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Not all thermal pastes are the same. In this head-to-head review we will find out how these better-than-average thermal mediums perform.


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:.Logitech AudioHub Notebook Speakers @ CoolTechZone
Logitech's Product Managers have become the tech industry's rock stars who deserve to have their autographs taken from consumers worldwide. Give it enough time, and it may just happen.

:.Logitech z-5300e THX-Certified 5.1 Speakers @ ocmodshop
One of their most proven sets is the Z-5300e THX Certified 5.1 Speaker System. THX certification means that you're not just getting Logitech's word on it, but also George Lucas' seal-of-approval that these speakers deliver.

.:Cases & Cooling

:.Gigabyte iSOLO 210 @ techPowerUp
The Gigabyte iSOLO 210 represents the company's newest mid-range product. At a price of just under $100 it comes with a very solid aluminum and steel front, a great design and a screwless installation system.

:.ZEROtherm Hurricane HC92 CU 8800 @ XSReviews
We have tested several of ZEROtherm's coolers in the past, with some of their GPU offerings proving to be well worth a buy. Today we have something that's designed to deal with the 8800 series' inefficient, noisy, stock cooler; The Hurricane HC92.

:.Antec P190 @ ThinkComputers
The P190 combines 2 Antec power supplies with the P190 chassis giving you an all-in-one powerful system. This is the first time we have seen a dual-power supply design so it will be interesting to see how it works. Let's see what the P190 has in store for us!

:.Antec Fusion Black 430 @ Bjorn3D


:.Logitech G9 3200 dpi Laser USB Gaming Mouse @ Benchmark Reviews
Ever since I first laid my hand on the funny pointing device attached to the Apple Mac back in the forth grade, I felt that computers would always seem to be approachable. I think that most of us probably started this way, and eventually learned our way around the rest of the landscape. Times have changed, and now many of us require, nay demand, something more from our peripheral hardware than simple functions.


:.ASUS G1S 15.4" Gaming Notebook @ techgage
Despite having a number of models available, ASUS is still not a name that's synonymous with notebooks. But one thing is certain, they don't push out poorly designed products. We are taking a look at a perfect example of what a quality notebook should be, with the G1S gaming series.

:.Computer Building Guide (part 1 of 2) @ RBMods
This is the first of a two part series on how to build a computer. Part one provides general tips for
choosing components for the new computer. Part two goes through the steps of integrate these components
together into a computer.

.:Motherboards & Memory

:.GIGABYTE GA-P31-DS3L @ Virtual-Hideout
Intel has two chipsets in the P3x family, the Intel P35 Express and the P31 Express. The P35 Express is designed for higher performance platforms, with support for DDR2 or DDR3 memory and the ICH9 series Southbridge. The P31 being tailored for budget systems, only supports DDR2 memory and features Intel's older ICH7 series Southbridge. However the P31 has one major advantage price. Today I'll be reviewing Gigabyte's GA-P31-DS3L platform based on the Intel P31 chipset. Let's dig in and see how this board stacks up.

:.OCZ Platinum r2 DDR2-800 2GB Memory Kit @ TheTechLounge
OCZ plays the high-end game almost exclusively, and has innovation and performance marks to back up the company's rep. Given all that, their Platinum series is about as vanilla as they scoop. No SLI EPP features, no Vista certification, no extreme heatspreaders or water blocks; just sleek, downright minimalist looks, and a bar they, themselves, have set high.

.:Power Supply

:.Akasa PowerMax 1000w @ driverheaven
The PowerMax 1000W unit promises high power output, low noise operation and high efficiency in one unit.


:.Kingwin Z1 Drive Enclosure @ overclockercafe
Sliding the outer shell of the internal drive frame was tight but not so much so as to warrant complaint. With the internal frame all the way out, we see how our drive mounts in and slides back into the outer cover. One thing that struck me as odd was cooling; no cooling fan and no appreciable vents to speak of. Hard drives can get very hot and without any real cooling we plan on putting the screws to the Kingwin Z1.


:.Entry level VGA round-up, 7 Geforce 8400GS compared @ Madshrimps
Home users and budget minded enthusiasts have been getting watered down version of high end hardware for years now, the latest Geforce 8 series recently got the same treatment, with NVIDIA introducing the 8400GS part, this lowly priced VGA card comes HDTV ready (for HTPC usage) and has a GPU with DX10 compatibility.

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