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Manufacturer: Sapphire
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Sapphire takes on the AMD Radeon HD 3650

The AMD Radeon HD 3650 is a mid-range low cost GPU aimed at the under $100 market of graphics cards. Sapphire is one of the AMD's best partners and is known for taking their products and making them better than reference design. But does the HD 3650 have the power to take on NVIDIA's 8600 GTS cards?

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Manufacturer: General
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The ray tracing debate continues

Crytek's CEO Cevat Yerli sat with us to answer some questions on the topic of ray tracing, its future in gaming and how Intel's push into hardware ray tracing might be affecting the way games are made.

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Manufacturer: BFG Tech
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9800 GTX with a Twist

BFG is taking the 9800 GTX a step further by bumping up the core, shader and memory clocks quite a bit in the new OCX model. Come see if these new record G92 speeds are going to be worth your money.

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Subject: Mobile
Manufacturer: Asus
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More of the same, but more appealing

The ASUS Eee PC may not be for everyone but with a new Windows XP version that maintains the same $399 price point it might find a way into your home whether you originally were interested or not.

Manufacturer: BFG Tech
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Introduction and Features

BFG’s new ES-800 features variable frequency conversion to maximize efficiency and it can deliver up to 780W on the +12V outputs with zero load on the +3.3V and +5V rails. Sound interesting? Read on!

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Subject: Processors
Manufacturer: Intel
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Pre-Olympics Fanfare

Intel's IDF show is starting this morning in Shanghai and details of Intel's Atom release are finally creeping in. Though we don't have the full details on the architecture quite yet, we do have some interesting information about it to share.

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Manufacturer: BFG Tech
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9800 GTX > 8800 GTS > 8800 GT

NVIDIA is pumping out new products like they are going out of style...so are they? The new 9800 GTX does not bring us anything that we haven't seen before but better performance and lower prices is always a plus. Oh, and 3-Way SLI is always fun to test!

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Subject: Processors
Manufacturer: AMD
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AMD's badly needed upgrade

Since the revelation that AMD's first Phenom processors had an erratum in them the company has worked around the clock to get a fix out in the form of a new B3 stepping of the CPU core. They are here and not only fix the bug but increase clock speeds and performance to boot!

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Manufacturer: XFX
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Quad SLI Technology

NVIDIA is taking another swing at Quad SLI this time with the 9800 GX2 graphics card. Can it succeed where the 7950 GX2 failed and can it best the impressive feature set that we saw with the AMD CrossFireX technology?

Manufacturer: Thermaltake
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Features and Specifications

A radical case, designed for elite gaming enthusiasts. The first part of this review will cover the limited edition enclosure and later in Part 2 we will take a detailed look at the optional water-cooling system.

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Subject: Motherboards
Manufacturer: Gigabyte
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Introduction and Specifications

Gigabyte brings the first X48 motherboard to our testing lab and shows what the updated Intel chipset can do. They are also introducing a new energy saving technology on this and other Gigabyte motherboards so come see if it lives up to the claims.

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Subject: Motherboards
Manufacturer: eVGA
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Introduction and 790i Features

NVIDIA is on a tear with new product releases this month and their next offering is a new core logic chipset for Intel processors called the nForce 790i Ultra SLI. Yes, both Ultra and SLI. Adding DDR3 and native PCI Express support this new chipset from NVIDIA could be the best yet.

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Manufacturer: XFX
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NVIDIA revisits dual-GPU graphics boards

NVIDIA has classed up their card line up with a new product that is both powerful for gaming and easy on the eyes with a unique completely enclosed cooling design. You might want to keep that credit card with your better half though before heading in to read.

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Subject: Processors
Manufacturer: Intel
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Intel IDF Preview

Intel gave some new information to the press about Tukwila, Dunnington, Nehalem and Larrabee this morning and we present that for you all to see. We of course include some of our commentary on the subjects as well.

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Manufacturer: General
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Ray tracing for more than rendering

John Carmack sat down to talk with us about the current world in graphics including all the discussion about Intel and ray tracing, what id has in mind for the next engine following id Tech 5 / Rage and how the multi-GPU world is panning out.

Manufacturer: PC Power & Cooling
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Introduction and Features

The latest Turbo-Cool features 860W of clean, stable power in a compact chassis and was designed for professional users and high-end gamers alike.

Manufacturer: Cooler Master
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Features and Specifications

The Cosmos is back-in-black and looking better than ever. While retaining many of the great features from the original, the S version features more advanced styling and enhanced cooling.

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Manufacturer: NVIDIA
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Another take on ray tracing

Ray tracing and rasterization: the battle rages on. We have heard from Intel several times on the value that ray tracing offers to the gaming community but until now the other GPU giants have been silent. NVIDIA's Chief Scientist David Kirk sat down with us to answer a few questions.

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Subject: Chipsets
Manufacturer: AMD
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A whole new AMD chipset

The AMD 780G chipset combines powerful integrated graphics, an improved SB700 south bridge and support for Athlon X2 and Phenom processors to offer by far the best IGP solution we have seen yet. And Hybrid CrossFire might just make 780G worth while for more than you might think.

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Subject: Mobile
Manufacturer: Asus
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The Hype - it's been building

The ASUS U2E has been waiting in the wings since Computex of last year to jump onto the ultra-mobile market and strut its stuff. Well, we don't have to wait any longer as PC Perspective gets its hands on a shipping system. Come see why this 11" notebook is going to be a giant in the market.