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90 OCZ Neural Impulse Actuator (nia) - The Log

OCZ Neural Impulse Actuator (nia) - The Log

Input Devices | 24th June 2008

Now at day 24 of using OCZ's nia, Chris [Ins] Buer gives us a video update of his progress.

13 XFX 9800GX2 Quad SLI

XFX 9800GX2 Quad SLI

GPU & Displays | 19th June 2008

With matured drivers we take a look at where your money should go with regards to a Quad GPU setup. XFX 9800GX2's or ATI 3870X2's.

53 NVIDIA GTX 280 Performance Revealed - MSI N280GTX

NVIDIA GTX 280 Performance Revealed - MSI N280GTX

GPU & Displays | 16th June 2008

NVIDIA's new flagship GPU, the GTX 280 is finally here! We pitch it against the best of the rest to see just how well it performs.

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23 Nvidia Says No To AGP For GeForce 8 Series?

Nvidia Says No To AGP For GeForce 8 Series?

Matthew Fogg | 28th February 2007

According to our source, there will not be any AGP versions for GeForce 8 series.

1 NVIDIA's MCP68 Board: The Counter Punch To AMD's 690G Chipset

NVIDIA's MCP68 Board: The Counter Punch To AMD's 690G Chipset

Matthew Fogg | 28th February 2007

NVIDIA is going to launch their MCP68 board over at CeBIT to compete against AMD's 690G chipset.

10 Inno3D Introduces The WAVE Passive Cooling Solution

Inno3D Introduces The WAVE Passive Cooling Solution

Matthew Fogg | 28th February 2007

InnoVISION Multimedia Limited introduces the Wave for passive cooling solutions to their Inno3D mainstream 7 series.

0 Intel To Adjust CPU Pricing

Intel To Adjust CPU Pricing

Matthew Fogg | 28th February 2007

Intel apparently plans to cut prices for selective single-core Pentium 4 (P4) and entry-level dual-core CPUs in the range of 5-10% before April 22.

20 Asus Crosshair II AM2+ Motherboard

Asus Crosshair II AM2+ Motherboard

CPU & Mainboard | 15th June 2008

The latest release from Asus sees the Crosshair II blessed with Nvidia's 780a chipset. We strip the board past its copper clothes to see if it's a worthy upgrade.

21 Cooler Master Silent Pro 700w Modular PSU

Cooler Master Silent Pro 700w Modular PSU

PSUs | 13th June 2008

With a powerful single +12v rail and Silicone vibration dampening, can the Silent Pro be the best of both worlds?

9 Scythe Orochi CPU Cooler

Scythe Orochi CPU Cooler

Cases & Cooling | 12th June 2008

10 heatpipes with a maximised cooling surface area makes the Orochi one big bad daddy

6 Titan Amanda TEC Cooler

Titan Amanda TEC Cooler

Cases & Cooling | 9th June 2008

Today we take a look at Titan's CPU cooler with a chilling twist. Claiming to reduce noise and temperatures, we put it to the test.

6 Dual-GPU Comparison - 3850x2 vs 3870x2 vs 9800GX2

Dual-GPU Comparison - 3850x2 vs 3870x2 vs 9800GX2

GPU & Displays | 7th June 2008

We pit three dual-GPU cards against each other so see which offers the best performance per pound.

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19 Legal BitTorrent Download Portal Debuts

Legal BitTorrent Download Portal Debuts

Matthew Fogg | 27th February 2007

The creators of the BitTorrent file-sharing network have opened the doors on a legal download service.

6 Dell Offering  OS-Free Laptop?

Dell Offering OS-Free Laptop?

Matthew Fogg | 27th February 2007

Dell is apparently listening to clientelle, and has already announced plans to offer more machines without operating systems, along with a plan to reduce the amount of pre-installed software on its other systems.

2 Intel Preps Fourth 45 Nm Factory

Intel Preps Fourth 45 Nm Factory

Matthew Fogg | 27th February 2007

Intel is lining up the fourth factory that will be producing the companies new 45 nm processor generation, which is scheduled to go into mass production in the second half of this year.

8 Sony's Cut-Price Blu-Ray Player

Sony's Cut-Price Blu-Ray Player

Matthew Fogg | 27th February 2007

Sony is apparently announcing a new, cheaper Blu-ray player.

0 AMD Launches New 690G And 690V Chipsets

AMD Launches New 690G And 690V Chipsets

Matthew Fogg | 27th February 2007

AMD will finally launch its long-awaited 690-series chipset-family tomorrow. Read on to find out more...

6 NVIDIA Windows Vista Forceware Enables 16xAA Wrongly For 8800 In Some Games

NVIDIA Windows Vista Forceware Enables 16xAA Wrongly For 8800 In Some Games

Matthew Fogg | 27th February 2007

It has been found that some games running under Windows Vista enable 16x coverage sampling anti-aliasing (CSAA) when 4xAA is selected in the game menu.

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