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Next-Generation DDR4 Memory to Reach 4.266GHz
Hardware
Written by Danrok   
Tuesday, 17 August 2010 18:52

From X-bit Labs:

DDR4 Memory to Feature Point-to-Point Topology

The next-generation DDR4 SDRAM memory will bring rather ultimate performance improvements to both desktops and laptops as well as servers and workstations. But the new performance heights will demand a rather radical change to topology of memory sub-system.

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OSU Ditches "Primitive" Silicon Circuits, Unleashes Organic Spintronics
Hardware
Written by Daniel   
Monday, 16 August 2010 16:21

From Daily Tech

New plastic device stores information using magnetism, could eventually replace traditional memory

When people think of a magnetic strip performing a useful purpose, the first thing to pop into mind might be the little strip on the back of their credit or debit cards.  Now a new type of magnetic technology could transform the way our computers run.

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Enermax Modu87+ 600W
Hardware
Written by Gizmo   
Tuesday, 10 August 2010 18:48

From DeXgo (via babelfish):

Enermax is one of the prominent companies, if it concerns qualitative and economical power packs. As one of the first enterprises it introduced with the Modu/Pro82+-Serien power packs with an efficiency of at least 82 per cent. With the Modu/Pro87+-Serien the enterprise with seat wants to put in Taiwan again after and presents eight power packs, which reach even the 80Plus-GOLD-Zertifizierung. With the Enermax Modu87+ 600 Watts we have today one of the smaller power packs of the series in the test. As it strikes itself and whether it can fulfill expectations, experience you on the following pages.

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Cooler Master HAF 932 Black Edition PC Case Review
Hardware
Written by Gizmo   
Friday, 06 August 2010 16:21

From Legit Reviews

Cooler Master is well known for dedicating themselves to providing some of the best cooling solutions in the industry. Offering products geared towards the mainstream to the extreme, they have made quite a splash in the last decade. Whether or not it was consumer demand, Cooler Master decided to release another iteration of their popular and successful HAF 932 series, the HAF 932 Black Edition. With an all black interior and a full side panel window, it definitely looks like the case to get. The Cooler Master HAF 932 Black Edition comes in with a current price of $159.99. Now, this isn't the first HAF 932 on the market. There was the original HAF 932 released in 2008, and then the AMD Edition released a little over a year later. Both Editions have their own subtle differences compared to the original HAF 932. Most notably on this Black Edition is that we have an all black interior. Another difference is a side window that covers the majority of the side panel, which also tosses out the option for the 230 mm fan or multiple 120mm fans. Luckily it includes an air duct that should help cool today's most current enthusiast graphics cards, like the GTX 480. As with the previous HAF cases, Cooler Master included a one year limited warranty should anything go wrong in that time frame.

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NZXT HALE90 Modular Power Supply
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Written by Gizmo   
Thursday, 05 August 2010 15:09

From Techware Labs:

“Environmentally Friendly” and “Green-wise”, probably weren’t your top concerns when building your dual video card, full towered space heating, monstrosity. Then you got your first power bill.  Introducing NZXT’s new line-up of 80+ GOLD certified power supplies. 80plus.org is in the business of certifying the power efficiency and consistency of power supply units.

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The $210 Video Card Showdown
Hardware
Written by Gizmo   
Tuesday, 03 August 2010 17:23

From TweakTown

It's big business, the $210 video card market; it's where most companies see a lot of sales. While in the past it used to be the company that held the performance crown for fastest video card who would dominate this market, it seems that while NVIDIA may be struggling with its higher end models their mid range cards are the ones to be buying.

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PowerColor shows off single-slot Radeon 5770 graphics card
Hardware
Written by Gizmo   
Friday, 30 July 2010 20:56

From Hexus:

For whatever reason, some people just don't have the room for a dual-slot graphics card in their system. Unfortunately, with today's power-hungry GPUs, single-slot designs don't normally offer enough cooling for anything more than low-to-mid-range chips. Now, though, it seems that PowerColor has done the impossible by building a full-speed Radeon HD 5770 into a slim-line package.

 

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EVGA GeForce GTX 460 768MB Superclocked Review
Hardware
Written by Gizmo   
Thursday, 29 July 2010 18:27

From FiringSquad

With the release of the GeForce GTX 460, NVIDIA's board partners are trying all sorts of things to make their product stand apart from the crowd. Between designs like the dual-fanned ECS Black edition, Galaxy's removable fan, and MSI's completely different cyclone cooler, there are a lot of creative ideas for you to check out. However, most of these are not yet available, with most of the dozen GTX 460s listed on Newegg being based on the reference design.

 

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