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21 PCXmods Mouse Grips v2.0

PCXmods Mouse Grips v2.0

Input Devices | 24th August 2007

Looking for that extra control when gaming? We get to try out PCXmods' Mouse Grips v2.0 to see if they deliver.

11 Asus 2600XT and 2600Pro - ATI mid range performance

Asus 2600XT and 2600Pro - ATI mid range performance

GPU & Displays | 17th August 2007

ATI's mid-range was filled out after the release of the 2900XT. We take a look at the 2600 series with two cards from Asus. See how they do inside...

31 Asus Blitz Extreme P35 Socket 775 Motherboard

Asus Blitz Extreme P35 Socket 775 Motherboard

CPU & Mainboard | 16th August 2007

After the success of Asus' first P35 chipset motherboard, we've been given the opportunity to test the tweaked out "Republic of Gamers" version affectionately known as the Blitz. Will it come out all guns blazing or bomb it big time? Read on to find out.

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2 Educators Build A Cluster On The Cheap

Educators Build A Cluster On The Cheap

Matthew Fogg | 20th November 2006

Clusters have enjoyed a dramatic dip in prices over the past few years, although they remain out of many schools’ reach. A decent eight server cluster can easily stretch past $35,000 or so. Four US college professors with a geeky bent have worked to whittle the cost of a basic cluster down to $3,000 in the hopes of putting the systems in more students’ hands.

2 Nine Years Later, Children May Get Web Protection

Nine Years Later, Children May Get Web Protection

Matthew Fogg | 20th November 2006

In 1998, the U.S. Congress enacted a sweeping Web censorship law that nearly everyone promptly forgot about. Why? The explanation is simple: The American Civil Liberties Union immediately filed a lawsuit to block the U.S. Justice Department, and a federal judge granted an injunction barring prosecutors from enforcing the law. That injunction has been in place ever since. But now that could change. Read on to find out more...

12 Demand For Nvidia G80 Chips Weak

Demand For Nvidia G80 Chips Weak

Matthew Fogg | 20th November 2006

Nvidia's launch of its DirectX 10-compliant GeForce 8800 GPU (codenamed G80) earlier this month seems to have failed to significantly stir up demand for high-end graphics cards. Read on to find out more...

6 Big GPU's Are Set To Die

Big GPU's Are Set To Die

Matthew Fogg | 18th November 2006

The ATI R600 will represent the last of it’s breed, the monolithic GPU. It will be replaced by a cluster of smaller GPUs with the R700 generation. This is the biggest change in the paradigm since 3Dfx came out with SLI, oh so many years ago. Got your attention? Then you'd better read on....

7 XTracPads Ripper XL v2 Mouse Mat

XTracPads Ripper XL v2 Mouse Mat

Input Devices | 12th August 2007

Running out of mouse surface? Let's see if the XTracPads Ripper XL v2 can remedy your thirst for additional real-estate.

2 CellShock PC2-9200 (DDR2-1150) 2GB Kit

CellShock PC2-9200 (DDR2-1150) 2GB Kit

Memory | 8th August 2007

Just over 2 months ago we took a look at CellShock's PC2-6400 DDR2 kit. Today we're back again, but this time pushing their very sexy PC2-9200 kit to its limits.

13 XFX 8400 GS 256mb

XFX 8400 GS 256mb

GPU & Displays | 7th August 2007

Are you in need of a card packed with features, DirectX 10 support and cheap as chips? Perhaps the XFX 8400 GS is for you. Read on to find out more...

10 Tagan 2-Force II TG700-U33 700w PSU

Tagan 2-Force II TG700-U33 700w PSU

PSUs | 2nd August 2007

Today we'll be taking a look at one of the latest 700w PSU's to roll out of the factory doors at Tagan. The TG700-U33 boasts quad rails, silent operation and a good price point, but will it deliver the goods during our tests.

24 Abit IP35 Pro Intel socket 775 Motherboard

Abit IP35 Pro Intel socket 775 Motherboard

CPU & Mainboard | 30th July 2007

Abit have gone from strength to strength since their new start and they have now released a board based on the Intel P35 chipset. We take it through it's paces in our labs

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10 OCZ Technology Unveils the XTC  Memory Cooler

OCZ Technology Unveils the XTC Memory Cooler

Matthew Fogg | 18th November 2006

OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today unveiled the premier memory overclocking accessory, the OCZ XTC Cooler. Read on to find out more...

2 AMD-Based Apple Notebook Is In The Works

AMD-Based Apple Notebook Is In The Works

Matthew Fogg | 17th November 2006

Taiwan passive component makers are witnessing an aggressive increase in orders for high-capacitance multi-layer ceramic capacitors (MLCCs), with most of the MLCCs having a capacitance of 22µF, and being for use in an AMD-based Apple notebook, sources at the makers noted.

10 Sony Losing On Each PS3

Sony Losing On Each PS3

Matthew Fogg | 17th November 2006

Sony is taking a considerable loss of more than $240 per unit on each PlayStation 3 video gaming console, according to a "teardown" analysis conducted by market research firm iSuppli Corp. Read on to find out more...

0 OCZ Technology Launches System Elite Memory Series

OCZ Technology Launches System Elite Memory Series

Matthew Fogg | 17th November 2006

OCZ Technology Group today unveiled the new OCZ System Elite memory product family, a clear-cut means for system integrators to select the best possible memory solution for new builds or total system enhancement. Read on to find out more.

8 Scythe 5.25" Multi-Function Controller

Scythe 5.25" Multi-Function Controller

Matthew Fogg | 17th November 2006

Scythe Co., Ltd (Tokyo, Japan) announces the stylish 5.25" Bay multi-function controller, Kama Meter.

3 Valve's Source Engine Goes Multi-Core

Valve's Source Engine Goes Multi-Core

Matthew Fogg | 16th November 2006

Apparently you will not need to wait until Half Life Episode 2 for the source engine to get its multithreaded overhaul. Read on to find out more...

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