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Spire CP450B0 CoolGate Review reported at 12:32 PM
category: CPU Coolers     website: XSreviews.co.uk
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OK so the Coolgate’s performance wasn’t exactly what we were hoping for. This is a shame because this could have been an excellent value choice. The cooler did beat the stock cooler by a good 11C margin while staying very quiet, much quieter than the stock cooler anyway.
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BitFenix Prodigy Review reported at 12:31 PM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: NikKTech
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It's not the perfect mini-ITX PC Case and there are quite a few out there featuring better overall build quality but lack most of its features (most noticeably the 240mm radiator/230mm fan spaces) and cost a lot more so in the end the Prodigy offers the best bang for your buck and that's why it receives our Golden Award.
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Noctua NH-L9i Review reported at 12:25 PM
category: CPU Coolers     website: OCModShop
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"Their confidence is well placed, again they managed to perform even when I thought it wouldn’t! Quality as usual, great performance, stylish, well thought of design, complete package, and a 6 year (!!!) warranty even on the fan."
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SteelSeries Sensei Review reported at 12:21 PM
category: Mice     website: Real World Labs
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Nothing but a mid-range CPI, and ignoring all of the “Exact” special features worked great. For normal browsing as well as gameplay, the SteelSeries’ Sensei MLG was incredibly responsive and is definitely a strong competitor in the gaming mouse market.
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Rosewill Fortress Review reported at 12:19 PM
category: Power Supplies     website: Pro-Clockers.com
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Remember our tests are very simple but is done in a way that many people can understand. And during these tests we show the Rosewill Fortress perform pretty well. So, well that it remains on one of our test benches to this very day. At 750 watt, it has enough power to build a very nice rig around and that would include a couple of mid-range graphic cards for a gaming system.
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Nanoxia Deep Silence 1 Review reported at 12:19 PM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: Pro-Clockers.com
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I am truly impressed by the DS1. It all begun with solid feel of the case. So, often we will receive a case often by top manufacturers that done measure of to the DS1. All the panels of the DS1 are sturdy and have weight behind them. Even the HDD cages had little twist in them. The doors up front and the ones that are placed in front of the two front fans feels as if they will give you service for years.
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Asus Orion Pro Review (French) reported at 12:18 PM
category: headsets     website: Cowcotland
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NZXT Respire T40 Review reported at 12:15 PM
category: CPU Coolers     website: eTeknix.com
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The Respire T40 is a well rounded package offering simplicity, solid performance and a no-frills-attached mentality. The NZXT Respire T40 comes recommended from eTeknix but at its price we can see there are better CPU coolers for the money and so the NZXT Respire T40 misses out on an award.
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A-DATA XPG SX300 Review reported at 12:11 PM
category: SATA Hard Drives     website: ocaholic
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A closer look at the sequential thoughput rates reveals that this drive offers what you've come to expect from SandForce drives these days. Regarding sequential reads we see a maximum value of 543 Megabytes per second. Concerning sequential writes the drive tops out at 508 Megabytes per seconds. When it comes to random IOPS we measured more then 25'000 IOPS for 4k random reads and about 66'000 IOPS for 4k random writes. According to the specs this drive should be able to deliver 550 Megabytes per second when doing sequential reads and 505 Megabytes per second when it comes to sequential writes. Therefore ADATA doesn't make empty promises with their XPG SX300 SSD. What you have to know about SandForce based SSD is the fact that struggle a bit with non compressible data, which means that only with compressible data you'll be able to reproduce our performance values.
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Thermaltake Armor Revo Gene Snow Edition Review reported at 12:09 PM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: Overclockers Club
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"The asymmetrical beveled window that provides an unique peek at the hardware within has made its way into the Gene as well. One of the few criticisms of the Gene is that the wire bundle from the front panel connectors could be a bit longer. The HD audio connector barely made it to the corresponding port on the motherboard we used for testing. If the style of the Armor Revo Gene is something that catches your eye and you prefer the more manageable mid tower, this case should be on your short list to check out for, say, your next gaming build."
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Ozone Xenon Review (German) reported at 12:04 PM
category: Mice     website: Hard Tecs 4U
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