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ATI Radeon Eyefinity6 2GB Video Card at 5760 x 1200 - PCstats.com ATI Radeon Eyefinity6 2GB Video Card at 5760 x 1200
Thu, April 01 2010 | 6:23AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Eyefinity6 is finally here and with word now coming out that the HD 5870 is officially going to have 2GB of GDDR5 from some partners, we're not 100% sure how the Eyefinity6 model is going to go. The chances are that you already know about the model and you know a fair bit about what it’s capable of. Really, we saw the Eyefinity card on offer by ATI when the original HD 5870 launched last year, but the big question was, why didn't we see the card released then instead of months later?"
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Seagate FreeAgent Go 500GB Hard Drive Review  - PCstats.com Seagate FreeAgent Go 500GB Hard Drive Review
Mon, November 01 2010 | 5:30PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Everybody needs a lot more digital storage these days, even your grandma. Most people have tons of music, videos, photos, and documents all in digital format. An average person's digital collection of media would easily fill several rooms if they were in a "physical" format. It's always handy to have several portable hard drives on you; some people use it for backup, others for transferring files between places, and some use them just because they've run out of room elsewhere. I usually find myself in the last scenario, even though I have multiple terabytes on a home network. One of the better-known hard drive manufacturers is Seagate, who have been making hard drives for over since 1979. Now Seagate is offering small 2.5" hard drives in an attractive case called the Seagate FreeAgent Go, and they're available in capacities of 250GB up to 1TB.
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