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Month Archives: April 2010

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Antec Notebook Cooler To Go Review

<center><img src=""></center><br> The notebook cooling market has lately been flooded with makes and models, each attempting to tackle the heat issue that often comes with portable computers, especially in those used for gaming. Antec recently released their latest addition, the Notebook Cooler To Go, which is designed as you may have guess to be portable. Having reviewed similar products in the past, that portability is often acquired through the sacrifice of performance. Given Antec's reputation for effciency, I was anxious to see how the Cooler To Go stacked up against not only it's similar-sized competition but also the bulkier models that are often required for higher cooling rates.<br><br><br> Via [<a href="" target="new">LanOC Reviews</a>]

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AMD Phenom II X6, 890FX Review

AMD's Leo Platform is now complete with the launch of not only three new chipsets but the Hexacore Turbo-charged AMD Phenom II X6 1090T processor. Is it the cat's meow or was that Dirk Meyer hocking up a wet furball? Rage3D examines the Phenom 1090T and the ASUS RoG CrossHair IV Formula motherboard with the world's fastest graphics card, the AMD ATI Radeon HD 5970.<br><br><br> Via [<a href="" target="new"></a>]


Zalman Z7 Plus Mid Tower Case Review

Zalman is really not a company you think about when it comes to PC Cases.  They are really more known for their awesome CPU coolers.  If you have seen a Zalman PC Case they have been very high-end and quiet expensive for most people.  Zalman is introducing their first mainstream case, the Z7 Plus that is made to be affordable, but at the same time offer you many features that are found in higher priced cases.  Let’s take a look at the Z7 Plus and see if it is the perfect case for you!

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Wednesday News 4-28-10

Well it is Wednesday, which means the week is half over! Make sure you check out our review of the <a href="">G.Skill PIS Series DDR3-2400 4GB Dual Channel Memory Kit</a>, it is some of the fastest memory currently available! Now for the news... <strong>Audio</strong> <a href="" target="new">ASUS Cine5 Compact Speaker Review</a> @ <strong>Cases</strong> <a href="" target="new">Microcool Banchetto 101</a> @ techPowerUp <a href="" target="new">Thermaltake DH-202</a> @ techPowerUp <strong>Cooling</strong> <a href="" target="new">Corsair Hydro Series H50 CPU Cooler</a> @ TweakTown <a href="" target="new">CoolIT ECO A.L.C. CPU Cooler Review</a> @ Benchmark Reviews <strong>Displays</strong> <a href="" target="new">Samsung SyncMaster P2770HD Review</a> @ Digital Trends <a href="" target="new">23” De-Branded HDMI Monitor</a> @ LanOC Reviews <strong>Memory</strong> <a href="" target="new">G.Skill ECO 4GB DDR3 1600MHz CL7 Low Voltage Memory Kit Review</a> @ Legit Reviews <strong>Motherboards</strong> <a href="" target="new">MSI 890FXA-GD70 AMD 890FX Motherboard Review</a> @ <strong>Processors</strong> <a href="" target="new">Phenom II X6 1090T - AMD Enters the Six-Core Arena</a> @ <strong>Storage</strong> <a href="" target="new">Kingston SSDNow V SNV425-S2BN 128GB Solid State Drive Bundle</a> @ TweakTown <a href="" target="new">ASUS BC-08B1ST Blu-ray</a> @ PureOverclock <strong>Video</strong> <a href="" target="new">MSI R5670 Cyclone 1G Graphics Card Review</a> @ <a href="" target="new">Sapphire Toxic HD 5970 4GB Review</a> @ OCC


G.Skill PIS Series DDR3-2400 4GB Dual Channel Memory Kit Review

Up to this point the fastest memory I have owned was DDR3-2000. The guys at G.Skill contacted me recently to ask if I was interested in memory even faster than that…of course I was! G.Skill is one of those companies that I knew was out there but I had never really considered their memory in the past, as most I usually purchase from the “household name” companies. But G.Skill is not a newcomer to the memory industry, having been in business building memory since 1989. Today I will be looking at G.Skill’s latest, a DDR3-2400 4GB kit with timings of 9-11-9. This memory has been engineered specifically for the Intel Core i7 860/870 LGA 1156 processor and P55 Express chipset. Of course the memory operates at Intel’s max VDIMM of 1.65v, and it comes with a very nice cooling fan. Read on to check out the G.Skill PIS Series DDR3-2400 memory!

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Monday News 4-26-10

<strong>Cases</strong> <a href="" target="new">akasa Freedom Xone PC Chassis Review</a> @ XtremeComputing <a href="" target="new">NZXT Hades</a> @ PureOverclock <strong>Memory</strong> <a href="" target="new">Kingston HyperX PC3-15000 (1866MHz) LoVo 4GB Kit</a> @ TweakTown <strong>Power</strong> <a href="" target="new">Ultra X4 850 Watt Full Modular Power Supply</a> @ TweakTown <a href="" target="new">Antec Truepower Quattro 1200W Power Supply Review</a> @ OCC <strong>Storage</strong> <a href="" target="new">OCZ Solid 2 Series SATA II 2.5" 60GB SSD</a> @ TestFreaks <strong>Video</strong> <a href="" target="new">Sapphire HD 5870 Eyefinity 6 Edition Video Card Review</a> @ <a href="" target="new">ASUS Radeon HD EAH5850 DirectCU TOP Video Card Review</a> @ Legit Reviews <a href="" target="new">HIS HD5830 Review</a> @ OC3D <a href="" target="new">AMD FirePro V3800 & FirePro V5800</a> @ Phoronix


Thermaltake Frio CPU Cooler Review

Thermaltake is a name your might associate with <a href="">CPU coolers</a> and we sure have taken a look a quite a few of their coolers over the past few years. Today we have the opportunity to check out Thermaltake’s latest CPU cooler, the Frio. This powerful CPU cooler supports the latest processors, comes with two 120mm VR fans, and has high quality materials. The Frio is specifically designed for overclockers, boasting up to 220W of cooling power. Read on further to see how well this performs.

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Sunday Evening News 4-25-10

Well the weekend is over! I hope everyone enjoyed it! Now for the news... <strong>Audio</strong> <a href="" target="new">Asus Xonar Essence STX Sound Card Review</a> @ Tweaknews <strong>Cases</strong> <a href="" target="new">Cooler Master 690 II Advanced</a> @ LanOC Reviews <strong>Cooling</strong> <a href="" target="new">Zaward Vapor 120 CPU Cooler Review</a> @ Hi Tech Legion <a href="" target="new">Lamptron Fan Controller FC5</a> @ techPowerUp <a href="" target="new">Thermalright Venomous X Heatsink Review</a> @ Ninjalane <a href="" target="new">Prolimatech Armageddon</a> @ PureOverclock <strong>Displays</strong> <a href="" target="new">Asus MS238H LCD Monitor Review</a> @ <strong>Memory</strong> <a href="" target="new">Patriot Viper II DDR3 1600mhz Triple Channel Kit</a> @ TechwareLabs <strong>Motherboards</strong> <a href="" target="new">ASUS P7P55D-E Deluxe Intel P55 LGA 1156 Motherboard Review</a> @ <strong>Storage</strong> <a href="" target="new">Corsair Flash Padlock 2</a> @ Rbmods <a href="" target="new">SilverStone HDDBOOST</a> @ Phoronix <a href="" target="new">Super Talent RAIDDrive USB-3.0 Flash Drive</a> @ Benchmark Reviews <strong>Video</strong> <a href="" target="new">ASUS GeForce GTX 470 ENGTX470 Graphics Card Review</a> @ Legit Reviews <a href="" target="new">PowerColor Radeon HD 5870 PCS+</a> @ <a href="" target="new">Sapphire Radeon HD 5970 TOXIC 4GB Video Card Overclocked</a> @ TweakTown


ASRock X58 Extreme3 Intel X58 Motherboard Review

The problem is the other new technologies that have just emerged, SATA 6 Gb/s and USB 3. Most of us had no idea that either was in the works when the Core i7/X58 emerged. Going to the expense of buying the new Core i7 980X, you definitely want the latest data transfer technologies, and with an older X58 board, the only way you will get them is with PCI expansion cards. But, the motherboard manufacturers are ready for this, and some have already released new models of X58 boards supporting SATA 6 Gb/s and USB 3. Today I will be looking at the ASRock X58 Extreme 3, their new top-of-the-line board. It not only supports SATA 6 Gb/s and USB 3, but also supports eSATA 6Gb/s. Read on to check out the ASRock X58 Extreme3!


How to find out the Model of the Motherboard You Have

Knowing who makes your motherboard and what model you have is very important. Many motherboards have new drivers and BIOS updates that fix problems with the motherboard once it has been released. To download and install these updates you need to know the exact model name and manufacturer of your motherboard. Many people who have built their own computer should already know this, but if you somehow forget or you have purchased your computer from a store this guide will easy show you where to find this information.

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