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Noctua NH-U14S Review reported at 11:50 AM
category: CPU Coolers     website: Vortez
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Noctua have a proven track record for delivering brilliant products and the U14S is no exception. NH-U14S offers excellent memory compatibility clearance and build quality. It performs well for both thermal results and noise levels.
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Plextor M5 Pro Review (German) reported at 11:45 AM
category: SATA Hard Drives     website: Hardware-Mag
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Seasonic Platinum SS-660XP2 Review (German) reported at 11:19 AM
category: Power Supplies     website: Technic3D
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Rosewill RDEE-12002 Review reported at 11:10 AM
category: Storage Accessories     website: techPowerUp!
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"That said, the Roswell RDEE-12002 is a great enclosure and delivers on everything with a few nifty little extras that make it stand out a tad bit more than the competition."
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Cooler Master V700 Review (French) reported at 11:02 AM
category: Power Supplies     website: Cowcotland
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32/64GB USB 3.0 Flash Memory Drive Roundup reported at 10:50 AM
category: Tape/Zip/Jaz Drives     website: Hardware.Info
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The two fastest USB 3.0 sticks in our test were the Kingston DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 64GB and the Sandisk Cruzer Extreme 32 GB and 64GB. The Kingston one translates to € 1.35 per GB, while the 64GB Sandisk stick is equal to € 1.16 per GB. Both are more expensive than average, with Sandisk the more affordable of the two. The 32 GB version costs an average of € 45. The Transcend JetFlash 780 32GB is a slightly cheaper and about equally fast alternative.
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Patriot Supersonic Magnum Review reported at 10:46 AM
category: Tape/Zip/Jaz Drives     website: Benchmark Reviews
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When it comes to sequential performance, the Supersonic Magnum is nothing to be scoffed at. With sequential read performance approaching 300MB/s and sequential writes within spitting distance of 150MB/s the Supersonic Magnum can keep up with or even surpass the performance of last generation SSD's. Where the Supersonic Magnum flounders though is in its random read and write performance which was unable to break 2MB/s in any of our tests.
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