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Kingston HyperX Beast DDR3-2400 4x8GB Kit Review reported at 10:53 AM
category: DDR3 Memory     website: HardwareHeaven
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"In terms of value 32GB does have a price premium over lower capacity kits but Kingston do price the Beast kit fairly. We do also get a lifetime warranty which is always a bonus and a 32GB kit is likely to last the lifespan of a build so is a fairly future proof purchase."
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MSI Barricade Review reported at 08:16 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: ThinkComputers
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"When it comes to selecting a case it comes down to features. A mid tower ATX case is much smaller than a full tower ATX case. The MSI Barricade has several features but is lacking in several areas. This case would be so much better if the interior was just 25-35 mm taller. That way you could fit a radiator inside the top of the case."
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Asus RT-N66U Review reported at 08:13 AM
category: Internet Routers     website: KitGuru
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Another great router from ASUS which delivers fantastic all round performance at a very reasonable price point.
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Thermaltake Level 10 Review reported at 07:50 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: Hardware Asylum
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I often balk at the pricing on a top gaming mouse. For the first time I felt like every one of those dollars was present and accounted for. A game changer for sure!
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Asus HD7970-DC2-3GD5 Review reported at 07:49 AM
category: Game Accelerator Cards     website: Overclockers Club
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The ASUS HD 7970 DirectCU II I am looking at today is currently priced at $414 from online e-tailers. The pricing is at a point that is competitive with some designs that offer less in the way of build quality, but more in terms of base clock speed. Compared to MSI's HD 7970 Lightning, the HD 7970 DirectCU II from ASUS is priced $75 less. Overall, ASUS has put together a video card that has an expansive feature set with great gaming performance.
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Intel SSD 335 Review reported at 07:48 AM
category: SATA Hard Drives     website: Real World Labs
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Intel has offered up a drive that just might be todays Value to Performance leader. $187 for a drive of the 335’s capacity and performance is simply outstanding. Intel’s new low power, high performance 20nm NAND does not disappoint, it’s awesome. Storage performance is being re-defined almost every time a drive is released these days, but the 335 shows there is STILL gas in the tank for the LSI 2200 series processor. Intel’s 335 is a drive that offers top-tier type performance combined with unbeatable value and is a drive we recommend you own.
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Seasonic X-750 Review reported at 07:46 AM
category: Power Supplies     website: techPowerUp!
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"To sum up, the X-750's high price/performance ratio renders it a no-brainer in its category, especially if you don't want to spend more money* on a Platinum Corsair/Seasonic unit."
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Genius DeathTaker Review reported at 07:41 AM
category: Mice     website: OCModShop
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"While the DeathTaker has a lot of features, it is really competitive at the $40 level. If you have to shell out close to the high end then you might as well get a brand-name mouse such as a Razer Naga, Corsair Vengeance or Logitech G700."
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Thermalright Macho HR-02 Review reported at 07:37 AM
category: CPU Coolers     website: HardwareHeaven
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Looking first at the build quality and design of the Macho cooler we have a product which scores reasonably well on both fronts. The cooler feels solid and there are no concerns with manufacturing, each soldered section is strong and the CPU block finished to a high standard. We did however find the backplate portion of the install to be rather fiddly and feel that Thermalright could work on this aspect of the product. Additionally they could also pre-install items like the fan clips and vibration dampeners at the factory to make the end users life a little easier.
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