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AMD FX-8150 CPU: Bulldozer

The long-awaited Bulldozer is finally here. How does it stack up against its biggest competitors? Does it live up to our expectations? Keep reading to find out!

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Sapphire Pure Platinum A75 (PT-A8A75)

The Sapphire Pure Platinum A75 is packed with quite a few special features that make it stand out from the crowd. Keep reading to find out how well Sapphire’s new Llano board performs.

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Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced

There have been several versions of the HAF 932 the latest is the Advanced. Can this aging contender still standup to the competition? We intend to find out.

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MSI Z68A-GD80 (G3)

The MSI Z68A-GD80 (G3) comes with PCI-E Gen 3 switches and support for the unreleased PCI-E 3.0 interface video cards and Ivy Bridge Processor.

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GIGABYTE G1.Sniper 2

Today we’re taking a look at GIGABYTE’s newest offering of the G1.Killer line: the G1.Sniper 2. Let’s find out what the first Z68-based G1 motherboard can do.

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Sapphire HD6850 Vapor-X

Overall the Sapphire HD6850 Vapor-X is a good video card for its price. Check out how it stacks up against the competition.

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GIGABYTE Z68XP-UD3-iSSD Motherboard

GIGABYTE Z68XP-UD3-iSSD makes setting up Intel Smart Response an easy task with the bundled Intel SSD 311 mSATA SSD. We put it through our test to see how it performs.

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ADD2PSU

Using dual PSU’s? The ADD2PSU might be worth your time and money. Let’s take a look.

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Razer Mamba Dual Sensor 4G

The Razer Mamba Dual Sensor 4G offers the latest in wireless mouse technology with style, ensuring a response time that is equal to a wired high end gaming mouse.

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GIGABYTE GTX 580 SOC

The GIGABYTE GTX 580 SOC is one of the fastest factory overclocked GTX 580’s available. Let’s take a deeper look, and see how it stacks up in testing.

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ASUS Matrix GTX 580 Platinum

Today we take a look at the ASUS Matrix GTX 580 Platinum, and see how it stacks up against its direct competition. Keep reading to see who wins this epic battle!

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ASUS Maximus IV Extreme

The Maximus IV Extreme lives up to its name, and is the premier ROG board for the P67 chipset. Find out how this beast performs in our testing.

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Thecus N2200XXX Dual-Bay NAS

The Thecus N2200XXX NAS is a great network attached storage system for home and small businesses. Keep reading to find out how well this versatile NAS system performs.

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GIGABYTE G1.Sniper 2: A Preview

Gamers rejoice: the G1.Killer line now has Sandy Bridge support. Keep reading to find out more, and stay tuned for our upcoming full review of the G1.Sniper 2!

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How-To Build a Quiet Ultimate Gaming PC

Building a Quiet Gaming PC can be confusing for beginners that have never messed with their computers before. This How-To Guide will explain how to choose quiet components and build your next Quiet Ultimate Gaming PC.

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Compro IP70 Network camera

The Compro IP70 is a network camera that offers a lot of features including dual video streams, LED’s for night-vision and professional software for easier surveillance.

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ASUS Rampage III Black Edition

With the aging X58 chipset, we were surprised to find a new top-of-the-line board for this platform. Its beastly appearance left us wondering whether it had the performance to back up its looks. Read on to find out more.

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Thermaltake Shock One Headset

Thermaltake Shock One headset is designed to provide the ultimate comfort during gaming while extending the auditory experience to a whole new level. How does it stack up next to its predecessor? Keep reading to find out

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Patriot Torqx2 128GB SSD

SATA III SSD’s are taking the market by storm. Is a SATA II SSD still worth the investment? Read on as we test the daylights out of this SATA II SSD, and see if it’s still worth its price!

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Alice: Madness Returns

Alice: Madness Returns is a very chilly, twisted, and definitely not a child’s game. With over 20+ hours of gameplay, Alice: Madness Returns turned out to be one of the most enjoyable games we’ve played so far.

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