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G.Skill RipjawsX F3-2133C9Q-16GXL Review reported at 04:32 PM
category: DDR3 Memory     website: techPowerUp!
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"If you are not running a Haswell-based system, this kit will still perform very well, although it does require slightly more voltage to do so. That might seem like a downer, and it kind of is, but its Z87-based profile only uses 1.6 V, and not many other CAS 9 2133 MHz kits on the market can say the same, nor are they as affordable as this kit. If you are looking for a good 16 GB kit to install into an ASUS ROG motherboard for 24/7 use, don't overlook this kit. Its esthetics look great, and the sticks will work just as well if you use any other brand of motherboard, though the colors might not match."
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Antec AMP SP1 Review reported at 04:27 PM
category: Digital Speakers     website: Benchmark Reviews
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You may want to check out speakers from other manufacturers before making a purchase decision. The Antec SP1 is perfect for those looking in a easily portable mobile speaker that can be used indoors as a cellphone dock as well as taken out of the house for LAN parties and picnics. If you’re looking for a booming club-style speaker, this is not for you, otherwise the Antec SP1 is a great buy.
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Enermax Fulmo-ST Review (French) reported at 04:26 PM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: Cowcotland
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Thermaltake Tt eSports Bahamut Review reported at 04:25 PM
category: Sound Cards     website: Overclockers Club
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"Overall, the BAHAMUT isn't going to make your shitty headphones sound good; it's just going to give them the ability to go louder if they can handle it, as that's how it works. The BAHAMUT is a great quick fix for a headset that just can't play loud to be able to play a bit louder (for example my Pulse-R headset is rather quiet; the BAHAMUT is perfect). The numbers lie a little, or really your ears can lie a little back on what is heard from this external sound card. The numbers say we should expect some feedback from the mic and some serious off balanced noise response; however, in testing I found neither to be extreme enough to have any real effect."
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Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD3H Review reported at 04:21 PM
category: Socket 1150 Motherboards     website: techPowerUp!
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If you buy the Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H and just want some decent performance at stock with good features and efficient power consumption, you made the right choice. The benchmarking numbers show great performance at all times, it is pretty reasonably priced, and does not come fitted with a bunch of stuff most users will never use. And if you then decide to squeeze more out of your system by overclocking a bit, or a lot, you can, since everything you need is ready and waiting—on-board buttons, measuring points, special fan headers for watercooling units, added power plugs for PCIe ports. Options for VRM settings and memory timings...those are here too. What makes it perfect is that you are not paying for it. Those options are there like they were meant to be, no questions asked.
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