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Corsair Vengeance K70 Review reported at 11:40 AM
category: Keyboards     website: Pro-Clockers.com
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The Corsair Vengeance K70 is a mere $20 cheaper than the bigger K95 mechanical keyboard. The extra features that the K95 has over the K70 may be enough to sway people to get the bigger K95. But if you are not heavy into RPG and MMORPG, get the K70 and put the extra money into a good mouse.
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MSI CK Review reported at 11:39 AM
category: Keyboards     website: Techgage
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"In conclusion, I think MSI’s CK Series is a lot like a classic British sports car such as an MG, albeit one that is properly sorted. Sure, it might not be built like a luxury SUV, and it may not have a lot of extras included. But it just plain works. Its idiosyncrasies lend it a certain degree of character and a whole lot of charm. The no-frills experience of using it day-to-day is reason enough to own one. And the pricing is also perfect for what it is and for everything it promises."
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Asus Maximus VI Hero Review reported at 11:29 AM
category: Socket 1150 Motherboards     website: techPowerUp!
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Although ASUS's claim in the product name alone is pretty grand, the ASUS MAXIMUS VI HERO did not disappoint at all. It earned its title. This day-to-day HERO can definitely save many pennies from being snatched out of your pocketbook if you are looking to do some serious Haswell overclocking, but be forewarned: the HERO does need some training-to-use before it can easily reach the same levels as the MAXIMUS VI EXTREME, as it IS just as capable with a bit of work and practice.
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NZXT H630 Review reported at 11:11 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: PureOverclock.com
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"Overall, we didn’t find any big negatives with the H630, only a few nitpick items. Some of these can be rather subjective or relative to your particular setup, so we didn’t let them take too much away from the H630. NZXT has a real winner here."
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Kingston HyperX Beast DDR3-2400 4x8GB Kit Review reported at 10:59 AM
category: DDR3 Memory     website: ocaholic
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Looking up the price for KHX24C11T3K4/32X via geizhals, we see a series of offers currently starting at 266 Euros excluding shipping across the EU. Comparing this price to the other 4x8 GB kits available, the Beast cannot be called the best purchase as there are cheaper Team Group and GeIL kits with same-or-better specifications available, furthermore, Kingston do not supply the Beast with any special accessories. As Kingston’s current four-module flagship, the 32GB version of 2400C11 HyperX Beast will not dissapoint its potential buyers but is not a perfect product either. Being easily able to clear spec, if will not get much love amongst those who like to overclock. In addition, a couple more euros could have been spent for the heatspreaders put on the top product.
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NVIDIA GTX 760/770/780 in SLI & 3-way SLI Review reported at 10:54 AM
category: Game Accelerator Cards     website: Hardware.Info
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While it's expensive, SLI is the most interesting for the high-end cards. It enables you to play with resolutions and settings that are simply impossible to achieve with a single GPU. The benchmark results were clear, a single GTX 780 often isn't enough for gaming in 5760x1080 with maximum settings and anti-aliasing. The second card is what makes the game playable. Considering the price of a GTX 780 or Titan, this is obviously not a hobby for the average gamer.
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Mach Xtreme MXUB3MFX-32G Review reported at 10:47 AM
category: Tape/Zip/Jaz Drives     website: NikKTech
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"True you can find quite a few 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drives in the market at around the same price tag but certainly not as fast and not as great looking as the MX-FX by MX-Technology something which in the end that matters very much with everything that you carry along with you. In the end the choice comes down to personal preference but based on its speed, looks and price tag the MX-FX 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive by MX-Technology walks away with our Platinum Award."
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AMD FX-9590 Review reported at 10:39 AM
category: Socket AM3+ CPUs     website: KitGuru
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"It proves very difficult to score the AMD FX9590 as it is a seriously niche product. The price alone drops the overall score several points. If AMD brought it out around the £300 mark then it would have made a lot more sense, but at £700 there is no possibility for a recommendation. If you are a wealthy AMD overclocker then you are likely to have one already on pre-order, but everyone else will be longing for an affordable processor from AMD which can challenge the £260 Intel Core i7 4770k."
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SteelSeries Apex [RAW] Review reported at 10:28 AM
category: Keyboards     website: KitGuru
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If you are on the market for a low-profile, solid keyboard with unlimited customization potential through SteelSeries’ excellent SteelSeries Engine, the Apex [RAW] is definitely worth your time.
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Z87 Motherboard Roundup July 2013 reported at 10:24 AM
category: Socket 1150 Motherboards     website: HardwareHeaven
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Starting with the performance of the three boards we tested today they were all very evenly matched, which is a plus for most consumers. There was no bad choice as such thanks to each supporting decent multi-GPU tech and having similar overall features. For overclockers we did have a little more success on the MSI but that was really one of the few performance defining differences.
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