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OCZ V12 CPU Cooler

OCZ is going to release a new CPU and chipset air cooler line this month with a product line codenamed V12 (commercial name: Vindicator). We had the chance to take a look at these products. Check it out!

Intel Quad-Core Core 2 Extreme QX6700 Performance Preview

We had the chance to benchmark the first Intel quad-core CPU for desktops, Core 2 Extreme QX6700 (codenamed Kentsfield), and compare its performance against a Core 2 Extreme X6800. Check it out.

Abit IL-90MV Motherboard

IL-90MV from Abit is a socket 478 motherboard targeted to Core Duo and Core 2 Duo Viiv systems, and its main feature is having a HDMI HDTV video output.

ATP SD Trio Professional Plus

A brief look at ATP’s memory card manufacturing process and on their SD Trio Professional Plus, a set containing one micro SD card, one adapter to transform it into a mini SD card, another adapter to transform it into a regular SD card and a USB reader.

OCZ Cryo-Z CPU Cooler

Cryo-Z is literally a freezer to refrigerate your CPU, allowing you to achieve a very high overclocking level. It will be released only by the end of October, but we had the chance of taking a look at it.

Zalman Fatal1ty Case

We took a look at the new Fatal1ty case from Zalman, which will reach the market in the next few weeks.

Biostar TForce 590 SLI Deluxe

Biostar TForce 590 SLI Deluxe is a high-end socket AM2 motherboard from Biostar that has just arrived at the market costing a little bit less than competing products from ASUS, Gigabyte and MSI. We took a look at this new Biostar product.

Thermaltake Extreme Spirit II

We took a look at Extreme Spirit II, an all-copper chipset cooler from Thermaltake.

Thermaltake Toughpower 750 W (W0116RU) Power Supply

Toughpower 750 W is a high-end power supply from Thermaltake. We completely disassembled this product to take a look. Check it out.

Enermax Galaxy 1000 W Power Supply

Galaxy 1000 W from Enermax is one of the most powerful power supplies on the market today, delivering an astonishing 1,000 W and designed for the most high-end quad-SLI systems and quad-CPU servers. We completely disassembled this PSU to take a look. Check it out.