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Kingston SSDNow V Series 128GB Solid State Drive Review

@ 2009/08/28 read/post comments(0)
The V in Kingston's SSDNow V Series 128GB solid state drive stands for value, and that is definitely what it offers when compared to other solid state drives. Checking Newegg.com finds that the desktop kit including this drive is $239.99… Go To Full Article

Solid State Drive Comparison - Round 2

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As a follow-up to our previous SSD coverage, today we will be looking at four popular mainstream SSD offerings which include the A-Data S592 128GB, Corsair P Series 128GB, OCZ Agility 120GB and the OCZ Vertex Turbo 120GB. Go To Full Article

OCZ 550W Fatal1ty ( OCZ550FTY) Series PSU Review

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As a fairly young company founded by enthusiasts, OCZ have clearly set out how they see themselves, whilst also clearly indicating their goals and aspirations as an enthusiast serving company. Unlike many companies with ridiculous claims of 110% customer satisfaction… Go To Full Article

20 external HDD enclosure compared (FR)

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ike USB drives, the external casing can easily transport their data. But capacity is much higher, reaching up to 2 TB today with models in Raid. In this case, we try to describe the various models available on the market… Go To Full Article

Thermaltake Element T

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Earlier this year Thermaltake introduced their Element series of cases with the Element S. The Element S is a stylish case with a distinctive look without lots of lights and other distractions. Today I will be taking a closer look… Go To Full Article

MSI P55-GD80 Lynnfield Motherboard Preview

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As of late, MSI seems to be a company on the upswing as they seem to be following up their success in the laptop and netbook markets by pouring money into their motherboard development teams. Once the Lynnfield processors are… Go To Full Article

ThermalTake Element T Review

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Of course performance wasn't as great as the G, but it was pretty close and this could definately be attributed to the fact that there aren't as many fans, particularly in the case of the HDD, GPU, and Chipset temperatures,… Go To Full Article

Windows 7 vs. Vista CPU & Memory Performance Comparison

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We've had a good look into the VGA side of things when it comes to Windows 7. However, while for many people that's the most important section, it's not all of it. Today we'll be having a closer look at… Go To Full Article

Samsung SyncMaster LD190 LCD Monitor Review

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If you have read some of my reviews in the past, then you may already know that I no longer have a desktop computer. Instead, I have come to rely on my laptop as my primary computer and… Go To Full Article

ECS X58B-A2 Motherboard

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During testing, and even during overclocking, the VRM was cool. The X58 chipset did overheat a little, this is why I have used an extra 80mm fan. When I have closed the case, the X58 chipset temperatures fell real quick,… Go To Full Article

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