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ASUS P5Q Deluxe - P45 Is Off to a Great Start

@ 2008/05/27 read/post comments(0)
Intel's P45 is due out next month, but the boards are already rolling in. Our first look is at ASUS' P5Q Deluxe, a DDR2 offering that's feature-packed and comes in at a great price. Features include a layman's RAID tool,… Go To Full Article

Hiper 880W Double Header Power Supply Review

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Recently, I took a look at the Hiper Type M 580W power supply, and gave it a less than stunning review. Well, it turns out that the 580W unit's bigger brothers, the Type R II and Type M 880W models,… Go To Full Article

ASUS P5E64 WS Evolution Workstation Motherboard

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Workstation motherboards have always been a niche market for computer users with specialized needs. As a result, these boards aren’t cheap and represent the pinnacle of desktop performance and power. Which brings us to the subject of today’s review -… Go To Full Article

CoolerMaster Centurion 590 Case Review

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CoolerMaster has done it again with an excellent Med Tower case for the under $70 range. The case offers 9 drive bays, a Front Panel IO with Firewire, tool less construction and more. At the targeted price point, the Centurion… Go To Full Article

Intel Dual Core vs Quad Core Revisited

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It's very interesting to compare quad-core and dual-core processors, as the cheapest Intel Core 2 Quad (Q6600) already costs about $200. This price border separates more expensive CPUs from popular products in the market. So, common users may be tempted… Go To Full Article

Coolink SWiF-192 Silent Fan Review

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We’ve been playing around with computer silencing for a while now at Tech-Reviews and so far, we’ve had great success in silencing the hard drives. However, we still have some really noisy fans, so today we’ll be replacing our cases… Go To Full Article

Lian Li PC-P60 Armorsuit

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For the simple user, who looks for a housing, there is a large selection of favorable housings most diverse manufacturers. If one can spend however little more funds and wants, one does not go past at a manufacturer: Lian left. Go To Full Article

Apack Zerotherm FZ120 Heatsink Review

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Apack's new Zerotherm ZF120 heatsink is a refined version of the Zerotherm Nirvana 120, but this is no simple fan switch out - the ZF120 is rebuilt from the heatpipes up. The result is an Intel & AMD compatible heatsink… Go To Full Article

Noctua NH-C12P heatsink review

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Noctua does not fail to impress with their new NH-C12P. Focusing on mainly tower based heatsinks over the last couple of years, it is refreshing to see a potent down-draft design from Noctua. It provides an excellent holistic cooling solution… Go To Full Article

APACK ZEROtherm ZEN FZ120 CPU Cooler Review

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Today marks our first look at the heatpipe tower design. This design isn’t relatively new to the industry but is different from what we have become used to here at ModSynergy. Regular coolers have a fan that blows downward on… Go To Full Article

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