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21 A+ Case Monolize ATX Full Tower Case

A+ Case Monolize ATX Full Tower Case

Cases & Cooling | 11th September 2007

A+ are a name fairly new to the UK case manufacturing scene. The Monolize is one of their signature cases and it looks insane with two huge fans on the side.

3 Kingston HyperX PC3-11000 CL7 DDR3 2gb Kit

Kingston HyperX PC3-11000 CL7 DDR3 2gb Kit

Memory | 11th September 2007

After using these nippy blue modules in several of our DDR3 motherboard reviews, we thought it was about time we got up-close and personal with them by pushing them to their limits.

16 XSPC X2O Delta CPU waterblock

XSPC X2O Delta CPU waterblock

Cases & Cooling | 7th September 2007

Today we have the opportunity to give XSPC's X2O Delta CPU waterblock a thorough workout in the OC3D Review Labs. Will it be the next best thing for dual and quad-core processors?

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1 Intels supercomputing powers: follow up

Intels supercomputing powers: follow up

Matthew Fogg | 26th June 2007

Follow-up: Has Intel found the key to unlock supercomputing powers on the desktop?

2 NVIDIA Hybrid SLI

NVIDIA Hybrid SLI

Matthew Fogg | 26th June 2007

Hybrid SLI will be implemented on notebooks initially and then later into desktops.

12 Intel to launch new entry-level processors

Intel to launch new entry-level processors

Matthew Fogg | 25th June 2007

Intel to launch new entry-level processors in August and October

32 Kingston launch Ultra-Portable USB microSD Reader

Kingston launch Ultra-Portable USB microSD Reader

Matthew Fogg | 25th June 2007

Kingston launch new Ultra-Portable USB microSD Reader, plus card bundles

5 PC Power & Cooling Silencer 750w CrossFire Edition ATX PSU

PC Power & Cooling Silencer 750w CrossFire Edition ATX PSU

PSUs | 28th August 2007

PCP&C are one of the most highly recommended PSU manufacturers, and since their recent partnership with OCZ we've been waiting to see whats next. The wait is over...

0 Kingston 266X 4GB Compact Flash Card

Kingston 266X 4GB Compact Flash Card

Storage | 28th August 2007

Kingston are one of the major brands when we talk about memory and flash memory. We take one of their 4GB Compact Flash careds for a spin and pit it against one of the fastest cards on the market. See how it does...

9 OCZ DDR2 PC2-6400 CL 3 FlexXLC Edition 2GB Kit

OCZ DDR2 PC2-6400 CL 3 FlexXLC Edition 2GB Kit

Memory | 25th August 2007

The latest edition to the highly-awarded OCZ Flex XLC product family; will it live up to the performance of its higher rated siblings?

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...

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8 ARCTIC COOLING Release The Turbo Module

ARCTIC COOLING Release The Turbo Module

Matthew Fogg | 25th June 2007

ARCTIC COOLING has introduced the Turbo Module – An ultimate cooling add-on for Accelero S1 / S2

2 Scythe Fully Automatic PWM Controlled Case Fan

Scythe Fully Automatic PWM Controlled Case Fan

Matthew Fogg | 25th June 2007

Scythe Co., Ltd announces the PWM featured case fan in 92/120mm size

12 Single-core Athlons to be phased out

Single-core Athlons to be phased out

Jonathan Smith | 25th June 2007

AMD has begun to phase out its single-core Athlon processor lineup.

8 NVIDIA Tesla - GPGPU

NVIDIA Tesla - GPGPU

Jonathan Smith | 23rd June 2007

NVIDIA reveals that it is not behind when it comes to general purpose GPU, or GPGPU, computing.

19 The Smallest PCs in the World

The Smallest PCs in the World

James Prosser | 22nd June 2007

We look at what are surely the smallest PC's in the world

12 Intel demos anticheating tech

Intel demos anticheating tech

Matthew Fogg | 22nd June 2007

Intel is researching technology that will be able to detect cheating in online games and hopefully shut it down.

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