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Maingear launches three New Overclocked F1X Systems

Maingear F1X Series

Maingear has just returned on the market with three new F1X overclocked systems which are giving high-end gaming experience. The F1X 750 is powered by an overclocked 3.6GHz Core i7-975 processor, two ATI Radeon HD 5870 GPUs in crossfire mode, 12GB DDR3 RAM memory at 1333MHz, 120 GB HDD from WesternDigital and a X20 Watercooling system.

The other two systems, the F1X 500 and the F1X 200 have almost the same configuration but with minor changes. The F1X series have been crated for those who are spending hours in front of their computer slaying monsters or Nazi forces from the latest video games which require high performance systems to run.

Here is the price of each system from F1X Series : the F1X 750 is $5.149 , F1X 500 is $3.099 , F1X 200 is $2.249

Via geekygadgets

HP Mini 311 Netbook – Overclocking for Better Gaming Performance

Not satisfied with the poor performance results when you run gaming tests on your HP Mini 311 Netbook? Then you should know that the netbooks aren’t designed for gaming. Even so, there is still a solution for you in order to increase the gaming performance of your netbook. Some guys from MyHpMini forums managed to overclock the Atom CPU in the NVidia ION powered HP Mini 311 from 1.85 GHz to 2.1 GHz. They say that the key is the ASRock OC Tuner software with some tweaks. The results of increasing performance are remarkable. If you are looking for a step-by-step explanation of the overclocking process, click here.

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HP Mini 311 Netbook Overclocking