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Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare DEMO Released

A few months back i was a die hard Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter player, almost every night i played the game relentlessly. When GRAW2 was released, it improved the graphics and gameplay by virtually double. However there is one game i have been waiting for months to get my eager hands on, and that was COD4 (Call of Duty 4). Well yesterday Activision released the Single Player Demo of COD4, the internet traffic to the sites that were hosting the file for the first few hours was intense, however finally after a few hours it started showing up on some of the main sites, like Fileplanet and Fileshack. 2 Hours later the game was installed, and i got my hands on the first look of what i had been waiting for, and in a few words, it was utterly amazing. I have never seen gameplay this intense or exciting, the game litterally pulls you into it, somthing that most other games have not really ever done for me. Even with my measily 7600GT graphics card, the game ran smoother then any game i had played previously which had intense graphics, and even with the low graphics settings, the graphics looked amazing still. You have my personal recommendation for this game, everyone should download the demo and get into this kind of exciting gameplay, the likes of which i have not seen for a long long time. ~ Spawne32 Owner/Founder overclockerspulse.com

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By: Spawne32, On October 12, 2007 Read More

OCZ Announces World’s First 4GB NVIDIA® SLI™ Certified Kits

Sunnyvale, CA—October 9, 2007—OCZ Technology Group, Inc. a worldwide leader in innovative ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today announced the latest addition to the award-winning OCZ NVIDIA® SLI™ certified series, the world’s first 4GB PC2-6400 SLI-Ready DDR2 modules. Optimized specifically for the latest generation nForce platforms, this series features an ideal combination of reduced latencies and high density to support the ultimate gaming experience.

The OCZ PC2-6400 4GB SLI-Ready Series is the optimal memory solution for current and upcoming DirectX® 10  graphic-intensive PC titles and provides unsurpassed reliability and performance to unleash every graphic possibility. For enthusiasts, gamers, and system-builders using Windows® Vista™ as their choice operating system and who need the performance of high-speed memory, these newest PC2-6400 4GB kits are the ultimate SLI certified memory upgrade to increase your system responsiveness. The new high-density OCZ PC2-6400 4GB SLI-Ready Series is equipped with NVIDIA Enhanced Performance Profiles (EPP) to optimize the modules’ gaming performance on nForce® SLI-based motherboards.

“There are increasingly more games that are now taking advantage of DirectX® 10 being introduced, and consumers need more memory to take full advantage of the enhanced details and effects within the games,” said Alex Mei, Chief Marketing Officer, OCZ Technology Group. “OCZ is proud to be the first memory manufacturer to offer an SLI Certified 4GB solution for gamers seeking for a perfect blend of high density and easy overclocking right out of the box on NVIDIA platforms.” 

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By: Spawne32, On October 09, 2007 Read More

Pictures from Thermaltake at WCG

"WCG has finally chosen their best of the best players around the world. As we all know this year WCG was held at Qwestfield Seattle, WA. It was easy when you get the cold weather and rainy day in Seattle, but players were having a great time at WCG. Thermaltake is proud to be one of the sponsors for the events. For those who missed the show, Thermaltake has dedicated a page for update and some pictures.
National Invention and Creation Award host by Taiwan Ministry of Economic Affairs is aim to encourage inventors and researchers for their dedication on creating new things for a better world. By awarding outstanding inventors, the organizer hopes to drive the innovative atmosphere and promote the development of science and technology in all industries." ~ October 2007 Thermaltake Newsletter

See all the images here! 

By: Spawne32, On October 09, 2007 Read More

Thermaltake Max 4 Active Cooling External HDD Enclosure

tt"The enclosure is built extremely well, most of it is aluminum except for the front and rear ventilation holes which are plastic. Comparing this to the two other external enclosures I've owned is like night and day. I actually feel safe putting my hard drive in this with all of my data on it. The connections on the back are tight and don't move around, and the included power brick actually has some mass to it. The performance and silence of the enclosure combined with its stylish looks and reasonable price make it a great buy, and I recommend it to anyone who's looking for a quality unit that has good silent cooling which helps in prolonging the life of your hard drive." - Read More

By: NickS, On October 08, 2007 Read More

PC Power & Cooling Releases Turbo-Cool 1200 Single-Rail PSU

Sunnyvale, Calif.—October 3, 2007—OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance memory and PC components, today announced the release of the Turbo-Cool 1200 power supply from PC Power & Cooling. Designed to offer the consumer market a professional-grade computer power supply, the 1200W Turbo-Cool is the ultimate power solution for those that require the very best, long-lasting, industrial-grade components for their mission-critical system or leading-edge gaming machine.

Continuing a long history of technical innovation and industry leadership, PC Power & Cooling has designed the Turbo-Cool 1200 for optimum power distribution to all components by utilizing their customary "single +12V rail" design. This trail-blazing approach to +12V rail design ends the need to budget power "across the rails" as is the case with the less effective multi-rail design found in the vast majority of high-performance PSUs on the market today.

"The release of the Turbo-Cool 1200 is another landmark event for PC Power & Cooling," stated Doug Dodson, founder of PCP&C and CTO for the OCZ Technology Group. "The Turbo-Cool series has a long history of providing an industrial, server-class computer power supply to the consumer market and the 1200 model brings the product line to new heights with a massive +12V continuous output of 90 Amps and an efficiency rating of 83%. Many of the top OEMs in the computing industry are excited to see the arrival of this innovative power supply."

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By: Spawne32, On October 03, 2007 Read More

Coolink Silentator Review Posted

Coolink is not a name that most Americans are familiar with, it is a Taiwaneese based company which sells its products primarily in the European and Asian markets, and it is a rare occurrence that you will see someone in the USA sporting one of these. However you may be familiar with its cousin, Noctua, operated by the same parent company, RASCOM.

In an effort to bring more attention to euro only cooling products, we requested a sample from Coolink of their Silentator, if you don’t know the name Coolink for its heatsinks you may recognize it from the uniquely blue cooling fans they produce, with a clear translucent frame and blue fan blades. Today we will be examining their heatsink the “Silentator” in their air cooling lineup.

Read the full review here.

By: Spawne32, On October 02, 2007 Read More

Thermaltake Xaser VI and Armor+ specifications revealed!

After the release of Thermaltake XaserVI and Armor+ sneak preview video on YouTube, 20,000 enthusiasts have watched the video and provided many positive feedbacks from all over the world.  Everyone is excited about the cases and waiting anxiously for them to be available in the market, at the same time, wanting to know all the great features underneath their beauty.  Therefore, Thermaltake is revealing the specifications of XaserVi and Armor+ to satisfy everyone’s curiosity.

Following the design concept of sport cars, users can expect new aesthetic experiences from Xaser VI and Armor+.  The top sliding hood allows easy access to the extra storage space for small tools and accessories.  Internally, the PSU supporting bridge, removable HDD cage and motherboard tray have all been re-designed to achieve smarter and easier installation process.  In order to allow enthusiasts to be the trend setters with Thermaltake creations, Xaser VI and Armor+ will be the only case in the market that equip with 10 PCI slot and 14 drive bay to support extreme expandability and user friendliness.  Furthermore, 5.25” & 3.5” drive bay, PCI slot, PSU supporting bridge, and side panel all have Tool-Free design for user’s convenience.  More detail features are listed in the chart below.

There are air cooling or liquid cooling models available to choose from, as well as the colors. XaserXI is available in Ferrari red and steel silver while Armor+ is available in carbon black and steel silver.

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By: Spawne32, On October 02, 2007 Read More

OCZ ATV Turbo Flash Drive Review by Spawne32

Yet another review by Spawne32 here at Overclockers Pulse. This time it is the OCZ ATV Flash Drive! 

"I am truly impressed here and I would like to commend OCZ for bringing us another fine product, this time in the area of flash media storage." - Spawne32. Read more..

By: NickS, On October 01, 2007 Read More

NZXT Listen Up! Contest

The friendly staff over at NZXT are running a contest for the first half of October.  The prizes up for grabs are the NZXT. Rogue, NZXT. Alpha and NZXT. PP800.  Stop by the contest thread to participate!

By: NickS, On October 01, 2007 Read More

Aqua-Pcs Launches Water-Cooling brand "Flow"

Today the UK Water-Cooling shop Aqua-Pcs has officially launched its own water cooling range “Flow”

Flow Cooling offers products that not only look great but also have awesome cooling properties while staying within an acceptable price bracket.

Using this concept they have launched a range of products including their Flow CPU Block, Reservoir, and Radiators.

For more information check out Flow Cooling.

By: Spawne32, On September 23, 2007 Read More

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