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Ultra X3 1600W Modular Power Supply Review

@ 2007/08/04 read/post comments(0)
There's no question that the Ultra X3 1600W Modular Power Supply has a lot of power. Considering your typical computer build only requires 500W or less, is there any need for 1600 watts? Well, if you have the very latest… Go To Full Article

Vizo Orbiter HDD Cooler Review

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The past few years hard drives have grown exponentially in capacity and cache size (as well as new features like NCQ), but the most common spin rate is still 7200RPM. Another variable that hasn't changed much is heat output: a… Go To Full Article

Scythe Ninja Plus Rev.B, Infinity, and Andy Samurai Master CPU Coolers

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Although relatively new to the market, Scythe, which first began its United States business operations in 2004, has already introduced a number of products that have been quite popular among PC enthusiasts. The secret to Scythe's success is a pretty… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte P35C-DS3R Motherboard Review

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Recently I had the opportunity to visit Gigabyte's US Headquarters, where I was given a tour of Gigabyte's new products, including their Ultra Durable 2 Series of motherboards. Today, HL takes a look at Gigabyte's ultra-versatile GA-P35C-DS3R.… Go To Full Article

Western Digital WD7500AAKS 750GB HD Review

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We aren't sure why Western Digital waited so long to offer a drive bigger than 500GB, but we are happy to see the competition heating up. Plus, with storage prices so low right now, Western Digital's move seems rather smart.… Go To Full Article

How To Make a Budget Desktop Computer on the Cheap

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Once you have a general idea on those two fronts, the next decision is whether to get a PC that suits you from a large vendor like Dell, a local computer store or even try building it yourself. All three… Go To Full Article

MSI P6N-Diamond Motherboard Review

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In the past Nvidia have produced some of the best enthusiast chipsets around, most notably perhaps their nForce 4 for the old AMD 939 systems. Still, times have changed now and for quite a while Intel's 965P and 975P based… Go To Full Article

Thermalright Ultra-120 eXtreme CPU Cooler Review

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Today we take the new Thermalright Ultra-120 extreme more exactly under the magnifying glass. The Ultra-120 extreme is thereby the first new publication of the summer product offensive of Thermalright. As the name lets assume, it concerns one purposefully improved… Go To Full Article

Eagle Tech Computers D-Series External Storage System Review

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This review will take a look at an interesting new enclosure from Eagle Tech Computers. Their D-Series External Storage System, model ET-CSDU2F-BK, supports two SATA hard drive (with capacities up to 750GB each) in either a RAID 0 or JBOD… Go To Full Article

Nesteq Nova 600W External PSU Review

@ 2007/08/04 read/post comments(0)
t's a great looking and innovative product with so much potential, that actually works silently rather than just claiming it on the packaging like so many others. But unfortunately there was a complete lacking in attention to detail: the PSU… Go To Full Article

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