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Patriot Launches Fusion SSD, 64Mb Buffer

@ 2009/05/01 read/post comments(0)
Patriot Launches Fusion SSD, 64Mb Buffer Patriot Memory, a global pioneer in high-performance memory, NAND flash and computer technology, today announced the release of their Fusion SSD Series. The Fusion SSD line has been… Go To Full Article

Seasonic M12D 750W PSU

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Today we will review one of their higher end products, the M12D 750W PSU. The M12D 750W boasts some very impressive specifications, but at the same time its retail price requires it to compete against the best products of its… Go To Full Article

Revoltec PipeTower Pro CPU Cooler Review (DE)

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The Revoltec PipeTower Pro CPU Heatsink arrived Technic3D. HTC technology (Heat-pipe Touch Chip), 120mm PWM Fan, 4x 8mm Heatpipes can you see in the following Review compared with EKL, OCZ, Xigmatek and many more. Go To Full Article

Enermax Revolution85+ 950w Modular PSU

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Having already got a taster for the Revolution85+ in pre-production format several months ago, it's time for another visit - only this time on a retail model. Go To Full Article

Hiper Anubis Alloy Mid-Tower ATX Computer Case Review

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HIPER has done a very nice job with the Anubis chassis, producing a stylish case that is quiet and cools surprisingly well. I was also impressed with the build quality and finish. When HIPER says this is an alloy case,… Go To Full Article

Titan Fenrir TTC-NK85TZ (RB) Review

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Looking at the Fenrir from the front reveals some bent fins and the simple base with four large heatpipes running through, and grooves for the mounting bracket. The clearance from the lowest fin to the top of the base looks… Go To Full Article

SilverStone Nitrogon NT07-775 Low Profile CPU Cooler

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The low profile cooler in question I will review today is the SilverStone NT07-775. The NT is for the Nirogon series of coolers and the 775 at the end is of course for the socket it applies to. The AMD… Go To Full Article

ASUS M4A79T Deluxe Motherboard

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ASUS has it tough. No question about it, everyone loves to hate the front runner. It's hard to remember when they weren't one of the top dogs, and in this business, it's as hard to stay on top as it… Go To Full Article

Asus Rampage II Gene Review

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The layout is nothing short of flawless - everything that needs user intervention is a breeze to access. Asus managed to cramp onboard start and reset buttons which are unbelievably handy. It's also important to note that all five fan… Go To Full Article

ASUS M4A79T Deluxe Review

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With the M4A79T Deluxe ASUS presents an ASUS AM3 motherboard which is based on AMDs 790FX chipset including the SB750 southbridge. Compared to the M4A78T-E (AMD 790GX chipset) this model has no onboard graphics. Go To Full Article

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