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Memory | 30th April 2007
With heatpipe technology becoming a very popular way of passively cooling modern PC components it's no surprise that several memory manufacturers have started using this design on their modules. Today I'll be taking a look at OCZ's first memory kit utilizing this design - the Reaper HPC's.
Cases & Cooling | 19th April 2007
The NHP-2200 is Nexus Technology's silent, universal answer to today's ever hotter motherboard chipsets. Let's see if it can successfully live up to its claims of effective cooling and zero noise.
Memory | 18th April 2007
Crucial may not currently hold the record for having the fastest DDR2 modules on the market, but that doesn't mean we can't have a go at overclocking their recently released Ballistix PC2-8500 2GB kit! Read on to find out how it performed.
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Derrek Huey | 5th May 2006
The Future is Coming... AMD's Quad-Core Roadmap Revealed
Derrek Huey | 2nd May 2006
ATI Makes a Move on the Mobile Market
Cases & Cooling | 17th April 2007
Today in the OC3D Labs we have been given the opportunity to review Scythe's Minebea 'Silent IC' cooling fans. Let's head over to the Labs to begin the review.
Memory | 10th April 2007
Looking for some seriously fast DDR2 RAM to go with your heavily overclocked Core2Duo rig? Today we check out Kingston's overclocker-orientated HyperX PC2-9600 modules guaranteed to run at DDR2-1200.
Audio | 10th April 2007
A look at SteelSeries ultra portable and lightweight gaming headset from their SteelSound line, the SteelSeries 3H.
GPU & Displays | 3rd April 2007
With the release of ATI/AMD's R600 graphics card range being 'slightly' delayed, we take a look Sapphire's top-of-the-range X1950 Pro based GPU. Overclocked out of the box and complete with a sexy Zalman cooler, will this be enough to keep the ATI fans loyal?
Cases & Cooling | 1st April 2007
Scythe Europe were kind enough to give us a look at their Kama Thermo temp monitor. Let's see how it performs in the labs.
James Napier | 29th April 2006
In this guide i will be showing you how to volt mod the Tagan Easycon PSU. The end result will be higher voltages under load on the +12v rails of the PSU. This guide may also apply to other Tagan models.
Matt Kemp | 29th April 2006
Google Buy Sketcup...then give it away
El Guy | 28th April 2006
Vista 5365 "Final beta 1" Screen shots
Derrek Huey | 25th April 2006
ATI Announces the Release of FireGLT Workstation Graphics Accelerators