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  1. easytim

    Best fanless heat sink for CPU - AMD 939 socket

    I'm wanting to use a fanless heatsink for this CPU, has anyone done this? AMD: Socket 939 Athlon 64 X2 (Dual Core)~ 4400+ MB: ASUS A8N-SLI Deluxe
  2. Skyguy

    Sapphire Radeon 6670 Ultimate

    The Sapphire Radeon 6670 Ultimate is a modest card: low-power, passively cooled, and marketed to consumers who may be interested in something for their HTPC or the occasional foray into some light gaming. Click HERE for the full review.
  3. Skyguy

    Seasonic X Series Fanless 460W

    We've got our hands on one of Seasonic’s newest models, an X Series 460W fanless power supply, which comes 80PLUS Gold Certified, so not only should it be completely silent, but it also be very efficient as well. This new power supply comes from the X Series lineup, currently available in 650W...
  4. Skyguy

    Thermalright HR-02 Passive Heatsink

    The Thermalright HR-02 is a passive CPU cooler, and we're not going to baby it today. Not only are we going to strap it without a fan onto a Core i7 monster, we're also going to run it head-to-head against two of the best heatsinks we've seen on the market, the Noctua D14 and Prolimatech...
  5. Skyguy

    Sapphire Radeon 5670 Ultimate

    The Sapphire Radeon 5670 Ultimate is a low-power, passively cooled, budget graphics card, marketed to consumers who may be interested in something for their HTPC or the occasional foray into some light gaming. It packs a bit of horsepower, but it does run utterly silent, so Sapphire has a...
  6. Skyguy

    Thermaltake T3000 Notebook Cooler

    Thermaltake's T3000 fanless notebook cooler comes with aluminium fins, embedded heatpipes, and enough base to cover the full notebook. Promising great performance in a fanless and silent setup, let's find out if it does the job or comes up short. Click HERE for more.
  7. Skyguy

    FSP Zen 400w

    Passive power supplies might not garner as much attention as those gaming monster units, but they do occupy an important place in the market, as more consumers look to incorporate HTPC setups into their homes. The quest for silence can be maddening for some, and today we're looking at the FSP...
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