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Archive for December 10th, 2018

Arctic Cooling Silentium T2 Case @ Techgage

Snip: Hate loud computer noise? Arctic Cooling has an all-in-one solution that already has the proper fan layout and directional airflow you need. However, it also has it’s fair share of problems. Does the bad outweigh the good, in this ‘case’? Full review @ Techgage



Win a high end PowerColor video card every year for life

Get a PowerColor X1900 XTX now and a new top-of-the-line model every year onwards! In anticipation of World Cup 2006, the world?s largest sporting event, PowerColor is giving away a high-end graphics card every year to anyone who correctly predicts the winner. The winner will be selected from a pool of correct entries and will walk away with a PowerColor X1900 XTX after the World Cup champion is crown on July 9th at Berlin, Germany.? Each and every year onwards, the winner will continue receive a new top-of-the-line graphic card. What are you waiting for? hurry on over to PowerColor! For full contest details, visit http://www.powercolor.com/global/index.htm?



Microsoft Announces IE7+ for Vista

It appears that in an effort to?attract more people to Vista,?Miscrosft are going to bundle a special version of IE7 with additional features. IE7+ will include a Protected Mode, parental controls, and improved network diagnostics. It’s not currently clear what these will actually bring in terms of specific features, but I do think Protected Mode should be changed to Durex Mode 😛



Microprocessor History, Part 2 @ BTX Form Factor

Snip:? There have been many players in the microprocessor story, but the two companies that have had the most impact are also the two that dominate the market; Intel and AMD. Along the way, other big companies like IBM and Motorola made major contributions but have fallen by the wayside in the marketplace for personal computers. Full review @ BTX Form Factor?



Zalman CNPS9500-AM2 Socket AM2 Heatsink @ Frostytech

Snip: The Zalman CNPS9500 AM2 heatsink is compatible with all current AMD Athlon64 processors, and in particular the just introduced AMD 940-pin AM2 processor and socket AM2 heatsink retention frame. As this is the very first socket AM2 (aka socket M2) heatsink to enter the FrostyTech test labs, we’ll be touching upon the critical differences between socket AM2 and socket 754/939/940 heatsinks in just a moment. The Zalman CNPS9500 AM2 is a full copper heatsink, except its surface has been brightly chrome plated to give it that nuclear winter, Terminator 2 android feel. Full review @ Frostytech



NVIDIA DualTV MCE @ HotHardware

HotHardware evaluate the features and performance of NVIDIA?s recently announced DualTV MCE TV/FM-Tuner card.? Head on over to the site and check it out? Full review @ HotHardware



Corsair Nautilus 500 @ VelocityReviews

Snip: Water cooling has come quite far. But it hasn’t been a general consumer sort of thing till now. The Corsair Nautilus 500 is just what you need. Full review @ VelocityReviews





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