vanessa Heatpipe CPU Coolers

With overclocking becoming a commonplace, we find thermal solutions to increase in variety and effectiveness. Whilst watercooling might become a practical thermal management solution in the future, forced-air cooling remains the dominant method of cooling microprocessors of today. We take a look at 2 CPU Coolers from Titan, the Vanessa

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Swiftech MCW30 Chipset Water-Block

Swiftech™ today announced the release of the MCW30 chipset cooler, a low flow restriction water-block for AMD® and Intel® compatible motherboards. “The MCW30 water-block was designed with maximum compatibility in mind” said Gabriel Rouchon, Swiftech's Chairman. Mr. Rouchon also added “We wanted this product not only to be compatible with

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Arctic Cooling New CPU & GPU Coolers

ARCTIC COOLING launches new series of Graphic card coolers named Accelero (X1 for NVDIA 6800/ 7800 Series and X2 for ATI X1800/ X1900 Series). Vibrations caused by the rotating fan are absorbed by a patented vibration muffler. Complex airflow simulations were conducted during development of the fan, the results were

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Silverstone Zeus ST56ZF

It's been a while since we have taken a look at a Silverstone power supply. Some time ago we checked out the first SLI certified power supply, the Zeus ST65ZF. Although there has not been any new addition to Silverstone top range power supply since then, there is a new

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Swiftech APOGEE Water-block

Swiftech™ today announced the release of the Patent Pending APOGEE water-block and revamping of its entire line of CPU Liquid Cooling kits. The Apogee water-block is a universal CPU cooling solution that reaches “exotic” performance levels without the flow restrictions usually associated with such high-end devices. As a result, it

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APC Trade UPS Programme

American Power Conversion (APC) has announced the APC Trade-UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) Programme, offering customers a new initiative in upgrading existing units to the latest APC UPS technologies. This programme was introduced to provide customers with the option of upgrading their existing units to APC UPS products. By trading in

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Socket M2 Reference Cooler Design

Here's how the next generation AMD Socket M2 processor cooler design looks like. Notice that the reference cooler design is based on heat-pipes technology and its physical size is larger than the current cooler design for Socket 939/754. There are four mounting holes on the retention frame and motherboard instead

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Scythe Ninja Heatsink review

Scythe Co Ltd is a rather new company in the Computer Enthusiast Cooling Arena. Established in the 2004, Scythe started dishing out affordable enthusiast grade heatsinks at a rapid pace, with one generation of innovation after another. Today, we will be taking a look at one of their latest multi-socket

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