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Synology DiskStation DS715 Review

Synology’s DiskStation DS715 borrows an interesting feature from the DS1515 that we recently reviewed. Look on the rear panel of this dual bay NAS and you will see that in addition to the dual Gigabit Ethernet and two USB 3.0 ports you also get an eSATA connector. This port can …

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Asus R9 390X STRIX DC3 OC 8GB Review

AMD released the R9 390X GPU three months ago and the custom-cooled board partner offerings are available in strength. Today we are taking a look at Asus’ STRIX DC3 OC version of the R9 390X which utilises the company’s triple-fan DirectCU III cooler and an automated production process. Asus’ approach …

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ASRock N3000 BeeBox Review

ASRock Beebox is a small form factor PC with a volume of a mere 0.6 litres that is powered by an Intel Braswell processor. We’re looking at an N3000 which runs on a dual core CPU with passive cooling and this makes the Beebox name seem a bit silly as …

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SilverStone FTZ01B Review

You can think of the SilverStone FTZ01 as a member of the Fortress Series Z with a B suffix for Black or S for Silver. FTZ01 is described as a ‘premium slim form factor case with superior thermodynamics and construction’ and while these claims are correct they tell only part …

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Cyonic AU-650x Full Modular PSU Review

‘Cyonic’ is a company name not many of our readers will recognise. They are a new brand who claim to target the enthusiast audience with competitively priced, high quality power supplies. Today we look at their AU-650x – a fully modular DC to DC converter design featuring premium quality Japanese …

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AMD Radeon R9 Nano 4GB Review

2015 has been a good year for those interested in high-performance small form factor (SFF) computing. Some of the most noteworthy releases have been ASRock’s X99E-ITX/ac motherboard which brought an entirely new level of performance to consumer mini-ITX systems. And let’s not forget about the array of mITX cases that …

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PowerNAS Business Mini Review

If you are a fan of model names that describe a product in a fair amount of detail then the PowerNAS Business Mini will be right up your street. PowerNAS offers three families of NAS and this model is loaded with Windows Server 2012 R2 for the business market. It …

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Gigabyte Z170XP-SLI Motherboard Review

Gigabyte’s Z170XP-SLI is aiming to tempt users looking for a motherboard that offers the Z170 platform’s core features, but without requiring a significant cash outlay. In the Z170XP-SLI, Gigabyte offers one of the lowest cost boards to support SLI, while also retaining features such as USB 3.1, USB Type-C, and …

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Seagate Personal Cloud 2 Bay Review

The Personal Cloud from Seagate is essentially a NAS system, but it is not marketed as such. Aimed at families, it allows users to store all their files in a central location and access them anywhere. With plug-and-play functionality, you simply attach the Personal Cloud to your router via an …

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Palit GTX 950 2GB StormX Dual Review

Nvidia has launched the GTX 950 to combat AMD’s R7 370 at the £129 price point. We take a look at Palit’s factory-overclocked, dual-fan GTX 950 2GB StormX Dual graphics card to see what sort of performance the solution can offer. We have taken a more in-depth look at the …

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Asus STRIX Gaming GTX 950 2GB DC2 OC Review

Nvidia’s Maxwell GPU architecture has been well-received by enthusiasts and gamers. One of the most promising features for Nvidia has been the architecture’s ability to scale positively from low-end to high-end hardware, showing competitive performance and positive power consumption numbers along the way. But the gap between a £100 GTX …

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DinoPC Raptor Watercooled System Review

The Raptor is a watercooled gaming system from DinoPC that combines an unlocked Haswell-E Core i7 with dual GTX 980Ti graphics cards. That’s an overclocked CPU with an extra Gigahertz of grunt and two overclocked graphics cards, each running at 1220MHz instead of the usual 1000MHz. Speed is very much …

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Ozone Argon Gaming Mouse Review

eSports is becoming more and more popular by the day and in turn, so are team-based competitive games. This is something that gaming peripheral companies have definitely noticed. Today, we are taking a look at the Ozone Argon, an ambidextrous mouse aimed at competitive gamers. There are two variants of this …

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Cherry MX 6.0 Keyboard Review

Cherry is a name that should be familiar to any PC user. It makes the MX switches which have shown up in just about every gamer and typist’s high-end keyboard over the past decade. Today we look at a board of its own design, featuring the same switches with a brand new …

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