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Asus GeForce ENGTX285 TOP Review  - PCstats.com Asus GeForce ENGTX285 TOP Review
Fri, May 22 2009 | 12:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Con un precio aproximado de $350 la nueva GeForce GTX 285 está en una liga superior ya que ATI no tiene una tarjeta que le haga competencia directamente. Sin embargo, esto no garantiza una buena proporción costo – desempeño por lo que será interesante ver si el desempeño que ofrece la GTX 285 justifica la diferencia de $150 que tiene en comparación a un GTX 260 o una Radeon HD 4870, o tal vez valga la pena gastar un poco mas y comprar una 4870 X2 de doble GPU o incluso una GTX 295 que cuestan $100 y $150 mas, respectivamente. La tarjeta Asus que vamos a utilizar para este análisis (modelo ENGTX285 TOP) debería ofrecer un poco mas de potencia que una GeForce GTX 285 promedio ya que esta placa viene con un overclock de fábrica. Sin embargo, el desempeño adicional significa un precio más alto más o menos de $400. En nuestra comparativa de desempeño va a poner la tarjeta gráfica Asus GTX 285 frente a frente contra lo mejor de ATI, la GeForce GTX 280 original, la GTX 260 y la GTX 295 de dos procesadores."
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Silverstone AP121 Air Penetrator Fans - PCstats.com Silverstone AP121 Air Penetrator Fans
Fri, September 17 2010 | 12:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Every once and a while we'll see a manufacturer put a unique twist on a common product with hopes of making their offering stand out over the competition. Take your everyday 120mm fan for example - did you know that the exhaust of this fan has some wasted air that blows outside the invisible "column" in front of it? You've probably never thought of that - but the people at Silverstone did, and here's what they've done about it."
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