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NZXT Phantom 240 Case Review reported at 03:48 PM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: Neoseeker
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The Phantom 240 doesn't skimp on features or quality.
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DimasTech Test Bench EasyXL Review reported at 11:21 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: Modders-Inc
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"The price may sound a little steep, but you truly are paying for a quality product. The EasyXL Test Bench is not the only product DimasTech manufactures, this bench is the largest bench however, smaller benches are available."
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Rapoo 8900P Review reported at 11:11 AM
category: Keyboards     website: ThinkComputers
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"The overall tracking and response of the mouse was great for office usage and would only work out for some light gaming. Rapoo did a good job of making a nice keyboard and mouse combo which has an amazing build quality. I would really like to see some of the other products they will be releasing."
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HIS Radeon R9 290 iPower IceQ X2 OC Review reported at 11:04 AM
category: Game Accelerator Cards     website: Benchmark Reviews
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"Priced slightly higher than the average GTX 770 but way below the GTX 780, the performance/price ratio is very positive. The question is whether or not the extra cost (over the GTX 770) is worth the extra performance achieved. These cards are undoubtedly priced to take a dent out of NVIDIA’s profits and this is all good for the PC gaming community."
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Crucial MX100 512GB Review (French) reported at 10:07 AM
category: SATA Hard Drives     website: Cowcotland
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InWin S-Frame Review reported at 10:05 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: Hardware Asylum
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The S-Frame from In Win is clearly a design that breaks conventions and pushes the question of what is a computer case? Does it have to be a square box? Or can it take any shape provided that it can hold a computer and looks good doing it. S-Frame is an open air case design that is constructed from a single piece of 4mm thick aluminum plate and folded 15 times to create the desired shape. The motherboard position is rotated so that the I/O panel is facing up and cooling is handled by natural convection with the help of three 120mm fans that can be located at the bottom. The design may not cool like a Raven but sure tries to look like one.
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Cherry MX-Board 3.0 Review reported at 10:04 AM
category: Keyboards     website: eTeknix.com
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This is one of the best value for money mechanical keyboards on the market and it comes from one of the most trusted mechanical keyboard companies in the world. It might not be packed full of features, but its clean and presentable design, combined with the high quality MX switches makes it a great choice for use in the office or as part of your gaming rig.
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be quiet Dark Rock Pro 3 Review reported at 10:01 AM
category: CPU Coolers     website: Overclockers Club
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Be quiet! gives you a three-year warranty and, while I may not be a fan of the mounting system, the Dark Rock Pro 3 does have great build quality to go along with the attractive dark nickel finish. Priced at around $89, it is toward the higher end of the spectrum. If you're thinking about an air cooling solution and you don't constantly load your system to the limits, then the Dark Rock Pro 3 should be on your list. On the box it says, "NO COMPROMISE SILENCE AND PERFORMANCE" and I think the be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3 lives up to the claim.
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NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Z Review reported at 08:52 AM
category: Game Accelerator Cards     website: HardwareCanucks
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With AMD launching the R9 295X2 at its current performance levels the TITAN Z feels like a tantalizing taste of what could have been an awesome competitor. Instead, NVIDIA had no way of convincingly beating AMD’s dual GPU card while remaining on air cooling so they likely threw in the towel and brandished the TITAN name once again. Whether or not we all agree with the turn-tail-and-overprice strategy doesn’t really matter; the TITAN Z will still likely sell out due to the raw power, ease of installation and brand recognition it brings to the table. That certainly doesn’t make it a “better” card than AMD’s R9 295X2 though, regardless of what a $3000 price tag would have people believe.
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