XFX GeForce 7900 GTX

Prepare to be sucked into your seat with XFX's extremely powerful Geforce 7900 GTX.


Arctic Cooling Accelero VGA Coolers

Arctic Cooling has retired its Silencer series of VGA coolers, reportedly because their massive size was causing worldwide plastic shortages (we kid, but they were huge coolers). To replace the Silencer, Arctic Cooling just introduced the Accelero X1 (for nVidia cards) and X2 (for ATI cards).

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nVidia GeForce 7900 GTX

Speed kills and so does nVidia's new 7900 GTX,, with a mortality rate of 100 percent.

PNY Verto GeForce 6800 GS

Now, even a tightwad (you know who you are!) can afford a little performance for a little price.

ATI Radeon X1900 XTX

Allow ATI to take you on a magic carpet ride and show you a whole new world of graphics with the X1900 XTX.


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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Linksys WUSBF54G

Linksys’ inelegantly named WUSBF54G is not just an 802.11b/g network adapter, it’s also a handy Wi-Fi finder. It’s just the ticket for frequent travelers, especially those with laptops predating 802.11g.

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eVGA e-GeForce 7800 GTX

Count on eVGA for quality, performance, and price for your next purchase. You can thank us later.

Asus N7800GT Dual

NVidia played Frankenstein with their 7800 GT line and fused the performance of two cards in one.