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DailyTech's roundup of hardware reviews from around the web for Monday

Phiaton PS 320 @ Digital Trends

Panasonic HDC-TM350 @ TrustedReviews

Themaltake Element V @ Bjorn3d
Lian Li PC B25F @ XSReviews

Noctua NH-C12P CPU Cooler Video Review @ Tech Lobby
Evercool Cruise Missle Thermal Compound @ PureOverclock
Domino ALC Liquid Cooling @ TechwareLabs
Titan Fenrir CPU Cooler @ Pro-Clockers

Corsair Dominator DDR3-1600 4GB Dual Channel Memory kit @ ThinkComputers

ASRock M3A785GXH @ OCInside
ASUS M4A79T Deluxe @ Hardware Review
ASUS Maximus III Gene @ Hardware Review
ASUS Maximus III Formula @ TweakTown
EVGA P55 FTW @ Hi Tech Legion
Intel DP55WG @ Techgage
Gigabyte GA-P55-UD4P @ Bjorn3d

ASUS Eee PC 1008HA Seashell @ InsideHW
LG GD510 Pop @ TrustedReviews

Buffalo DriveStation HD-HXU3 USB 3.0 External Hard Disk @ TweakTown

Video Cards
Sapphire Radeon HD 5750 @ TweakTown
Arctic Cooling L2 Pro on HD 5770 @ Hardware Overclock
Galaxy GeForce GT240 D5 @ Hardware Bistro
Sapphire Vapor X 5750 @ Driverheaven
Sapphire HD 5970 OC @ Bjorn3d

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GT 240 D5
By WoWCow on 11/30/2009 2:01:31 PM , Rating: 1
Talk about lip service for nVidia...
Galaxy GeForce GT240 D5 delivers better demand of digital world like turning photos and videos into masterpieces (greater processing power), enjoy crystal-clear Adobe Flash 10.1 video in full HD (stutter-free viewing), play latest games with fast frame rate and Nvidia Physx effect (2x speed), accelerated applications with 96 CUDA processing cores (55x performance). Other selling points of Galaxy GeForce GT240 D5 are like supported by CUDA/Physx Technologies, 3D Vision, Window 7, OpenCL 3.2, PureVideo HD, dual-link DVI, VGA, HDMI 1.3a, dual-link HDCP capable, DirectX 10.1, Shader Model 4.1 and so on

Summing the review quick: It is a 9600gso shrunk to 40nm.

Also worth noting is no AMD parts were used in the comparisons or the benchmarks.

Casual(?) review, could use a lot of polish and fixing its biased support for nVidia.

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