Dezember 2006

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OCZ PC2-6400 ATI CrossFire Certified 2 GB Kit -

When deciding on components for a new system, users are often worried about incompatibilities with the memory of their choice. OCZ has teamed up with ATI to bring you CrossFire certified memory. This means that you can install this memory on any CrossFire certified motherboard and it is guaranteed to work. In our testing the modules performed very well over a wide range of timings from CL3 to CL5. To distinguish this memory from their other products OCZ colored the heatspreader in a beautiful ATI red which looks mighty good.

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Microsoft Habu Gaming Mouse -

Razer and Microsoft have been known to produce some of the best gaming mice on the market. Not long ago the two competitors teamed up to create a new gaming mouse, the Microsoft Habu. This newcomer to the mouse market is of course packed with the latest technology that the two companies came up with. The design of the mouse is much like the old Microsoft IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0, but you get some unique new features that only the Habu has.

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Akasa integral fusion External HDD enclosure -

The Akasa integral fusion combines two devices into one sleek functional device - an USB hard drive enclosure and a multi format card reader. It may not be the fastest enclosure for your money and the software may be a bit crude, but it gets the job done - that is what counts.

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IWILL ZMAXdp Dual Opteron SFF Barebones System -

The IWILL ZMAXdp Dual Opteron Small Form Factor Barebones System may not be the latest or greatest, but it is capable of providing some serious computing power in an attractive small form factor configuration that doesn't skimp on extras. With the potential for two dual-core Opterons (effectively quad-core), 2GB dual channel DDR, SATA RAID 0, and many other modern features, it is a work horse disguised as a pony.

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Noctua NH-U9F � Laut ist out! -

"Die österreichische Firma Noctua hat das Lieferprogramm für Silent Enthusiasten deutlich ausgeweitet. Nachdem die 120mm Lüfter in einem Test vollends überzeugten, erreicht nun ein neuer CPU Kühler die Testredaktion. Der Noctua NH-U9F soll mit ordentlicher Kühlung, vor allem aber mit absolut leisem Betrieb punkten. Ob dieses Vorhaben gelungen ist, zeigt der nachstehende Test."

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ECS KA3 MVP Extreme ATI Crossfire Xpress 3200 Motherboard -

This board is almost like foreshadowing. It combines technology from ATI in the form of Crossfire and AMD in the form of the AM2 socket onboard. Who would have thought that both companies would actually become the peanut butter and jam of the industry in real life? Anyway, we check out this unofficial union in our review.

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The Future of Computer Technology -

In the past twenty years, there has been a dramatic increase in the processing speed of computers, network capacity and the speed of the internet. These advances have paved the way for the revolution of fields such as quantum physics, artificial intelligence and nanotechnology. These advances will have a profound effect on the way we live and work, the virtual reality we see in movies like the Matrix, may actually come true in the next decade or so.

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Ein erster Blick auf die G80-Technologie -

In diesem Artikel haben wir uns den neuen nVidia-Grafikchip gemäß der derzeit zur Verfügung stehenden Informationen und abseites des inzwischen arg
breitgetretenen Marketingmaterials etwas näher betrachtet.

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Akasa integral fusion -

"Akasa bietet mit dem integral fusion eine Art 3-in1-Lösung für den Hausgebrauch an. Das Gehäuse ist externe Backup-Lösung, Multiformat-Cardreader und USB-Hub in einem. Bei einer solch großen Funktionsfülle, stellt sich natürlich die kritische Frage, ob das alles auf im Alltag einwandfrei funktionieren kann. Der nachfolgende Test soll klären, ob das Akasa integral wirklich eine gelungene Fusion aus drei Geräten und damit eine echte eierlegende Wollmilchsau ist oder ob doch eher der ironische Teil dieses Begriffes zutrifft."

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G.SKILL F2-6400CL6D-4GBMQ 4 GB Kit -

The G.SKILL F2-6400CL6D-4GBMQ are one of the first 2x 2 GB DDR2 memory kits that let you run high frequencies, DDR2-800 in this case. In our review we will point out the difficulties you will experience when installing 4 GB of memory on 32-bit platforms. Is this $500 memory kit the solution to a smooth Windows Vista experience?