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25 Asus P5B-E Plus socket 775 Motherboard p965

Asus P5B-E Plus socket 775 Motherboard p965

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.

2 OCZ Rally2 2GB USB2 Flash Drive

OCZ Rally2 2GB USB2 Flash Drive

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.

29 XFX 8800GTS

XFX 8800GTS

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?

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7 Bungie Release The Latest Halo 3 Screenies

Bungie Release The Latest Halo 3 Screenies

Matthew Fogg | 28th November 2006

Last week Halo developer Bungie released the first high-res screenshots of Halo 3's gorgeous multiplayer mode, and now it's decided to dissect the shots piece by piece - just like a proper magazine. Read on to find out more...

2 Abit Ready For Vista

Abit Ready For Vista

Matthew Fogg | 27th November 2006

Abit, it turns out, already has a list of Vista supported boards that includes discrete and integrated graphics boards from both Intel and AMD.

4 First ATI R600 Graphics Processor’s Photos Published

First ATI R600 Graphics Processor’s Photos Published

Matthew Fogg | 27th November 2006

Southeast Asia-based media has published photos of what is claimed to be ATI’s next-generation R600 graphics processing unit (GPU).

1 ECS Launches PN2 SLI2+ Extreme Motherboard

ECS Launches PN2 SLI2+ Extreme Motherboard

Matthew Fogg | 27th November 2006

Trying to improve its position in the high-end motherboard segment, Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS)launched its new motherboard, the ECS PN2 SLI2+ Extreme.

12 Enermax Galaxy 1000w Quad-SLI ATX PSU

Enermax Galaxy 1000w Quad-SLI ATX PSU

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.

2 Icy Box NAS IB-NAS2000

Icy Box NAS IB-NAS2000

Storage | 7th December 2006

In the market for a NAS solution for your small Network? We take a look at the Icy Box IB-NAS2000 to see if it fits the bill.

30 Corsair HX620 620w Modular PSU

Corsair HX620 620w Modular PSU

PSUs | 27th November 2006

Corsair have made a brave branch out from the memory market into their own line of PSU's. Today I'll be putting their HX620 through its paces to see if it lives up to Corsairs reputation for high performance components.

12 Etasis ET750 750w Quad-SLI PSU

Etasis ET750 750w Quad-SLI PSU

PSUs | 24th November 2006

Today I'll be taking a look at a Quad-SLI certified unit from a little known company called Etasis. Will this unit be able to withstand the OC3D PSU testing equipment? We find out..

0 Alphacool USB-Display

Alphacool USB-Display

Cases & Cooling | 21st November 2006

Alphacool have long been supplying the computer enthusiast with high quality cooling products. Today we will take a look at one of their answers to case modification, in the form of a double drive bay LCD display.

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14 New 1KW PSU From Silverstone

New 1KW PSU From Silverstone

Matthew Fogg | 24th November 2006

For SilverStone, reaching the 1000 watt milestone is another great opportunity to introduce a new direction for performance enthusiast power supplies. The Olympia OP1000 was built to withstand enormous loading requirements of high-end industrial server PCs at above average temperature of 50°C so its ability is unmatched by ordinary power supplies.

3 Turbolinux Release The Wizpy

Turbolinux Release The Wizpy

Matthew Fogg | 24th November 2006

It’s an MP3 player. It’s an FM radio. It’s video and photo display device. It’s an e-book reader. It’s a sound recorder. It’s a Linux-based personal computer ready for web, email and office usage. Read on to find out more...

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...

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