March 2006

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March 2006 - Overclock Your PC!

The complete PDF archive of the March 2006 edition of Maximum PC, every article included, every page posted! Download it now!

March 2006

It's a well-known fact that PC enthusiast media readers are almost 90% more likely to make creative use of an old PC.

Two Cores in Every Apple

Apple takes a bite out of the market with its new Intel-based proecssor Macs.

Gun

Well, what more would you expect from a game called 'Gun,' hmm?

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Adobe Photoshop Elements with Premiere Elements

The newest update to Photoshop Elements 4.0 is just a bunny hop forward from the previous iteration. Adobe really sweetens the deal, however, by bundling the home-user edition of Photoshop with the home-user version of Premiere—Premiere Elements 2.0.

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Sanyo Xacti C5

Hybrid digital camera/video recorders have historically let us down. They tend to be slow performers that fulfill neither role well. We did, however, think that Sanyo was on to something with its original C1 hybrid, released in the U.S. by Fisher as the FVD-C1. The second-generation Xacti C5 proves our hunch was right.

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Xitel HiFi Link for iPod

Turn your awkward social gathering you call a 'party' into a world of aural pleasure, using your iPod and this docking station.

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Alienware Ozma 7 Headphones

If you know your Wizard of Oz lore, you’ll recall that Ozma was the young princess and rightful heir to the throne of Oz. Exactly what this has to do with audio and aliens is anyone’s guess, but these headphones did take us over the rainbow.

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Thermaltake Tide Water

Now that GPU temperatures are exceeding CPU temps, water-cooling has become a much more appealing way to deliver exceptional cooling to your videocard without a lot of noise. The problem is, no one has built stand-alone GPU water-cooling kits—until now. Thermaltake’s Tide Water is an innovative product that indeed succeeds at cooling your GPU in silence. Trouble is, the omission of RAM heatsinks means that while your GPU will be chillin’, the rest of your videocard will be suitable for grillin’.

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