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How Intel ruined my Christmas vacation
— 4:00 PM on January 11, 2008

Okay, Intel didn't actually spoil my entire vacation, but it came awfully close. To understand why, you need to go back a couple of months:...

Type: Blog post Tags: Motherboards Multimedia Windows

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AMD aims to unify SFF PCs with DTX spec
— 5:26 PM on October 22, 2007

Ever since we laid eyes on Shuttle's first cube, we've been enamored with the concept of small, quiet, yet capable PCs. AMD's proposed DTX...

Type: Feature article Tags: Motherboards Cases Cooling

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The Vista nerd rage feedback loop
— 3:46 PM on October 1, 2007

Ask anyone in the techie community about Windows Vista, and they'll tell you the same thing:...

Type: Blog post Tags: Operating systems Windows

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Vista upgrade thoughts
— 9:56 AM on February 28, 2007

I finally made the jump to Windows Vista earlier this month. To be honest, I couldn't wait to get away from Windows XP. As accustomed...

Type: Blog post Tags: Windows

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Windows Vista's new spin on licensing
— 12:21 AM on January 30, 2007

WE'VE HEARD ALL MANNER of tinfoil hattery about Windows Vista's schemes for copy protection,...

Type: Feature article Tags: Windows

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Vista testing begins... cautiously
— 2:14 PM on January 26, 2007

At long last, we have the final version of Windows Vista in house and have begun doing some testing with it. I've been following...

Type: Blog post Tags: Windows

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Microsoft versus Europe: Facts and fiction
— 6:35 PM on September 21, 2006

There's been a lot of trash-talking and a fair amount of misinformation about the European Commission's antitrust case against Microsoft lately. Some people go so...

Type: Blog post Tags: Windows

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A pair of water coolers compared
— 12:11 AM on April 19, 2006

FOR YEARS, WATER COOLING has been reserved for the most committed overclocking and...

Type: Feature article Tags: Cooling

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Zalman's CNPS9500 LED CPU cooler
— 12:44 AM on October 20, 2005

IT'S RARE THAT WE review CPU coolers at TR, but every so often...

Type: Feature article Tags: Cooling

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Microsoft WinHEC 2005
— 12:00 AM on April 29, 2005

Type: Feature article Tags: Windows

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Zalman's VF700 GPU coolers
— 12:00 AM on April 19, 2005

ENTHUSIASTS HAVE ALWAYS sought to improve performance. Traditionally, we've measured these improvements in...

Type: Feature article Tags: Cooling

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Zalman's CNPS7700-AlCu cooler
— 12:00 AM on December 30, 2004

WE DON'T COVER cooling products much here at TR, but every once in...

Type: Feature article Tags: Cooling

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Quieting a PC on the cheap
— 12:00 AM on July 1, 2004

LIKE DAMAGE AND DISSONANCE, I TOO find myself turning into an...

Type: Feature article Tags: Cases Cooling Miscellaneous

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Zalman's Reserator 1 fanless water cooler
— 12:00 AM on June 14, 2004

MY FASCINATION with quiet cooling started out innocently enough, but it's rapidly blossomed...

Type: Feature article Tags: Cooling

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Asetek's Vapochill CPU cooling system
— 12:05 AM on March 17, 2003

THERE IS A PHRASE well-known to anyone who has ever tried to make...

Type: Feature article Tags: Cases Cooling

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Zalman's ZM80A-HP passive GPU cooler
— 12:00 AM on February 13, 2003

NVIDIA'S GEFORCE FX has made it painfully clear that there's more to a...

Type: Feature article Tags: Cooling

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Ahanix's Iceberg water cooling system
— 12:00 AM on October 16, 2002

OVERCLOCKERS ARE ALWAYS LOOKING for something that will help them in their quest...

Type: Feature article Tags: Cooling

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TR's Windows performance comparison
— 1:33 AM on November 8, 2001

Let's face it, Windows XP, Microsoft's latest operating system, comes with a lot of...

Type: Feature article Tags: Windows

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