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The Thermalright XP-90 is an excellent heatsink and MikhailTech has a fan comparison. Does more CFM equal better performance? They'll let you know here. Well I guess if your hard drives are overheating you might want to ge tone of these. Overclockers Online looks at the CoolerMaster CoolDrive Lite. TheTechZone talks about how to create your own blog, they're getting a lot more popular and if you want your own you'll want to read this.

Hardcoreware has a budget Gigabyte GeForce 6200 for us to read about, eew it uses system memory. If you're thinking about jumping on the AMD bandwagon you'll want to check out Gamers Depot's nForce4 SLI roundup.

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