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Five years ago in TechSpot:
Microsoft nears release of 64-bit Windows
Storage
i-Tech SIMDrive @ Bona Fide Reviews
Verbatim InSight 500GB USB Hard Drive @ OCModShop
SSD vs HDD on a Netbook OCZ Neutrino @ TestFreaks

Video
SAPPHIRE Vapor-X HD5750 @ InsideHW
ASUS GeForce GTX 285 Matrix @ PureOverclock
XFX Radeon HD 5870 Video Card Review @ I4U

Peripherals
Archerfish SmartBox and Camera Surveillance Kit Review @ Futurelooks

Misc.
HWiNFO32 Review @ BenchmarkHQ
Spire Slide Pro Review @ techPowerUp
Win a copy of Colin McRae: DiRT 2 for the PC @ Elite Bastards

Power Supplies
Seasonic X-Series 650W PSU Review @ DriverHeaven.net

Enclosures
Filemate 3.5" Hard Drive Enclosure @ Pro-Clockers

Cooling
Noctua NF-P14 FLX 140mm Fans @ DragonSteelMods
Xigmatek Thor's Hammer CPU Cooler/Heatsink Review @ Tweaknews

Memory
OCZ Platinum DDR3-1333 4GB Low Voltage Dual Channel Memory Kit Review @ ThinkComputers.org

Cases
Raidmax SKYLINE Mid-Tower Case @ BCCHardware
Cooler Master HAF 932 Full Tower Case @ PCSTATS
Thermaltake Element G Gaming Case Review @ Legit Reviews

Notebooks
Acer Aspire 5738DG-6165 15.6-inch 3D Notebook @ TweakTown
Fujitsu's Winter Launch of Tiny Notebooks and More @ HardwareZone

Systems
Cryo HTPC review @ TechRadar




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levar said:

Just to put it out there the "Win a copy of Colin McRae: DiRT 2 for the PC @ Elite Bastards " is for UK residents only. I also agree with John over @ testfreaks about SSD vs HDD

"There should be no comparison between SSDs and HDDs when the interface and drives become available. The performance gap will be quite significant." I agree 100%

Five years since M$ released 64-bit OSs huh? wow I hate the fact they're not supporting Windows XP 64-bit anymore.

Timonius Timonius said:

Even freely distributed OSes such as a Linux OS have a limited support life. Would expect Microsoft to continue to offically support Windows 95? On the plus side I'm glad they have an upgrade path from XP to 7 (although I hate the way we have to do it).

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