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Lian Li TYR PC-X500 Enclosure

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There's a reason some brands make their way to the top. With arguably the best understanding of understated industrial design, Lian Li has built its name on solid aluminum enclosures machined to near-perfection—no matter the cost. Sure, this puts off… Go To Full Article

New Super Talent SSDs cater to Eee PC S101

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Asus' $650 Eee PC S101 may be thinner, lighter, and prettier than more affordable members of the Eee PC line, but it actually has less storage capacity—just 16GB for the Windows model. Thanks to Super Talent, though, you'll soon be… Go To Full Article

Mushkin Releases XP3-15000 DDR3 Modules

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Mushkin Releases XP3-15000 DDR3 Modules mushkin, Inc. ( Go To Full Article

Enermax Liberty ECO 500 W Power Supply Review

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The new Liberty ECO series from Enermax comes to replace their popular Liberty DXX series, featuring a modular cabling system, 120-mm fan, active PFC and labeled at 40º C – i.e., the manufacturer guarantees that the unit can deliver its… Go To Full Article

Tagan SuperRock 680W TG680-U33II

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The Tagan SuperRock 680W is a great power supply for budget aware users who are looking for a cost effective way to power their system. With 680W it should be good for almost everything you can throw at it. During… Go To Full Article

Scythe KillerWhale is Top-Down 120mm Heatsink

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Scythe will soon release the KillerWhale, a new processor cooler with a six heatpipes, a copper base and aluminum fins. The cooler uses a 120mm fan that spins at 800-1800RPM, with a max airflow of 78.32CFM and blue illumination.…

NZXT Lexa Blackline ATX Case Review

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Following on from the Whisper which was recently reviewed here at Tech-Reviews, we have another of NZXT’s PC enclosures up for review today. This time, to go under scrutiny is the Lexa Blackline. It’s been around a little while but… Go To Full Article

Nvidia BFG 285 and 295 indepth analysis

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During CES 2009 Nvidia launched the latest cards in their GeForce range, the GTX 285 and 295. The 285 is essentially a refresh of the existing GTX 280 with a reduction in the core size and reduced power requirements. The… Go To Full Article

XFX 9800GT 512MB Review

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Considering how long it took XSR to get it's first high end graphics card review, it's interesting that they are now one of our most oft-reviewed pieces of hardware. Not to be the exception to the rule is our recently… Go To Full Article

Sapphire Radeon HD 4850 X2 2G GDDR3

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When AMD launched the Radeon HD 4870 X2 a few months back, the company hinted at the impending release of another, more affordable, dual-GPU powered card aptly named the Radeon HD 4850 X2. Like the more powerful 4870 X2, the… Go To Full Article

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