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ASUS ENGT240 512MB GDDR5 Video Card - ASUS ENGT240 512MB GDDR5 Video Card
Wed, December 16 2009 | 12:43AM | PermaLink Feedback?
With the introduction of the GT220s a few weeks ago, the GT220 was a great video card for HTPCs and other systems that were able to play all the new video games on lower settings. But, for some the GT220 might not just cut it due to their higher gaming settings and other reasons. This is why nVidia came out with the new GT240 line-up of video cards to filfill the needs of those that don't need extreme settings in video games but want to get decent amount of performance on higher settings. ASUS sent us their ENGT240 512MB GDDR5 video card to test out on our testbench. The ASUS ENGT240 512MB GDDR5 video card runs in a very affordable price at $99 on Newegg. In our opinion it is a great card for mainstream gaming PCs. The ENGT240 is a very quiet, small, and power efficient mainstream card that won't be a dissapointment to HTPC users and mild gamers. This video card also comes very handy for those looking forward for some PhysX action. You might have a powerful card that renders yoru games but by having one of these little beast in your system as a dedicated PhysX card, it could bring up your framerates tremendously.
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Cooler Master Silent Pro 1200W Power Supply - Cooler Master Silent Pro 1200W Power Supply
Mon, August 09 2010 | 9:03AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"The Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold 1200W power supply produced a mixed bag of results during testing. The DC voltage load regulation was excellent and on a par with other power supplies in this class, but it did produce a disappointing set of results for AC noise/ripple. I always measure the AC noise/ripple levels at or near full DC load, which will always produce worst case results, but this is the recommended method as per the ATX12V V2.2 specification and the Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold 1200W doesn't perform too well."
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