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Gigabyte H55M-USB3

Gigabyte H55M-USB3 is a nice M-ATX board that features USB 3.0 and RAID functionality all for $100. For the socket 1156 processor, this could be one of the best buy for its feature and performance.

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Cooler Master HAF X

Impressive Cooling, feature rich and a solid construction. The HAF X is up to the challange of today’s motherboards and multi-video card users. Bravo!

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QNAP TS-259 Pro

The QNAP TS-259 Pro is one of the best NAS we have tested, due to its use of the Intel Atom processor. The low power consumption, great features, and excellent performance make this one of the best 2-bay NAS units on the market.

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Lian Li PC-Q06 Testbench

Lian Li PC-Q06 is probably one of the best looking test bench that I have seen. Its small footprint takes very minimal space but can it compete against the large test bench? Let’s find it out.

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GPU Air Cooler Royale

Bjorn3D.com going to be looking at two aftermarket GPU coolers, and compare them up against the Sapphire 5870 Vapor X cooler. The results will surprise you.

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Hauppauge HD-PVR

Hauppauge has come up with a HD recorder that record from a lot of different sources. Lets check out this little device.

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Gigabyte GTX 465 1GB (GV-N465UD-1GI)

Using two 80mm fans and a four heatpipe design, this GTX 465 has the ingredients to make it one of the best GTX 465’s available. We review Gigabyte’s GTX 465 to see if it all makes sense.

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StarCraft II: Benchmarking Preview

The benchmarking of one of this years most anticipated games has finally come! We will be using two card, one from NVIDIA, and the other from ATI. Check out the article to see how each of them perform in StarCraft II.

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Sans Digital TowerRAID TR4UT-B Hardware RAID enclosure

The Sans Digital TowerRAID TR4UT-B is a Hardware RAID enclosure that supports eSATA 6 GB/s and even comes with a separate eSATA 6 GB/s host adapter card. We’ve tested the enclosure with various RAID-settings to see if the extra bandwidth is really needed or just a gimmick.

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Seventeam Z-Force 700w

  When you go out looking for a PSU you should always start with a brand you trust. Today we have one of the best in the business, Seventeam. Brands such as Cooler Master and Silverstone trust Seventeam to make their own branded PSU’s, so they can easily be considered …

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ThermalTake Tough Power 775 Watt PSU

Throughout my years of building computers, I came to the realization that not everyone has a high end computer. Let’s see how Thermaltake Toughpower 775 Watt PSU handles a moderately sized computer.

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Nvidia GTX-460(s) 768MB & 1GB

Nvidia fielded two variants of the GTX-460, the 768MB model and the 1GB model, both have 336 shaders but there are subtle differences in the architecture.

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Asus P6X58D-E

Asus has improved upon an already proven motherboard by offering RAID on the SATA 3 controller which the original motherboard lacked. Say hello to the P6X58D-E.

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HIS Rechargeable Solar LED Flashlight

No serious computer nerd should be without a wide range of tools. We need our screwdrivers, our box with tons of different screws and of course a flashlight that allows us to see into the most hidden crevices in our computer. HIS is usually a company known for their AMD-based …

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MSI 890FXA-GD70 Motherboard

The 890FXA-GD70 is MSI’s latest AMD enthusiast offering. Sporting many overclocking and unlocking features, we dig into the 890FXA-GD70 to see if it brings high level performance.

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Kingston Meeting & Factory Tour

While there were quite a few Kingston products announced during Computex, we were lucky enough to attend a meeting with David Sun, co-founder of Kingston, as well as take a tour and show you how all of our every day used memory modules are made at the Kingston Hsinchu Factory.

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Gigabyte HD 5770 Super Overclock (GV-R577SO-1GD)

Gigabyte HD 5770 Super Overclock features a large heatsink over the GPU to keep the card running cool while it is factory overclocked to 900 MHz (vs 850 MHz). While $179 price tag is a bit higher than other HD 5770, it may worth your consideration when shopping for a …

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Asus ENGT240

  When you want a gaming card, but don’t have a lot in the budget, or a lack of power then your options are limited. The GT240 really fits this spot, but Asus has decided to improve on its design by including GDDR5. This significantly increases the cards bandwidth, making …

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Sparkle GTS250

If your on a budget and are looking for a great card then you have come to the right place. Sparkle has packaged together a GPU that will fit anyones budget while still packing a punch.

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Zalman Booth @ Computex 2010

Zalman had some impressive new products to show off at Computex 2010 this year, including their new 3D Monitor, Laptop Cooler with external HDD enclosure, their new VGA cooler for ATI and nVidia based cards and a low-profile CPU cooler for HTPC systems.

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GTX-480 Thermal Study

A lot of controversy over the thermal envelope of the GTX-480 spurred us into action. Check out what Fermi thermals looks like after extensive gaming and benching.

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Sapphire Radeon HD 5550 Ultimate

The Sapphire HD 5550 Ultimate may just be the best HTPC cards available with a massive heatpipe that keeps the card cool at absolute silence. The included DVI, D-sub, and HDMI will come in handy when hook it to your HDTV.

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Kingston HyperX 1600/1866 1.25/1.35v DDR3

  If you are looking for the absolute lowest power consumption computer then you may want to take a second look at this RAM. Running at a mere 1.25 volts at 1600 MHz, this is the absolute lowest voltage DDR3 available today.

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NZXT Avatar

Sporting 7 customizable buttons, on the fly adjustable DPI, and a slim sleek design, we review NZXT’s first gaming mouse, the Avatar.

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