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Gigabyte GeForce GT220

If you happen to be one of the many people affected by the US economy, then you really don't have money to throw around. You may be looking to upgrade from your current onboard graphics, or want to upgrade your card. Either way the GT220 may be a great option for you. This card has the power to play all of the latest games, but does not include the high price tag of higher end cards. Granted this card will not perform as well as a higher end card, but playing the game is enough for some. The GT220 is certainly a great option for anyone who fits into one of those categories. Today we have the Gigabyte version of the card. Gigabyte has long been known as a quality vender. They have even chosen to include an aftermarket cooler on their GT220. This not only allows the card to run cooler, but it also allows the card to overclock more. This can lead to higher frame rates. These higher frame rates are all free to you, so why not overclock some? Lets take a closer look at this card. Via [<a href="" target="new">Bjorn3D</a>]

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HIS Radeon HD 5850 1GB Video Card Review

With word really beginning to get around that the new GT 300 based NVIDIA cards aren't going to be seen this year, it really gives AMD a chance to cement its HD 5000 series cards into the market. The latest HD 5000 series card to make its way into our labs is the HD 5850 and comes from HIS. We've already had a look at the model before and we've been pretty happy with what ATI has done with the card. Today we'll be seeing what HIS have done to the bundle and card to see if there's anything that stands out from other models. Via [<a href="" target="new">TweakTown</a>]

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Athlon II X3 435 Triple Core Processor Review

<center><img src="" width="320" height="240"></center><br /> With the ongoing buzz of people worrying about the economy and their own funds, the term "low budget" is becoming used far more often. Today, we are going to be looking at AMD's Athlon II X3 435 processor. The Athlon II X3 435 has 1.5MBs of L2 Cache per core and is a 95W (45nm) processor. It supports all the same features found in the rest of the Athlon II processors (X2, X3 and X4 alike). However, AMD's larger aim is based on it's price point. With a amazing sub $90 price there should be no reason not to take a second look at the new Athlon II CPUs, especially if you are on a budget. Via [<a href="" target="new">TechwareLabs</a>]

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ASRock M3A785GXH/128M Motherboard Review

The ASRock M3A785GXH128M uses a 4+1 Phase power design. While this might be a red flag for some, we were able to overclock a 140W Phenom II X4 965 to a vCore of 1.55v with just a simple 80mm fan blowing across the MOSFETs. With a BIOS made for overclocking and AMD's awesome OverDrive at our disposal we were able to squeeze an extra 500mhz out of our Phenom II X4 965 Black edition Processor. Even with bare MOSFETS we had no trouble cranking up the voltage to 1.52v. and were able to reach 3.9GHz! Via [<a href="" target="new">Legit Reviews</a>]

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LiteON iHAS424 Dual-Layer DVD Writer Review

For a good example of the features a modern optical drive should have, look no further than the Lite-On iHAS424 DL-DVD burner. It's got everything you'd expect from a DVD-writer, including dual-layer DVD writing and reading, compatibility with both + and - formats, as well as support for lightscribe label burning if you have photosensitive media. Of course, it'll also read and write CD-Rs and CD-RWs. Via [<a href="" target="new"></a>]

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Toshiba Satellite T135 Win 7 CULV Notebook Review

We're seeing more and more CULV notebooks hit the market these days. The growing sector of Consumer Ultra Low Voltage machines attempts to bridge the gap between lower cost netbooks and full-size notebooks, offering a more powerful chip than the ubiquitous Atom options we see in netbooks, but one that consumes less power than the mainstream Core 2 Duo processors we see in many full-size notebooks. The Toshiba Satellite T100 Series fits in the CULV segment and attempts to offer the comfort and convenience of a standard laptop in an ultra-thin package. As the larger model in the T100 series, the T135 we look at ths in article features Windows 7, a 13.3-inch widescreen display and measures only 1.35 inches at its thickest point... Via [<a href="" target="new"></a>]

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Synology DS209 Advance NAS Enclosures

The power supply is the foundation of any computer. Without it, all that expensive, high-performance gear just sits idle. You can go without a case. Some people do. However, none of those bells and whistles are going to make a peep, if you don't have a power supply. Not only that, but you should never skimp on your power supply. I've seen more than a few computers taken out by a failing PSU. I've even seen one catch fire at a Lan Party I was attending. The site of a grown man crying isn't pretty. It is especially ugly when all of his friends are playing video games and making fun of him. This is the age of digital media and mass storage. Digital downloading is present in many homes via sites like iTunes and Rhapsody. Many people have digital cameras and high definition video cameras. We need massive storage capacities in order to save the large formats raw or in jpeg. Let's not forget about the large amounts of space these video camera video files can take up. You're going to need a place to keep all that data. That device is the Synology DS209 which we will be reviewing next. Via [<a href="" target="new">Pro-Clockers</a>]

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Sapphire HD 5750 1 GB GDDR5 Review

Sapphire's HD 5750 is priced competitively below $150 and offers all the new features like DirectX 11, AMD Eyefinity, native HDMI & DP and more. Even though the cooler does not look like it, it works extremely well and keeps the card cool and very quiet. We were also able to overclock our sample by more than 20% which essentialy brings the HD 5750's performance to levels of the HD 5770. Via [<a href="" target="new">techPowerUp</a>]

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nMedia HTPC 8000 Wood Case Review

<center><img src=""></center><br /> Wood is much easier to work with than steel. With a few simple tools, you can create a very solid PC case, and if you use high quality wood then it can look very sophisticated when stained. But many people aren't interested in modding today, and you can buy just about everything pre-modded with the exception of the wood case. nMedia has identified this niche and delivered a Home Theater PC made almost entirely out of wood, and has a classic look similar to many "retro" radio or audio consoles you see on QVC. Not only does this case have a classic look, but it is large enough to handle most PC hardware, and has all the connections and ports you need for a good home theater appliance. Via [<a href="" target="new"></a>]

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GARDEN GROVE, California, Oct 28, 2009 – Zalman celebrates the 10th anniversary of Zalman Tech Co., Ltd., the headquarters based in South Korea. For the whole month of November, Zalman will hold variety of events with plentiful prizes on its FORUM website, launching on the 1st of November. The ten-week long celebration will put spurs on gaining popularity with the release of new CNPS10X series, newly developed high end CPU coolers. The series give three choices – 10X Quiet, 10X Extreme, and 10X Flex – in terms of each of featured purpose. For more information, refer to the Zalman USA website.

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