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NZXT Respire T40 Review reported at 12:16 PM
category: CPU Coolers     website: Frosty Tech
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As a tower heatsink the NZXT Respire T40 offers very good cooling performance with only moderate noise output.
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Corsair AX1200i Review (German) reported at 12:12 PM
category: Power Supplies     website: Technic3D
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PNY XLR8 PRO Review reported at 12:08 PM
category: SATA Hard Drives     website: HardwareHeaven
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So that brings us to value where the XLR8 is very competitive. We don't get any free software or drive caddy here but the retail price is noticeably lower than the likes of Samsungs 840 Pro and we do get a decent warranty too. It was also nice to see a bundled SATA cable too... these should always be included with new drives, even if not everyone needs them.
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Thermaltake Level 10 Review reported at 11:54 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: Big Bruin
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In my opinion, there are two downsides to the Level 10 mouse. The first, is purely subjective as others might not encounter this. When gaming, sometimes I need to reposition the mouse, in order to do this, I grab the sides of the mouse to pick it up and move it. Too often when I did this, I would hit the side buttons, changing the DPI setting or the profile, which could cause issues when playing games. Learning to grab the mouse further up the sides eased this, however I still tend to grab it in the middle, pressing the buttons. The second downside is that there is no gauge that allows you to know exactly where the 3D axis is set. Granted most will set it to their preference and leave it. Both of these are very minor and shouldn't take away from such a great mouse.
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OCZ Vector Review (French) reported at 11:46 AM
category: SATA Hard Drives     website: Cowcotland
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Ozone Xenon Review reported at 11:41 AM
category: Mice     website: techPowerUp!
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The driver suite looks very beta-ish, and it is, again, missing essential features. Overall, the product seems a bit rushed, which is a shame since it packs a lot of potential with the Avago ADNS-3090 sensor and an excellent shell design. A revision of this mouse with side buttons and a bit more elaborate driver suite would be killer, even for an additional $10. At $40, this mouse costs about as much as the CM Storm Recon in most parts of the world and that makes the Ozone Xenon overpriced for what it gives. There are, of course, bound to be some people looking for a mouse without side buttons and this mouse is great for those people, but it just seems a bit silly to the rest of us.
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EnGenius ESR-300H / ESR-600H / ESR-750H Review reported at 11:40 AM
category: Internet Routers     website: Hardware.Info
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While the ESR-600H and ESR-750H have gigabit ports, they fall short in terms of performance, especially when you consider their purchase price. If that price can drop significantly, these routers can become interesting. Until then, not even the cool AirPlay feature on the ESR-750H is enough to do that.
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Thermalright TRUE Spirit 120M Review reported at 11:01 AM
category: CPU Coolers     website: PureOverclock.com
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"Thermalright designed a great value CPU Cooler with excellent aesthetic appeal and thermal performance and meets the demand of most high end CPU Processors available today."
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Akasa Venom Toxic Review reported at 10:57 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: NikKTech
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As far as i can remember Akasa has always followed an aggressive price policy compared to many of the other leading manufacturers so we were very glad to see that they haven't change their ways and so the Venom Toxic Black Full Tower PC Case currently retails for around USD130 inside the USA and at 133Euros inside the EU (Overclockers.co.uk). True as with pretty much everything if you are willing to cross the USD200/200Euros price range you will find many PC Cases with more features and higher build quality than the Venom Toxic Black but that really means nothing. The fact is that the Venom Toxic Black is a good looking quality full tower that offers plenty of space, great airflow levels, many features and all that at a very good price tag which is also why it gets our Golden Award.
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