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Antec One Review reported at 11:42 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: Big Bruin
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As a mainstream budget case, it offers features that are seldom found on cases at this price point. Taking everything into consideration; the sub $50 price, tool-less drive installation, USB 3.0 internal connector, fully painted interior, and cable management considerations, I give this case the Bigbruin.com "Recommended" award along with the "Good Value" award.
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SteelSeries Sensei RAW Review (German) reported at 11:26 AM
category: Mice     website: Hard Tecs 4U
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Zowie EC1 eVo Review reported at 11:11 AM
category: Mice     website: NikKTech
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"Specifications aside price is always an very important factor when deciding on a product and so the EC1 eVo currently retails for a price tag of USD54.99 inside the USA (Amazon) and 59.90Euros inside the EU (Caseking) which is quite fair considering what this gaming mouse has to offer. Let's put everything on the table shall we? The EC1 eVo requires no drivers, is fast, accurate, has an excellent grip, very good glide, high quality scroll wheel and buttons and comes with a pair of extra replacement glide pads. What more can one ask for from a sub USD60/60Euros gaming mouse? True I’d really like to see an gold plated USB plug (i think it adds to the overall image of a product) and a faster optical sensor (for more demanding gamers) but that's just me and so since i really enjoyed using the EC1 eVo (and it did score me a few kills i wouldn't with another one) it receives our Golden Award."
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Corsair Neutron 240GB Review (French) reported at 11:00 AM
category: SATA Hard Drives     website: Cowcotland
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Arctic Cooling Accelero Hybrid 7970 Review reported at 10:58 AM
category: Video Card Coolers     website: Overclockers Club
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Aftermarket coolers are the way to go when looking to cut down on noise and heat, and push overclocks further. ARCTIC has designed a universal cooling kit that requires some assembly, but takes out the fear of water cooling for beginners. The kit is easy enough to get installed with care – anyone who has had a graphics card taken apart multiple times or likes gluing models together should do fine with assembly. Carefully read the instructions and wait to tighten the back-plate screws until you get all four in. To get the power cables to fit, I had to undo a washer to loosen the hoses. Once installed, however, everything worked properly. The fans operated very quietly and the lowered temperatures allowed for a safer experience, especially when overclocking!
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