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Intel's X25-E Extreme solid-state drive
Intel's new X25-E Extreme SSD reads at 250MB/s, writes at 170MB/s, has near-instantaneous seek times, and may very well be the fastest drive you can...
New Asetek LCLC liquid cooler supports the Core i7
What's better than blowing your savings on a top-of-the-line PC? Blowing your savings on a top-of-the-line PC that has fancy liquid cooling, of course. Asetek...
Western Digital's VelociRaptor VR150 hard drive
Few hard drives are iconic as Western Digital's Raptor, and now there's a new one: the VelociRaptor VR150. Read on to see if a...
Overclocking Intel's Xeon X3320 processor
The Xeon X3320 shares the same 45nm Penryn core as the Core 2 Quad Q9300, but with a lower operating voltage that hints at greater...
NZXT intros gaming case with six fans, E-ATX support
PC gamers often stick with bigger brands like Antec and Cooler Master for their enclosure needs, but some folks may be enticed by a new...
OCZ touts bigger, meaner Vendetta processor cooler
Aside from memory products, power supplies, and brain-control thingies, OCZ also dabbles in cooling hardware. The company has made another stride in that...
|Corsair's Graphite Series 380T case reviewed||5|
|Steam's in-home streaming accelerated by GeForce GPUs||3|
|Apple sets date for expected iPhone 6 reveal||11|
|This 8'' Windows 8.1 tablet will cost only $149||30|
|Amazon sale discounts hundreds of downloadable PC games||52|
|Samsung's DDR4 modules for servers have quadruple-stacked memory dies||30|
|Wednesday Evening Shortbread||43|
|Asus shows glimpse of ZenWatch; Apple 'wearable' coming Sept 9||24|
|Zotac's ''Pico'' PC runs Windows, slips into a pocket||78|
|Now we can lose our data 8TB at a time.||+44|