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If you are looking for physically small mobile HDD, this might be just the one for you...


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:.AMD Phenom X4, Intel X48 and Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9770 @ Digit-Life
Today we test the new generation of platforms from Intel and AMD. The first is represented by the 3.2 GHz quad-core Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9770 processor with a new 45-nm Yorkfield core and the Intel X48 chipset. The second is represented by the engineering sample of the newest 2.4 GHz AMD Phenom X4 quad-core processor.

:.AMD Athlon 64 5000+ X2 Black Edition @ neoseeker
Getting to 3.2GHz with the AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000+ Black Edition was trivial. No need to do anything except change the multiplier to 16 - and presto, you have a X2 6400+! But moving beyond 3.2GHz... now that was a journey. But in the end, it was a succesful journey. The best stable overclock I was able to achieve was a very pleasing 3.396GHz. This was achieved by running the chip at 12x283MHz, and the memory at 849MHz.


:.Razer Lachesis Mouse & Lycosa Keyboard @ 3dgameman
The Razer Lachesis mouse has a sleek design that's very comfortable to hold and comes with nine programmable hyperesponse buttons. There's the main left and right click Ultra-large non-slip buttons, two buttons on the left side, two buttons on the right side, two buttons at the top and a scroll wheel button. This mouse is kinda large and might not fit some hands.

:.Logitech G9 Laser Gaming Mouse @ Virtual-Hideout
While Logitech is no slouch when it comes to mice, (they've been making mice for over 20 years) they have been facing increasing competition from other manufacturers who also have mice heavily marketed towards gamers. With the market awash in so many gaming mice, each seemingly offering the same features such as extra buttons, adjustable DPI and accurate laser tracking, Logitech decided to go back to the drawing board and come up with something that would stand out in the crowd. The result was the G9, the successor to the G5 and G7 mice.

.:Mobile Phones

:.HTC Touch Dual @ hardwarezone
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:.ASUS M3A32-MVP DeLuxe/WiFi-AP @ Hardware Secrets
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.:Power Supply

:.Thermaltake Toughpower 1200W Modular Power Supply @ ThinkComputers
Out of all of the 1000W+ power supplies that we have checked out there was one that stood out among all of the rest, the Thermaltake ToughPower 1000W Modular Power Supply. Today we have its big brother the ToughPower 1200W. It is basically the same power supply just beefed up with 200W more power. We will see if the extra 200W affects the performance of the ToughPower or if it will be flawless just like the 1000W.

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:.Hiper Type M 4M630 PSU @ driverheaven
Hiper were first known within enthusiast cycles for their Type-R PSU series released back in early 2005. We reviewed two of these units a few weeks ago and found them to be good products. That said, the Type-R units were marketed firmly at enthusiasts and could not compete against aggressively priced units in the value conscious sector. To address this Hiper introduced the Type-M series back in early 2007. We have a Hiper Type-M 630W unit for review today.


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:.Seagate Barracuda ES.2 1TB Hard Drive @ t-break
Gone are the days when a Terrabyte of storage in one drive was something you'd get all giddy about. Seagate brings us their fastest and highest capacity drive and we love it.


:.GeCube Radeon HD 3850 X-Turbo III 512 MB @ techPowerUp
AMD's new Radeon HD 3850 has been a major upgrade in both performance and efficiency. GeCube has taken the reference design and increased the clock speeds. They also doubled the available memory to 512 MB GDDR3 and use a two slot cooler on the card. But can this yield enough performance to warranty a $30 price premium? We compare it to 17 other video cards.

:.HANNS.G HG281DPB 28-Inch Widescreen LCD Monitor @ BmR
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:.ATI Radeon HD 3870 CrossFire @ Legit Reviews
The ATI Radeon HD 3870 was a solid performer in all of the benchmarks we tested and was able to run all the DirectX 10 game titles we threw at it with no problems at all. The CrossFire drivers still need some help on certain games, but hopefully that will clear up in the next couple driver releases. The Radeon HD 3870 was hands down a faster card than a Radeon HD 3850, but you'll pay for the extra performance. Is the Radeon HD 3870 worth the extra $60...

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