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4-way CPU heatsink roundup

@ 2010/04/22 read/post comments(0)
Breaking in at $60, the more expensive Coolink Corator DS and Thermaltake Frio are in direct competion with each other and between these two, I'd pick the former. While the two controllable fans on the Frio are nice, Coolink offers… Go To Full Article

Corsair Nova Series 128GB Solid State Drive Review

@ 2010/04/22 read/post comments(0)
The Barefoot controller from Indilinx was all the rage last year, it was on many solid state drives we reviewed including the Crucial M225 and both the OCZ Vertex and Agility. It seems this year SandForce is getting a lot… Go To Full Article

Corsair 128GB Nova Series SSD Review

@ 2010/04/22 read/post comments(0)
The read speeds alone of this drive is astonishing. It seems the only handicap the Nova drive has is during the 4K writes where it does bog down a bit, but that is it. During sequential reads, the performance once… Go To Full Article

Swiftech Komodo 5870 GPU Water Block

@ 2010/04/22 read/post comments(0)
Swiftech is a very well known water cooling company that understands the demands and the needs from the water cooling enthusiast. They’ve launched the Komodo HD5800 full cover water block series; it’s a cooling solution for high-end graphics cards, and… Go To Full Article

OCZ 4GB PC3-10666 Platinum Low Voltage Dual Channel OCZ3P1333LV4GK Review

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Sometimes second impressions can somewhat bind up the wounds that the first impressions left behind. OCZ has delivered a solid product with the Platinum series line of DDR3 modules. Go To Full Article

GIGABYTE Radeon HD 5870 1GB GDDR5 (GV587UD-1GD) Video Card Review

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Some cards are designed for video and basic PC use. Other cards are designed for gaming. The difference here is that the performance based gaming card tends to offer both sets of features, thus the loftier price tag. We’ll be… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master Vortex Plus: A Vortex of Good Cooling

@ 2010/04/22 read/post comments(0)
Summer approaches, slowly but steadily, and with it an increased interest of PC owners for better cooling for their electronic pets. Regardless of whether a particular user is a fan of overclocking or not, a high-quality CPU cooler is always… Go To Full Article

Asrock A330ION Motherboard

@ 2010/04/22 read/post comments(0)
Today we are taking a look at a mini ITX motherboard from Asrock with the latest Intel Atom processor, integrated Nvidia videocard, HDMI and Full HD support. How well does it perform? Lets find out what we can push out… Go To Full Article

Kingston SSDNow V Series 128GB (Gen 2) SSD Desktop Bundle Review

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The SSD market has been fiercely competitive with every company fighting for their piece of the action. Kingston has diligently been keeping pace with the industry and offers four separate lines of SSD drives for consumer and enterprise customers. The… Go To Full Article

Mach Extreme MX-DS 100GB SSD Review

@ 2010/04/22 read/post comments(0)
With traditional hard drives becoming somewhat of a mass storage platform and SSDs taking over as the dominant boot drive, there are quite a few companies diving head first into this market to cash in on the phenomenon. However today… Go To Full Article

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