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Read ASUS GTX560 DirectCU II - The ASUS GTX560 DirectCU II or SKU name ENGTX560 TI-DCII tested today indeed comes all customized and factory overclocked Read HIS Radeon 6850 ICEQ X Turbo - the IceQ cooler, this fansink features four heatpipes, an aluminium fin array and a central 92mm fan. According to HIS, the IceQ X will reduce temperatures by 13°C and cut noise levels by 7dBA versus to the reference cooler. Read MSI Big Bang P67 Marshal - The MSI Big Bang Marhal comes with MSI's latest Military Class II design that makes use of a 24 phase (!) power SFC choke setup alongside the best quality Hi-c CAP's and Japanese made solid capacitors. Read Radeon 6950 1GB vs GeForce GTX 560 Ti - AMD decided to sort of 'Ambush' NVIDIA, by releasing a 1 GB version of the Radeon HD 6950, a product with the very same features and specifications as it's big brother the 2 GB version has yet priced way below we all expected it to be. Read KFA2 GeForce GTX 560 White edition and Anarchy - KFA2 submitted two cards, one focused at pure silence is the Galaxy GTX 560 Ti GC / KFA2 GeForce GTX 560 EX OC ANARCHY. The second card tested today is the GeForce GTX 560 White Edition aka KFA2 GeForce GTX 560 LTD OC White edition. Read MSI N560GTX Ti Twin Frozer II - The MSI GTX560 Ti Twin Frozer II tested today indeed comes all customized and factory overclocked. Read Gigabyte GeForce GTX 560 Ti SOC - Gigabyte unleashed a product tagged as SOC edition (Super OverClock), and that surely applies as the GeForce GTX 560 Ti SOC (GV-N560SO-1GI) is brutally clocked. Read GeForce GTX 560 Ti SLI - Why not double up that shader count and thus performance with the help of NVIDIA's SLI technology ? Read GeForce GTX 560 Ti - The GeForce GTX 560 Ti itself, aimed against the Radeon HD 6800 series the GeForce GTX 560 Ti is based on a new GPU refresh. Read MSI R6950 Twin Frozr II OC - The model as tested today, running slightly above reference specification yet with the latest twin Frozr II cooler mounted on top of it. Read ECS P67H2-A motherboard - ECS was also working on a few of these P67 motherboards and is making sure that both NVIDIA and AMD graphics cards work combined together. Yep, they are adding a Lucid Hydra chip. Read GeForce GTX 460 SE - Positioned in-between a 768 MB and the 1024MB version of the GTX the 1024MB SE version is now available. We'll test Zotac's GeForce GTX 460 SE version, armed with a full GB of graphics memory. Read KFA2 GeForce GTX 460 Razor Single Slot - The Razor single slot solution could be interesting as a small form factor product. 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Read Core i5 2500K amp; Core i7 2600K processors - font Sandy bridge is here, today we'll put the Intel Core i7-2600K and Intel Core i5-2500K processors to the test, we will pair the 2600K processor with the Intel Desktop Motherboard DP67BG and also run a test with the Intel Core i5-2500K processor on a Intel DH67BL motherboard. Read Corsair Vengeance 12GB DDR3 Memory Kit - font It will be exceptionally hard to show you any performance difference in-between 6GB and 12GB, but any transcoding, photoshopping, productivity enthusiast with at little common sense will conclude with us, this kit is going to be one heck of a deal. Read Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium HD - font This card has many aspects in common with existing X-FI designs and a few new features and modifications to appeal to the newer crop of demanding soundcards enthusiasts. Read Corsair HS1 amp; Sharkoon XStatic SP headphones - Today we test a pair of headsets from Corsair and Sharkoon, the HS1 and the Xtatic SP. Read OCZ RevoDrive X2 240GB - font Today we'll pass 700 MB/sec of storage performance from something slapped onto a PCIe 4x slots and that is just frightening to test, that fast. Read Zalman CNPS 9900 MAX - The CNPS 9900 MAX which comes with Zalman’s heat transfer solution by utilizing ‘composite heatpipe’ technology allowing a Q-Max of 300Wfont. Read Radeon HD 6950 CrossfireX - font Where we are a little puzzled about the Radeon HD 6950 all by itself, but in CrossfireX this solutions seems to kick ass massively. Read Radeon HD 6950 and 6970 review - font AMD releases their Cayman series graphics cards. Yes Sir, the all new high-end segmented Radeon HD 6950 and 6970. Read font Quick article links Enermax Modu82+ II 625W PSU review Liquid Cooling and Overclocking the GTX 580 with Danger Den HIS Radeon HD 6970 Turbo FAN 2GB review ASUS GTX580 DirectCU II SLI review Guru3D Rig of the Month - February 2011 MSI Radeon 6870 HAWK review OCZ Vertex 3 240GB review Palit GeForce GTX 560 Ti Sonic review Auzen X-Meridian 7.1 2g soundcard review OCZ Vertex 3 PRO review Wireless Graphics card - KFA2 GTX 460 WDHI review AMD Brazos platform tested - The E350 APU review ASUS GTX560 DirectCU II review HIS Radeon 6850 ICEQ X Turbo review MSI Big Bang P67 Marshal review Guru3D Rig of the Month - January 2011 Radeon HD 6950 1GB vs GeForce GTX 560 Ti review KFA2 GeForce GTX 560 White edition and Anarchy review MSI N560GTX Ti Twin Frozer II review GeForce GTX 560 Ti review Gigabyte GeForce GTX 560 Ti SOC review GeForce GTX 560 Ti SLI review MSI R6950 Twin Frozr II OC review ECS P67H2-A motherboard review GeForce GTX 460 SE reviewfont Blizzcon 2010 Coverage - We'll cover the games and hardware shown at BlizzCon 2010 in this 10 page article. Read PC Buyers Guide Winter 2010 - Guru3D offers you their annual PC Buyers Guide, this is the 2010 Winter edition. Read Starcraft II Wings of Liberty GPU performance - With no less than 13 graphics cards we see how well this soon to be released game behaves in terms of image quality and frame rates. Read ASUS ARES graphics card - ASUS went back to the drawing board. They came up with a dual-GPU design solution based off Radeon 5970, but an overall better design, new PCB, higher clock frequencies on GPUs and more memory (2GB per GPU). Read Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity6 - We test the Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity6 edition card, in CrossfireX actually combined with six ... yes SIX monitors. Read USB 3.0 performance explored - A couple of weeks ago we published some USB 3.0 performance results based on an engineering board from MSI. In that early test we where not impressed at all by USB 3.0 performance. The final production sample of MSI's Star USB controller just arrived though, and that certainly makes the difference. Read Phenom II X4 Overclocking Master class - It's the extreme side of overclocking, yes the guys that use extravagant cooling methods to lift the core frequency to way higher levels. And today we'll be doing exactly that. We'll have our tame race driver 'OldScarface', a Dutch overclocker, tryout the latest revision of the Phenom II 965BE. Read CeBIT 2010 tradeshow coverage - Another year has passed and this year's CeBIT was held this week. In this editorial we'll visit ASUS, MSI, Gigabyte, Powercolor, ADATA, Enermax, G.SKill, OCZ Technology, ThermalTake, Cooler Master, Gelid and Corsair. Read Radeon HD 5970 single amp; Crossfire - It's time to unleash the beast, welcome to a nice feature length review on the latest dual-GPU offering from ATI. What ATI did with the Radeon HD 5970 is to place two RV870 chips onto one PCB. Bridge them, Crossfire them and all of the sudden you'll have 4.3 Billion transistors at your disposal with a whopping 4.6 TFLOPs of raw performance. Read COD Modern Warfare 2 VGA performance - Over the next few pages a word or two about the game, some image quality comparisons and obviously a nice lengthy VGA chart ranging from monitor resolution 1280x1024 up-to 2560x1600 measured with and with out AA. Read Blizzconn 2009 - The place is packed across 4 halls and here you see a mob waiting to try out the latest class for Diablo III, the Monk. Some of the latest hardware was on display; Oh and this year of course there was Ozzy. Read Anno 1404 VGA graphics performance - So then, 1404’s levels are set on a series of islands. Some of them are already inhabited, while others are virgin territory, ripe for conquest. The 3D engine is smooth, beautifully detailed, so how will the game perform with a selection of 15 graphics cards ? Read A Decade of Guru3D: Introduction (open) History of Guru3D 1 (open) Contest 1 (closed) History of Guru3D 2 open) Contest 2 (closed) Guru3D going Green (open) Contest 3 (closed) Computex 2009 - Guru3D traveled half way around the globe to attend the Computex exhibition in Taiwan. Check out the diverse reports covered in over 50 pages of content. Read Gigabyte Nan-Ping Factory Tour - Guru3D visited Gigabyte's Nan-Ping production factory in Taiwan. We followed the design and productions stages of both a motherboard and VGA card. Read Guru3D Rig of the Month - We just adore hardware. And sometimes some you guys really make a PC that really stands out. We ask you to answer a few simple questions and send in photo's of your rig. Each month we'll have a look at the entries and perhaps pick you and post your PC with photo's and everything here at, each month we add a new addition - join now! 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News Headlines Enermax Modu82+ II 625W PSU reviewZalman CNPS 12X revealedCorsair USB 3.0 Upgrade Kit for Obsidian Series Cases BitFenix Shinobi chassis launchedDiscrete GPU sales slowed down in Q4 2010Battlefield 3 GDC leaked footage Gameplay with EarthquakeSteam Guard is now BetaLiquid Cooling and Overclocking the GTX 580 with Danger DenCeBIT 2011 - Point of ViewCeBIT 2011 - PatriotCeBIT 2011 - OCZ TechnolgyCeBIT 2011 - MSICeBIT 2011 - Inno3DCeBIT 2011 - EnermaxCeBIT 2011 - ECSCeBIT 2011 - ASUSCeBIT 2011 - CorsairCeBIT 2011 - Cooler MasterCeBIT 2011 - Intel Z68 motherboardsCeBIT 2011 - Radeon HD 6990 spottedFirst Battlefield 3 gameplay videoApple iPad 2 Crysis 2 Multiplayer Demo TrailerMSI R6950 Twin Frozr III Power Edition OCCorsair Cerulean Blue Vengeance DDR3 Memory Kits View all news on one page » Submit news » Submit a download » Join our news-letter» target=_self Your browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames. Your browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames. Your browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames.  Enermax Modu82+ II 625W PSU review By Hilbert Hagedoorn, March 7, 2011 - 9:05 PM N/A - 0 Comments Today we'll have a look at one of Enermax's latest power supplies. It is the all new Modu82+II 625 Watt power supply that comes with an 80+ Bronze certification. New in the revised Modu82+ II (and Pro82+ II) series is that they support the new EU regulation ErP Lot 6 for PC systems. This norm regulates the standby consumption of systems, which affects PSU and mainboard. Oh and it's also n 625W PSU that can actually peak towards 690W, this is labeled mid-range by Enermax.
You can read the entire review right here.
   center  Zalman CNPS 12X revealed By Hilbert Hagedoorn, March 7, 2011 - 8:59 PM N/A - 0 Comments Zalman disclosed a new cooler design, it's the upcoming CNPS12X CPU cooler with a totally new design, 6 heatpipes and two quiet fans.
Optimized Heat Dissipation Area with VFP (Variable Fin Profiling)
Maximizing Cooling Performance with Two Way Heat Transfer by Applying Partitioned Fin with IHD Technology
Excellent Cooling Performance with Dual Cooling Procedure by 3 Ultra Quiet Fan
Minimizing Noise with Securing Maximum Space for Air flow by Dual Air Suction Structure
Faster Heat Transfer with 6 High Performance Heatpipes
Versatile Compatibility with All In One Clip Structure
Click the thumbnail anc check out the sphere like cooler.
   center  Corsair USB 3.0 Upgrade Kit for Obsidian Series Cases By Hilbert Hagedoorn, March 7, 2011 - 8:54 PM N/A - 0 Comments Definitely handy, Corsairreleases a cheap to get USB 3.0 Upgrade Kit for their Obsidian Series 800D and 700D full-tower PC cases.
The kit is designed for Obsidian Series case owners who have upgraded their systems to support USB 3.0, either by replacing their motherboard or via an add-in card. The kit consists of a replacement front I/O panel that includes a USB 3.0 port and a wiring harness that connects to an available USB 3.0 port on the customer's motherboard or add-in card. Installation takes just minutes.
"Our Obsidian Series cases are designed and built to last through years of system builds and upgrades, and our customers are on the leading edge of technology and of USB 3.0 adoption," said Ruben Mookerjee, VP and General Manager for Components at Corsair. "We are pleased to provide an upgrade kit that allows Obsidian Series owners to bring a USB 3.0 port to the front of the case, making it easier to connect USB 3.0 devices."
The USB 3.0 Upgrade Kit for the Obsidian Series 800D and 700D is available for purchase from for $14.99 USD.
   center  BitFenix Shinobi chassis launched By Hilbert Hagedoorn, March 7, 2011 - 8:49 PM N/A - 0 Comments BitFenix unleased its Shinobi, a new series of mid-tower gaming cases with a more affordable price tag than the company's first cases. The regular Shinobi has a solid steel side panel and one 120mm fan, while the more advanced Shinobi Window offers a tinted side window as well as an extra 120mm fan and tool-free drive locking mechanisms. Both cases will ship in April 2011, the Shinobi has a 49EUR ($59) MSRP while the Shinobi Window has a 59EUR ($69) MSRP.
"We wanted to create a no-nonsense gaming chassis that was not only functional, but also exuded the killer design concept that BitFenix is known for. I believe that with Shinobi, gamers will get to see what we mean first hand," says BitFenix Product Manager David Jarlestedt.
Named after some of the most feared assassins of the modern age, Shinobi is designed to allow gamers to silently and efficiently dispatch their competition. Available in both window and non-window versions, Shinobi can blend into virtually any environment. Purists will appreciate the solid steel side panel of Shinobi, while users who want to highlight the hardware installed within will love the Shinobi Window's uniquely-crafted side panel window. Enveloping the top and front covers is the signature BitFenix SofTouch™ Surface Treatment that lends a luxurious matte finish and soft feel while resisting fingerprints and stains.
But the spirit of a true warrior must extend beyond the superficial. Shinobi also brings the tools gamers require to remain a cut above their adversaries. Inside, Shinobi can accommodate a wide variety of hardware - long graphics cards are not a problem, and up to three 5.25" optical drives or eight 3.5" hard drives can be installed for maximum expansion possibilities. With the included 5.25" drive bay adapter, users can also install a 2.5" SSD drive. To keep things cool when battle heats up, Shinobi can also be outfitted with a bevy of fans - up to seven 120mm fans can be installed, and optionally two of them can be upgraded to 140mm fans. Four high-speed USB 2.0 ports and audio jacks come standard, allowing gamers to effortlessly connect their gaming peripherals. No matter what the situation calls for, Shinobi rises to the occasion.
To get the gamer into battle as quickly as possible, Shinobi is equipped with a slew of DIY friendly features. Its easy-to-use tool-free design makes drive installation a breeze, and a large cutout on the motherboard tray enables quicker changing of CPU coolers should the need arise. Finally, removable filtered fan intakes means quick cleanup, shortening the time it takes to charge back into the fray.
Of course, Shinobi is also built with the same quality and attention to detail of all BitFenix gaming products. From the brushed gunmetal BitFenix logo, to the luxurious coated interior, Shinobi users can experience the BitFenix difference both inside and out. Shinobi Window users can also look forward to easy-to-use tool-free drive locking mechanisms to help speed their installation along.
Shinobi is the new mid-tower ATX gaming chassis from BitFenix. Gamers can also look forward to a great number of features, such as:
Killer Looks - Signature BitFenix design philosophy of clean lines and modern styling
Window and Non-Window Versions – Choose the style that suits you
Maximum Expansion – Eight hard disk bays and seven PCI slots
Excellent Connectivity – Four high-speed USB 2.0 ports are included
Efficient Cooling - Install up to seven 120mm fans, two can be upgraded to 140mm fans
Easy Installation - DIY-friendly features make set up and installation a joy
BitFenix Quality – SofTouch™ surface treatment, gunmetal BitFenix logo, and painted interior
   center  Discrete GPU sales slowed down in Q4 2010 By Hilbert Hagedoorn, March 7, 2011 - 8:47 PM N/A - 0 Comments Jon Peddie Research released a report about the discrete graphics card market in Q4 2010. Unit shipments came in at 72.8 million units, a drop of 2.5 million units compared to the year before due to a shift from the low-end segment to embedded CPU graphics and the shift in marketshare to laptop and tablet devices.
NVIDIA captured 60.8 percent of the discrete GPU market in Q4 2010, a gain of 2.1 percent vs Q3 2010, while AMD lost the same amount of marketshare. Here's the PR:
Jon Peddie Research (JPR), the industry's research and consulting firm for graphics and multimedia, announced estimated graphics Add-In Board (AIB) shipments and sales' market share for Q4'10.
Overall shipments of graphics AIBs for the year, 2010 came in lower than the recession year 2009 at 72.8 million units compared to 75.3 million for 2009 - a disappointing result given the enthusiastic start of the year. Shipments in Q4 2010 did not exceed Q3 as expected. Nvidia increased its shipments by 4.1% from Q3, while AMD declined -4.8% for the same period.
And in terms of market share, market leader Nvidia increased its share by 3.6% from Q3, while AMD's market share declined -5.2% for the same period. On a year-to-year basis AMD increased its market share by 12.6% while Nvidia lost 6.2% of market share.
The AIB market is fueled at the high-end by the gamer, small in volume (~3m a year) but high in dollars (average spend for an AIB ~$300.) The volume comes from the mainstream. And GPU-compute is adding to sales on the high end. The workstation market is about the same size as the gamer, but much it is characterized by higher average selling prices (ASPs).
For the year the AIB market hit $17.2 billion, up 0.8% from 2009 showing a gradual rise in ASP.
The decline in unit shipments of desktop AIBs is due to two factors - the erosion of the low end (Value segment) by the Integrated Processor Units (IGPs) and embedded CPU graphics (e.g., AMD's Fusion, and Intel's Clarkstown), and the shift in market share to notebooks, laptops, and tablet. However, that is being somewhat offset by the increase in sales of AIBs for GPU-compute, and by the use of two or more AIBs in high-end gaming and workstation systems.
   center  Battlefield 3 GDC leaked footage Gameplay with Earthquake By Hilbert Hagedoorn, March 7, 2011 - 8:43 PM N/A - 0 Comments A new video of Battlefield 3 in action has been leaked during a presentation at GDC, not the best of quality but impressive none the less:
   center  Steam Guard is now Beta By Hilbert Hagedoorn, March 7, 2011 - 8:41 PM N/A - 0 Comments Valve has rolled out a new security service for Steam users who want to protect their accounts from unauthorized logins or being stolen outright. Steam Guard is available for beta testing and anyone can opt into it through Steam's Settings panel. With Steam Guard, an extra step of authorization is needed whenever you attempt to login to your account from an unrecognized PC. A code is sent over to the e-mail address linked to the account, which must be entered into Steam before you're able to login and authorize the new PC. Steam Guard will also notify you if there are login attempts being made from unauthorized PCs.
Steam - As a beta participant, once you've verified your email address with Steam, Steam Guard becomes available for your use and is enabled for your Steam account by default.
With Steam Guard enabled, anyone attempting to login as you from an unrecognized computer must first provide additional, one-time authorization. A special access code will be sent to your contact email address, and this code must be entered into Steam before your first login on an unfamiliar computer is complete. You will also be notified if any login attempts from computers other than those you've authorized occur. Steam Guard essentially acts as a form of "User Rights Management," where you as the user have greater control over access to your stuff.
"Account phishing and hijacking are our top support issues," said Gabe Newell, President of Valve. "With Steam Guard, we've taken a big step towards giving customers the account security they need as they purchase more and more digital goods."
Gabe demonstrated further development of Steam Guard today at the CeBIT computing trade show in Hannover, Germany. In addition to email-based authentication, Steam Guard will soon offer other forms of secondary authentication, such as Intel® Identity Protection Technology, a hardware-based security feature available with the new 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ and Core™ vPro® processors. With IPT, secondary authentication is effortless, as it is provided by the chipset itself.
To opt into the latest Steam client beta and begin protecting your account with Steam Guard, launch the Steam client and visit Steam Settings' Account tab, then changing your beta participation to “Steam Update.”    center  Liquid Cooling and Overclocking the GTX 580 with Danger Den By Hilbert Hagedoorn, March 4, 2011 - 8:45 PM N/A - 0 Comments The folks at Danger Den shipped out their most shiny nickel plated GTX 580 cooling block, and we will put that to the test. We'll have a look at the product, the installation, temperatures before and after.
We'll review the DD-GTX 580 liquid cooling block, as an extension to that we'll show you how to install the product and then look into cooling performance and everything related. that That allows an an overclock to nearly 1 GHz.
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   center  CeBIT 2011 - Point of View By Hilbert Hagedoorn, March 4, 2011 - 2:08 PM N/A - 0 Comments There's no CeBIT without a visit to the good folks of Point of View, originally this NVIDIA partner had only a focus at Graphics cards, over the years that changed with their MOBI line of netbooks and other small stuff. Next to graphics cards last year they also started selling tablets, the first introduction was their 7" MOBII series that reached the market with incredible prices.
At CeBIT this year their focus was on the latest Tegra 2 based model, the Mobii TEGRA Tablet 10.2''. Tagged under 400 EUR these tablets offer a lot for the money. Armed with a Dual core Cortex A9 - 1 GHz processor and NVIDIA Tegra 250 chipset it is certainly one impressive product running Android 2.2 (I think it was). The Mobii TEGRA Tablet 10.2'' tablet has 512 MB DDR2 + 512 MB NAND and comes with the usual suspects like WiFi 802.11 b/g, HDMI Graphics output, a 1.3M Pixel webcam, a USB 2.0 port and a 3300 mAh battery. All that at just over 700 grams.
Next to that Point of View also has announced their latest TGT series graphics cards, in the photo gallery you'll spot the all new 873 MHz POV/TGT GeForce GTX 580 “BEAST 2” with 9mm slim-line Copper Water Cooling done by Germany based aquagrafx.
You'll also notice the 855 MHz TGT GeForce GTX 580 “Beast”, a hand selected POV/TGT GeForce GTX 580 with ... well massive cooling, 3-slot what seems to originate from Arctic Cooling. It is a beast alright.
Anyway, have a peek at the photo's right here in the CeBIT photo gallery.
   center  CeBIT 2011 - Patriot By Hilbert Hagedoorn, March 4, 2011 - 1:02 PM N/A - 0 Comments This year Patriot was present at CeBIT as well, showing off their latest and greatest in technology. Amongst the products on display is the soon to be launched Javelin series NAS unites, armed with more features and a faster processor this device will be a competitive NAS unit within its price range.
Equipped with four drive bays that support standard 3.5-inch drives -- up to 12TB of storage capacity is achievable when equipped with four 3TB SATA or SAS drives. The Patriot Javelin supports RAID levels 0, 1, 5, 10 and a hot-spare drive for enhanced storage efficiency whether performance or redundancy is needed.
Some features are 4 x 3.5-inch drive bays, supports SATA amp; SAS HDDs, eSATA external expansion, 2 x USB 2.0 ports, 256MB, DDR2-800 RAM, 128MB flash memory (for OS), DLNA compatible, Remote media playback (via browser or Android/iOS app) and much more.
On display also was a series of SSDs and of course also the Wildfire SSD, Sandforce 2000 based with read/write performance over 500 MB/sec.
Good to see here as well where the first real USB 3.0 flash disks, in capacities of up-to 128Gb for example the Magnum will become available with 200 MB/sec read and 110 MB/sec write performance. That's just kick'ass for a USB stick
Have a peek at the photo's we took at CeBIT right here.    center [Search News][Submit News][Next Page]    Check lowest prices on these products in price guide, among the available categories: Retail amp; OEM Processors - Video Cards - Motherboards - Memory - Soundcards - Hard Drives - Monitors - Printers - DVDs - CD-RWs - PDAs and more ! Copyright (c) 1997-2011 Hilbert Hagedoorn, All Rights Reserved. - Legal disclaimer/notice The Guru of 3D, Guru3D, the Hardware guru, HardwareGuru and 3D Guru are the trademark ownership of Hilbert Hagedoorn. Site Navigation Home Latest News Submit News Hardware Reviews  Articles amp; Guides VGA Charts  Game Reviews Forums Download Section Guru3D Price Grabber  Guru Price Grabber UK  Guru PC Buyers Guide Guru3D Stereo Section Guru3D Clan  Guru3D Folding@Home  Contact us  Join our news-letter  Follow us on Twitter new  Set as Homepage Affiliates RivaTuner  nVHardPage  3DMark Vantage  SiSoft SANDRA AfterBurner OC tool nVTempLogger ATI Tray Tools   Guru3D Rig of the Month  Links Your company ? Registry Booster 2010 Your company ?  Downloads NVIDIA GeForce drivers  ATI Catalyst drivers Benchmarks Demo's Game Demo's NVIDIA Chipset drivers Intel Chipset drivers  Hot Downloads 3DMark Vantage  SiSoft Sandra 3DMark06 RivaTuner Crysis Benchmark nVHardPage   




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