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Archive for July 23rd, 2018

Ultra X-Finity 500 watt PSU @ Viper Lair

Performance was also pretty good.? It produced slightly more stable voltages than the comparison Enermax power supply, especially in regards to the CPU voltage.? Though as a note the voltage data was taken using a software program so it isn’t the most accurate, though for a comparison between two power supplies in the same settings it works just fine.? As for noise, well there wasn’t really any to speak of, though the Ultra was somewhat quieter than the Enermax. Full review @ Viper Lair



I did it MySpace @ Bit-tech

Snip: This is what I find so confusing. We live in a day of privacy, anonymity, where identity fraud, grooming, cyberstalking and online bullying are not only rife, they’re serious concerns for everyone. Yet so many people seem to be happy to share their innermost feelings with everyone on the Internet. I don’t know these people, but some of them I feel like I could meet in a pub and tell them more about their lives than some of their friends. Full review @ Bit-tech



ASUS EAX1600XT Silent Video Card @ Motherboards

ASUS has put together an excellent package with the X1600XT Silent. You get totally silent operation, the features you expect from a video card today and the performance to play games like Oblivion and F.E.A.R. at medium resolutions and settings. The HTPC builder will love the card, as it’ll fit in many small form factor PCs and has excellent video features. Full review @ Motherboards



HIS X1800GTO Turbo 256MB Video Card @ 3DGM

Snip: Need to get in the game, but don’t want to break the bank? Well, this video card offers great performance and features at an affordable price. The core speed on this product is 520MHz, which is 20MHz over the default X1800 GTO core speed. 256MBs of GDDR3 memory at 1000MHz is also a plus. It also comes with 12 pixel shader processors that will have no problem powering through the latest games. And let’s not forget, its crossfire ready!" Watch the Video to find out more. Full review @ 3DGM



Rock’s Pegasus 330 Reviewed @ BIOS

Snip: Rock?s Pegasus 330 (from ?749) is an extremely portable laptop which weighs just 2.1kg (316x224x34mm) and has a respectable – if uninspiring – battery life of around 3.5 hours, making it attractive for frequent business travellers or those who always like to have their multimedia to hand. The diminutive size of the system is thanks largely to the inclusion of an X-Glass 13.3-inch WXGA screen (1280×768 pixels), a welcome screen size for spreadsheet users and DVD-Movie buffs compared to regular 12.1-inch displays. Full review @ BIOS





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