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WORLD’S FIRST REVIEW: In Win Dragon Rider Computer Case Review

While the mid-tower dominates the PC computer case aftermarket, there are some enthusiasts that demand the larger full-tower form factor. Whether it's the extra room for storage devices, fans or watercooling equipment, these folks will ...

9 years ago

MSI R6850-PM2D1GD5 (AMD Radeon HD 6850) Review

In early November we had two graphics cards based on AMD's Radeon HD 6850 and presented today follows now a third. This is the model of the manufacturer MSI R6850-PM2D1GD5, which differs in terms of board layout and design of AMD's ...

9 years ago

Kingston SSDNow V+100 128GB SSD Review

As far as performance goes, the V+100 performance exceeded my expectations that were based on experience with the earlier drives with the same controller. Kingston and Toshiba have done a really nice job on reworking the firmware to ...

9 years ago

OCZ Vertex 2 60GB Solid State Drive review

I still distinctively recall myself saying this out loud back in the early 2000s. "60GB? What can I do with that!?" As we approach the end of 2010, I caught myself saying the same thing -- albeit in an entirely different context. ...

9 years ago

FSP NB L90 Notebook Power Adapter

If you travel a lot having one always in your notebook travel bag can be of great benefit as doing this will eliminate you forgetting to take your original one along. I remember this happening to me last year when traveling to Las ...

9 years ago

Mad Catz Cyborg RAT 9 Wireless Gaming Mouse

New ArticleSince the consumer computer mouse was introduced in the early 1980s, we've seen design innovations like the scroll wheel (1995), the wireless mouse and optical mouse sensor (2001), and the laser-based mouse sensor (2005). ...

9 years ago

Buffalo ships Bluetooth 3.0 mouse and reciever

Remember when Bluetooth 2.0 came out, and everyone bought stereo headsets to take advantage of the new capabilities? Nope, me neither. However, the boffins at Buffalo have implemented the new(-ish) Bluetooth 3.0 technology into one ...

9 years ago

Thermolab Baram 2010

Thermolab is a Korean thermal solution vendor and unlike other vendors they do not design and execute mass production but just fulfilling the market with adequate supply. Baram and Bada are two of their major products and have gained ...

9 years ago

Arctic Sound P531 Headset Review

Love them or hate them, headphones / earphones are generally needed at some point. Depending on your living arrangements, it is quite possible you wear them a lot. If I am not gaming, I let the sound pass through my normal system. ...

9 years ago

Asus’ Xonar DG and Xense sound cards

When building a new PC, today's enthusiast faces numerous important questions. How many CPU cores do I need? Will a GeForce or a Radeon deliver the smoothest frame rates in the games I play the most? Can I afford a solid-state disk ...

9 years ago

Smooth Creations “Goliath” Core i7-980X Custom Gaming PC

Based in White City, Oregon, Smooth Creations sells built-to-order gaming PCs and is known for its high-quality custom paint jobs. Last month we reviewed the HD 5970-equipped, Phenom X6-based, “Battlefield: Bad Company 2” custom ...

9 years ago

Logitech Quickcam Pro for Notebooks Unboxing Video

The front of the box sticks with Logitech's colours and shows the main features and a clear view of the product itself.The side of the box tells us exactly what comes included and some of the main features, including a bit of ...

9 years ago

Dell Inspiron Duo arrives

With 2011 fast lining up to be the year of the tablet, you start to wonder what will become of standard laptops. Well, it appears Dell are preparing a best-of-both-worlds, the Inspirion Duo, PcAdvsor reports.The old problem with ...

9 years ago

Earjax Bump Earphones

Today for review I've got a nice set of earbuds from a company called Earjax. The earbuds are called the Bump, and with a name like that you'd expect good bass and that's what you'll get. The Bump are nicely made and are very ...

9 years ago

OCZ Agility 2 60GB SandForce SF-1200 Solid State Drive (SSD) Review

When just about any product comes out for the first time, there is bound to be some problems in terms how the product will respond to extended usage. This is especially true when the technology being brought out to the market is so new ...

9 years ago

Crucial 4GB (2GBx2) DDR3 PC3-10600 Memory (CT2KIT25664BA1339) Review

The Crucial CT2KIT25664BA1339 gives users 4GB of memory at DDR3-1333 CAS 9 speeds. You would think there's no room for improvement but Crucial still puts quality first. This kit easily overclocks to DDR3 1496 speeds without any voltage ...

9 years ago

In-Win IronClad

Themed cases are becoming more and more popular, helping to bring that aspect of art and individuality to users who may not have the time or the gift for case modding. In-Win has been creating these sort of unique chassi long before it ...

9 years ago

First look at the Thermaltake Jing CPU Cooler

Can you remember the legendary coolers like the Sonic Tower or Big Typhoon, for example? I'm sure your answer is yes because these products were truly ruling the world of cooling at the time. Now it's time for another revolution! ...

9 years ago

Nexus 1.1K Gold PSU

As computers continue to become more powerful, they are constantly requiring more and more power. High end processors and video cards use quite a large amount of power while under load and if you don't have a good quality power supply ...

9 years ago

Kingston SSDNow V+ Series 64GB SSD Unboxing Video

[video][/video]The front of the packaging gives clear information on exactly what this product is including size of the drive.The back of the box clearly lists the size again and in many ...

9 years ago

Corsair Hydro Series H70 und H50

The cooler market appears saturated for years. up to dry ice or even LN2 cooling for extreme overclocking, with temperatures well below 0 degrees can be obtained from the boxed cooler, everything is getting. In practice, at present ...

9 years ago

AMD Radeon HD 6850 CrossFire Video Review

[video][/video]At some point you may want to give more out of your system when it comes to gaming, the easiest way is to upgrade your graphics card, but when you're on a budget, that's not the ...

9 years ago

Dell Inspiron One 2310 Desktop (All-In-One 23in) Review

On our test bench today is one of the first samples of Dell's Inspiron One range. With a 23" multi-touch screen, Core i5 CPU, Radeon graphics and Blu-Ray we have an impressive system on paper. We will be putting the Inspiron One ...

9 years ago

Lacie preps 260MB/s USB flash drive

With 2011 lining itself up to be the year of the tablet, new innovations in SSD technology are especially welcome. This USB key from Lacie is no exception; delivering blistering 260MB/s performance, this drive easily leaves a lot of ...

9 years ago

Gigabyte Sandy Bridge Motherboards Preview

With the new LGA1155 platform from Intel soon on its way for the early stages of next year, Gigabyte has been busy creating a new range of boards for this new platform based on the P67 and H67 chipsets. All of these boards will have ...

9 years ago

3DMark11 Pre-Order Preview Trailer With Minimum System Requirements

Futuremark's latest awaited benchmarking software has finally been given a release date of 30th November 2010 and with the build up to the launch, the media and computer enthusiasts are at a frenzy with excitement.Benchmarking ...

9 years ago

Point Of View GeForce GTX 460 Beast 1GB Graphics Card Video Review

[video][/video]This card is one of the best selling cards from Nvidia, with all of the latest features that we know and love from Nvidia and the most recent graphics technology on the market. ...

9 years ago

Kinect Potential

3 days and $3000. That's all it took to crack the Kinect.Adafruit originally announced a $1000 reward for the first user to produce working drivers, though this prize was subsequently raised to $2000, then $3000.The first few ...

9 years ago

Aerocool Bx-500 Case Review

The first thing you will note on the Bx-500 are the four 140 mm fans available on its left panel, glowing orange when turned on (Aerocool A1425M12, 1,500 rpm, 86 CFM, 23.13 dBA). They all come with three-pin power connectors, meaning ...

9 years ago

BitFenix’s Survivor enclosure

Chances are you haven't heard the name BitFenix before. That's actually quite likely, since the Taiwanese start-up came into existence in April and only announced its first enclosure, the Colossus, in August. The company's second ...

9 years ago

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