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ASUS N4L-VM DH mATX Motherboard

The ASUS N4L-VM DH Motherboard is one of the few desktop motherboards that support Intel Core Duo, which are primarily designed and produced for the mobile market(ie: laptops). It comes in a mini-ATX package and several key features make it a board many would consider when building a Home Theatre

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Sapphire PC-I7RD400

Sapphire's plunge into the motherboard market makes them yet another choice to choose from for hardware enthusiasts. Today, we scrutinise a motherboard from Sapphire that fuses one of the most hyped-up technology of 2005 with some old school DDR RAMs using Intel's LGA processors to crunch the bits-and-bytes. (more…)

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ABIT KN8 SLi

It has been a while since we have last taken a look at an ABIT motherboard. Today, we will be taking a look at the ABIT KN8 SLi, the latest addition to the SLI boards available to consumers at a really attractive price. (more…)

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Graphics CardsReviews

Up Close with Quad SLI!

During NVIDIA's 6th Annual Editors' Day, the media was given the chance to try out the Quad SLI systems that will soon be offered first by the System Builders such as Dell and Alienware. We took the chance to examine Quad SLI closely and ran some benchmarks on the Extreme

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Exclusive: Razer Krait 1600dpi gaming mouse

Being announced during WCG 2005, Razer Krait is yet another mouse from Razer's impressive line up of gaming mouse. But the difference for this mouse would probably be the fact that it's designed specifically for less demanding Real Time Strategy gamers instead of the usual FPS crowd. Spotting a refreshing

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Graphics CardsReviews

Inno3D 7800 GS AGP

The 7800 GS AGP is like a farewell ode to the AGP platform. It tries to bring today's GPU horsepower and technology to the PC users still on the AGP platforms of "yesterday". We take a look at Inno3D's 7800 GS AGP, how it performs in the latest games, and

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MemoryReviews

TEAM Xtreem Winbond 512MB x 2 DDR Kit

This is our second review of the memory modules offered by Team Group Inc. From our previous experience with their 2 x 1GB Kit which uses Samsung UCC chipsets, we had high hopes of their pack of 2 x 512MB low latency memory modules. Today, we are going to take

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MotherboardsReviews

DFI RS482 Infinity

Looking for a simple and affordable all in one solution to a home entertainment PC system? Well the growing trend for appetite such as this is towards the IGP mainboards. On this platform, consumers save on the cost of getting a graphics card that can perform TV-out with HDTV capabilities.

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CPU Coolers and FansReviews

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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Syba Sky Pro Skype Phone

This week we take a look at yet another VoIP phone by a company called Syba. With the current trend of internet service providers increasing their bandwidth and the lower price of broadband, quality of VoIP has increased tremendously and there isn’t any lag like in the old days. Does

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Panasonic VS7

Panasonic brings us their latest phone, the VS7, which sports a large 320x240 QVGA screen and a 2-megapixel camera. Does the camera make the cut, and how do the rest of its features fare? (more…)

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GIGABYTE GA-G1975X + Presler Overclocking Test

According to GIGABYTE, the GIGABYTE G1-Turbo series motherboards are designed for extreme overclockers and hardcore gamers. We have recently gotten hold of a GIGABYTE GA-G1975X based on the Intel 975X Express chipset. We put it through some extreme overclocking tests to see if it lives up to it's reputation... (more…)

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