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Galaxy GeForce GTX 260+ OC Graphics Card Review - Galaxy GeForce GTX 260+ OC Graphics Card Review
Wed, August 12 2009 | 4:00PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"The new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260 comes with 216 stream processors, 24 more than the original GeForce GTX 260. This gave it a small 12.5% boost in texture fillrate while everything else remained the same. This small improvement, however, gave the GeForce GTX 260 new life and allowed it to better compete with the Radeon HD 4850. Of course, there were many who felt that the increase in stream processors wasn't good enough. Not only overclockers but even graphics card manufacturers saw the potential in overclocking the improved GeForce GTX 260. The larger number of stream processors would only mean much greater improvements in performance with every hike in core speed. Galaxy is one of those manufacturers who saw the potential in offering factory-overclocked versions of the GeForce GTX 260. Their Galaxy GeForce GTX 260+ OverClocked graphics card offers factory-certified clock speeds of 625 MHz core, 1350 MHz shader and 1050 MHz memory. Let's take a look at the card and see how it fares!"
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Evercool Cruise Missile High Performance Thermal Compound Review - Evercool Cruise Missile High Performance Thermal Compound Review
Sat, June 12 2010 | 9:02AM | PermaLink Feedback?
Here is another new product from Evercool! This is the latest in ongoing war of Thermal Compounds. The Evercool Cruise Missile High Performance Thermal Compound! It doesn’t matter what CPU cooler you have, if you don’t use a quality thermal paste, your going to overheat and kill that expensive processor. The Evercool Cruise Missile High Performance Thermal Compound claims an “…extremely low thermal resistance for superior thermal performance.” Lets check it out and see how the numbers stack up.
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