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Corsair A70 CPU Cooler Review

@ 2011/01/02 read/post comments(0)
Corsair's A70 CPU cooler is an excellent cooling solution for the user who needs more cooling performance than either the OEM solution or lower priced aftermarket coolers can deliver. Corsair positions the A70 as a high performance CPU cooler that… Go To Full Article

NZXT Vulcan Case Review Review

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Take a look at the NZXT Vulcan mATX case. This case has some great style, cooling, and features that go beyond the average mATX case. Go To Full Article

OCZ 120GB RevoDrive PCIe Review – Its Lightning Fast!

@ 2011/01/02 read/post comments(0)
The RevoDrive is a bit different than other solid state drives, in that, it does not attach through a typical SATA II port, but rather a PCI Express slot on the motherboard of the computer itself. It is a simple… Go To Full Article

AMD Radeon HD 6950 & HD 6970 CrossFireX

@ 2011/01/02 read/post comments(0)
By most definitions, AMD's Radeon HD 6900 graphics cards are powerful, but for those who are looking to push huge resolutions, a little more oomph might be desired. That's where multi-GPU configurations come in, and to see what AMD's latest… Go To Full Article

Deepcool Ice Matrix 600

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Just as I found with the Ice Matrix 400, this heatsink doesn't have the mirror polished base that Deepcool advertises. A mirror polished base means that the CPU makes a slightly higher contact with the heatsink and has a little… Go To Full Article

Western Digital SiliconEdge Blue 256GB Solid State Drive Review

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Over the past year we have looked at quite a number of solid state drives. The surprising thing is that these drives have been from companies that are not known for storage products. They have mainly been from memory companies… Go To Full Article

Sunbeamtech Twister 120 Heatsink Review

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Sunbeamtech's Twister 120 heatsink is for all intents and purposes based on a standard OEM design we've seen many times before on Frostytech. Standing 154mm tall, the Twister heatsink weighs 631 grams and ships with two 120mm fans that operate… Go To Full Article

NVIDIA GT 430 Review

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NVIDIA was the first to bring 3D Blu-ray (BD) via native HDMI 1.4 to the PC, coupled with HD audio bit stream support in the GTX 460, GTS 450 and GT 430 family of GPUs the home theater PC (HTPC)… Go To Full Article

Coolage X120TF Heatsink Review

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In wind tunnels metal honeycomb panels are often used to smooth out the turbulent airflow and create laminar airflow. Coolage's X120TF heatsink borrows from this idea with a loosely shaped honeycomb fin stack. It will be interesting to see what… Go To Full Article

Lian Li PC-V2120 Full Tower Case Review

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Much like Ferrari and Lamborghini in the automotive world, Lian Li is considered by many to be the flagship computer chassis manufacturer. Although they have been in business since 1983, it wasn't until around 2000 that they began turning heads… Go To Full Article

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