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Toshiba THNSNF Review reported at 05:48 PM
category: SATA Hard Drives     website: NikKTech
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Since the Toshiba THNSNF512GCSS 512GB SSD is a brand new product (and also because i think it was initially targeted towards system builders and not consumers) we didn't really expect to encounter good availability levels around the world and unfortunately we were more than just right. So currently we couldn't find the THNSNF512GCSS for sale anywhere inside the USA (and thus we can't comment on its price) however it retails for around 440Euros inside the EU a price tag that puts it roughly 50Euros less than the Vector 512GB by OCZ (at least in quite a few countries). With that in mind you are basically getting lightning fast top of its class performance, excellent reliability and 3 years warranty for just 0.92Euros per Gigabyte and that's more than enough for us to give our Golden Award to the THNSNF512GCSS 512GB by Toshiba.
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Noctua NF-A14 ULN / NF-A14 FLX / NF-A15 PWM Fan Reviews reported at 05:40 PM
category: Case Cooling Solutions     website: eTeknix.com
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The NF-A15 PWM is my favourite Noctua fan to date. Being someone who deals with many CPU coolers on a daily basis I really respect what Noctua have done. They have seen something that very few others in the industry have seen. They have seen that because most CPU coolers are situated in open (not enclosed) spaces there is extra space either side, above and below the CPU cooler. This means that CPU cooler fans do not have to fit into tight spaces or meet rigid specifications – so you can fit a 150mm fan onto a 120mm CPU cooler providing the mounting system supports it. This innovation of course wouldn’t work for a case fan or radiator fan because the NF-A15 PWM would be too wide to fit or block the spacings for neighbouring fans, however on CPU coolers it works because of that extra space.
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XFX R7850 Core Edition 1GB Review reported at 03:39 PM
category: Game Accelerator Cards     website: Neoseeker
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Any way you slice it, the XFX R7850 offers an excellent upgrade path for those holding out for a low cost solution with great performance.
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Cooler Master GeminII M4 Review reported at 12:17 PM
category: CPU Coolers     website: Frosty Tech
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Bottom line, the low profile Coolermaster Gemin II M4 heatsink offers good thermal performance at full fan speed in sub-75mm tall PC enclosures. The heatsink is generally very quiet, but operating this cooler at its slowest fan speed is best reserved for sub-95W TDP computer processors.
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Noctua NF-A15 & NF-A14 Review reported at 12:15 PM
category: Case Cooling Solutions     website: OCModShop
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The NF-A15 and NF-A14 cooling fans are proper Noctua quality with added new innovations. With every new design they unveil, Noctua brings out great airflow with minimal noise and are extremely reliable (I still use 5 year old Noctua fans). They are a bit more expensive than typical case fans but are worth every penny.
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Synology DS213air Review reported at 11:52 AM
category: Tape/Zip/Jaz Drives     website: Hardware.Info
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It's a nice concept, a Synology NAS with built-in WiFi. But the execution? Lackluster. We can't recommend buying this one. The DS213air proves that Synology is capable of creating great software and features, but the decision to use a very limited 2.4 GHz 150 Mbit WiFi adapter has a negative impact on the wireless performance. Having a more affordable DS212j along with an affordable router or extra access point is a much better way of having this type of capability.
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InWin GRone Review reported at 11:46 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: ThinkComputers
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As I said this is a feature-packed case and In Win really has packed so much into this case. From things beginners will appreciate to features that enthusiasts demand. Starting off with the design of the case In Win has kept the GRone minimal, while still being able to keep its own identity. I really like this actually, it’s not over the top, but still has elements that draw attention to the case. The large blue side panel window is one of my favorite features, it really shows all of your hardware.
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Razer Ouroburos Review (French) reported at 11:34 AM
category: Mice     website: Cowcotland
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Antec P280 Review reported at 11:16 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: eTeknix.com
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It’s not all good however as I do have one major shortfall on the P280 design, while the chassis does come fitted with three 120mm exhaust fans, there are no pre-installed intake fans, which for a chassis of this size seems like an oversight, so I would suggest picking up a pair of 120mm fans along side this chassis so that you can really enjoy its capabilities. This minor oversight aside I still think this is one of the most versatile chassis on the market today and its perfect for those that want all the bite of a powerful system, without the bark of loud design features often found on other gaming chassis.
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Fractal Design Node 304 Review reported at 11:13 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: KitGuru
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A good first attempt at an ITX case from Fractal Design but it needs some tweaking before we would recommend it hands down.
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Antec One Review reported at 11:02 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: HardwareCanucks
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The One is on the small side, the expansion slot covers have to be permanently removed. But that doesn’t mean Antec hasn’t put forward a winning design.
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Thermaltake eSPORTS Level 10 M Review reported at 10:40 AM
category: Mice     website: Overclockers Club
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The mouse is not a fail, don't get me wrong. There are a few things that I found annoying, and I've shared those thoughts with you. You and I find comfort in different ways and like and hate different products; so don't take what I have to say as a sole judgment to buy or not buy this mouse. The real ticket to getting what you want is to try out the product. After reviewing so many products, it's hard for me to think of buying a keyboard or mouse without playing with it first. A lot of times you can't try them, which is why I'm here: to tell you my opinion of the mouse. That's also why you should feel free to ask me questions I may not have covered. Overall, the Level 10 wasn't my steak and potatoes on the plane ride, but it was definitely a chicken sandwich compared to the sip of coke and cookie in economy class.
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