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Thermaltake Tt eSPORTS Knucker Review reported at 04:15 PM
category: Keyboards     website: APH Networks
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"Let's not pretend the Tt eSPORTS Knucker is a mechanical keyboard: It is not. It is different, and this is exactly why I like it."
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Silicon Power Armor A15 Review reported at 11:16 AM
category: Tape/Zip/Jaz Drives     website: NikKTech
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"Since the rubber housing used with the Armor A15 is not as durable as the one used with the A80 we did expect it to retail for less and we were not wrong since currently you can find it for USD77.90 inside the USA (Amazon) and at around 100Euros inside the EU. Our opinion is that if Silicon Power hadn't released the Armor A80 then the A15 would be our favorite 2.5" USB 3.0 PHD in the market as we speak but we do prefer the extra data protection offered by the tank-like external housing of the A80 more. Things like that however are personal preferences but what we can't deny for sure is the quality and performance of the Armor A15 1TB USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive by Silicon Power and that's why we give it our Golden Award."
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Mushkin Chronos 240GB Review reported at 11:07 AM
category: SATA Hard Drives     website: techPowerUp!
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"The real highlight of the Chronos is its outstanding price. The 240 GB version can be yours for just $165, which turns into a price per Gigabyte of below 70 cents, making it one of the most affordable SSDs on the market right now. If you are looking for a bit more performance, sub-$200 drives, like higher-end SandForce drives or the Corsair Neutron GTX, are up to the task without breaking the bank."
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Razer Kraken Pro Review reported at 11:03 AM
category: headsets     website: ThinkComputers
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"Look, I’m not saying Razer missed the mark with comfort. I’m saying Razer made a bogus claim on a really subjective topic. The Kraken Pro, all in all, is solid. They sound amazing. They look really good. They can be used for gaming or music on an even basis. They’re built to last. And if you have a normal size head (what size is that?) they are probably going to be comfortable. Moral of the story is that with all headsets you need to take them for a spin before you buy them. Also, take every “Best” or “Most” of the world with a grain of salt."
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Cooler Master HAF XB Review reported at 10:56 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: TechSpot
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As someone who reviews computer hardware for a hobby, I have access to nearly any case I might want. As I type, the Level 10 GT, Antec Lanboy Air, Bitfenix Colossus, Cubitek HPTX-ICE are collecting dust in my house, and yet I've decided to build a permanent system in the HAF XB because I like it too much to leave it empty. That's perhaps the best compliment I can offer and it serves as a testament to the HAF XB's all-around quality. We're glad to see Cooler Master's HAF series knock another one out of the park.
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G.Skill RipjawsX F3-1600C9Q-32GXM Review reported at 10:50 AM
category: DDR3 Memory     website: KitGuru
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"A rock-solid memory kit that offers a respectable amount of overclocking headroom and is set apart by its competitive retail price."
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Kingston SSDNow V300 Review reported at 10:44 AM
category: SATA Hard Drives     website: Techgage
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Kingston’s SSDNow V300 series delivers mid-range solid-state drive performance at budget solid-state drive prices. When in the market for a budget-friendly SSD, we would definitely recommend the V300 as long as it maintains its aggressive price positioning. For example, at the moment the Kingston flagship HyperX 3K 240GB slots in cheaper than the 240GB V300 on Newegg, so there isn’t any reason to not just upgrade to a HyperX 3K – but that just goes to show prices are everything in the budget SSD market and that it pays to look around.
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Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD4H Review reported at 10:40 AM
category: Socket 1155 Motherboards     website: HardwareCanucks
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"From your Average Joe to your overclocking-focused enthusiast, this is a motherboard that ticks many boxes and that does most things very well. It has just about everything you could want in a Z77 LGA1155 motherboard, unless you want more or should I say different connectivity, in which case GIGABYTE offers quite a few other models that should meet your criteria while sharing the same basic genes as the easily recommendable Z77X-UD4H."
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ProlimaTech MK-26 Review reported at 10:33 AM
category: CPU Coolers     website: Overclockers Club
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Silent operation, high performance cooling, and a self contained cooling system with high quality fans should last a very long time IF you can fit it in your system!
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Kingston SSDNow V 120GB Review reported at 10:25 AM
category: SATA Hard Drives     website: eTeknix.com
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"On the whole, the V300 brings a new lease of life to the V-series of drives that Kingston has to offer and now also offers up a better level of performance with the same highly competitive price point for the every day user. With out a doubt, this is worthy of our Bang for Buck award."
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Razer Ouroboros Review (German) reported at 10:19 AM
category: Mice     website: Hard Tecs 4U
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Hauppauge HD PVR 2 Review reported at 10:14 AM
category: Video Tuners and Editors     website: XSreviews.co.uk
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"All in all, the Hauppage HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition does seem to be a strong contender in the console recorder space. I feel that for late-model Xbox 360 models with HDMI, both the initial setup and eventual results would be much easier than they would be for me – and for that reason, I recommend the Hauppage in that instance. If you’re meaning to record on PS3 or an older Xbox 360, I’d still recommend the Hauppage although I caution that you may have to spend a few nights getting it working properly!"
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