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Gigabyte is a very familiar name among gamers and enthusiasts, but for the uninitiated they are best known for their performance and mainstream motherboards and graphics cards.  Gigabyte has been rapidly expanding into other markets, so while they appear focused on their bread and butter business they also make several other computer related accessories and components like: Notebooks,... continued.
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Today we see yet another contender for the mid range king, that my friends is the all-new NVIDIA GTX 660Ti. Targeted at the AMD 7870 and 7950 it is priced at right around $300.00 U.S this should be the very hottest card that NVIDIA releases in 2012 and garnish sales records worldwide. This card is aimed at the mid range market and not the high-end although rumors have it that in some games and... continued.
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In the ever advancing world of VGA technology now comes another contender for the mid range king, the all-new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660Ti. Targeted at the AMD 7870 and 7950 it is priced at right around $300.00 U.S this should be the very hottest card that NVIDIA releases in 2012 and garnish sales records worldwide. This card is aimed at the mid range market and not the high-end although rumors have... continued.
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Spire was founded in the Netherlands and has been in the electronic component industry for almost 15 years.  Spire manufactures Chassis, Power Supplies, HDD Enclosures and a broad lineup of cooling solution products like CPU/Chipset/VGA Coolers, Fans and Thermal Paste. I have used Spire fans and CPU coolers in the past, but this is my first experience with one of their chassis.  I’... continued.
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Fans of motherboards.org are certainly familiar with Biostar, but here is a little background for everyone else. Biostar has been in the motherboard business for over 25 years and their boards range from very inexpensive budget boards to their T-Series and TPower series.  The T-Series and TPower boards are aimed at the gaming/enthusiast/overclocking market, so they are going to be more... continued.
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When it comes to budget displays, it's easy to end up with a monitor not worth looking at, which kind of defeats the purpose. Don't worry, though; we've done all the leg work for you. Here are six large-screen, budget LCD monitors that will please both your wallet AND your eyeballs for under $200.
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Windows 8 is different, and because the Windows we’ve known and “loved” for so long is changing, it’s understandable to be apprehensive. I won’t promise that all changes in Windows 8 are good. In fact, I point out 8 of those changes that will drive you nuts over at Motherboards.org. Let me assure you, Windows 8 adds a lot of fantastic new features and tweaks. Not... continued.
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Not long ago I handed over an obscene amount of money every month to my local cable provider. For many years, their digital TV service and dual-tuner HD-DVR let me reliably watch and record analog and HD programs. When I started my service, the fee was actually "somewhat" reasonable at $41.99 per month for TV service and $8 per month for the HD-DVR. However, like most who have subscribed to cable... continued.
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  PDXLAN is here in Portland Oregon.This happens to be the 10th year anniversary of the PDXLAN events.  For those who are not aware PDXLAN comes about 3 times a year and is always at the convention center across from Holiday Inn Airport located just minutes from the PDX airport.  The day started with the participants lining up in droves to get their pass and in the venue to... continued.
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10 years ago Microsoft introduced a customized edition of Windows XP that contained their new media suite, officially dubbed Windows Media Center. Created with televisions in mind, Windows Media Center marked Microsoft's first real attempt to supplant media functions in the living room. All designed around a 10-foot UI and remote control, Windows Media Center handled far more media tasks than any... continued.
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There are many things to consider with a system upgrade, such as what will I gain from the upgrade or which part should I upgrade or even more so at what level should I upgrade the selected component to?  In many cases the graphics card is the target of the upgrade path as new games always demand more firepower and even newer features to unlock the games full pretty factor.  All too... continued.
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As long as their is a need for performance workhorses in the motherboard world ASUS is surely to have a solution to fit your needs, whether it be for a professional in the office place or a home based business. The P8W77 WS (WorkStation) motherboard has a lot of potential in its silicon and it has features that set it apart from the rest of the AUS Z77 stack of channel motherboards that make it... continued.
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Silverstone is known for their ability to innovate and redesign components that had previously remained unchanged for years.  If you look at some of their cases and CPU fans you'll see that they are constantly pushing the envelope and trying to go. Silverstone has been revisiting some of their previous designs and expanding on them, so they are attempting to turn good into great and great... continued.
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I would be foolish to assume that after the sleepless nights of the GTX690 launch that NVIDIA was done with the surprises they seemed to have been dropping like a well-planned bombing run.  Well I can say that looking at what we have here today they are still dropping bombs on the GPU market with the most recent being the GeForce GTX670. Another few days of sleepless nights, but we made it... continued.
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As the reviews keep coming out on Ivy Bridge and now its supported motherboards we have seen a few different varieties from a few different manufactures, but only 1 other mATX board so far the ASUS Gene, this is the 2nd one we have seen so far and this one is based off the popular Killer series by Gigabyte. The thing is in past releases the Killer series of motherboards have been geared for the... continued.

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