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Noctua NH-D14 Silent CPU Cooler  - FrostyTech.com Noctua NH-D14 Silent CPU Cooler
Tue Aug 31, 2010 | 1:31P| PermaLink
"My first experience with Noctua's CPU cooler line was about a month ago when I had an opportunity to review their NH-U12P cooler. The NH-U12P left an amazing first impression - I could say without a doubt that it was the best silent CPU cooler I had reviewed to date. In fact, it's performance was even rivaling a lot of non-silent CPU coolers too. When the opportunity arose to check out Noctua's flagship cooler, the NH-D14, I was anxious to see what sort of numbers this monster sized cooler would give me, and could it really rival the NH-U12P for silence?"
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the Diamond HD 4770 - FrostyTech.com the Diamond HD 4770
Mon Jun 01, 2009 | 12:03P| PermaLink
"The 4770 was obviously designed to be a low-end card, and for this reason it doesn't compete with the GTX 285 behemoth from Nvidia - but it's not supposed to! What it does do is decode high definition video extremely well. For $120, you can get a video card that decodes video with almost no CPU usage whatsoever. I took a few hours to watch some of my favorite movies, and CPU usage was extraordinarily low. About 80% of the time, CPU usage was reported at 1%; occasionally this would get as high as 3%, but the most that I ever saw was 5%. What's even cooler is that the movies ran extremely smooth the whole time. If you're a movie lover, and you'll be building a multimedia PC, I'd definitely think about purchasing a 4770."
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(http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/diamond_4770/)


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