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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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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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CPU Coolers and FansReviews

SilverStone TJ07 Full Tower Case

SilverStone's next generation flagship tower case the TJ07, has upset the competition for amost a year now by introducing this world class case design back in spring 2005. Since then, the TJ07 has won many awards as one of the best case designs introduced to the modern world. With state-of-the-art

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MotherboardsReviews

ABIT AW9D-MAX

The AW9D-MAX is proving itself the world over with innovative features and functionality. Taking advantage of the latest and greatest processors from the Intel camp, providing the end user a high end, high performance experience with dual PCI-e X16 graphics capabilities, dual GbE LAN, 1066MHz FSB, and a host of

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Graphics CardsReviews

Inno3D 7100GS Review: Include Pencil Mods!

With ever advancing Integrated Graphics Acceleration and greater workload exercised by HD Video and 3D graphics, the market for low-end standalone graphics accelerators are shrinking. Can anyone realistically expect decent 3D performance with a budget of SGD$ 139/USD$ 89 in today's USD$ 500+ Video Card Market? Will the Inno3D 7100GS

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MemoryReviews

GSkill F2-8000PHU2 1GBHZ DDR2 Review

With upcoming applications and even Operating Systems requiring more Memory, 2 x 512MB is just barely sufficient and most users are much more pre-occupied with the 1GB x 2 kits. For Overclocking Enthusiasts such as myself, Overclocking Capabilities takes precedence over Size however. I have been spending some time with

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X1 vs X2: Who’s Badder?

Before the Motherboard makers had their Core 2 Duo Motherboars ready, the Intel D975XBX Bad Axe was a popular choice among enthusiasts who were lucky enough to obtain samples of Core 2 Duo. With the impending launch of Core 2 Quad in November, Intel unveils the D975XBX2, Bad Axe 2.

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ProcessorsReviews

Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6700 Preview

Come November, Intel will officially launch their Quad-Core processors based on the Kentsfield core. They are essentially based on the Core Architecture that is gaining popularity and recognition these few months through the Intel Core 2 Duo Processors. Simply put, the Kentsfield CPU is putting 2 of the Core 2

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LG KG320 Mobile Phone Review

After a well publicized and loud launch of LG’s famous KG800 mobile phone, which is commonly known as Chocolate, LG flashes yet another sleek phone, the KG320. What captured my attention was the thickness of this phone. On paper, it is a mere 9.9mm in thickness. VR-Zone takes an in-depth

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CPU Coolers and FansReviews

ASUS Chilly Vent Lux Cooler

Today, we take a look at ASUS' Chilly Vent Lux CPU cooler. Designed exclusively for AMD's Socket 939, the Chilly Vent Lux features dual heat pipes, and is claimed to offer high performance and silence at the same time. It even offers a colourful green and white fan to boot!

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