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Patriot Wildfire 120GB SSD Review

In recent months we have seen a flood of Solid State Drives released, powered by the new class leading 2281 Sandforce controller. Today we are analysing the latest drive from Patriot – the Wildfire 120GB. This specific drive is using 32nm Toshiba MLC NAND, the same memory used in the …

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Asus ROG MARS II Graphics Card Review

When it comes to creating custom, eye poppingly powerful graphics cards not many companies can compete with ASUS. They will be remembered for the ARES and MARS video cards, as they outperformed anything on the market at the time while costing as much as an inexpensive car. They also granted …

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Dell Inspiron 620 MT Review

Many of us build our own computers, but for those without the necessary skills, time, or interest there are a plethora of pre-built systems on the market to suit all demands. Today we are looking at the Dell Inspiron 620 MT desktop system which, on paper seems ideal for a …

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LEPA B850W Power Supply Review

Enermax have earned a solid reputation in the power supply sector over the years. They have been in operation now for over 20 years and have expanded their portfolio in recent years to accommodate enthusiast grade accessories. Their current power supply range is extensive and includes the excellent MODU82+ and …

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Smartfish Whirl Mini Laser Notebook Mouse Review

Today we are going to look at another mouse designed by Smartfish Technologies – The Whirl Mini. which just like the Whirl is designed with ergonomics in mind. Smartfish Technologies say that their new portable mouse will have a major impact on conventional notebook mouse designs. The Whirl Mini also …

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Be Quiet! Dark Rock Advanced CPU Cooler Review

We recently looked at Be Quiet!’s flagship cooler, the Dark Rock Pro, and were impressed by the strong cooling performance and attractive appearance.  Today, we are looking at one of their less expensive coolers in the Dark Rock range. The Be Quiet! Dark Rock Advanced CPU Cooler costs around £15 …

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Wacom Bamboo Stylus for iPad Review

Many touchscreen devices these days are designed to be used with your fingers, therefore negating the need for a stylus.  But, in some circumstances, having a stylus to accompany your device is preferable.  For example, taking notes and sketching can be difficult with a finger but is much easier when …

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NZXT Avatar S Gaming Mouse Review

Back in 2008, NZXT released the Avatar gaming mouse featuring an ambidextrous design. As with all of NZXT’s PC accessories, ‘Avatar’ was designed to provide gamers with an advantage over their competitors. Move forward to summer of 2011 and NZXT has released the Avatar S, the successor to the original …

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Gigabyte 990FXA-UD7 (AMD 990FX) Review

We have already reviewed several 990FX motherboards, but today we are looking at one of the latest boards from Gigabyte, the Bulldozer supporting 990 FXA-UD7. The UD7 series has a great reputation among enthusiast users, so we have high expectations today that this will continue the success story for Gigabyte. …

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Xigmatek Elysium Review

Xigmatek have been earning a solid reputation among the enthusiast community for their high quality range of products. Today we are looking at the gargantuan Elysium case, which on paper looks to be possibly one of the best value and most capable cases on the market. The Xigmatek Elysium is …

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XFX EyeFinity Stand Review

The winds of change have been blowing hard for XFX in the last year. As one of the most respected Nvidia graphics card manufacturers, it was a shock when they started making AMD solutions in 2009. With a hiatus in new graphics card releases, they have been diverting some of …

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XFX WarPad Review

An XFX Mousemat? eh? say what? Normally, when someone offers me a mousepad for review, I immediately feign interest and try to end the phone call as quickly as possible. Reviewing a mouse mat is generally as exciting as watching the coffee pot boil. Today however we are looking at …

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