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MotherboardsReviews

ASUS Commando P965

ASUS launches the next motherboard in their top-end "Republic Of Gamers" series, the Commando. Does this flagship board really achieve better overclocks? What then of the other bells and whistles ASUS has thrown in? Read on to find out... (more…)

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MemoryReviews

Kingston Hyper-X PC9200 DDR2 1200MHz

Today, I am going to introduce to you the latest top-end DDR2 Memory from Kingston's premium Hyper-X range. The Memory kit in question is rated to run at DDR2 1200MHz (PC9200) at CAS Latency of CL5-5-5-16. This is performed under the specified voltage of 2.3-2.35v. This kit we have on

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CPU Coolers and FansReviews

Silverstone TJ09 Review

PC Casings have evolved over time - Tall , slim, short, wide, spacious, compact, inverted, etc. Today, we're here to review a pedigree, the Silverstone TJ09. This time, we make things a little more interesting, by pitting it against another pedigree of it's time, the Silverstone TJ06. How will this

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MemoryReviews

GSkill F2-6400CL4D-2GBHK Review

DDR2 Memory Market has grown so competitive in the past few months, we see makers ceaselessly expanding their range of offerings, dividing and segmenting products down to nitty price range. On top of trying to offer the fastest official specs, makers are building a diversity such that consumers get quite

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MotherboardsReviews

ASUS P5N-E SLI nForce 650i SLI

It's been over 2 months since the NVIDIA NForce 680i SLI chipset has entered the market, and most of us have read reviews all over the internet regarding it's performance and overclockability. With boards based on the 680i SLI chipset debuting at over USD$ 200, partly due to the high

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Graphics CardsReviews

Eagle 7950GT w Zalman Cooler Review

We've all seen a tonne of NVIDIA 7950GT Graphics Cards reviewed the past few months. Almost all of those follow NVIDIA's reference design. How about getting a little more adventurous with us? We explore a non-reference 7950GT graphics card, the Eagle 7950GT - with a special zalman cooler attached. (more…)

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MemoryReviews

EDevices DDR2 1066MHz Memory

EDevices is a Singapore based company which produces Memory products, consumer graphics cards, Storage Media and Audio devices. We take a look at their latest Memory products after our last look at their DDR Memory- DDR2 1066 1GB Modules. Manufactured in EDevices' factory in Suzhou China, which also manufactures SDRAM,

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MotherboardsReviews

EVGA NForce 680i SLI Motherboard Review

Almost every gaming enthusiast has been waiting for a decent Motherboard chipset offering from NVIDIA supporting the latest performance king, the Intel Core 2 Duo, dual x16 PCI-E lanes for Quad SLI support (Quintessential for the High Def Gamers) and official SLI support. When news of the NF590 SLI Intel

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Graphics CardsReviews

NVIDIA GeForce 8800GTX Review

It is here! The first DirectX 10 Graphics Card, the NVIDIA GeForce 8800GTX! The GeForce 8800 GTX GPU implements a massively parallel, unified shader design, consisting of 128 individual stream processors running at 1.35 GHz. Being Unified in Shaders, each processor is capable of being dynamically allocated to vertex, pixel,

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Reviews

Fujitsu LifeBook C1410 Notebook Review

Our last took at a Fujitsu Notebook is the Fujitsu S7110 LifeBook from the " Sophisticated "series aimed at lightweight and portability. This time round, we take a look at one model from the C series, Fujitsu LifeBook C1410, an entry level Notebook aimed at the budget-conscious. (more…)

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CPU Coolers and FansReviews

ZEROTherm BTF80 & BTF90 CPU Coolers Review

ZEROTherm may not be enjoying the same world-wide exposure fellow Korean Cooler Company Zalman is enjoying, but it has a strong backing from parent Company APACK. APACK is a heatpipe technology based thermal solution provider which provides customized designing and engineering solutions and, ultimately, provides best-of breed thermal solutions. We

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