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GlacialTech Alaska CPU Cooler  - GlacialTech Alaska CPU Cooler
Wed Sep 22, 2010 | 5:58P| PermaLink
The new Alaska looks to be the cooler than puts GlacialTech over the top. The Alaska is a multi-platform cooler that weighs less than 750 grams, has six heat pipes and a mirror-like finish on the base. But this is just the tip of the iceberg. The Alaska has a unique array of fins which alone boosts its own performance numbers. Let’s dive into the review to see more of the Alaska.

Galaxy GeForce GTX 465 GC Video Card - Galaxy GeForce GTX 465 GC Video Card
Mon May 31, 2010 | 3:30A| PermaLink
"Like the iPad, though, the GTX 400 series is good at a lot of things and the bottom line is that the GTX 480 is the fastest single GPU card on the market, which is no easy task. What happens if you like PhysX and CUDA or just NVIDIA in general, yet the GTX 475 and GTX 485 are out of your price range? I don't mean out of your price range in the sense they're over priced, but more so in the sense they're just more money than you wish to spend.
Well, the answer to that is the GTX 465. But wait a cotton picking minute, (I can't believe I just typed that). First, we have to find out if it's even worth spending your hard earned dollars on. Before we do that, though, let's check out the package Galaxy has thrown together before we take a closer look at the card itself."

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