Danger Den's DD-GTX480 all copper water block is one very nice addition to my EVGA GeForce GTX480 video card. Not only did it help cool the card better, but it also managed to eliminate the noise from the horridly loud stock fan. That in and of itself warrants the $135 price tag the all copper version we tested today carries. When it came to performance by water cooling the GeForce GTX 480 we were able to drop stock load temps from 92C to 49C, which is a drop of 47%. Reducing your temperatures by nearly half is amazing and anyone that is thinking about getting a GeForce GTX 480 should consider water cooling as an option as it really is nice. You get lower noise levels, possibly increase the longevity of the video card and are able to overclock it farther than you could on air for even better performance. Danger Den has done a great job on these blocks and you can tell from the second you pick the water block up that it you made a solid investment..."
FULL STORY @ LEGITREVIEWS (http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1309/1/)
"Today we are going to test two 9xx series processors including the new flagship Phenom II X4 955. To differentiate new processors from the older models supporting DDR2, the number "5" is added to their index. For example, the model 945 differs from the former flagship (model 940) only by DDR3 support (and a locked multiplier)."
FULL STORY @ IXBTLABS (http://ixbtlabs.com/articles3/cpu/amd-phenom-2-x4-925-955-p1.html)