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41 Antec P182 Advanced Super Mid Tower

Antec P182 Advanced Super Mid Tower

Cases & Cooling | 28th May 2007

With the success of the original P180, Antec decided it was due for an update. Let's see how the P182 fairs up.

10 CellShock PC2-6400 (DDR2-800) 2GB Kit

CellShock PC2-6400 (DDR2-800) 2GB Kit

Memory | 22nd May 2007

PC2-6400 DDR2 memory capable of hitting almost DDR2-1200, and at a reasonable price? That'll be the Cellshock! Read on to find out more...

6 Arctic Cooling Accelero S2 - Passive Graphics Cooler

Arctic Cooling Accelero S2 - Passive Graphics Cooler

Cases & Cooling | 21st May 2007

Arctic Cooling have long been the giants the graphics card air cooling and their latest set of coolers are passive, adorned with heatpipes and rather large...we take a look...

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0 Eneco Details Revolutionary Power Chip

Eneco Details Revolutionary Power Chip

Matthew Fogg | 24th November 2006

Eneco is a development stage company that claims to have invented and patented a "solid state energy conversion/generation chip" that will convert heat directly into electricity or alternatively refrigerate down to -200 degrees celsius when electricity is applied. Interested? Read on to find out more...

2 Mushkin Announces New XP2-8500 Modules

Mushkin Announces New XP2-8500 Modules

Matthew Fogg | 24th November 2006

Mushkin Enhanced, a leading manufacturer in high performance computer components, is proud to announce the addition of the new XP2-8500 memory modules to its XP DDR2 lineup. Read on to find out more...

16 Microsoft, Dell Team On Special Vista PC

Microsoft, Dell Team On Special Vista PC

Matthew Fogg | 22nd November 2006

Microsoft recently partnered with Dell to create a special edition PC to commemorate the launch of Windows Vista. Only a few of the computers have been produced, and there are no plans to sell them, the company says. Read on to find out more...

2 Blizzard Sued By Botting Program Creator

Blizzard Sued By Botting Program Creator

Matthew Fogg | 22nd November 2006

It appears that WoW's creators Blizzard are in a spot of hot water. Read on to find out more...

18 nVidia 8600 GTS and 8600 GT - Foxconn and XFX

nVidia 8600 GTS and 8600 GT - Foxconn and XFX

GPU & Displays | 18th May 2007

With the release of the 8600 series nVidia gives consumers some mid-range DX10 hardware to play with. We take a look at some cards from XFX and Foxconn

9 Silver Power GuardianX 1000w SP-1000E ATX PSU

Silver Power GuardianX 1000w SP-1000E ATX PSU

PSUs | 16th May 2007

Just over a week ago we took a look at the impressive Silver Power 600w unit, and guess what - they're back again! But this time with a power supply packing far more punch...

6 Mushkin HP2-6400 (PC2-6400) 4GB DDR2 Kit

Mushkin HP2-6400 (PC2-6400) 4GB DDR2 Kit

Memory | 13th May 2007

With 2gb becoming more of the 'norm', many people are looking into 4GB kits to satisfy their memory hungry games and applications. Today we look at Mushkin's 4GB PC2-6400 kit to see how it performs.

33 Razer Deathadder 1800dpi Gaming Mouse

Razer Deathadder 1800dpi Gaming Mouse

Input Devices | 11th May 2007

Today we put Razer's latest mouse: the Deathadder in the hands of our very own professional gamer - Chris "Ins" Buer. How does it perform compared to some of Razer's previous mice? Read on to find out...

12 Pioneer DVR-112 DVD-RW Drive

Pioneer DVR-112 DVD-RW Drive

Storage | 10th May 2007

Today I'll be looking at a top of the line DVD-RW drive from Pioneer. The DVR-112. Take a look inside to see how it fairs.

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3 VIA Announces SPI Support Across All Processor Platforms

VIA Announces SPI Support Across All Processor Platforms

Matthew Fogg | 22nd November 2006

VIA Technologies, today announced support for the advanced SPI bus in all new VIA South Bridge chipsets.

1 Kingston Technology Launch the DataTraveler Secure Privacy Edition

Kingston Technology Launch the DataTraveler Secure Privacy Edition

Matthew Fogg | 22nd November 2006

Kingston Technology releases its new DataTraveler Secure Privacy Edition USB Drive. Read on to find out more...

9 Wii Launches Funky Accessories

Wii Launches Funky Accessories

Matthew Fogg | 21st November 2006

Whilst there has been no shortage of PS3 horror stories, Nintendo's Wii appears to be flying under the radar. Interestingly though, it has some new 3rd party accessories.

11 OCZ Technology Unveils The PC2-9200 FlexXLC With Hybrid Cooling Solution

OCZ Technology Unveils The PC2-9200 FlexXLC With Hybrid Cooling Solution

Matthew Fogg | 21st November 2006

OCZ Technology Unveils the PC2-9200 FlexXLC Modules - The World's fastest memory now integrated with a Premium Hybrid Cooling Solution

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...

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