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Life in the lab with Noctua's CPU coolers
We rarely review CPU coolers here at TR, but we've spent a few months working with a trio of Noctua designs that are really quite...
Windows 8 and the marginalization of geeks
On Tuesday, Microsoft made the Windows 8 Developer Preview available publicly without demanding so much as a Windows Live login name and password in return....
The making of Damagebox 2011
I'll admit to being like the proverbial plumber with a leaky sink. When it comes to my own primary personal computer, I've been borderline neglectful...
Exploring the impact of memory speed on Sandy Bridge performance
K-Series Sandy Bridge CPUs have unlocked memory multipliers that make it easy to take advantage of faster memory modules. We explore performance with...
A quick look at Corsair's A50 and A70 CPU coolers
Corsair has broadened its portfolio with a pair of reasonably priced CPU heatsinks. We take a quick look at what the A50 and A70...
Battle of the elements: air vs. water CPU cooler showdown
Water cooling is typically complicated and expensive, but you can now buy factory-sealed, all-in-one kits for little more than a high-end air cooler. Join...
Trying out Windows 7's XP Mode
Late last month, Microsoft revealed plans to offer a free Windows XP virtualization solution to users of Windows 7 Professional and Ultimate. In a...
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