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on Wednesday, 02 June 2010

Noctua NH-C12P SE14 CPU CoolerBut Noctua isn’t all about extreme air cooling they are also dapping into the mid-range air cooling market as well. The NH-C12P is aimed at the person looking for better than good cooling well trying to be conservative at the same time. The C12P is a low-profile tabletop-type cooler that consist of six heat pipes and comes equipped with a NF-P14 series 140mm cooling fan. From just this we feel we will definitely see better than good cooling from the C12P.

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on Monday, 31 May 2010

aerocool vs-9 mid towerAerocool like some of the other opened up the segment with another series of entitled PGS. PGS actually is comprised of five different series: professional, aluminum, compact and for the gamers: value and ultimate gaming. As you can tell from the names each are aimed at different audiences. We will be talking about a model that is from the Value series, the Vs-9. The Vs-9 follows the ever growing mesh front panel trend. Offering just the right amount of gaming appearance and just enough sleek lines for the professional the Vs-9 has the able to satisfy a multitude of individuals.

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on Sunday, 30 May 2010

gigabyte radeon hd 5750 silent cellBut can you have silent and good performance and have no noise? Well, as of last a few companies have put out Radeon HD 5750 cards with passive cooling. And today, we have a Gigabyte model in house titled the Silent Cell. That is right with the Silent Cell you can get the performance you want from a fan-less GPU without having to resort to the lowly levels of the HD 5450 and HD5570.

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on Tuesday, 25 May 2010

gigabyte fxa890-ud5Yes, the new Gigabyte 890FXA-UD5 gives you all the benefits of the 890FX chipset.  They have even given the chipset a bit of Gigabyte's own prescription. The resulting medicine would be the ability to unlock the extra cores on X3 and X4 Athlon II and Phenom II processors. This ability is no longer present within the chipset, but integrated in the motherboard via a hardware mounted IC. Another Gigabyte exclusive is the Ultra Durable 3 Technology, which means that two ounces of copper is placed into each PCB for better heat dissipation and stability.

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on Monday, 24 May 2010

thermaltake armor a90The first Armour debuted way back in 2005. This year Thermaltake has released a new Armour with an entirely new style and look. The only thing the new Armour has in common with the older brethren is a hinged door on the front. That’s it, and the doors are totally different. The new model is called the A90, which is manufacturered as “Black “bulletproof” armor design with metal mesh elements”. Yes the unit is mesh and is painted black, but the whole bullet-proof thing is something to question. But bullet-proof or not, the new Armour A90 boasst a lot of new features that makes it a real looker.

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on Tuesday, 18 May 2010

asrock p55 extremeThe P55 Extreme is an example of Asrock's new vision on motherboard development. The P55 Extreme is the second highest model of the four motherboards from Asrock released on September 8th. The other three models are the Deluxe, Pro and M Pro which is their micro ATX version. The Extreme offers all the options and features that make Gigabyte, ASUS and MSI P55 the great motherboards they are: high quality capacitors, a well planned out overclocking BIOS and a beautifully layout. However, is it enough to warrant your hard earned money? We will see.

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on Sunday, 16 May 2010

Jetway NF96FL-510-LFJetway's website lists this beauty for use as ATM, Automation, medical Equipment, Security, Networking, POS, General Application, Gaming Machine and Transportation systems. Though I might be a bit skeptical of the gaming machine claim, the new Intel Atom D510 might just be able to deliver when coupled with the new Pineview chipset and Intel GMA HD 3150. Read on to find out what you can expect from this board.

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on Friday, 14 May 2010

ocz solid 2Guaranteed you are not getting less in quality but performance. But is the number so different to not consider either. Well we have to the Solid 2 in house today to ready it s run on the test bench. The Solid 2 comes in three different sizes: 30GB, 60GB and 120GB. Each of which consist of the Indilinx Barefoot. Each has its own specifications when it comes to read and write performance. And in the case of the 60GB model we are looking at today has 200/120MBs respectively. And yes it supports TRIM.

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on Wednesday, 12 May 2010

aerocool qx2000But the latter of the companies I listed is at it again with a new small form factor case that looks to be aimed at the gamer in us. The Qx-2000 is said to be one of the best gaming SFF on the market says Aerocool. It brings good looks, good cooling and a dual level internal chambers for better heat separation. If all this is true the Qx-2000 is indeed posed to be a major player in the SFF era.

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on Tuesday, 11 May 2010

Patriot torqxA special gift for us is the Patriot Torqx. From the looks of it, the Torqx is a drool-worthy SSD component. Equipped with a MLC Indilinx controller sporting 64mb of cache, we just can't wait to get to the testing phase. The advertised numbers alone should be enough for us to say it is a winner, but what is a review without the testing phase.

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on Monday, 10 May 2010

scythe yasyaWell that is until our next review sample was released. Scythe route back to the top of the cooling throne begins with the newly released Yasya. The Yasya is the first in line to use Scythe's new T.M.L.F or Trident Multi Layer Fin technology. This new technology simple put is placing the fins in an unparalleled arrangement to reduce the static pressure allowing for better heat transfer. Does it work? Read on and find out.

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on Friday, 07 May 2010

Scythe KamaConnect PlusThe Scythe KamaConnect Plus is a multi-connect device that can be used to connect many different types of media to your PC externally. An all-in-one product that replaces a USB hub, digital card reader and HDD to USB adapter. Yes, the KamaConnect Plus is aimed at the IT tech or even the techie individual that needs a simple devices to carry around to do the job of the three named previously.

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on Thursday, 06 May 2010

Silverstone Strider Plus 750In the past week months we have taken a look at some pretty nice power supplies. Many of which are still hanging around to the lab serving various task. Our next power supply looks to join the ranks of this units still staying around. The Strider Plus ST750F-P is Silverstone's first 80Plus Silver power supply.The unit is fully modular something the previous Strider Element was not. These two features along will make the new Strider Plus appealing to the masses.

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on Wednesday, 05 May 2010

asrock 890gx extreme3Now that AMD has removed the ACC feature from the CPU that many companies have relied on to unlock the extra cores on these processors, it is up to the motherboard manufacturers to use their brains to come up with a way for consumers to get the 'free CPU upgrade'. Asrock's way of doing this is called UCC. This is a simple BIOS option, implemented into the board. The UCC allows the unlock of extra cores when the processor is capable.

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on Monday, 03 May 2010

cogage arrowThe Cogage Arrow is large aluminum and copper heat sink that I would like to think of as the Cogage Spirit X2. Like the Spirit the Arrow is a tower design that consist of dual towers and not just one. In this era of air-cooler size and weight are pretty much threw out the door in the name of better performance. The Arrow weighs in at 825 grams or one pound thirteen ounces. And measure just over six inches high from base to last aluminum fin. The design is definitely saying dual fan setup even though it only comes with one. But will the size and weight but Thermalright back at the top of the hill? We will see.

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on Monday, 03 May 2010

compro ip 70But getting back to the product at hand. Compro has graced us with a new IP security camera. The IP-70 is set to be the ideal solution for streaming the highest quality video from your home or business straight to your laptop, PC or cell phone. What makes the IP-70 a product worth looking at is the ability to dual stream in two different formats to support standard PC viewing as well as cell phone viewing. This is just the beginning of the laundry list of features this little camera has.

Last updated on Thursday, 19 June 2014 | Read More >>>
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on Thursday, 29 April 2010

asrock x58 extreme3Feast your eyes on the new X58 Extreme3. It is an incredibly attractive motherboard, based on the high end X58 chipset from Intel. We read all the new specifications on the board like USB 3.0 and SATA 3.0. Impressive as those are, we could not get over the sheer good looks of the board. The combination of black PCB with blue and white slots and connections should make the motherboard a coveted component as many consumers are looking for a nice blacked out motherboard to go along with their new black interior laced case.

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