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NVidia has just released an all new iteration of their GF110 GPU. This is the GTX 560 Ti 448 version. If you can remember the original GTX 560 Ti and the GTX 560 both use the GF114 GPU. So this new graphics card uses the same GPU chip as the GTX 580 and GTX 570 graphics cards. To understand the naming scheme of these new cards the 448 refers to the number of shader cores that this card has as... continued.
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Cooler Master is one of the premier names in the PC market for cases, power supplies and cooling solutions. This new case is the latest addition to their CM Storm line of cases. Of course, the name of this particular case is going to recall a particular series of Sci-Fi movies. This case is priced and aimed at the high-end gaming market, but not quite the enthusiast level market. With the... continued.
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This is Sapphire’s new HD 7970 video card that is based on AMD’s reference design. Although it’s just a reference designed card it does come with some features that are exclusive to Sapphire. Before we get into those let’s first cover what AMD has done to improve upon their previous generation of graphics cards.One of the most important improvements over the previous generation is that these new... continued.
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This is one of the first of the new AMD HD 7970 video cards that we’ve tested and this particular one is from XFX. This is a company that has become a major player in the video card market, and they also produce power supplies and accessories for the PC market. Today we will be taking a look at how well its proprietary design and cooling solution will be able to improve upon the reference design.... continued.
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ITX motherboards are not on the mind of most consumers when they want to build their new computer system or upgrade their existing system. Many of us are into building up bulky systems for intense gaming, multitasking, and or video editing as well. However, these motherboards are great for small businesses and home office computers that are geared towards email, Microsoft office, and other... continued.
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Webcams are a great tool nowadays since more applications are being geared towards you having a webcam so that you may chat with other people while seeing them as if they were right next to you. You don’t have to worry if you are thousands of miles away on a business trip; you can just turn on your webcam and talk to your friends or relatives right from your computer. So many people have taken an... continued.
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We have recently been reviewing various products from Rosewill lately. They are a division of Newegg if you didn’t know and they make various computer components (usually entry to mid-level type products). They aren’t really known for their keyboards but I have the pleasure today in reviewing one of their more recent keyboards. I will be looking in close detail on the Rosewill Mechanical Keyboard... continued.
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If you are an avid laptop user and you basically use it just as much or more than your desktop, you will really like this product we have for you today. It’s really catered towards those who want to use multiple monitors with a laptop which is very troublesome for regular laptop users since they all pretty much have only one display port. It makes pretty impossible and without a product like this... continued.
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3D televisions are vastly becoming the hottest thing on the market for people that want the theatre 3D experience right in their living room. They are a bit out of the price range for some consumers, but for those who can afford it will likely never feel the same about watching TV again. The only downfall is that whenever you purchase a 3D TV you usually only get one pair of 3D glasses. And... continued.
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Rosewill is actually a division of NewEgg. This being the case doesn’t detract from the quality and performance that Rosewill have become known for. They are essentially a budget-minded alternative to the other manufacturers of cases, fans and peripherals. Today we will be taking a look at Rosewill’s Ranger case. This is a mid-tower case that is fully featured and it also comes with a really nice... continued.
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Check out these hilarious old TV commercials for PCs, video games and other tech products They don't make 'em like theu used to and, they certainly don't market them like they used to. Check out a few of our favorite old-school commercials from the good old days...to get you primed for holiday shopping!Check out the commercials here>>>
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TECH PROS: VOTE NOW FOR YOUR FAVORITES! Motherboards and ChannelPro-SMB are proudly rolling out the channel's first SMB-focused Readers' Choice Awards.  VARs, service providers, builders and integrators are invited to cast their vote as you help to identify the most SMB-friendly products, programs and vendors in the channel today. Due to the many excellent solutions offered in the... continued.
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To start this review off let’s first take a look at the Intel Z68 Chipset and what it has to offer. This chipset is essentially just a reworking of their previous P67 Chipset and doesn’t really have too many new features to offer. This chipset’s primary improvement over the previous chipset is that it offers support for Intel’s second generation of Core processors. This means that this board has... continued.
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Before we take a look at Biostar’s new 990FX motherboard, let’s first go over what this new AMD chipset has to offer. There aren’t a whole lot of differences between the 890 and the 990 chipset. The main difference between the two has to do with new technologies that are supported. One of the main new technologies that are supported with this new chipset is support for nVidia’s SLI technology.... continued.
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Intel’s new X79 Express Chipset has been out for a while and every enthusiast has probably already bought the latest motherboards for their new builds or are planning to in the near future. We have review a few of the high-end motherboards from Gigabyte, ASUS, and Intel. However, now its time for the lower-end motherboards that is more for the consumer level. It’s mainly for the computer geeks... continued.

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