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Prolimatech Release Black series Megahalems

27-06-2011 by
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Prolimatech release a new variant of an exsiting cooler, the Mega Shadow MKII Black series Megahalems.


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prolimatech, megahalems, mega shadow, black series, cpu, heatsink, cooler

Tt eSPORTS Rock and Rolling with the New SHOCK "SPIN" HD Headset

20-06-2011 by
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Today, Tt eSPORTS is offering a new addition to the SHOCK gaming headset range in the form of the Spin HD.

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headset, headphone, microphone, thermaltake, esports, TT esports, audio

NZXT Unleash New Havik Cooler

05-06-2011 by
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NZXT have become an ever present force in the PC accessory market, with distinct aggressive style cases, their line of Hale PSUs and and now they introduce their first CPU cooler.

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NZXT, havik, 140mm, cpu cooler, heatsink

Noctua Prototypes Seen at Computex

31-05-2011 by
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Noctua have been busy-busy showing off some new prototype top-end air cooling solutions as well as a new mounting bracket designed for Intel's coming LGA2011 platform.

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air, cooler, heatsink, noctua, high performance

Take Kingston's HyperX Survey to Win Prizes!

18-05-2011 by
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Kingston HyperX Community on Facebook have asked for opinions and feedback from users and readers for a chance to win some Next-Level AWESOME prizes. Running from the 13th - 31st May 2011 make sure you get your survey done and join in with the rest of the HyperX community

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kingston, giveaway, prizes, memory, survey, competition

Leaked Bulldozer Performance Details?

10-05-2011 by
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Rumours are stirring and there is an internal screenshot discussing the latest updates of CPUZ and it happens to reveal some performance numbers of the FX-8110 Zambezi core. Whether or not they are fake or not, the numbers shown are certainly going to cause a buzz within the Enthusiast Community

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AMD, bulldozer, 990fx, gigabyte, benchmarks, cpuz, leaks

Team Infused give a preview of i36

09-04-2009 by
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This weekend sees the i36 event and Team Infused have posted a short preview of the event, detailing what players from the team will be attending. Below is a short extract from their website.

It's April and the first of Multiplays 2009 iSeries events is upon us, for many i36 begins tomorrow with the EAS and for the remainder of the competitors on Friday, however we can expect to see a lot more than just 2,000 competitors with some great exhibitors on show and some great competitions which are bound to attract many spectators.

Infused have been attending iSeries since our formation in 2005 and have always enjoyed the biggest UK Events where you can always find a great blend of competition and social activity. Infused will be attending and competing at i36 in a number of the competitions and are hoping to get a few good results.

To see the full article please visit:

Team Infused give a preview of i36
Team Infused at i36

Sunbeam Core-Contact Freezer 92mm Heatsink Review @ Frostytech.com

28-03-2009 by
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Sunbeam Core-Contact Freezer 92mm Heatsink Review

"Sunbeamtech's Core-Contact Freezer 92mm heatsink stands 122mm tall, measures 97mm across and accommodates one or two 92mm fans. The heatsink ships with a single fan mounted on rubber vibration absorbing posts that spins at 1,200~2,200 RPM, extra rubber mounting posts are supplied. The all aluminum construction, apart from four 6mm copper heatpipes exposed at the base, keeps weight down to a feathery 272 grams. In all other respects the Sunbeam Core-Contact Freezer 92mm Edition is essentially a shrunken down version of its namesake. It will no doubt satisfy users looking for a sub-125mm tall cooler for compact PC cases."

Sunbeam Core-Contact Freezer 92mm Heatsink Review @ Frostytech.com
SUNBEAM CORE CONTACT FREEZER

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