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GPU & Displays | 21st November 2006
Asus sent us their 8800GTX for us to put through it's paces.
PSUs | 17th November 2006
OCZ already impressed us a couple of months ago with their 700w GameXStream PSU. Will the 850w version be just as good? Let's find out...
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Llwyd Johnson | 18th August 2006
Kingston Intros Memory With Next-Gen Opteron Support
Derrek Huey | 18th August 2006
Silverstone Makes an Addition to Their Environment-Friendly Line
PSUs | 14th November 2006
After being blown away by Zippy Emacs' 600w single railed bad boy, it was time to bite the bullet and put the 850w model on our test bed. How did it perform? Read on to find out...
GPU & Displays | 13th November 2006
ATI announced their X1950 Pro fairly recently. With great bang for buck and dongle-free crossfire they look to be a winner. Take a look inside as we explore single and dual-card performance.
PSUs | 8th November 2006
Seasonic are known for their range of silent and stable power supplies. The M12 is one of their latest models, and their first entry into the modular scene. How does it perform? We find out...
Cases & Cooling | 2nd November 2006
Looking for an effective aftermarket cooling solution for your AMD or Intel rig? If so, follow me and we'll see just how well they perform on both your PC and hip pocket.
Memory | 2nd November 2006
Crucial have been in the memory market for a long time, and today I've been given the opportunity to put some of their flagship Ballistix DDR2 modules through their paces.
Llwyd Johnson | 16th August 2006
Dell to recall 4 million batteries
Matt Kemp | 10th August 2006
This is a quick guide to installing your watercooling parts and getting them water-tight. Not meant as a complete guide, but worth a read if you are going into water-cooling.
Matthew Fogg | 4th August 2006
Are you looking for the ultimate in speed and flexibility? How about having the best of both worlds by getting Windows and Linux to co-exist harmoniously? If you want to see how it's done then join me by reading on.
Matt Kemp | 3rd August 2006
OC3D Teams up with Sidewinder Computers