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Video Review #637: HIS X1800XT OC DL-DVI VIVO 512MB PCIe Video Card


Video Review #646: SilverStone Temjin TJ07 Case


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Video Review #649: ATI All-In-Wonder X1900 256MB PCIE Video Card


Video Review #652: Thermaltake Tide Water Video Card Water Cooling

The Thermaltake Tide Water (VGA Liquid Cooling Module) is the first of its kind. Currently there is nothing like it on the market. With modern Video Cards getting faster and faster, they can get really hot. At default speeds this is fine, but if you are overclocking, something else is required. This is a perfect option for anyone needing to get their Video Card's core to its peek performance. Watch the Video to find out more...

Video Review #653: Ultra Aluminus ATX Mid-Tower Case

The Ultra Aluminus ATX Mid-Tower Case is a familiar design and is used by many companies. This case though is made from lightweight aluminum and has a high gloss black paint finish. It's an excellent choice for modding or LAN parties. Air circulation is great, but two optional 120mm fans are required. There are plenty of drive bays and it even has a removable motherboard tray. This product has looks and functionality to boot. Watch the Video to find out more...

Video Review #655: EVGA e-GeForce 7300GS 256MB PCI-E Video Card

The EVGA e-GeForce 7300GS 256MB PCI-E Video Card is a wonderful product for anyone who requires a very quiet Home Theater PC. With its passive cooling feature, it's completely silent. This product comes loaded with most of the current technologies like CineFX 4 graphics engine, Intellisample 4.0, TurboCache, PureVideo, and supports DirectX 9.0 Shader Model 3. Performance is reasonable, but this clearly is not a hardcore gamer's card. Watch the Video to find out more...

Video Review #656: Thermaltake Tribe Case

The Thermaltake Tribe is an external CPU water cooling kit. These external kits make it easy for anyone to get into water cooling. Even novice users can easily use this kit. It includes a quiet 120mm fan, aluminum radiator w/ copper pipes, quiet pump, CPU waterblock and more. The block is versatile and can be installed on any current Intel or AMD motherboard. This product gets high marks on ease of use, affordability, and overall performance! Watch the Video to find out more...

Video Review #657: EVGA e-GeForce 7900GT CO SC 256MB PCI-E Video Card

The EVGA e-GeForce 7900GT CO SC 256MB PCI-E Video Card is a fantastic product that performs brilliantly. To make the best of it, the video card is well priced. Considering the performance vs. price, it has exceptional bang for the buck. The only video card faster is the GTX series of cards, but they are expensive. This product is loaded with features and is even SLI ready for the hardcore gamer. The time to upgrade is now! Watch the Video to find out more...

Video Review #661: Zalman TNN 300 Compact Fanless Case

The Zalman TNN 300 Compact Fanless Case is a marvel! This case sets a new standard for silent microATX design. The way Zalman has implemented heatpipes and heatsinks in this case is nothing short of brilliant. The overall quality and looks are also exceptional. Let's not forget this is an all aluminum case. Those who demand the best and need their computers silent will defiantly drool over this product. If you would rather a standard ATX case, Zalman has the TNN 500 model. Watch the Video to find out more...

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Video Review #664: Connect3D X1900XT Video Card

If you wish to play the latest games with all the eye candy enabled on a widescreen display, a very fast Video Card is required. The Connect3D X1900 XT 512MB GDDRIII with dual DVI-I and VIVO is just that card. It loaded with the technologies and 512MB of GDDR3 memory gives this card a clear advantage. In a single configuration it's hardcore enough, but for the gamer that needs the fastest setup, it is also Crossfire ready. This is one product that can handle any graphically demanding game. Watch the Video to find out more..

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Sony's OLED TVs on hold

Nobody, least of all Sony, ever said it would be easy to start cranking out OLED TVs. It doesn't help matters to be in a financial crunch.

So it should come as little surprise that according to a report in Tuesday's Wall Street Journal (subscriber access only), losses in Sony's TV division are driving the electronics giant to put a hold on future OLEDs TVs.


Sony shows off its OLED TVs at CES 2007. That's a 27-inch model in the middle; all the others are 11-inch models.
(Credit: Michael Kanellos/CNET)

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