BFGTech 6600GT, Mushkin's New Heatsink Design, and more!
Hey folks! Incase you haven't heard the good news, the demo for F.E.A.R. will be released on friday morning. The japanese horror inspired theme, while already been done in the movies, is new to the FPS genre. This, combined with the intense action we've already seen from screenshots and trailers, should make for one hell of a game.
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"NVIDIA's 6600GT is still the sweet spot for budget buyers that are looking for nice performance at an affordable price tag. That said, NVIDIA's 6600GT positioning could change with ATI's X800GT, as it proposes to be fiercer than its X700 series of graphics adapters. The X700 was really a competitor to the regular 6600 with better performance and an aggressive price tag, but it ATI was clearly marketing it otherwise to better deal with the situation."
"Mushkin recently announced a radically new heatsink design for their top memory modules. They claim it offers greatly-improved thermal dissipation capabilities courtesy of a larger surface area, a new aero-efficient design and an advanced thermal adhesive. Check it out!"
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