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19 PSU 650 to 1000 watts

@ 2011/02/07 read/post comments(0)
Food is now an essential component in a PC. Its primary purpose is to provide the current necessary for your machine. Today we open so a comparison of blocks, which will attempt to verify the performance and stability of power… Go To Full Article

Sappahire Pure Black x58

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Better late then never, is the saying this time for Sapphire as it introduces a new premium board into the Intel market. First impressions are key. Does Pure Black x58 push all the right buttons or is Sapphire's first attempt… Go To Full Article

SilverStone Strider Gold ST75F-G 750W report

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It's hard to believe it is already February -- it feels like it wasn't too long ago since it was the holidays filled with food, comfort, and in some cases, lots of snow. Of course, in various parts of the… Go To Full Article

[M] Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus and Hyper TX3 CPU Coolers Review

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Cooler Master cut a slice of the bottom of their Hyper 212 and TX2, making them direct-heatpipe-touch models. We put them through their paces on an overclocked Core i7 platform. Can these budgetfriendly cooling solutions offer a good alternative to… Go To Full Article

Noctua NH-C14 Lower Noise Heatsink Review

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The Noctua NH-C14 is a big heatsink for sure, but remarkably by orienting the fans and aluminum fin stack in a top-down direction, Noctua keep the heatsinks' height to just 130mm. That's a far cry more compact than your typical… Go To Full Article

Xigmatek NRP-MC1002 1000W Power Supply

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Xigmatek once again comes out swinging in the 1 kilowatt PSU arena. This is not an easy level to perform at, but you have to give Xigmatek credit for again trying. Will its new "Go Green" PSU be up to… Go To Full Article

Plextor readies new, 480 MB/s solid state drives for March release

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According to Plextor, the 256GB M2S drive will reach the speeds mentioned above, while the 128GB and 64GB models will top 420/210 MB/s and 370/110 MB/s, respectively, when reading/writing. The incoming SSDs have a SATA 6.0 Gbps… Go To Full Article

Scythe Releases Mine 2 High End 140mm CPU Cooler

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Japanese cooling specialist Scythe hereby officially announces the launch the new high-end CPU Cooler Mine 2. The Mine 2 CPU Cooler is based on a twin cooler Layout. Eight copper heatpipes transport heat to two generously dimensioned… Go To Full Article

Foxconn H55MX-S Motherboard Review

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With Sandy Bridge in a state of hiatus for the next couple of months, a specific sector of our audience may decide to opt for the previous-generation platform which is now thoroughly tried and tested. These people are more likely… Go To Full Article

GIGABYTE E350N-USB3 Fusion Benched, Overclocked and Examined

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I'm going to be honest here when I say that I wasn't on the Fusion bandwagon from the start. I liked the idea behind it, but I wasn't sure if we would actually ever see it eventuate, or at least… Go To Full Article

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