Clickfree Unveils Wireless Home Backup For Multiple Devices

Clickfree has just launched their new backup device that allows wireless automated backups to be made of multiple computers and devices.

The Clickfree Wireless device, can be placed anywhere in your home or office and uses Clickfree’s Backuplink technology to perform the backups. To make a connection to a device to backup, simply plug the Clickfree device into each computer and perform an initial backup. Once connected all connection settings will be automatically configured and backups can now be carried out automatically over your 802.11n wireless network.

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BitFenix Coming to US Finally!

Back in August we got our first look at the cool BitFenix Colossus gaming case for computers. The case has a really cool design and is one of the best looking cases I have seen in a long time. The big problem for folks that wanted one was that they were not offered in the US.


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Intel Announces Second Generation Core Processors

Intel’s new next generation processors have now arrived, the the new Intel Sandy Bridge CPU’s providing high-speed and on-the-fly conversion between data formats together with Intel’s Turbo Boost version 2.0, a key technology that speeds up and slows down the processor to optimise performance and power, respectively.

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Origin PC Hybrid Liquid-Cooled Xbox 360 Gaming Computer

Next week at CES 2011 Origin PC will be showcasing its Hybrid Liquid-Cooled Xbox 360 Gaming Computer. The rig consists not only of a high-end gaming PC but also new slimmed-down Xbox 360 console thats liquid-cooled, making sure that it can stand-up to the heat.

The Hybrid PC Xbox system is equipped with an Intel Core i7 930 processor, which has been overclocked to 4.9GHz, dual NVIDIA GTX480 graphics cards and 6GB of Corsair Dominator memory, overclocked to 1,600MHz.

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Mushkin Adds New RAM Kits to Hot Radioactive Line

When it comes to computer companies, the major items like your CPU and video card tend to get the most money. An enthusiast or gamer knows that you also need some nice RAM with good performance as well. The catch is that not all RAM is up to what an enthusiast that will be overclocking their gear needs.

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Intel 310 mSATA SSD Provides 80GB In Credit Card Sized Drive

Intel has just unveiled its lastest SSD creation the Intel 310 mSATA SSD which packs in 80GB worth of storage into a footprint measuring just 51mm x 30mm x 5mm.

Not only have Intel combined the storage into a credit card sized drive they have also managed to retaining the X25-class performance, providing up to 200MBps read speeds and 80MBps write speeds.

Intel 310 mSATA SSD

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Thermaltake Max 5G External HDD Enclosure Debuts

Typically, external HDD enclosures for 3.5-inch HDDs are thin and made to be passively cooled. A few of them have tiny fans to keep the drive inside cool. A new offering from Thermaltake has surfaced called the Max 5G that has dual 80mm fans to keep your drive running cool and the enclosure looks really sweet too.

Thermaltake Max 5G

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Behold The Thousand Core Processor

These days, every lab and company (IBM, Intel) with enough dough is striving for the ultimate in processing power. The geniuses at the University of Glasgow are no different. Their thousand core CPU prototype has just leaked in the press and has caused quite a stir.

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MSI Unveils Big Bang Marshal Motherboard With 8 x PCIe 8 x USB 3.0 And 3 x BIOS Chips

MSI have unveiled their monster flagship the Big Bang Marshal Motherboard equipped with no less than 8 x PCIe slots, 8 x USB 3.0 ports and 3 x BIOS Chips combined in a XL-ATX form factor.

If you are wondering how MSI managed to get enough bandwidth for eight x16 PCI Express slots, the simple answer is, they didn’t. The board is equipped with four slots with x16 bandwidth and if you want to use all eight slots, they are scaled down to operate at x8 bandwidth.

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Planex Pocket Router

Are you looking for a portable router that you can literally slip into your pocket? Well Planex has just added a new MKZ-RP150N pocket router to its range that measures just 42mm x 15mm x 55.2mm and weighs just 27 grams.

The tiny USB-powered router supports both Wi-Fi and basic DNS services including DynDNS and CyberGate and comes equipped with 1 x Ethernet port, just enough to setup a small network on the move.

Planex Pocket Router

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BIOS Hack Converts Your AMD Radeon HD 6950 Into HD 6970

If you own a AMD Radeon HD 6950 graphics card or are thinking of purchasing one very soon, you might be pleased to know, if you didn’t already, that the HD 6950 and HD 6970 cards both feature AMD’s new Cayman core and are the first graphics cards to incorporate the VLIW4 shader configuration.

Due to their very similar make-up the BIOS on the HD 6950 can now be modified and the team over at Tech Power Up have been able to create a new BIOS that unlocks its full potential, basically transforming it into a full HD 6970 graphics card.


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