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Asus Z87-Deluxe/Quad Motherboard Review

Thunderbolt continues to gain pace in the marketplace, especially amongst professional users to whom time is money. Today we take a look at Asus’s Thunderbolt 2-equipped Z87-Deluxe/Quad, aimed at small-scale professional users who regularly transfer large amounts of data. Asus has taken its standard Z87-Deluxe motherboard and added an Intel …

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YOYOTech M-Cube WS2 Review

Building on what was good about the M-Cube WS we reviewed recently, YOYOTech has tried to fit even more processing power into an unfeasibly small package with the M-Cube WS2. Where the M-Cube WS opted for a frequency-enhanced Core i5, the M-Cube WS2 takes a more traditional workstation approach, using …

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Sapphire R7 250 Ultimate Review

Many of the leading graphics manufacturers have been working hard on developing new coolers and fan technology to reduce noise emissions as much as possible. This is never more important than when building a media center for a living room or bedroom. If you are unwilling to accept any noise …

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AMD FirePro Graphics Group Test

AMD’s FirePro W-series arrived towards the end of 2012, but they still pack a punch. The fact that these cards remain competitive over a year after release is testament to the strength of the architecture. We had the opportunity to pit three of the top models against each other – …

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Synology DS214SE Review

Synology offers a massive array of NAS (Network Attached Storage) devices in pretty much any permutation that you might imagine. There are DiskStations for the home and office and RackStations for the server environment. You can have between one and 106 drive bays (with expansion units), a choice of Gigabit …

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Asus SATA Express Hands-on Preview

Almost three years has passed since SandForce introduced its SF2200 series of controllers. Despite well-publicised problems SandForce’s SF2281, in particular, was a radical product; it was one of the first controllers employed by SSD manufacturers to push the SATA 6Gbps connection to its realistic limits. Wind the clock forward to …

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Aerocool GT Advance Case Review

Today we are going to take a look at another case from Aerocool, the GT Advance, which is designed for those users who are on the tightest of budgets.  At a price of only £25, this is one of the cheapest branded models you will find, making it ideal for …

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Aerocool Vs-92 Case Review

Today we are going to look at one of the latest cases from Aerocool – the Vs-92.  This particular model features in Aerocool’s PGS (Performance Gaming System) range, and has been designed for those gamers who are looking to build a well-featured system, on a budget. We look forward to …

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A look at the Raspberry Pi

The buzz around Raspberry Pi started two years ago when we were offered the prospect of a tiny Linux computer that would cost around £30. That’s a trivial amount of money for an interesting new gadget so I slapped in my order with RS Components, and sat back to wait. …

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Tt eSPORTS ConsoleOne Gaming Headset

Today we are going to look at Tt eSPORTS first attempt at a console gaming headset, the ConsoleOne.  It appears to be based heavily on the Shock gaming headset that we reviewed recently and commended for delivering excellent value for money.  In addition to being a console gaming headset, the …

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ASUS Xonar U7 Echelon Edition Review

Last year ASUS enjoyed both public and critical success with their Xonar U7 USB sound card. For the enthusiast user demanding higher grade sound quality, adding an external DAC can be a good investment. Driving an expensive audiophile grade pair of headphones from the basic sound chip on a motherboard …

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Kingston HyperX Predator 2800MHz 8GB Memory Kit Review

It’s Kingston’s turn to take shot at the ultra-high frequency memory market. Can the 2800MHz HyperX Predator kit grab the attention of enthusiast benchmarkers and extreme overclockers? With the vast improvements in memory frequency support brought about by Haswell’s powerful IMC, manufacturers took the opportunity to release ultra-high frequency memory …

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ASUS ProArt PA279Q Monitor Review

KitGuru has reviewed many members of the ProArt family over the last 24 months and today we are analysing the 27 inch flagship, the PA279Q. This screen is part of the Professional range featuring 2560 x 1440 WQHD resolution and 109 pixels per inch, for high image detail. Asus claim …

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