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 HOT off the press and it’s a doozy!   - PCstats.com HOT off the press and it’s a doozy!
Mon, May 04 2009 | 12:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
We just received a package by way of Corsair that contained a brand new product we're certain many of you will be interested in checking out. Inside a non-descript, little, white box was a shiny Corsair-branded 256GB SSD that the company will be releasing sometime in the not too distant future. The drive we received is branded as a Corsair S256, but we've been told that when the drive hits store shelved the official product name will be P256--the "S" is changing to a "P". We set it up for a quick round of HD-Tach and this SSD could actually give Intel something to think about.
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Palit GeForce GTS 450 Sonic Platinum 1GB Video Card - PCstats.com Palit GeForce GTS 450 Sonic Platinum 1GB Video Card
Tue, October 19 2010 | 9:03AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"For the week prior to the launch of the GTS 450 it's just been non-stop with samples of this card. It's clear that like the GTX 460, NVIDIA partners are keen to get their model out there to the market. It's been quite an interesting launch to be honest, with a few little surprises for me when it came to out of the box clocks. In steps we now look at the Palit GTS 450 with its Sonic Platinum tag. Since I looked at the Galaxy Super OC first, I thought that the Palit offering would sit around the 880MHz or 870MHz mark, as we saw Galaxy 1-Up Palit at the GTX 460 launch with its 810MHz core. Once installed into the testbed, I installed the drivers, rebooted and checked out GPU-Z to take a screenshot for the Specifications section. All I can say is, the next thing that happened was a message to Palit saying "Holy Crap!"."
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