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  • Keeping Your CPU Going If Your Cooler Fails
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    Keeping Your CPU Going If Your Cooler Fails

    Processors have had a long history often checkered with heat emergencies. When CPUs first broke the Gigahertz line, huge heat sinks and powerful fan...

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  • Cooler Master CM690 : The happy medium?
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    Cooler Master CM690 : The happy medium?

    Briefly after having released its Cosmos case (quite evolved, highly priced and already tested in our columns), Cooler Master has released a much mo...

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  • How Cool Are Thermalright's Graphics Card Coolers?
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    How Cool Are Thermalright's Graphics Card Coolers?

    Thermalright is known for making some excellent CPU and VGA coolers, so of course we are always interested in seeing what new products they bring to...

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  • Extreme FSB: Taking the E6750 Beyond 4 GHz
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    Extreme FSB: Taking the E6750 Beyond 4 GHz

    Intel promises noticeable performance gains from its new FSB1333 bus, currently available on Core 2 series 6x50 processors. There have been mixed re...

  • Scientists develop heat transistor that someday could cool chips
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    Scientists develop heat transistor that someday could c...

    The cooling needs of tomorrow's semiconductors, those which keep pace with Moore's Law, will grow to extremes

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  • Radical CPU Coolers from CoolIT
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    Radical CPU Coolers from CoolIT

    With its Freezone and Eliminator coolers, CoolIT brings hybrid Peltier/liquid cooling to the masses. How do the two coolers stand up against cooling s...

  • Seagate introduces power-saving Cheetah NS enterprise drives
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    Seagate introduces power-saving Cheetah NS enterprise d...

    Seagate has spun down its 15k-RPM Cheetah drives and transformed them into bigger and cooler Cheetah NS hard drives

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  • SilentFlux mixes radiators and CPU coolers
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    SilentFlux mixes radiators and CPU coolers

    Taipei TAIWAN - SilentFlux is trying to reinvent CPU coolers by taking a cue from car radiators. The SilentFlux ATX coolers are fashioned out of alumi...

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  • Computex 2007 Day 1: Coolers and Power Supplies
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    Computex 2007 Day 1: Coolers and Power Supplies

    The first day of Computex held some surprises for us. We saw various useful and useless cases, new cooling solutions, and a plethora of power supplies...

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  • OCZ accelerates Reaper memory to 1150 MHz
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    OCZ accelerates Reaper memory to 1150 MHz

    Performance memory maker today announced an upgraded version of its "Reaper" memory, which comes with an attached heatpipe cooling system.

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