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ATI CrossFireX vs single graphics card - FrostyTech.com ATI CrossFireX vs single graphics card
Sat Jun 26, 2010 | 12:03P| PermaLink
“The possibility of pairing up graphics cards in order to increase the overall graphics subsystem strength is nothing new. Ever since the golden days of 3dfx and the first SLI mode (which was not the same as today’s Nvidia SLI) have two graphics cards in a single PC been an option. To be honest, only the last few generations have made this concept practically usable, meaning that the gain from using two cards instead of one has a significant performance impact compared to the doubled price required to be paid. Actually, most users still think that two graphics cards equals double the performance, but that’s not exactly the case. Still, that isn’t to say that a long period of time hasn’t passed since gains of 30-50% were considered good, and on the other hand, ATI and Nvidia have kept on increasing the number of Radeons/GeForces one can place inside a single PC…”
FULL STORY @ INSIDEHW
(http://www.insidehw.com/Reviews/Graphics-cards/ATI-CrossFireX-It-Takes-Two-To-Tango.html)

Thermolab Baram CPU Cooler @ Pro-Clockers - FrostyTech.com Thermolab Baram CPU Cooler @ Pro-Clockers
Wed Jun 24, 2009 | 6:10P| PermaLink
The new Baram from Thermolab has all the signs of being one of the better coolers on the market. It has five heat pipes, support for dual 120mm cooling fans and even the what I believe to be the proper size and weight. The Baram is compatible with current CPU sockets from Intel and AMD, except for socket 1366. What impresses me the most is the build quality of the cooler. Will size and build quality make this a good performer? We will see.
FULL STORY @ PRO-CLOCKERS
(http://www.pro-clockers.com/reviews/?id=179)


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