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Intel 520 Series 240GB Solid State Drive Review

Today we are looking at the latest Solid State Drive from Intel – the 520 series, codenamed ‘Cherryville’. The drive is built around ‘compute quality’ 25 nanometer NAND flash memory and offers a claimed maximum sequential read speed of 550 MB/s. The Solid State Drive market has been extremely competitive …

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XFX HD7950 Black Edition Overlocked Review

Today AMD release their new HD7950 graphics card, tackling the GTX580 ‘head on’ at the same price point. When we were finally in a position to review HD7970 partner hardware, XFX stole the show thanks to a dramatically effective, highly modified ‘Double Dissipation’ version of the card with dual fan …

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HIS HD7950 Review

While Nvidia regroup to launch their next round of discrete graphics cards, AMD have been running amok in the high end. Their HD7970 has reclaimed the single GPU throne from the GTX580. Today AMD release the HD7950, which should be available in the UK at a slightly more palatable price …

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Bitfenix Raider Mid Tower Review

Today we have the Bitfenix Raider Mid Tower chassis in our test lab.  The Raider is the latest offering from Bitfenix and going on past experiences, we hope this is a quality case at a competitive price point.  Bitfenix have become well known for the special surface treatment they use …

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Arctic Freezer i30 Review

Today we are looking at the latest cooler from Arctic – the Freezer i30, which features an interchangeable 120mm PWM fan, 4 double sided direct touch heatpipes with cooling support up to 320 Watts. The i30 is released to exclusively support Intel motherboards. The i30 will be priced around $50 …

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Antec P280 Case Review

Today we are looking at the latest offering in the Antec Performance One lineup … the P280 chassis. We have reviewed many Antec cases in the past and have generally been impressed with their combination of cooling efficiency, build quality and wide ranging component support. Antec are marketing the sleek …

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Synology RackStation RS212 Review

It has been a while since we have looked at a Synology product, and today we are reviewing their new RS212 NAS server designed for an office environment. The RS212 is a rack mount NAS server supplied with a replaceable motherboard and support for hot swappable drives. All the I/O …

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Asus HD7970 Tri Crossfire Review

AMD released their HD7970 on December 22nd last year and we followed up with four separate reviews focusing on single card, dual card configurations and modified cards from XFX. Today we are looking at several ASUS cards, and to make it more interesting, we have opted to build a three …

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Fractal Design Arc Midi Case Review

Today we are looking at the Arc MIDI chassis, which is one of newer offerings from Fractal Design. We have looked at other cases from Fractal Design in the past and they have proven to provide high build quality at an affordable price. The new Fractal Design Arc Series of …

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KFA2 MDT X4 – GTX580 1538MB GDDR5 Review

While Nvidia prepare to release their next series of cards we are looking at a custom GTX 580 board from KFA2 which can support up to four screens via a single card, with the promise of excellent gaming performance across three screens. It ships in an overclocked state and incorporates …

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Asus VE278Q 27 Inch Monitor Review

A growing number of people are gradually learning about the benefits of using a higher resolution screen. Long gone are the days of 1024×768 resolution as the latest Steam survey in December 2011 has highlighted. 17.59% of gamers are using a 1680×1050 panel now, with 7.77% using 1920×1080. Only 4 …

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HIS HD7970 Crossfire Review

AMD have lifted their partner NDA today, and in this review we will be looking at the performance of two HIS HD7970’s in a Crossfire configuration. We already know that one of these cards has claimed the top ‘single GPU’ performance spot from Nvidia’s GTX580, so how will two of …

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