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Gigabyte Brix Review reported at 09:41 AM
category: Small Form Factor     website: eTeknix.com
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Gigabyte have taken Intel’s NUC platform and turned it into a rather sexy looking powerhouse. It may not cheap by any stretch of the imagination but it packs a hugely impressive amount of performance for its tiny size. Gigabyte’s BRIX is an innovative take on the NUC platform and a much needed revamp to the previously boring and homogeneous Atom/Brazos dominated mini PC market.
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G.Skill TridentX F3-2933C12D-8GTXDG Review reported at 09:24 AM
category: DDR3 Memory     website: HardwareHeaven
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"An impressive set of memory modules from G.Skill which is ideal for previous and current generation CPUs."
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SanDisk Ultra Plus Review reported at 08:52 AM
category: SATA Hard Drives     website: Tom's Hardware
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The largest Ultra Plus is as fast as last year's quickest drives in most circumstances, with the added benefit of lower per-gigabyte pricing. On the other end of the spectrum, the 64 GB model is ninja-quick for its size. If you're looking for something inexpensive to drop into an older system, or to create a reasonable RAID 0 array, the smallest Ultra Plus could be an ideal candidate. But it's hard to justify the 64 GB model at all when the 128 GB version sells for a few dollars more, and with performance closer to the 256 GB drive. Regardless of capacity, the Ultra Plus is at home with the lighter workloads that typify average computing environments.
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SilverStone Tundra TD02 Review reported at 08:46 AM
category: CPU Coolers     website: eTeknix.com
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"With the SilverStone Tundra TD02 we have a new 240mm AIO king – the Tundra TD02 reigns supreme. For those who want a premium quality, near-silent and extreme performance closed loop cooler but do not need the expendability of competing solutions – the Tundra TD02 ticks all the right boxes. Sure you’re going to need to open your wallet a fair bit and have a very spacious case but you will not be disappointed and you’ll feel like every penny of your money was well spent. A huge congratulations to SilverStone for giving the closed-loop AIO market that huge kick up its backside that it has needed for years now."
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Cooler Master CM Storm Havoc Review (French) reported at 08:33 AM
category: Mice     website: Cowcotland
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NZXT Phantom 630 Review (German) reported at 08:24 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: Hard Tecs 4U
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Corsair Vengeance K70 Review reported at 08:22 AM
category: Keyboards     website: Hardware.Info
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The Corsair K70 is a comprehensive yet modestly-sized gaming keyboard with mechanical keys. It doesn't feature any extra gaming keys, but you do get key-by-key customizable backlighting, a wrist support, media keys and special keys for the WASD and 1-6 keys. The Cherry MX Red keys are great for typing and gaming, and the build quality is solid with the aluminium top. The same keyboard will soon also be available with Cherry MX Brown or Blue keys. The average price of $130 for a mechanical keyboard of this level of quality is very reasonable, especially considering the material. The Corsair K70 therefore walks away with the Hardware.Info Silver Award.
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