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Cooler Master CM Storm Scout 2 Advanced Review reported at 10:15 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: Ninjalane
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"The Scout 2 Advanced does come with a small window that is secured in place with several metal tabs. Normally we would say windows are bad but on this product the small panel is tasteful and the perfect size for a well placed appliqué."
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Xigmatek Talon Review reported at 10:12 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: Hardware.Info
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That doesn't mean the Talon is a bad chassis, its foundation is actually very good. You do need to consider getting more or better fans for it, especially if you won't be using liquid cooling. Due to the poor cooling the Xigmatek doesn't qualify for any awards.
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Thermaltake Water 2.0 Extreme Review reported at 10:04 AM
category: CPU Coolers     website: Real World Labs
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Aside from a few flaws the Thermaltake Water 2.0 Extreme is one hell of a self-contained water cooler. It offers the performance of AiO cooler with larger radiators, but it has the ability to fit into any chassis that can accommodate dual 120mm fans in one area.
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Kingston HyperX 10th Anniversary Edition DDR3-2400 4x4GB Kit Review reported at 10:03 AM
category: DDR3 Memory     website: NikKTech
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With a current price tag of just USD159.99 inside the USA (Amazon/Newegg) and at around 150Euros inside the EU the HyperX 10th Anniversary Limited Edition 2400MHz 16GB CL11 Quad Channel Kit (KHX24C11X3K4/16X) is a real bargain since it offers great performance with no clearance issues thanks to the low-profile heat spreaders and hassle-free installation thanks to the two available XMP profiles. Now i would like to see something a bit unique for packaging and perhaps more overclocking headroom but both would probably be reason enough for Kingston to increase the price tag so those i can live without. So thumbs up to Kingston both for manufacturing a very good quad channel kit and for receiving our Platinum Award.
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Biostar Hi-Fi A85W Review reported at 09:55 AM
category: AMD Socket FM2 Motherboards     website: KitGuru
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Biostar is showing that it can compete with the big three motherboard manufacturers with this quality addition to their range.
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Kingston HyperX 10th Anniversary Edition DDR3-2400 4x4GB Kit Review reported at 09:54 AM
category: DDR3 Memory     website: techPowerUp!
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I really like these 10th Anniversary Genesis sticks, and they make, in my books, a great option for a 24/7 system. No, they aren't exactly the highest performing sticks when you get serious about overclocking, but the Genesis line-up isn't the high-end HyperX option either, so it's a bit unrealistic to expect them to reach the upper limits in frequency. Although they appear to have rather loose timings, the performance results say differently. With that, they've definitely found a place in my X79 system, and should I want to pop them into another rig, I know they'll be ready.
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ECS A970M-A Deluxe Review reported at 09:30 AM
category: Socket AM3+     website: Overclockers Club
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"The ECS A970M-A is a terrific value at its current price of $69.99. If your needs do not include 8 SATA ports, three or four PCIe x 16 slots, or a BIOS that gives you dozen different ways to obtain an overclock, the ECS A970M-A may fit the bill and look good doing it."
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DeepCool N9 Review reported at 09:27 AM
category: Case Cooling Solutions     website: Benchmark Reviews
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"The DeepCool N9 Cooling Pad performed well overall. Although it did not provide a huge amount of direct cooling to the laptops, there was a measurable drop. Certainly the materials and design of the cooling pad minimizes the direct transfer of heat from the laptop bottom making it comfortable to position on your lap, should you be required to do so."
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GELID Black Edition Review reported at 09:00 AM
category: CPU Coolers     website: PureOverclock.com
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The Gelid Black Edition was the best performing cooler we've tested under stock clocks and the quietest as well. If you're looking for a quiet performer that's smaller and less expensive than the top-shelf Noctua units while giving similar performance the Gelid Black Edition is the cooler you've been looking for.
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