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     Waterblock for the mono PCB GTX 295
      Posted on 06/07/2009 at 12:59 by Marc - source: Guru3D
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    Danger Den has announced the availability of a new watercooling block for the new mono-PCB GTX 295. It is being marketed as the Danger Den GTX295 V2 and will be available for around $135.95. It is made up of a block of copper covering the whole of the card and comes with four connections options to the external radiator.




     2 GB HD 4890 from Saphhire
      Posted on 06/07/2009 at 12:33 by Marc - source: Sapphire
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    Sapphire has announced the release of a Radeon HD 4890 Vapor-X with 2 GB of GDDR5. You can pre-order now in Europe for 225 euros. Apart from the extra GB this card will be delivered with significantly higher clocks than standard: 870 MHz for the core and 1100 MHz for the GDDR5.




     Intel X25-E : 128 GB then 256 GB!
      Posted on 06/07/2009 at 10:25 by Marc - source: HKEPC
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    Thanks to the use of flash chips engraved at 34nm, Intel looks set to increase the capacity of its SLC-based X25-E SSDs significantly in the months to come. A 128 GB version is planned for the fourth quarter as well as a 256 GB model for the 1st quarter of 2010! We hope that the cost per GB will fall in comparison with the current versions. Otherwise the 256 GB model will cost 3000 euros.

    The 34nm engraving process should allow the X25-M to reach 320 GB in its 1.8" and 2.5" versions in the fourth quarter.


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