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BitFenix Shadow Review reported at 11:52 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: techPowerUp!
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"The market for €65 cases is huge, and there are a ton of options out there, which makes it hard to recommend the Shadow for anything else but its LED looks. There are, in other words, loads of options that are built better, feature better tool-less mechanisms, proper water-cooling support, and better cable management, but none of those have the LED strip in the front. It may be a harsh-sounding statement, but it is the truth: Its only unique aspect is the front as the rest is a pure OEM case."
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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 vs GTX 770 Comparison reported at 11:45 AM
category: Game Accelerator Cards     website: ocaholic
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If you own a GTX 670 and you upgrade to a GTX 770, you will have to pay about 280 Euro for a 16 percent improvement. Should you really be willing to spend this kind of money just for replacing your "old" graphics card with the latest model, then you should definitely consider building an SLI. Adding another GTX 670 to your setup will give you a 40 to 80 percent performance boost and it will cost you quite a bit less. In other words the price performance ratio with adding a second GTX 670 is much better than with simply replacing the GTX 670 with a GTX 770.
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Cooler Master CM Storm Reaper Review reported at 11:38 AM
category: Mice     website: MadShrimps
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The CM Storm Reaper is quite unique thanks to the chassis design which integrates a machined aluminum back plate along with the rubberized sides and buttons for a nice feel and added grip. Cooler Master went with the Avago 9500 sensor on this one so we have available up to 8200DPI resolution which can be customized from the software. A “sniper” button is also present and is easy accessible on the left side of the mouse, for lowering the DPI to a certain level only when it is necessary.
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Cooler Master N200/N300/N500/N600 Review reported at 11:33 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: Hardware.Info
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Cooler Master's new N series desktop enclosures offer a lot of value for your money. We prefer the design of the uneven numbered models (N300 and N500), but of course that's a matter of taste. The performance and build quality of each chassis varies. The N300, N500 and N600 are average in terms of cooling, but remain very quiet.
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Cooler Master Nepton 280L Review reported at 11:29 AM
category: CPU Coolers     website: Benchmark Reviews
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If you’re looking for a liquid cooler to fill your twin 140mm fan mounts, the Nepton 280L is as good of a choice as any. I wouldn’t have a problem recommending this unit to my friends (especially for the easy installation!), but it really feels designed to offer an alternative solution so you don’t have to put a Corsair or NZXT cooler in your Cooler Master case. I can understand that, and I’m always glad to have options to choose from.
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Toshiba MQ01ACF050 Review reported at 11:27 AM
category: SATA Hard Drives     website: NikKTech
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Bottom line the MQ01ACF050 500GB 2.5" 7mm SATA III HDD combines good performance levels with very low electrical demands and temperature levels making it ideal for use with ultra-thin notebooks/laptops and that's why it gets our Golden Award.
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Cooler Master Storm SF-15 Review reported at 11:21 AM
category: Case Cooling Solutions     website: APH Networks
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"The Cooler Master Storm SF-15 glows brightly in the face of the challenge, but a mediocre build quality holds the SF-15 from being greater."
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Cooler Master HAF Stacker 935 Review reported at 11:16 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: Overclock Intelligence Agency
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I found the HAF Stacker 935 online for $170 which makes it cheaper than the high-end Cosmos and HAF X series cases. It is priced very close to the also-new Cosmos SE which we hope to review soon, and will see how they compare. Although you can still get a HAF 932 Advanced, similar to the AMD Edition I used over the last four years for slightly less, the HAF Stacker series offers far more capabilities and expandability than any full tower case can possibly provide.
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