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OCZ Displays Fatal1ty-Branded 1000W Modular PSU

Posted 6 de June de 2011 by Pedro

OCZ displayed a new Fatal1ty-branded 1000W modular PSU at this year’s Computex. The PSU bears 80 Plus Gold efficiency rating, and is fit for gaming PCs with up to three graphics cards, or “hardcore gamers”, as the placard puts it. The PSU is partially modular, i.e., essential connectors such as 24-pin ATX and 8-pin EPS […]

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Galaxy revels GTX550 Ti HQV

Posted 6 de June de 2011 by Pedro

Graphics card major Galaxy Technology designed a new GeForce GTX 550 Ti based graphics card that is HQV (Hollywood Quality Video) compliant, and packs a professional-grade hardware display processor (that which handles the actual display functions, while the GTX 550 Ti crunches graphics and performs drawing operations). The third-party display processor used was previously found […]

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Spire Announces the Swirl Universal CPU Cooler

Posted 6 de June de 2011 by Pedro

Spire Corp officially introduced its new Swirl CPU cooler today. Utilizing three (3) sintered powder all copper 8mm thick heat pipes and a vertical cylinder design the Swirl is ready to push your CPU to maximum performance. The Swirl is constructed with a combination of an all copper base and all-direction aluminum fins to provide […]

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Zalman Displays CNPS12X

Posted 5 de June de 2011 by Pedro

Here are the first pictures of CNPS12X, Zalman’s new top-tier CPU cooler. Zalman is popular for its omega-shaped aluminum fin ring coolers that were counted among the best in the business for the better part of last decade, before tower-type coolers took over. Tower-type coolers offer the best cooling efficiency to the weight. The only […]

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New Google datacenter watercooled by sea water

Posted 2 de June de 2011 by Pedro

There used to be a paper mill in this old building in Hamina, Finland. Then Google took it over and installed a data center inside. Computers, thousands of them, get very hot. But instead of using expensive air conditioning to keep the computers from melting down, Google decided to use existing tunnels, of granite and […]

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New 64GB MicroSD Card from KINGMAX

Posted 2 de June de 2011 by Pedro

A powerful phone with less-than impressive storage space is potentially one of the most peeving situations imaginable. And apparently KINGMAX seems to agree, as the Taiwan-based manufacturer has debuted the world’s first-ever 64GB microSD card, which should be sufficient for just about everyone. The 64GB microSD card from KINGMAX can store approximately 30,000 digital photos […]

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Gmail helps finding stolen car

Posted 31 de May de 2011 by Pedro

The car of Mr.Avrohom Eliezer Friedman was robbed, but with the help of Gmail could retrieve the car. At this point you should already be wondering how an e-mail account helps a recovery of a stolen car, well actually this is not the Gmail of the e-mail accounts, but a personalized registration. Luckily the police […]

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iPhone and iPad with 3D effects

Posted 31 de May de 2011 by Pedro

Now you can download i3D for free, the i3D is an application for IOS systems that establishing a 3D effect in accordance with the position of the user’s head. Works as follows: the front camera iPhone 4 or 2 iPad see where your head and go according to the changing angle. The idea is interesting, […]

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Google Blocking access to Androids with root acess

Posted 30 de May de 2011 by Pedro

Google is blocking access to this new platform, the Movies, a simple tool, as simple as entering the Android Market, select the movie, pay for a rental and watch the movie. But this service will only work in devices which root are intact. In other words, Android devices that have been “violated” by the root […]

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Game Booster 2

Posted 28 de May de 2011 by Pedro

The computers are built to play, in most cases, machines with a top and setting a price often prohibitive. Nowadays, those who like to play on PC faces a huge dilemma: figure out which hardware to buy in order not to become obsolete after a few months. But on the other side in any configuration […]

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Patriot announced TORQX 2

Posted 28 de May de 2011 by Pedro

The Patriot has launched a new series of SSD’s Torqx 2 with capacities ranging from 32GB up to 256GB 2.5 “. The new drives use MLC memory chips, have SATA-300 interface, 128 MB buffer and offer read and write speeds of up to 270 MB / 230 MB / s, respectively.   The price is […]

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Facebook uses more power in datacenters

Posted 28 de May de 2011 by Pedro

Servers takes juice—the electric kind—to keep the internet live, storing data and connecting visitors to websites, online services and social networks. The social media giant Facebook, for example, has nine third-party data centers in the US, with plans to build a tenth in Oregon. Current estimates are that Facebook uses 60,000 servers to help its […]

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