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Nvidia Geforce GTX 980 Review

The Maxwell architecture has been a remarkable advancement for Nvidia. Partner GTX750Ti solutions have earned many awards at KitGuru due to a combination of minimal power drain, modest heat output and excellent frame rate performance at 1080p resolutions. Today is an important one for the company as they expand their …

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Asus GTX970 STRIX OC Review

In the second of our GTX970 launch articles today, we look at the new ASUS version of the card – the GTX970 STRIX OC. As the name would suggest it ships in an overclocked state with a proprietary cooling system and a hybrid fan system to drop noise levels to …

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MSI GTX 970 Gaming 4G Review

This week Nvidia launch their new GTX970 and GTX980 GPU’s – based on the exceptionally efficient Maxwell architecture. In this review we look at a modified, overclocked solution from partner MSI – the GTX970 Gaming 4G. Not only does this card ship with a tasty overclock, but it is one …

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ASUS GTX750 Ti STRIX OC Edition review

Kitguru rates the GTX750ti very highly – we have reviewed a handful of partner cards since Nvidia launched the model earlier this year. For the modest asking price it delivers solid frame rates at 1080p – but it is the Maxwell architecture that deserves special praise. These cards run exceptionally …

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Plextor M6 Pro 256GB SSD Review

Today we look at the new Plextor M6 Pro 256GB Solid State Drive. This drive is their new flagship product shipping in a stunning looking rose gold aluminum chassis. Inside Plextor are using Toshiba A19nm MLC flash NAND and the excellent Marvell 88SS9187 controller. The M6 Pro is the successor …

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Apotop S3C 256GB SSD Review

APOTOP may not be the first company many would consider when in the market for a new Solid State Drive – however in the Far East they are a fairly well known maker of peripherals and electronic devices. Their new S3C SATA III SSD is available in 64GB, 128GB, 256GB …

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Asus R9 285 STRIX Review

If you are in the market for a new graphics card – statistically you will be shopping in the sub £200 sector. While the R9 295X2 may grab all the headlines it is priced out of reach for all but the wealthiest of enthusiast gamer. This week AMD release their …

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Angelbird 512GB wrk SSD Review

Angelbird. Not the first name many would associate with SSD technology – however this Austrian company have earned a reputation in the high end sector dealing with design professionals, music producers and film makers. One of the interesting aspects with Angelbird is that their drives are designed and manufactured in …

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OCZ ARC 100 240GB SSD Review

There is no doubt that the Solid State sector is booming this year, especially in the budget arena. Today we look at the latest budget oriented drive from OCZ – named the ‘ARC 100’. This drive is focused on delivering a high ‘bang for the buck’, priced at $0.50 per …

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Palit GTX750 Ti KalmX Review

Nvidia’s GTX750ti Maxwell card has impressed us. We reviewed several partner solutions back in February and March this year and for the modest asking price it delivered some great frame rates, especially when factoring in the incredibly modest power demand. Today we look at a new GTX750 Ti Maxwell card …

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Asus PQ321Q 4K Monitor Firmware update

Regular readers will know that KitGuru has been using the Asus PQ321Q 4K monitor for a long time now in many of our reviews. The image quality is truly excellent and it is one of the only 4K monitors (along with the Sharp PN-K321) that Apple have certified to work …

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PCSpecialist Optimus V X13 Review

UK system builder PCSpecialist have earned an excellent reputation in recent years by delivering cost effective rigs, using high grade components. Today we look at one of their new mobile systems, the Optimus V X13. This diminutive 13.3 inch laptop is loaded to the gills with high end hardware, including …

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Corsair Flash Voyager GTX 128GB Review

Chances are you already have several flash pen drives at home, either lying around on a desk or in a drawer. Smaller drives are ideal for flashing a motherboard BIOS and updating firmware, but the larger drives are more serious – used for backing up and moving large amounts of …

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Asus GTX780 Ti ROG Matrix Review

Today we follow on from our recent analysis of the remarkable ASUS ROG Swift PG278Q 144hz G-Sync monitor and focus on the partner card for that review – the Asus GTX780 Ti ROG Matrix. ASUS claim this card is created around ‘hand chosen cores’ to ensure the highest levels of …

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