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Nvidia’s Geforce GTX 260-216 - PCstats.com Nvidia’s Geforce GTX 260-216
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Since more and more units of Nvidia’s Geforce GTX 260-216 with a 55 nanometer GT200b chip hit the markets lately, PC Games Hardware decided to compare the new architecture with the older 65 nanometer version. During our tests we focused on loudness, power consumption and overclocking capabilities.
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http://www.pcgameshardware.com/aid,673772/Reviews/Geforce_GTX_260-216_with_55_nanometer_GT200b_reviewed/
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OCZ Vertex Limited Edition (LE) 240GB Custom  - PCstats.com OCZ Vertex Limited Edition (LE) 240GB Custom
Sat, July 31 2010 | 12:00PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"The OCZ Vertex Limited Edition (LE) was the first generation SandForce SSD to hit the market. At the time of release the LE was plagued with one issue after another. Many drives were shipped to customers with the same on drive serial number which caused issues for RAID arrays. Drives were dropping dead left and right according to forum posts all over the place, too. Even calling the LE an official SandForce was a bit of a stretch since the drives shipped with a OCZ logo rather than the SF-1222 that in the last three months we have become accustomed to seeing on consumer SandForce drives. OCZ had a head start on their competition but some users walked away from the early adapter experience feeling a disappointed. OCZ remained dedicated to the Limited Edition product line and turned things around as the firmware evolved. At this time nearly all of the known issues have been resolved and the firmware for the LE is now in line with the Agility 2 and Vertex 2; all three now share FW 1.10. One thing is clear; the latest version of the OCZ Vertex LE is not the same as the first run of drives that had a lengthy issue log. That log has now been cut down, shredded and is in little pieces. There are a couple small issues that remain, but we will tell you about those and how to avoid them later in the article."
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