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Patriot Releases New Viper Series Gaming Memory with EPP2.0

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Patriot Releases New Viper Series Gaming Memory with EPP2.0 Patriot's new Viper Series gaming memory with EPP2.0 goes bold with Nvidia® green inspired shields Fremont, California, USA, June… Go To Full Article

Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 LP Review

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Today for review I've got the Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 LP CPU cooler, it's very small, and virtually silent. The Freezer 7 LP is aimed at the media center or HTPC crowd with silence and compact size as it's main… Go To Full Article

Scythe Ninja Copper heatsink

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The key problem for the Ninja Copper lies in the fact that we’ve already tested ultra low noise coolers like the Noctua NH U12P and ThermalRight Ultra 120 eXtreme, and not only were they very quiet, but both performed brilliantly… Go To Full Article

Mushkin Ascent DDR3-2000

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I can't recall a time when technology moved as fast as RAM technology is moving today. It seems like just a few short months ago DDR3 had appeared and was grossly overpriced and rather underpowered. But in a short time… Go To Full Article

Super Talent Project X PC3-16000 2GB Memory Kit Review

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Flashy name with stylized logo, check. Big, intimidating heatsink, check. Killer ratings to back up claims of such, check. While Super Talent has all the makings for an enthusiast brand with its new Project X series, how well it performs… Go To Full Article

OCZ Reaper HPC 2GB PC3-10666 (1333MHz) DDR3 Memory Kit

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Today we'll be taking a look at one product in OCZ's product portfolio that attempts to live up the company's heritage as a high speed memory company. The kit we'll be examining is from OCZ's DDR3 lineup, the 2GB Reaper… Go To Full Article

Noctua NH-C12P

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Any computer enthusiasts would know the importance of keeping the components inside of a system running cool. This is especially true if you overclock because once pushing the hardware components to their limits, the resultant heat they generate can cause… Go To Full Article

BFG ES-800W PSU Review

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BFG, a company renowned as a VGA card manufacturer have recently released several PSU products, mostly aimed towards enthusiasts and power users. Today we will review one of their higher end units, the ES series 800W power supply. Go To Full Article

Cooler Master Silent Pro M 700W

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Noise in computer systems is an ever growing problem – one which many enthusiasts strive to deal with. A Power supply is often thought as quite a quiet component of the hardware which makes your PC. However, turn off all… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte's GA-EP45-DQ6 motherboard

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We do think Gigabyte has made a motherboard with a lot of potential here – the board currently works very well under default conditions. It has tons of features—and some are genuinely great little nuggets—far, far better software and very… Go To Full Article

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