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EVGA Tegra NOTE 7 & ASUS Transformer Pad TF701T Review reported at 03:08 PM
category: PDA Handheld devices     website: Neoseeker
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We take a look at two very tablet devices powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 4 SOC.
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Aerocool Dead Silence DS200 Review reported at 11:45 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: eTeknix.com
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Aerocools DS200 is a perfect choice for those who want high-end build quality and features, but want to take a break from the usual big names in the industry. If you want something competitive that stands out from the crowd, then you’ll be very happy with what this chassis has to offer.
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GAMDIAS Hermes Review reported at 11:39 AM
category: Keyboards     website: eTeknix.com
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Gamdias are quickly making a name for themselves with the gaming community and the performance, build quality, extensive feature set and overall style of the Hermes keyboard makes it easy to see why. This is easily one of the top gaming keyboards money can buy. We can’t wait to see what Gamdias come up with next, especially since they’ve already set the bar pretty high.
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Linksys AC1200 MAX Wi-Fi Range Extender Review reported at 11:39 AM
category: Network Hubs & Switches     website: HardwareHeaven
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"That mixed with a competitive price and 3-year warranty means we are awarding the Linksys AC1200 Max Wi-Fi Extender our recommended award. An ideal addition to any network where a boost in signal is required (e.g. Those wishing to get a better signal upstairs, or in a garden)."
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Antec HCP-1000 Platinum Review (French) reported at 11:34 AM
category: Power Supplies     website: Cowcotland
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Spire Ridge 6602B Review reported at 11:34 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: ocaholic
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"The Spire Ridge 6602B is a cheap entry-level case aimed to be used for low-end or office systems. Despite its affordable price we believe that there are still some aspects that could be improved, such as ventilation, the placement of the power supply and the management of the internal space."
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Phanteks Enthoo Luxe Review reported at 11:17 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: techPowerUp!
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"Overall, the Phanteks Enthoo Luxe is a great chassis. Well built, it also comes with a good mixture of features and materials. Even its price is a perfect match for its position in the Enthoo family of cases."
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MSI Z97I Gaming AC Review - Haswell Devils Canyon Performance reported at 11:00 AM
category: Socket 1150 Motherboards     website: Hardware Asylum
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Overall we really liked using the Z97I Gaming AC, the board was easy to setup, the layout was good and it was able to overclock quite well. This is saying a lot considering that most products configured for gaming focus on user experience rather than raw performance. Of course the small form factor works well given that many gaming rigs are now powerful enough to only need a single video card. Your choice in processor will depend largely on budget and if you go with a K series you can easily extend that budget with some light overclocking, Of course buying the best to get the best is always a good options and the Core i7 4790K is an excellent step in getting you there.
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Shuttle DS81 Review reported at 10:58 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: MadShrimps
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"Shuttle uses to price their barebones pretty good as of late and the DS81 makes no exception; as a barebone, we will be able to spot the product online for about 185 Euros, which is quite good if we are in need of a compact system which can be equipped with the CPU, RAM and storage of our choice."
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SilverStone Raven RV05 Review reported at 10:54 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: TechSpot
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"The restrictive and tedious installation had me dropping more F-bombs than I care to admit, though it was arguably worthwhile considering the Raven RV05's pricing, performance and looks. While it won't be the right enclosure for everyone, if you know what you're getting into and don't mind the hard drive/power supply limitations, the RV05 deserves some consideration if you want a unique high-end mid-tower."
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BitFenix Fury 650G Review reported at 10:42 AM
category: Power Supplies     website: PureOverclock.com
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"Of course if you wanted a color other than black, then the decision becomes a little bit easier… that is, until you realize that you could alter some of the sleeving to get some colored accents on the existing cables. Then the cogs start turning a bit more thinking of all the possibilities. Then you realize that this power supply includes a five year warranty, and suddenly the total package starts to look like an insanely good deal. For all of these reasons and more, we are happy to grant the BitFenix Fury 650G our PureOverclock Editor’s Choice award! The only “Fury” you should be experiencing is over not having this in your next build."
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Corsair Obsidian 450D Review reported at 10:20 AM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: HardOCP
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The Corsair Obsidian Series 450D is a great mid-tower ATX case that caters to the needs of just about every enthusiast. The phenomenal cooling performance, bold styling, and flexibility, makes this a chassis that is easy to recommend to almost anyone.
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Apogee XL CPU Block Review reported at 06:50 AM
category: CPU Coolers     website: Frosty Tech
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With the Apogee XL CPU Block, Swiftech is looking to cover all of the angles consumers are looking for in a new liquid cooling component. While Swiftech has historically used rather subdued styling, the Apogee XL features a unique design implementing an LED logo and design with four included color changes and is available with black or clear polycarbonate body." [SWIFTECH] via [Frostytech.com]
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Enermax ETS-N30 TAA CPU Cooler Review reported at 06:50 AM
category: CPU Coolers     website: Frosty Tech
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“Aftermarket CPU Air Coolers flood the market with many options and styles today. With the vast number of options, we know that competition is fierce. Today, we are going to be looking at the Enermax ETS-N30 CPU cooler that was designed for the mid-range users who aren’t looking to spend a great deal of money. The Enermax ETS-N30 CPU Air Cooler sports a 92mm blue LED fan with a copper based heatsink that not only looks good, but also fits the bill for those in a budget crunch. Let’s take a look at the Enermax ETS-N30 CPU Cooler and what is has to offer.” [PUREOVERCLOCK] via [Frostytech.com]
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ASUS Z97-WS Motherboard Review reported at 06:40 AM
category: Socket 1150 Motherboards     website: PC Perspective
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Introduction Courtesy of ASUS The ASUS Z97-WS motherboard is the latest release for the workstation board line with several evolutionary changes over its predecessor to take advantage of the Intel Z97 chipset features. ASUS changed little as far as the layout goes from the Z87 revision of the board, updating the board aesthetics with a richer gold and black coloration which is carried over into the board's capacitors and MOSFETs as well. The Z97-WS also features both SATA-Express and M.2 ports as well as optimizations to its CPU power circuitry to enhance the CPU 's performance potential and optimize power utilization. ASUS priced the Z97-WS competitively with a $289.00 MSRP in comparison to boards from other manufacturers with a similar feature set. Courtesy of ASUS Courtesy of ASUS ASUS designed the Z97-WS motherboard with an enhanced power delivery system, optimized to deliver the necessary power to the CPU with minimized power loss from excessively stressed components. The Z97-WS comes standard with eight digital power phases, featuring a new revision of the Dr MOS MOSFETs, Beat Thermal chokes, and Japanese-sourced 12k-hr rated solid capacitors. The Beat Thermal chokes offer up to 93% load-based power efficiency, resulting from the thermal-sensitive packaging design with integrated cooling fins as well as a specialized gold coating. The ASUS integrated the following features into the Z97-WS' design: four SATA 3 ports; an M.2 (NGFF) 10 Gb/s port; two SATA Express 10 Gb/s ports; an eSATA port; dual Intel Gigabit Ethernet NICs - an Intel I218-LV and an Intel I210-AT; four PCI-Express Gen3 x16 slots; one PCI-Express Gen2 x4 slot; two PCI-Express Gen2 x1 slots; dual 2-digit diagnostic LED displays; on-board power, reset, CMOS clear, MemOK!, Q-Code Logger, and BIOS Flashback buttons; TPU, EPU, Dr. Power, and EZ_XMP switches; Realtek 8-channel audio solution; and USB 2.0 and 3.0 port support. Courtesy of ASUS Continue reading our review of the ASUS Z97-WS motherboard! read more
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