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Archive for September 22nd, 2018

Matrox TripleHead2Go @ Trusted Reviews

Snip: Since then, Matrox, has quite wisely stayed out of the expensive 3D graphics performance race, leaving ATI and nVidia to battle it out. Instead its had great success in niche areas such as providing solutions for corporates, medical facilities and the military. The release of its TripleHead2Go, marks something of a return for Matrox to the high-end gaming market, at least indirectly. Matrox refers to the DualHead and the TripleHead as Graphics Expansion Modules ? the box provides the connectivity and all the horsepower comes from the graphics card. In a sense, the TripleHead2Go is the biggest advert for SLI that nVidia could ever have hoped to have come up with. Full review @ Trusted Reviews



Super Talent T800UX2GC4 2GB PC2-6400 Memory @ Motherboards.org

Snip: Though aesthetics may not have been the forte and flavor of the day, the ability to hit PC2-6400 speeds right out of the box, not to mention the further increase to near the border of DD2-1000 was indeed quite nice. Along with that, while Super Talent’s common and minimalistic heat spreaders might not let air flow down between the chips, or rise from between high spires, they do have one benefit though, these modules will easily tuck under the cowl of any behemoths which tower over them. Full review @ Motherboards.org



Scythe Katana-Cu CPU Cooler @ ThinkComputers

Snip: I’ve also thought the name Scythe was a cool name for a company, and I’ve always wanted the chance to review their products. Now I have that chance, I received three items from Scythe for review. First up today is the Scythe Katana Cu CPU cooler. It is based on the now common heatpipe cooling system, heatpipes have come a long way since they were first introduced quite a few years ago. The Scythe Katana is rather small, and I was very curious if it would cool my AMD X2 CPU, running two cores, it can get pretty hot under load. Let’s find out how well the Katana works. Full review @ ThinkComputers



Corsair XMS3500LL Pro Series Twinx Memory Kit @ Modthebox

Snip: Corsair is a name synonymous with high-speed, high quality, rock solid, king of the hill RAM. The company has been pumping out high speed modules from their assembly plant in Fremont, California since 1994. The XMS (Xtreme Memory Speed) line has been engineered and tested for superior performance catering to gaming enthusiasts everywhere. Full review @ Modthebox





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