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By now you should have seen the performance of a GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB. Now what if we told you there's a faster, overclocked version of that available? Interested to know more? Read on as we give the lowdown on Foxconn's GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB Overclocked Edition.
Cooler Master's new Aquagate Duo Viva kit offers dedicated liquid cooling performance for high-end dual graphics SLI and CrossFire systems.
MSI's new P6N SLI Platinum is a mid-range performance gaming motherboard based on the NVIDIA nForce 650i SLI chipset. With SLI support, enhanced 1333MHz FSB, all solid capacitor design, we were quite impressed with what the board had to offer. Check out our review here.
If you are getting spoilt by the possibilities offered by 3G connection then Nokia's plans for 2007 will only spoil you even more. Be prepared to welcome a slew of Nokia handsets offering GPS, maps, mobile videos, fast Internet search and location based services.
DirectX 10 graphics card belonged to the group of elites last year. That's all changing now with Vista launched and NVIDIA filling a void in its lineup with the 'new' GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB SKU. How does a speedy GPU fare when strapped with less than optimum memory? We find out in this article.
The HP Pavilion xb3000 Notebook Expansion Base empowers compatible notebooks with enhanced multimedia abilities, a pair of Altec Lansing speakers and larger storage options. Owners of new HP notebooks should read this.
Microsoft has finally introduced a mouse meant for gamers. Produced in partnership with Razer, the Habu inherits the best of both worlds - Razer precision and Microsoft comfort.
The Sony Ericsson W880i is a slim phone WALKMAN phone with excellent build quality. It's also the thinnest 3G phone to emerge from Sony Ericsson to date.
Total wattage output of PSUs have grown along with the increasing power demands of PCs. FSP's latest high-end model, the Epsilon 700, tries to balance between performance and value.
The new Gigabyte GA-N680SLI-DQ6 motherboard will hit retail shelves soon and we've managed to snag one for some first hand experience. Based on the nForce 680i SLI chipset, this monster comes with the kitchen sink bolted on. You may not need such a board ever, but it sure gives you some boasting rights.