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    VisionTek USB Pocket SSD 120GB- Review

    One may come to the conclusion that we do not need faster or larger pocket drives considering the average file transfer is done being copied in a few seconds. VisionTek does not think we have reached a suitable transfer speed yet and has created a drive to challenge ...
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    MX-Technology Secure Encryption USB 3.0 128GB Review

    With the need for data to be portable and secure, today we're looking at the MX-Technology SEC 128GB USB 3.0 flash drive that features AES 256-bit encryption in a small and sleek package. Do you worry about data protection? Do you need portability? If so, then read ...
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    Enermax Thormax Giant Full Tower ATX Case

    The multiple choices in the different areas for mounting HDD’s or SSD drives is a welcome addition and makes it so much easier to configure your build for not just looks but performance and water cooling options as well. This makes it a no brainer for anyone and ev...
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    New technique for generating electricity from mechanical vibrations By Richard Moss November 12, 2014 Natural vibrations caused by two surfaces with different work functions repelling and attracting each other can be used to generate electricity (Image: VTT) Electric...
Latest News & Reviews

CoolIT Domino A.L.C.

 
 
 
 
 
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Can this unit bring water cooling to the mainstream masses?


 

EK Water Blocks Chipsets

 
 
 
 
 
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Working well to keep your chipset temperatures low?


 

Friday Sampler [12-26-08]

As the weekend approaches, we take a look at what's happening from around the tech world, guaranteed to satisfy your appetite.


Merry Christmas from PureOverclock

The Staff at PureOverclock would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a safe and healthy Happy Holidays!


Kingston to Enter SSD Market with Intel

Memory-module maker Kingston Technology is looking to enter the solid-state drive (SSD) market by January 2009, via a co-branding partnership with Intel, the company has revealed.


ATI’s RV740 Taped Out at 40nm

According to various sources, ATI's RV740 is now taped out at 40nm, and is rumoured to hit the street at $100.


ABIT To Shut Down

ABIT, a popular motherboard manufacturer on the downhill slide and its former glory days long gone, announced it will be shutting down operations in 2 weeks.


EVGA Shipping 55nm GTX 260′s

EVGA has quietly started shipments of graphics boards powered by GeForce GTX 260 chips made using 55nm process technology. The new chip is cheaper to manufacture and also consumes less power.


Voodoo PC Founder Says Gaming PC’s Doomed

Rahul Sood, founder of the uber high-end boutique PC builder, Voodoo PC, has written that the gaming PC as we know it is doomed.


ASUS Triton 88 Ready for Core i7

The ASUS Triton 88 CPU cooler is the latest product gearing up to cool down the Core i7 chips, set to be released in the coming days ahead.





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