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Synology Diskstation DS3611xs Review

Kitguru has reviewed many of the Synology range over the last year and today we are looking at something very special indeed. The new Diskstation DS3611xs, which is an ‘ultra high’ performance NAS server which can scale up to 100TB, for larger businesses. Synology claim that the Diskstation DS3611xs can …

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Silverstone TJ12 spotted @ Computex

Kitguru are over at humid Computex and there are plenty of very attractive products on display. Hand assembled only days before Computex 2011, the TJ12 is at least 12 months away from production – but is already attracting serious attention The case itself is a whopping 78cm deep…  And YES, …

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MSI N580GTX Lightning Review

The GTX580 has been Nvidia’s finest moment. The card has been a big seller since it was released and it leads many of the performance charts when we factor out the dual GPU solutions. Today we are looking at the MSI N580GTX Lightning, a heavily modified card designed to target …

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Powercolor HD6870 PCS++ Review

Powercolor have been one of the more active AMD partners in recent months, releasing many modified cards with custom cooling solutions for all sectors of the market. Today we are looking at their latest HD6870 PCS++ which is supplied with a proprietary cooler and substantial ‘out of the box’ overclocks. …

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Lenovo to buy Acer?

Several times in the past, Acer has made moves that directly affected Lenovo’s business. Could it be that, with all of the senior-level shake-ups at Acer, that Lenovo is ready to make its master-move?  KitGuru hears the rumours, does some digging and looks at the possibility that we’re about to …

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OCZ Vertex 3 240GB Review

OCZ have been at the forefront of Solid State drive development for a very long time now, the original Vertex and the Vertex 2 were both class leading SATA 3Gbps drives. We will be honest when we say that we have high hopes for the 6Gbps successor, today’s review product, …

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