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Kingston Hyper-X 2133MHz Dual Channel Review - Kingston Hyper-X 2133MHz Dual Channel Review
Sat Oct 09, 2010 | 12:03P| PermaLink
Having recently taken the World record for memory overclock speed we had to take a look at the Hyper-X Dual-Channel ourselves

Titan Fenrir - Titan Fenrir
Mon May 11, 2009 | 9:03A| PermaLink
If you're sitting on a monster CPU you know the importance of keeping it nice and cool. Most overclockers and high end users know about aftermarket CPU coolers. Unfortunately, a large percentage of end users never give it a second thought. We've seen systems come directly from major websites with the wrong CPU cooler, too small a CPU cooler and pieces of plastic stuck between the CPU and the Cooler. CPU cooling bares a little thought and scrutiny. If you're still sitting a stock CPU cooler on your CPU, perhaps you should look up the term pre-planned obsolesce. That would be planning a part or component in such a way as to cause it to fail prematurely in order to get the end user to buy a new one. Well, stock CPU coolers aren't quite that bad, but they're close. In a lot of years we've never really seen a stock CPU cooler that cools the CPU properly and none have ever provided and measure of overclocking headroom. Today, we're going to look at a tower type CPU cooler from Titan called the Titan Fenrir. If you're sitting on a stock cooler or you aren't happy with your current cooling solution, stick around and take a look at the Fenrir. It not only cools the CPU effectively, it manages to toss a little flair into the mix.

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