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OCZ RevoDrive 350 480GB Review reported at 05:23 PM
category: PC Card Hard Drives     website: Neoseeker
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The new OCZ RevoDrive 350 is a PCIe SSD set to break the SATA bottleneck.
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MSI Z97 XPOWER AC Review reported at 01:09 PM
category: Socket 1150 Motherboards     website: Bjorn3D
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The MSI Z97 Xpower AC has some upgrades from the Z87 model including better form factor, now its a question of does it fit your needs.
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OCZ ARC 100 240GB Review (French) reported at 01:08 PM
category: SATA Hard Drives     website: Cowcotland
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OCZ ARC 100 240GB Review reported at 01:08 PM
category: SATA Hard Drives     website: KitGuru
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A versatile, well balanced drive that is definitely worth buying.
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DeepCool Steam Castle Review reported at 01:07 PM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: eTeknix.com
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DeepCool may be new to the chassis market, but their SteamCastle is certainly gaining them a solid reputation. it’s unique, very well made and personally I can’t wait to see what they come up with next.
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OCZ ARC 100 240GB Review reported at 01:06 PM
category: SATA Hard Drives     website: PC Perspective
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The OCZ ARC 100 is the most cost effective packaging of the Indilinx M10 controller to date. While meant to be a low cost value solution, users would be unlikely to tell the difference in speed when compared to the more expensive Vertex 460. Recent competitive solutions have been pushing below $0.50/GB, and OCZ has launched the ARC 100 right on that very line, making it their lowest cost/GB launch ever. Finally, OCZ's new ShieldPlus Warranty program is a refreshing and welcome addition, and might very well be the thing that sways customers towards the ARC. If the reliability proves true and the prices stay low, the ARC is likely to become a drive I recommend to value conscious upgraders and budget system builders alike.
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OCZ ARC 100 240GB Review reported at 01:04 PM
category: SATA Hard Drives     website: ocaholic
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Once that happened OCZ definitely has a SSD in its portfolio that sells at a very reasonable price point and offers solid performance. The Arc 100 is not yet the cheapest drive but as we mentioned it's a perfectly reasonable product.
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Noctua NH-D15 Review reported at 01:04 PM
category: CPU Coolers     website: ThinkComputers
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At the end of the day the NH-D15 sets the bar for air coolers in terms of performance and ease of use.
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OCZ ARC 100 240GB Review reported at 12:59 PM
category: SATA Hard Drives     website: HardwareCanucks
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With everything taken into account, the ARC 100 may not absolutely dominate all budget drives in all scenarios, but it certainly has changed the equation back to one that favors the consumers instead of the manufactures. Instead of only two choices in the value segment, there is now once again true competition. However, the OCZ’s unique blend of performance and value do make their ARC series a safe choice and perfect for a wide range of builds and that new warranty we mentioned in the introduction should help things along as well.
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Netis Beacon N300 Review reported at 12:57 PM
category: Internet Routers     website: Techware Labs
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"The Beacon N300 is very reliable, well designed, and you can’t beat the price."
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BitFenix Neos Review reported at 12:52 PM
category: Computer Cases/Enclosures     website: Benchmark Reviews
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The BitFenix Neos is probably not the case to mount an extreme hardware configuration as it lacks airflow, cable management features, CPU cooler clearance, and water cooling compatibility. However if you are on the look for your first case, the BitFenix Neos will still hold graphics cards up to 300 mm in length, CPU coolers with up to 158 mm in height, and probably all the storage you need for an appropriate gaming rig. I do recommend you buy some fans as the BitFenix Neos only comes with one.
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Corsair Vengeance 1500 Review reported at 12:49 PM
category: headsets     website: pcGameware.co.uk
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For a USB headset, the Corsair Vengeance 1500 has really surprised me. I was expecting a dud if I’m honest, but instead Corsair have produced something big physically, with big sound and what could be a near perfect Gaming headset. It really is a shame that the ear cup cushions aren’t heavier and a little thicker or Corsair don’t ship the fake leather cushion covers with it as standard and I feel the headset itself is probably just a shade too big. At £74.99 it’s a good price, but also in a very heavily competitive segment of the PC headset market. If Corsair can shrink the next model, work on the comfort level and keep the sound there’s a very good chance they’ll blow that competition away. I for one look forward to it.
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Toshiba HG6 Review reported at 12:44 PM
category: SATA Hard Drives     website: NikKTech
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In the end however it really doesn't really matter to us whether or not Toshiba has released 2 or 10 models with identical performance. What does matter is the performance, quality and price of the particular device at hand and the HG6 256GB (THNSNJ256GCSU) SSD model is very fast, comes with a level of quality only manufacturers like Toshiba can offer and it's priced ok which means that it covers all bases for us to give it our Golden Award.
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OCZ ARC 100 240GB Review reported at 10:23 AM
category: SATA Hard Drives     website: TechSpot
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"As it stands, the only real competition the Arc 100 faces is from the MX100 and as far as we can tell, OCZ has lost the performance battle and is likely going to lose out when it comes to pricing as well. The MX100 256GB can already be had for $0.45 per gigabyte while the 512GB model for just $0.41 a gig -- almost 20% cheaper than the Arc 100 480GB's MSRP. Hopefully OCZ can afford to be more aggressive with pricing."
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