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    [FS][EU] Watercooling + Danger Den Torture rack

    Bump... DD Torture rack left, with Alphacool Nexxxos CPU Block and Xigmatek... Price drop for the case to $140 + shipping.
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    [FS][EU] Watercooling + Danger Den Torture rack

    Bump... accepting offers on everything/anything... I may have overestimated the price of things, so any reasonable offers welcome :) Will do a combo if you buy more than one thing (not to mention you will save on shipping, ofc :) ) Combo price for everything dropped to $320.
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    [FS][EU] Watercooling + Danger Den Torture rack

    As reviewed here: http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Xigmatek/AIO_S80DP Application: Socket 478/754/939/940/LGA775/AM2 Intel Pentium 4 Processor / Extreme Edition Intel Pentium D Processor Intel Celeron / Celeron D Processor AMD Athlon 64 / 64 FX / 64 X2 Dual-core AMD Sempron AMD...
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    [FS][EU] Watercooling + Danger Den Torture rack

    Hi guys and gals, the time has come for me to move on, I rarely use my large computer nowadays, so I decided to take it apart and sell my WC setup. The setup was used during Techpowerup Reviews of WC stuff that I did, so you may find some info/thoughts on components in the review section...
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    Extracting My Documents via Linux

    I can see the drives fine, and all other folders and their contents, just not My Documents, which leads me to believe they are encrypted...
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    Extracting My Documents via Linux

    Unfortunately, since the system will not boot in any mode, I cannot use that.
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    Extracting My Documents via Linux

    Hi all, a friend of mine brought over his PC. It is BSODing at boot up, and won't even boot in safemode. He claims it started happening after he installed Spyware Doctor, which I am assuming is some type of rootkit. I don't want to bother with fixing the old system. All he wants is his...
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    Intex Launches N101-WC1100 Netbook

    Intex, a computer peripheral firm from India, recently unveiled a new netbook - the N101-WC1100. The netbook sports an Intel Atom processor paired with up to 2GB RAM. A 160GB hard drive is available for data storage. The netbook has a 10" widescreen display with a 1.3MP webcam. It also features...
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    Single-PCB GeForce GTX 295 Pictured

    Zol.com.cn has managed to take some pictures of the upcoming single-PCB GeForce GTX 295. Expected to arrive within a month, the single-PCB GTX 295 features the same specs as the dual-PCB model - 2x448bit memory interface, 480 Processing Cores and 1792MB of GDDR3 memory, and GPU/shader/memory...
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    Gainward To End Partnership with AMD/ATI

    Less than a year ago, Palit-owned Gainward, a premium graphics card manufacturer, signed a contract with AMD/ATI and began to manufacture graphic accelerators with AMD/ATI Radeon chips. However, it now seems that Gainward will end its relationship with AMD/ATI and return to being an NVIDIA-only...
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    Raptor-Gaming H2 5.1 Headset Launched

    Raptor-Gaming, a German-based gaming-oriented computer peripheral manufacturer, has announced the H2 5.1 headset, which should be available from next month. The headset comes with a 3 meter long cable, a noise canceling microphone, an amplifier, and features a frequency response of 20Hz ~ 20kHz...
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    Iiyama Launches ProLite E2407HDSV-1

    The ProLite E2407HDSV features 16:9 High Definition 1920 x 1080 native resolution, complimented with a 2 msec response rate and a 30,000:1 Advance Contrast Ratio. The E2407HDSV is targeted at gamers and those using multimedia applications. The monitor is available in both black and white...
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    Team Group Reveals Triple Channel DDR3-2000 Xtreem Memory Kits

    Taipei-based Team Group has just announced the addition of two new triple channel memory kits to its Xtreem series product line-up. The upcoming 3 and 6GB PC3-16000 overclocking-ready kits are made up of modules equipped with black aluminum heatsinks with a exquisite texture and a distinctive...
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    PhotoFast Prepares Cache-loaded 1.8-inch SSDs

    Although it barely introduced the G-Monster V2 drives, PhotoFast is already planning on letting loose the V3 line-up of 1.8-inch SSDs. Set to be unveiled at the Computex show next month, the V3 will be available in 32 and 64GB capacities, have 64MB of built-in cache memory and come in three...
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    IBM Announces Availability of 28 nm Semiconductor Technology

    In a move that signals a firm and ongoing commitment to advanced semiconductor technology leadership, IBM, Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing Ltd., GLOBALFOUNDRIES, Infineon Technologies, Samsung Electronics, Co., Ltd., and STMicroelectronics have defined and are jointly developing a...
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    Samsung, Dell Provide Data Encryption for SSDs

    Samsung Electronics on Thursday said it is boosting security on solid-state drives by bundling data encryption software from Wave Systems' Embassy with drives from 64GB to 256GB. The drives with encryption software will be available from PC makers, Samsung said in a statement. Coinciding with...
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    Water Cooled Radeon HD 4890 Launching Next Week

    PowerColor will launch the world's first water cooled Radeon HD 4890 next week, less than one week after the RV790 card was officially launched. Part of PowerColor's LCS series, the upcoming Radeon card comes with a single-slot EK-made waterblock that has a copper base and high-flow 3/8" or...
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    New Heatsink Material - Copper-diamond Alloy

    Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute have developed a new material which allows better cooling than the conventional copper and aluminum solutions. To achieve this result, diamond powder has been added to metallic copper. Diamond conducts heat five times better than copper. The result is a...
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    Buffalo Introduces Slim External Blu-Ray Drive

    Buffalo's optical drive line-up has been updated to include a new model, the BRC-P258U2 external Blu-Ray drive. The drive measures 141 (W) x 23 (H) x 155 (D) mm and weights 370 grams, has a 4.5 MB buffer, a USB 2.0 interface, and can read Blu-Ray discs at 2x and write DVD-R/+R SL at 8x, DVD-R/+R...
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    EVGA Announces the EVGA GeForce GTX 275

    EVGA, the leading-edge 3D processor graphics cards and motherboard manufacturer, announces the EVGA GeForce GTX 275, offering first rate graphics, physics, and GPU computing performance. The EVGA GeForce GTX 275 appeals to today's value conscious gamers who desire a powerful GPU and support for...
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    Geil Launches EVO ONE DDR3 Memory

    Geil has announced the launch of its EVO ONE DDR3 gaming memory series. Both dual and triple channel memory kits will be available, ranging from 2 GB (2x 1GB sticks) in dual channel to 6 GB (3x 2GB sticks) in triple channel. All memory kits feature Geil's EVO One Heatspreader with MTCD...
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    Gaming Good For Eyesight

    A study has found that gamers' contrast sensitivity vision improves when playing FPS games. Contrast sensitivity is the body's response to a change in visionary situations, enabling you for example, to see in the dark or read. Like everything else it degrades in old age, but a new neuroscience...
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    Google Launches Free Music Site

    Google's Chinese free music download service (here) has now been officially launched to provide legal, quality tracks to the Chinese people. Google is cooperating with www.top100.cn on this project. Currently, the service offers about 350,000 songs from both Chinese and international artists. In...
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    Wistron Firstbook Snapdragon-based 3G netbook

    The Wistron Firstbook is a Linux-based netbook featuring the same chipset as the Toshiba TG01, the Snapdragon from ARM. Its form factor is similar to that of the Sony VAIO P. The Firstbook packs 3G WWAN connectivity and a widescreen display. It remains unclear whether the Wistron Snapdragon...
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    New Apple Patents

    First, Apple has filed a patent for a handle with an integrated heatpipe - Patent No. 7508662. Most probably, this will appear in some future MacBooks. Of course, the heatpipe poses a limitation in the sense that it cannot get too hot, otherwise the "handle" function could not be fulfilled...