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Netgear Centria WNDR4700 Review reported at 12:23 PM
category: Internet Routers     website: HardwareHeaven
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So that brings us to value where the WNDR4700 sits at the higher end of the market. It does arrive with everything we need to get up and running and has 90days of free phone support as well as a decent warranty. In addition NETGEAR offer a pre-configured WNDR4720 which contains a 2TB drive for those worried about installing themselves.
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Noctua NH-L9i Review reported at 12:07 PM
category: CPU Coolers     website: Big Bruin
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The Pros and Cons for the NH-L9i are identical to the ones listed for the NH-L9a, and for good reason. All of the good things that can be done for an AMD cooler can also be done for an Intel cooler, while the price of almost $50 and the maximum TDP of 65 Watts also apply to both models.
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Gigabyte GV-N670OC-2GD Review (French) reported at 12:04 PM
category: Game Accelerator Cards     website: Cowcotland
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Cooltek Coolcube Black Review reported at 12:03 PM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: techPowerUp!
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"I do believe Cooltek has chosen the superior approach with a better set of I/O and the ability to install a midrange graphics card into a compact case. Both are things people should value enough to spend an additional five euro. Cooltek just needs to add a couple color options and a better engineered I/O and power button to make this case perfect!"
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Genius Gila Review reported at 11:53 AM
category: Mice     website: Benchmark Reviews
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Armed with the NXP LPC11U14 microcontroller, the Genius Gila is able to produce a DPI range from 200 to 8200 and is rumored to be approximately eight times faster than the garden variety gaming mouse. It is also capable of delivering a 1000Hz polling rate. While testing it, I found the Gila to be as good as advertised. So, from a performance standpoint, the Gila is a solid performer.
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Corsair Hydro H110 Review reported at 11:46 AM
category: CPU Coolers     website: Overclockers Club
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I have to say that the lower noise levels and improved cooling really make the case for the H110. It currently sits at the top of the heap as the best cooling solution I have tested on this iteration of my test system. Equipped with all of the adapters and installation parts you need, Corsair has thought of it all. Ease of installation is improved with the larger, more flexible low evaporation tubing that allows Corsair to extend a five-year warranty for this product as a way to provide peace of mind to the skeptical user. The five-year warranty is going to mean this cooler may make it through to your next build on average. Great cooling, competitive pricing, low noise, and a great warranty make the H110 a shoe-in for you next build or cooling system upgrade.
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