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Leadtek WinFast K8N Pro nForce3 Motherboard

Leadtek offers up a solid Athlon64 solution with the WinFast K8N Pro. Take a look at this review to see how the Athlon64 system compares to a Leadtek nForce2 system.

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Aerocool Case Fans

Aerocool brings some impressive fans to the cooling table. If your pc is “sweatin’ to the oldies”, try these new fans to “get into the groove.”

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Antec P160 Case and 430W TruePower PSU

Antec is betting it all with the brand new P160 all aluminum case. Stylish and quiet make quite the combination. Throw in the TruePower 430W power supply and you have a combo worthy of any menu. Come take a look at these two in action.

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NTI Backup Now 3 Deluxe Suite

NTI’s Backup Now 3 Deluxe Suite contains everything you need for backing up all that precious data and can even image your drives.

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AeroCool Deep Impact DP-102

Come take a look at what Aerocool has to offer in the wide world of Athlon cooling. The Deep Impact is just right for keeping your CPU temperatures in check.

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Albatron KX18D Pro II

The nForce 2 chipset lives on as Albatron shows off its latest and greatest the KX18D Pro II. With the nForce 2 Ultra 400 chipset on board and performance worth every penny, this is a board worth taking a look at.

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BFG Asylum GeForce FX 5950 Ultra 256MB

BFG Technologies has been producing NVIDIA-based video cards for a few generations of NVIDIA’s chips. The company’s latest and highest performing offering is the Asylum GeForce FX 5950 Ultra 256MB. It’s a solid performer and has good looks, for a relatively good price. Read the review to find out more …

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Samsung 957MB 19-inch CRT Monitor

The Samsung 957MB hasn’t disappointed me at all during the month I have been using it. It’s a solid CRT based monitor with a relatively small footprint.

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VisionTek XTASY Radeon 9800 XT 256MB

What’s red, copper, black and comes in a box made of plastic? Xtasy, what else? To be specific, it’s the VisionTek Xtasy Radeon 9800 XT. Packing 256MB of RAM, the 9800 XT is a slightly higher clocked 9800 Pro with a new and improved cooler design. Read this review to …

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Micro Solutions Backpack 120 GB HD

With the large amount of data that we have today comprising of spreadsheets, images, videos and music having and easy way of transporting them from one computer to another is a must. We’ve taken a look at a solution to this problem: the Micro Solutions Backpack 120 GB HD.

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Crucial RADEON 9800 Pro 256MB

Crucial’s new flagship video card – the RADEON 9800 Pro 256MB – arrived on the doorsteps of Bjorn3D recently. It features DDR2 memory and all the other features you would expect from ATI’s RADEON 9800 Pro chip. If you’re curious about how it paired with ATI’s latest Catalyst 3.9 drivers …

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Leadtek WinFast A380 Ultra TDH MyVIVO (GeForce FX 5950 Ultra)

Not surprisingly, Leadtek releases another high-end card with a big cooling solution. While the WinFast A380 Ultra TDH MyVIVO may be big in size, it’s not big on noise, which is a nice plus. Additionally, it includes a pretty good bundle and offers excellent performance, not to mention the added …

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BFG Sniper Boomslang 2100 Mouse

Have an itchy trigger finger? This may be the mouse for your next fragging session! The BFG Sniper Boomslang adds another level to your gaming prowess, that is if you can handle the sensitivity. Are you ready for the Boomslang?

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Allied 500W Aluminum PSU

Do you want more power? Can’t get enough power? Need the most power possible? Look no further than the Allied 500W Power Supply. Lots of juice, a sweet brushed aluminum body, and some cool LED fans make this PSU a sweet piece of hardware.

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Intervideo WinDVD Creator 2 Gold

Almost everyone got a DVD-burner these days. But what is a burner without the proper software? We’ve taken a looka t Intervideo’s WinDVD Creator 2 Gold which promises both help you edit your video as well as convert and burn that movie you got on your harddrive to a DVD.

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