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Cases & Cooling | 5th July 2006
Looking for the best HTPC case that money can buy and aren't put off by a £500 price tag? OrigenAE may well have just what you've been searching for.
GPU & Displays | 1st July 2006
The 7900 GTX has been out for a while. We take a look at a couple of Gainwards top-end Bliss 7900GTX in SLI mode and see if they are worth your money.
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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
Cases & Cooling | 19th June 2006
Today i'll be looking at the following top-end water cooling kits: XSPC X20 Dual Xtreme, Alphacool Xtreme Pro 240, Swiftech H20-220 Apex Ultra and Thermaltake Big Water 745 to find out which one is worth spending your hard earned cash on.
Input Devices | 16th June 2006
An in-depth look at one of the best made mouse mats available for gamers today. Will glass be good enough for gamers who need speed and precision?
Memory | 15th June 2006
Low latency, high performance DDR2 memory on a budget - is there such a thing? We take a look at Mushkin's HP2-5300 modules to try and find out.
GPU & Displays | 14th June 2006
Powercolor are a firm well known for making no-nonsense ATI graphics cards. We take a look at their top-end X1900XT and see how it does when compared to the competition.
Cases & Cooling | 13th June 2006
Today we will be looking at one of Antecs performance cases with an interesting internal layout. How does it fare? Look inside...
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