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Restrictions on Windows 8 in-place upgrades detailed
— 6:00 AM on June 29, 2012

Windows 8's retail release is fast approaching. Unless the new Metro user interface gives you a rash, you might be thinking of upgrading—and an in-place...

Type: News story Tags: Operating systems Windows

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Liquid cooling chills supercomputer, warms surrounding buildings
— 11:46 AM on June 19, 2012

Thanks in part to the popularity of closed-loop water coolers, liquid cooling is becoming more and more prevalent in high-end desktop PCs. Servers are...

Type: News story Tags: Cooling Servers

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Corsair intros full line of cooling fans
— 1:59 PM on June 12, 2012

Computex — Corsair's lineup includes cases, coolers, and PSUs, all of which incorporate fans. I suppose it was only a matter of time before the...

Type: News story Tags: Cooling

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Nano-ceramic bearing powers new Spire fan
— 12:49 PM on June 12, 2012

Computex — Fancy cooling fans tend to be expensive, but Spire's latest is set to retail for only $13. We checked out the new Nano-Bearing...

Type: News story Tags: Cooling

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Report: Windows RT to cost device makers $85-90
— 9:51 AM on June 12, 2012

Windows RT tablets could be an expensive proposition when they arrive this fall. VR-Zone spoke to multiple tablet vendors at the Computex trade show last...

Type: News story Tags: Mobile computing Operating systems

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Apple shows iOS 6, preps Mountain Lion for July
— 2:41 PM on June 11, 2012

This morning's WWDC conference wasn't all about new MacBooks. Apple also unveiled iOS 6, the next version of its mobile operating system for iDevices, and...

Type: News story Tags: Mobile computing Operating systems Mac

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Five fans cool Super Overclocked GeForce GTX 680
— 9:06 AM on June 10, 2012

Computex — This year's Computex show was filled with hot-clocked graphics cards. Some featured custom cooling solutions with one fan, others had two, and...

Type: News story Tags: Graphics Cooling

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BitFenix shows off prodigious Mini-ITX enclosure
— 8:55 AM on June 9, 2012

Computex — TR readers seemed pretty enthusiastic when BitFenix announced its Prodigy enclosure a couple of weeks ago, so we stopped by the company's...

Type: News story Tags: Cases Cooling

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Noctua explains active noise cancellation tech
— 11:16 PM on June 8, 2012

Computex — We probably should have scheduled our Computex meeting with Noctua earlier in the week, before my brain had been turned to mush after...

Type: News story Tags: Cooling

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Enermax dips into liquid cooling
— 10:26 PM on June 8, 2012

Computex — Perhaps because Intel's Sandy Bridge-E CPUs ship without heatsinks (and with toasty 130W TDPs), we've seen an awful lot of water coolers at...

Type: News story Tags: CPUs Cooling

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EVGA's hot-clocked GTX 680 features massive blower
— 9:10 AM on June 8, 2012

Computex — Graphics cards based on Nvidia's GeForce GTX 680 are all over Computex. Every graphics card maker we've visited has had at least...

Type: News story Tags: Graphics Cooling

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It's official: Microsoft offers Windows 8 upgrade discounts
— 6:00 AM on June 4, 2012

The rumors were true: as of last Saturday, buying a Windows 7 PC may entitle you to a cheap upgrade to Windows 8. Microsoft...

Type: News story Tags: Operating systems Windows

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Windows 8 Release Preview now available
— 3:33 PM on May 31, 2012

Microsoft teased an early June debut for the Windows 8 Release Preview last month, but I guess it decided to pull the trigger early....

Type: News story Tags: Operating systems Windows

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RotoSub brings active noise cancellation to Noctua fans
— 12:19 PM on May 31, 2012

Noctua builds some very nice cooling gear, including several kinds of low-noise fans. We've spoken with the company at length about all the little...

Type: News story Tags: Cooling

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Microsoft may kill Start menu hacks for Windows 8
— 9:54 AM on May 31, 2012

In Windows 8, Microsoft is killing the Start menu and replacing it with the Metro Start screen. That move essentially forces users to dance back...

Type: News story Tags: Operating systems Windows

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Poll: What will happen first?
— 12:39 PM on May 30, 2012

It's time to peer into our crystal balls and predict the future. There are a number of things in the tech industry that should—or at...

Poll Question: • What will happen first?

Type: News story Tags: CPUs Graphics Storage Operating systems

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Windows 8 may have Flash in Metro after all
— 6:00 AM on May 24, 2012

Last September, after many months of unwavering HTML5 advocacy, Microsoft announced that the Metro version of Internet Explorer in Windows 8 wouldn't support Adobe...

Type: News story Tags: Internet Operating systems Windows

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Win8 taskbar, mouse tracking tweaked for multi-monitor configs
— 12:06 PM on May 22, 2012

Think Windows 8 is optimized solely for touchscreen displays? Think again. In its Building Windows 8 Blog, Microsoft has detailed numerous enhancements...

Type: News story Tags: Displays Operating systems

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