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NVIDIA Rolls Out GeForce GTX 1060 3GB

NVIDIA has officially rolled out the GeForce GTX 1060 3GB graphics card. Based on the GP106 silicon the card will have an MSRP of $199, with custom-designed cards ranging between $199-$229. This card does not just have less memory (3GB vs 6GB) than the original GTX 1060, but also fewer CUDA cores.

Graphics CardsReviews

ASUS HD 7970 DirectCU II Video Card Review

Ah I am back to reviewing video cards, it has actually been a little while since I’ve taken a look at a current generation card, but over the past couple of weeks I have caught back up and today I am taking a look at an awesome card from ASUS.  Many of ASUS’s non-reference cards feature their DirectCU II cooling system and so does this card, but this card also features a 12-phase VRM that has super alloy caps and chokes, ASUS’s VGA hotwire that allows you to easily check voltages on the card and this single card can drive up to six screens!  The card we are taking a look at today is the 28nm ASUS HD 7970 DirectCU II 3GB!  Read on as we take a look at this impressive card!

MemoryReviews

Kingston HyperX T1 Series DDR3-2000 3GB Triple Channel Memory Kit Revisited

Today, armed with a retail i7 920, and a shiny new BIOS from Gigabyte, I will have another go at this memory. Will I be successful, or will I once again end up with egg on my face? Read on to see! A quick recap, the memory runs at DDR3-2000 9-9-9-27, at Intel's mandatory 1.65v. The modules sport some really nice pin-fin styled heatspreaders in Kingston's traditional HyperX blue. The memory supports Intel's XMP with a pair of preset configurations, DDR3-2000 and DDR3-1866, in case the motherboard won't make the trip to a full 2000mHz.

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Kingston HyperX T1 Series DDR3-2000 3GB Triple Channel Memory Kit Review

In retrospect, the information that Louis had just received obviously was about the Nehalem. After seeing the improvements that the i7 has over the Core 2, I can fully understand his excitement. Today I will be looking at the result of Louis' excitement, Kingston's HyperX DDR3-2000 3GB Triple Channel kit. These memory modules sport beautiful new pin-fin heat spreaders and 9-9-9-27 timings at 1.65v. Will this Kingston kit carry my new i7 920 to glory? Read on to see!

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