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Corsair Vengeance LP DDR3-1600 Dual Channel Kit Review reported at 11:22 AM
category: DDR3 Memory     website: PureOverclock.com
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If you are looking for an attractive memory kit that offers you the performance you need without the increased power consumption of some of the other high performance kits, Corsair’s Vengeance LP Low Voltage kit is the way to go.
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Cooler Master Cosmos SE Review reported at 11:21 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: ocaholic
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The Cosmos SE is yet another great case in Cooler Master's Cosmos Series. The manufacturer made some significant changes since the first version. This new version looks fantastic and it's a very solid case. The aluminium handle bars for example are very useful and provide an easy way to move the case around. Last but not least, the side panel with window adds a nice touch if you like show off your system's components. Other than that the fans included are good but only feature 3-pin headers. We would really like to see 4-pin fans in future.
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Thermaltake Tt eSPORTS Cronos Review reported at 11:20 AM
category: headsets     website: ThinkComputers
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"From the music to the gaming there was never a point where I was unsatisfied. It proved to be a great headset from start to finish while testing. I was able to determine where enemy fire was coming from as well as hearing people sneaking up on. The CRONOS also proved to be great in VOIP programs while gaming at the same time. None of my friends in and off the server had any difficulty hearing me at all on the CRONOS headset."
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Cooler Master CM Storm QuickFire Stealth Review reported at 11:12 AM
category: Keyboards     website: Modders-Inc
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Overall I felt the CM Storm Quickfire Stealth is a worthy keyboard. It has minimalist features (hence the Stealth name) but functions like a top notch fighter. For me, missing the ten-key was annoying but can easily be gotten over. I found that without the ten-key and the removable USB cable, traveling with the keyboard was much easier. Ergonomically the CM Storm Quickfire Stealth is pretty much like every “flat” style keyboard.
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Corsair RM750 Review reported at 11:04 AM
category: Power Supplies     website: techPowerUp!
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The RM750 performed well overall, its price is fair for what it offers, and its fully modular design is an ace up its sleeve. You can also monitor +12V current output and fan speed if you buy Corsair's optional Digital Bridge and download the Corsair Link software. Now, some of you may complain because the Digital Bridge wasn't included in the bundle, but it would have raised the final price, which Corsair didn't want, especially because it can only obtain two RM750 readings.
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Gigabyte Aivia Uranium Review reported at 10:55 AM
category: Mice     website: APH Networks
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"When all is said and done, the Gigabyte Aivia Uranium delivers on what they promise. They promised a station that would provide live settings and on-the-fly customization. They promised a lag-free programmable experience. They promised a mouse that would last over fifty hours of usage. All of these things, Gigabyte has done and delivered."
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DeepCool Gamer Storm Lucifer Review (French) reported at 10:43 AM
category: CPU Coolers     website: Cowcotland
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HIS R9 270X IceQ X2 Turbo Boost Review reported at 10:42 AM
category: Game Accelerator Cards     website: Benchmark Reviews
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"The HIS Radeon R9 270X IceQ X2 Turbo Boost 2GB is an extremely well constructed video card. Considering the size of the PCB and Cooler you could be forgiven for thinking it will be super heavy, but it’s not. There is a bit of weight to deal with, but HIS have this covered with their integrated component/mosfet/memory cooler that also doubles as a PCB support plate. Overall, the construction of the entire card, and layout of components are infallible."
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Cooler Master Silencio 352 Review reported at 10:27 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: Hardcoreware
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So if you’re thinking about putting together a dedicated living room PC, I have no problem recommending the Silencio 352. It will accommodate as much horsepower as you’d want to put in it, and look good and sound quiet while doing it.
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A-DATA SP900 Review reported at 10:21 AM
category: SATA Hard Drives     website: KitGuru
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The Sp900 is decent, but it faces stiff competition at the price. We would need to see some price reductions before giving it a higher recommendation.
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Seagate 600 SSD Review reported at 10:20 AM
category: SATA Hard Drives     website: Hardware.Info
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Nevertheless, there are even more affordable SSDs that perform slightly better. The Toshiba Q series, for example, are a bit cheaper and scored better in some benchmarks. For normal consumer use, you're probably still better off with a Samsung 40 Evo. That one didn't do as well in the demanding continuous load test, but in the consumer-oriented benchmarks the much cheaper Samsung 40 Evo performs better than the Seagate 600. Also, the Samsung 840 Pro 256GB and 512GB are per gigabyte only slightly more expensive than the Seagate 600 240GB and 480GB. The 840 Pros do perform better overall.
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Cooler Master HAF Stacker 935 Review reported at 10:15 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: Overclockers Club
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If you are looking for a truly unique chassis with advanced water cooling, look no further. If you just need a good full tower with some water cooling support, you can do better for much cheaper.
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