lga1366

  1. Deton

    Rumor: LGA2011 Backward Support LGA1366 CPUs

    perhaps this is what they were talking about Source
  2. Skyguy

    MSI Big Bang XPower

    Looking to build a monster Folding @ Home rig? This may be the board for you. MSI has fashioned the Big Bang XPower board for enthusiasts, as it's built with SIX PCI Express slots, military-grade components, and OC Genie for some easy auto overclocking. Toss in a great price and you've got an...
  3. Skyguy

    GeIL Black Dragon 6GB DDR3-2000

    Today we are looking at a set of GeIL 6GB DDR3-2000 Black Dragon memory modules that look very unique from what we normally see, sporting no fancy heatspreaders. Going with a different approach, there is a black PCB design, gold printing, and red LEDs make these Black Dragons quite...
  4. Skyguy

    ASUS P6X58D Premium Motherboard

    Often seen as trailblazers, ASUS has released the P6X58D Premium, currently their only board that features USB 3.0 and SATA III, as well as being ready for the upcoming 32nm 6-Core processors. The P6X68D Premium is positioned to be the successor to the P6T going forward in the ASUS product...
  5. Skyguy

    XtremeGear HP-1216B CPU Cooler

    The XtremeGear HP-1216B is features HDT technology and some nice aesthetics, but most significantly it can be found for about $30 USD. That certainly caught our attention here and we jumped at the chance to take a closer look at this cooler. So what does $30 get you these days? How well...
  6. Skyguy

    Tuniq Tower 120 Extreme

    Much has changed since the days when the Tuniq Tower 120 reigned supreme. Top air cooling manufacturers have refined their designs and incorporated Heatpipe Direct Touch technology that has proven to be very successful in its performance abilities. In many ways, Tuniq has had to play catch-up...
  7. Skyguy

    Evercool HPK-10025EA

    Today we're testing the Evercool HPK-10025EA CPU cooler that offers Socket 1366 compatibility in a small form 100mm fan setup. It is a good looking little heatsink that offers a great value as one of the least expensive LGA1366 coolers on the market. It looks sharp and runs quiet, and would...
  8. Skyguy

    ZEROTherm Core i5/i7 Coolers: Nirvana 120 and Core 92

    ZEROtherm is a company probably best known for creating buzz surrounding their butterfly cooler design not long ago. Capitalizing on that success, they have two CPU coolers for the Intel Core i5/i7 platforms: the Nirvana 120 PWM and the Core 92 heatsinks. The Nirvana certainly looks very unique...
  9. bullydog

    Worth the wait for 65w Q9550"s"

    Hey folks not too sure any1 is aware that the coming Core 2 Quads coming in Jan 2009 will be more engery efficient...TDP reduced to 65w only!!! Do u think these Chips will overclock further than the current E0 steppings? Is it worth the wait for another 2 months before it gets released...
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