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Diamond Radeon HD 4870 X2 XOC Review - Diamond Radeon HD 4870 X2 XOC Review
Thu, July 16 2009 | 4:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
We're writing to let you all know that we have just posted a new article at HotHardware in which we evaluate the Diamond Radeon HD 4870 X2 XOC. As you already know, the Radeon HD 4870 X2 employs two RV770 GPUs, each of which is complemented by 1GB of GDDR5 memory (for a total of 2GB frame buffer memory). The reference GPU clock speed for the 4870 X2 is 750 MHz, and the reference memory speed is 900 MHz. Diamond, however, boosted the XOC's clocks to 800 MHz and 950 MHz, respectively, making this one of the fastest 4870 X2 cards on the market. Head on over to the site and check it out...
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Arctic Cooling ARCTIC C1 Mobile USB Charger Review  - Arctic Cooling ARCTIC C1 Mobile USB Charger Review
Thu, June 03 2010 | 4:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"As you may have noticed in Vortez Harware's recent review on the ARCTIC C2, Arctic Cooling has expanded into power products, such as USB chargers and rechargeable batteries. Given the fact that Arctic Cooling has always been oriented towards computer cooling devices, it is interesting to see the Swiss company expand their product line-up into areas that you would least expect. On April 1st 2010, Arctic Cooling announced the ARCTIC C1 Mobile, a mobile universal charger with solar panel. Basically, the ARCTIC C1 Mobile is a USB charger with portability in mind. It charges a single USB device at a time with its integrated 4440mWh lithium-ion battery which holds about twice the charge of a typical AA rechargeable battery such as the Sanyo Eneloop. Although the ARCTIC C1 Mobile can be charged through its USB port, the device stays true to portability by sporting a small 80mA solar panel. In other words, the device can be charged when direct sunlight is shone onto it."
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