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HIS HD 6850 1GB GDDR5 Video Card rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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The HIS HD 6850 1GB GDDR5 Video Card is one of the best bang for the buck video cards out there. While it doesn't scream performance it is affordable and is jam packed full of features. Get a couple of these in a Crossfire setup and you're rockin'.


 

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HIS HD 6870 Turbo 1GB GDDR5 Video Card might be considered mid-range, but it performs extremely well and is loaded with features. If you don't want to break the bank, but need an amazing video card, this is it. No matter if it's games, movies or other multi-display applications, this video card rocks.


 

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Microsoft Patents OS Shutdown

I just want to know what could have happened if someone else was given the copyrights for Windows Shutdown? Would we be forced to hit the switch or go into standby mode? lol

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The HIS HD 5870 2GB GDDR5 Eyefinity 6 Video Card is jam packed with amazing features, technologies and has the ability to run up 6 displays. The core speed on this product is 850MHz and the 1GB of GDDR5 256 bit memory is 4.8GHz DDR. It comes with 1600 stream processing units for vertex, pixel and geometry data, 80 texture units and 32 raster operators. The pixel fillrate is 27.2 Gpixels/sec, texture fillrate is 68GTexels/s and the memory bandwidth is 153.6GB/s.


 

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The HIS HD 5830 iCooler V Turbo 1GB GDDR5 Video Card is one of the best bang for the buck videos cards on the market. The core speed on this product is 840MHz and the 1GB of GDDR5 256 bit memory is 4.4GHz DDR. It comes with 1120 stream processing units for vertex, pixel and geometry data, 56 texture units and 16 raster operators. The pixel fillrate is 13.4Gpixels/sec, texture fillrate is 47GTexels/s and the memory bandwidth is 140.8GB/s.


 

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If you're in the market for the fastest single GPU Video Card, this is it! The core speed on this product is 875MHz and the 1GB of GDDR5 256 bit memory is 4.9GHz DDR. It comes with 1600 stream processing units for vertex, pixel and geometry data, 80 texture units and 32 raster operators. The pixel fillrate is 28Gpixels/sec, texture fillrate is 70Texels/s and the memory bandwidth is 156.8GB/s.


 

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Windows 7 A Battery Hog, Users Complain

Microsoft's Windows 7 is sucking the life out of laptops and netbooks at a faster rate than its predecessors, according to computer users who posted their complaints on a support forum maintained by the software maker.

Some users are complaining that the operating system is draining their batteries at an alarming rate, while others say the OS is issuing false alerts, warning them that their batteries are about to run dry despite having a full charge.

"Unbelievable!" wrote forum member RVBoston, in a post Wednesday.

Windows 7 System Image Disc Recovery

"Very recently Benchmark Reviews published the Microsoft Windows 7 Upgrade and Installation guide, which helps erase the mistakes made by Windows Vista and introduces computer enthusiasts to the newly introduced O/S. Microsoft has enjoyed a successful launch for their Windows 7 Operating System, also referred to at Win7 or W7, and PCs have been made more productive and secure as a result. But like all good things that we receive, it's in our nature to protect and keep them.

Reminder: Windows 7 RC shutdowns

This is a reminder post for all the Windows 7 users still using the Release Candidate (build 7100) that was released to the public in May 2009. Bi-hourly shutdowns of this build will begin on March 1, 2010, or four weeks from today. This means that the user will be told to install a released version of Windows and their PC will shut down automatically every two hours. On June 1, 2010, if you are still on the Windows 7 RC, your license will expire and the non-genuine experience will be triggered.

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