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Storage | 15th January 2007
OCZ has recently started delving into a few new areas of the technology market as we've seen here on OC3D with their new lines of flash drives. Today I will be looking at another mobile storage solution from them, the OCZ SD Dual 80X 2GB.
Cases & Cooling | 15th January 2007
Fluid XP+ may have been around for some time but today we've been given an oportunity to test its thermal properties and conductivity. Is it worth its hefty price tag? We find out.
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Storage | 30th December 2006
OCZ is a name synonymous with innovative memory products. Today we take a look at one of their new flash memory sticks, the compact Roadster
CPU & Mainboard | 28th December 2006
Asus have a reputation of making some of the finest and most stable boards on the market. They've sent us their latest 965-based mid-range socket 775 board for their perusal and we take a good look at it in our labs.
Storage | 20th December 2006
The sales of flash memory products are on a steep increase with many people realising how handy having all their data on the go can be. Today I'll be looking at OCZ's "Rally2" flash drive to see if it can compete in an already flooded market.
GPU & Displays | 18th December 2006
The 8800 Series by nVidia stormed onto the market last month. We reviewed the 8800GTX, now it's the turn of the slightly more diminutive 8800GTS. XFX are known for excellent graphics cards...will this live up to their usual standard?
PSUs | 14th December 2006
Having already reviewed a couple of 1000w+ units on the market, it seemed necessary to get hold of one of Enermax's Quad-SLI beasts to put through its paces. Does the Galaxy deserve all the attention it's been getting recently, we find out.
Matt Kemp | 27th March 2006
IE7 not to be integrated into windows
Matt Kemp | 24th March 2006
ATI on Physics Processing on Graphics Cards
Matt Kemp | 23rd March 2006
Fujitsu-Siemens New Laptop to be ATI powered