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1/12/2012
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CES 2012 Gadget Wrap-Up: Cool To Crazy

The Consumer Electronics Show offers thousands of products, from the sublime to the bizarre. Check out some of the more notable entries of 2012.
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No, you're not looking at the engine of a souped up Nissan Leaf. You're looking at an aftermarket cooling system for a gamer's PC. Gamers are always looking for a competitive advantage, and a faster CPU is one of the best advantages. So, for those people with some engineering knowhow, one way to get that advantage is to use a cooler, like that from Digital Storm. Once installed, you can ramp up the clock speed on your gaming PC without frying the CPU. Customized systems start at $1400.

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