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Noctua NH-C12P CPU Cooler

@ 2008/11/26 read/post comments(0)
Noctua is one of the newest cooling manufacturers on the market. But don't let their new face fool you. Noctua means buisness. They've already taken the cooling world by storm and they have proven to be a tough competitor when… Go To Full Article

Watercooled GeForce GTX 280 Showdown

@ 2008/11/26 read/post comments(0)
Judging the value of the these cards is something that’s generated a fair amount of discussion here in the office, not least because for just a tenner more than the MSI GeForce GTX 280 HydroGen and a good £40 less… Go To Full Article

OCZ Gladiator Max CPU Cooler Review

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The goal OCZ's technicians had when developing this heatsink and fan combo was to make it silent without sacrificing cooling performance, and they managed to do just that. Regarding noise levels, I would have no problem using… Go To Full Article

Tagan A+ Curbic Case Review

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This case looks great on the outside, and performs pretty well inside. Depending on pricing, this case could be quite competitive. The lack of a window allows for some level of distraction from the inside quality – some scratches and… Go To Full Article

NZXT Whisper Classic Series Case

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Wow! The NZXT Whisper is very sleek looking with a nice solid black look all the way around the case. There aren’t any decals or words on the case which is a huge plus for someone like me who isn’t… Go To Full Article

GELID Solutions Silent & Gamer series fans

@ 2008/11/26 read/post comments(0)
In this review I will be taking a look at three fan options from newcomer GELID Solutions. The name GELID is taken from the Latin word "gelidus" which means "extremely cold, icy". While this Hong Kong based company is new,… Go To Full Article

MSI X58 Eclipse

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The memory performance is excellent, and I really like the LED2 on the motherboard along with the switches for power, reset and LED information. The dip switches for overclocking did not turn out to be useful, but they don't hurt… Go To Full Article

Nexus Beamair

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From the Funky Files comes the Beamair, a product we were left scratching our heads over. Join Jason as we take a look at both the history of the honeycomb as well as the Beamair from Nexus. Will this stylish… Go To Full Article

Tuniq Potency 550W PSU

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We think that the Tuniq Potency 550W is an excellent budget PSU. It has exhibited low voltage droop and excellent ripple mechanics under load conditions. Better yet, we found it for about $55 after rebate. With a price like that,… Go To Full Article

Patriot Extreme Performance Pc3-14400 2x1gb Ddr3 Ram

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When DDR3 RAM was first introduced to the public in 2007, it did not seem to be able to capture much of the consumer and enthusiast market alike. Well, at least that was what the forums I frequented… Go To Full Article

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