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By Kristopher Wandall, February 5, 2013 0 Cases, CPUs, Gaming, General, Graphics

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By Kristopher Wandall, January 22, 2013 0

With our recent review of the Swiftech H220 up on our front page, we found it necessary to do a… Read More »

By Kristopher Wandall, January 22, 2013 2

Liquid cooling your personal computer is a very niche market. In years past, the amount of time, money and knowledge… Read More »

By Michael Wallace, November 14, 2011 0

If you are a hardcore techy, nothing really gets you more excited than walking into a datacenter with the opportunity… Read More »

Review: AMD locks dual/tri core, who fights back?

By Kristopher Wandall, June 6, 2009 0

When AMD introduced its Phenom based X2 and X3 processors, users were pleasantly surprised that you could enable the disabled… Read More »