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    VisionTek CryoVenom R9 290 Review

    It has been several months since AMD shook up the GPU market a bit with its R9 series of GPUs. Now that the dust has settled there has been time for AMD partners to design better cooling solutions for the Hawaii based GPUs at the top end of the R9 lineup. When the 29...
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    Enermax T.B. Vegas 120mm and T.B. Apollish 180/200mm Fan Review

    When you look at most of the LED case fans out there, they're largely uninspired. Sure the lighting is solid on many of them, and some of them even offer up good cooling performance to match their look, but the lighting effect is ultimately the same: just a blob of ...
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    Bitfenix Collosus Mini ITX Review

    Lately it seems I have been covering the smaller side of things in reviews. If you read any of them, you will know that I am not a big fan of the diminutive size of Micro and Mini anything when it comes to computing. The bigger the better has been my motto. Huge case...
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    In Win 901 Aluminum Mini-ITX Case Review

    In Win has been known to release some pretty unique PC chassis; their design team have some pretty creative ideas when it comes to its aesthetics and overall style. Of course, that's not always true. Sometimes we've seen some pretty questionable designs and wonder ...
Latest News & Reviews

Fusion-io unleash ioXtreme solid-state drive

Fusion-io has already delivered some lightning fast PCI-based solid-state drives, and today they've added a new addition to their already successful lineup.

Core i7 to outperform QX9770 by 52% in games

Intel's upcoming Core i7 965 will offer a 52% performance improvement in games over the QX9770, which shares the same 3.2GHz clock speed. Expreview has the goods.

Nvidia to depart from the chipset business next year

We've been riddled with on-off rumors regarding Nvidia's departure from the chipset business, and today the very same talks have re-emerged. Read on here.

First review of Asus’ Eee PC S101 hits the web

If you're torn between an ultra cheap netbook and a mainstream notebook, then the busy folks at Bit-tech have an article which should be considered crucial reading.

Intel’s cheaper Lynnfield chip pictured, detailed

Shifting our focus away from the high-end Bloomfield CPU leads us to a photo gallery of a Lynnfield prototype - the quad-core, cheaper alternative to Nehalem.

Asus Rampage II Extreme in pretty pixels, again

With the X58 launch rapidly nearing, a preview of the Asus Rampage II Extreme has surfaced at Bit-tech. This nicely complements the shots gathered in our forums.

AMD announces plans to go “asset smart” fabless

As part of its new Asset Smart plan, AMD has decided to spin-off its fabrication business into a separate company. This follows months of recurring speculation.

Xigmatek Red Scorpion S1283


Can the HDT technology help this heatsink rise to the top?


Tuesday Sampler [10-07-08]

We just published our latest review, but what's happening on the rest of the web? Today's Sampler touches upon Graphics Cards, Memory, and Cases, Cooling and PSU's.

Silverstone Raven gaming mouse review is live

Silverstone's Raven gaming mouse takes a unique approach to the common rodent, but is this trait an advantage or does it squander what could have been. We take a look...

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