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Listings for Sandy Bridge laptops start appearing

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Many adjectives may describe the upcoming launch of Intel's Sandy Bridge processors, but surprising won't be one of them. Intel has already confirmed the release date—January 5—and we're getting a close look at an increasing number of matching motherboards. Now,… Go To Full Article

Super Talent UltraDrive 480GB SSD Review

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It was just a few days ago that the internet was abuzz with news of Super Talents new offering of its UltraDrive MX 480GB SSD which promised a new era in consumer SSD capacities. The idea of 480GB of SSD… Go To Full Article

Intel X25-M 120GB Retail Solid State Drive

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Until Marvell and SandForce released their first solid state drives Intel had a performance lead on all of their competitors. Unfortunately in our testing we found the 80GB Postville SSD lacked capacity and at the time the 160GB version cost… Go To Full Article

Lian Li PC-V352 B HTPC Chassis

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I am a huge fan of leaving my case on my desktop for easy access to all the innards, but every once in a while I really ponder moving to a much smaller rig for my day to day use.… Go To Full Article

ASRock 880G Extreme3 with 6Gbps SATA and USB 3.0

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When it comes to motherboards, ASRock is becoming a bigger player, also on the Danish market. They have lunched some really good motherboards recently. Among those have ASRock lunched one with AMD’s newest chipset, all packed into a potent motherboard… Go To Full Article

Noctua NH-C14 CPU Cooler Review

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The name itself describes what we can expect from the cooler, the 'C' denotes that it's a C-type top down cooler and the '14' represents the size of the fans bundled with the heatsink. As is typical of… Go To Full Article

Silverstone Technology NT07-1156 HSF Review

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Good things tend to come in small packages. When you want the smallest possible case for a HTPC machine you're left with the smallest heatsinks on the market. More often than not, these coolers are undersized for… Go To Full Article

PowerColor Radeon HD 6870 PCS+ Call Of Duty Edition

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This card is factory overclocked with clock speeds of 940MHz on the Barts core and 1100MHz on the GDDR5 memory so you get a boost in performance to start with. When it comes to overclocking higher, there is some headroom… Go To Full Article

G.Skill Phoenix Pro 40GB & 120GB Solid State Drives Review

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As SSDs grow in popularity, prices are gradually dropping for higher-end drives. It is now possible to buy one of these cutting edge 120GB storage devices for well under $250. One of the companies leading this charge towards increasing value… Go To Full Article

PowerColor Radeon PCS+ 6870

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What's unique about this PowerColor Radeon PCS+ 6870 graphics card is that it's not a reference heatsink; it's got a custom cooler and a healthy factory overclock as well, promsing some great gaming horsepower with respectable temperatures and power consumption.… Go To Full Article

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