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Antec Two Hundred case review

@ 2009/10/14 read/post comments(0)
With a $60 US dollar price tag you really can't go wrong with the Antec Two Hundred chassis. Price-wise it does come with one of the better features lists I have seen on a budget case, namely the hot swap… Go To Full Article

Noctua NH-U12P SE2 CPU Cooler

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In this review I will test the latest CPU cooler from Noctua, the NH-U12P SE2, which has support for AMD and all Intel sockets on the market, non-server. The cooler also comes with 2 fans in the package, which are… Go To Full Article

Google Translate Screwup: XFX translates to Sapphire

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Normally Google doesn't translate product names or brand names, but in this case it turns out that when you have XFX in the source , when translated it magically becomes Sapphire. Too many "suggest a better translations" made? Go To Full Article

Gigabyte GV-N26SO-896I Geforce GTX 260 Videocard Review

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Gigabyte seems to have learned its lesson and has come back with another custom-tuned videocard, this time based on the more popular Geforce GTX 260 GPU. It's called the Gigabyte GV-N26SO-896I videocard, and it looks like it's going to be… Go To Full Article

Arctic Cooling Alpine 64 Pro AMD Heatsink Review

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The Arctic Cooling Alpine 64 Pro is just such heatsink: ideal for mainstream CPUs that don't exceed 90W TDP.... so long as the fan speed stays at 2000RPM. Frostytech pushed the test scenario a little further than that of course.… Go To Full Article

Sapphire HD 5770 and 5750 Review

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If you dont have the cubic dollars it takes to play at the deep end of the pool, the Sapphire HD 5700 series of video cards will give you great gaming up to 1920x1200 at stock clock speeds and you… Go To Full Article

HIS Radeon HD5770 1 GB Graphics Card review

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While the HD58xx-series card may have a bit more kick to them, the HD5770 should be able to give the consumers good performance with a decent price. To help us find out, HIS hooked us up with a HD5770. Go To Full Article

Coolermaster Storm Sniper Review

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Coolermaster are known for their extravagant chassis. Their high end cases tend to be big, bold, and jam packed full of features; and today's specimen is no different. Called the Sniper, it features a fancy front panel with fan control,… Go To Full Article

INWIN X-Fighter Case

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TechwareLabs alone has reviewed several of INWIN’s new cases which include, “Allure,” and the “B2″ and have been very impressed with their design and function. Recently, INWIN has now sent us their “X-Fighter” case to review which initially looked a… Go To Full Article

Corsair® Announces Updated Flash Voyager® GT Family

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Corsair® Announces Updated Flash Voyager® GT Family - New high-speed USB Flash Drives in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB capacity - Corsair®, a worldwide leader in high-performance computer and flash memory products, today announced a… Go To Full Article

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