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With the bold proclamation that it is the highest-performing CPU block the company has ever produced, Danger Den announced the availability of the DD-M6 CPU Block. Beginning January 2, customers can get their hands on the new device, which is replacing Danger Den’s MC-TDX block. The DD-M6 is available in brass or nickel-plated finishes and features improved thermal performance, a low flow restriction design, and a new mounting system. An AMD version of the block will follow two weeks after the initial release of the Intel version of the DD-M6. The brass and nickel versions will cost $74.95... Read more...
Danger Den just sent word that their Radeon HD 5870 water block is ready and about to ship--the official press release is posted below. Perhaps more interesting than the news about the 5870 water block, however, is the little detail Danger Den mentions at the end of the release. It looks like the dual-GPU powered Radeon HD 5870 X2 (if that is what it will officially be named) design is complete and samples are out in the wild. DD-5870 Block for the ATI 5870 VGA Card Danger Den continues to extend their broad line of full coverage video card blocks with the new ATI 5870 water block. The DD-5870... Read more...
Hey folks, I've got some bedtime stories for you techies :) Intel sent me an interesting e-mail today... apparently Seattle is the "Most Unwired City" in America. I guess with all the starbucks it's hard to sit still. Anyway, enjoy the rest. Goodnight. Replay: Unknown Features of the NetBurst Core @ X-Bit Labs "In the third part of our NetBurst Architecture investigation trilogy we are going to reveal the details of the Replay mechanism Implemented in Intel Pentium 4 processors, which Intel keeps quiet about. This particular mechanism and its working principles explain why Pentium... Read more...
Good afternoon folks :) There are a couple items in the mailbox that I haven't listed below, but are still a decent read. To help you get through all the reviews we post, how about giving Firefox a boost? ipKonfig will show you how. The next item is a review of Sony's PSP from Designtechnica... incredible device I must say. Well, now I'm off to fix computers and wait for my 6800GT to arrive, adios folks. EPoX EP-9NPA ULTRA Motherboard @ HardOCP "On the stability front, the EPoX 9NPA ULTRA was dream at stock settings with a 4000 CPU. In our usual 48 hours of stress testing, the motherboard... Read more...
Hey folks, it's time to empty the box again. We've got some different articles in tonight, such as the Apple iPod HP 20GB review, and a review for the Logitech Quickcam ORBIT Face-tracking Webcam. Goodnight all, enjoy your reading :) Danger Den RBX Waterblock Review @ OCModShop "The accelerator nozzles on the RBX are a very interesting concept. They allow the end user to adjust the water flow through the block to best suit the rest of the cooling system. The accelerator nozzle kit contains four precut nozzles and one blank for your own design. The #1 nozzle is the only one included with the... Read more...
Another Saturday, another news post. It's 5:30 and I still haven't changed out of my sweat pants, weekends are great :) I'll try and muster up some energy though, just for you guys. Read on, and enjoy! Danger Den MCT-5 and MCT-40 Liquid Review @ Madshrimps "Danger Den has partnered with Midwest Cooling Technologies to bring two non-conductive cooling liquids for the H20 Enthusiast: MCT-5 and MCT-40 are premixed, non-conductive, and with significantly lower freeze points then water. They even fluoresce under black light." Scythe's Arctic Silentium 1 Reviewed @ hi-techreviews.com "With... Read more...
Well folks, I just finished watching the news, and apparently the "King of Spam" lives in New Hampshire. Of course I started cracking up immediately, as anyone with an e-mail address knows every state in America has at least two Spam Kings. This guy was great though, he developed spyware software, and then developed software that removed the spyware... hey, hey! Turn off that light bulb above your head, my mailbox suffers enough ;) Best of 2004 Hardware & Tech @ Gamers Depot "2004 was a great year for PC hardware and technology – we found ourselves drenched in performance... Read more...
Good morning everyone.  With x-mas fast approaching and yours truely behind on his shopping, today is going to be a glorious day filled with busy malls and hectic traffic.  I just love the peaceful time of Christmas.... ;)  Here is your first shot of the day...  Danger Den DDC-12V Water Pump Review @ Madshrimps "If water cooling is in your blood, Danger Den needs no introduction. If you plan on making the transformation from air to water cooling, Danger Den is a company you may want to get to know better. Today were going to take a look at what may be the smallest 400l/h... Read more...
Good morning everyone, welcome back to Hot Hardware :)  As I am sure you have noticed, there have been a "few" changes around here recently.  The whole crew has been working extremely hard to bring you a site that will fit your every need.  Let us know what you think of our new layout by dropping in the forum and plugging away at our current user poll :) Danger Den Maze 4 Chipset-Block & Kit @ Club OC "Danger Den has always been a pioneer of some outstanding designs for us water coolers out there. Starting with the very first Maze design, Danger Den came from nowhere... Read more...