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Galaxy GTX 460 GC 768MB Review

Over the past few months KitGuru has looked at several different GTX 460 models leaving very little room for surprises; but today thanks to NewEgg.ca we have the Galaxy GTX 460 768MB  card on our bench and ready to rock. This card has at least one unique feature, a removable …

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Sapphire HD6850 Toxic Edition Review

AMD’s HD6850 series was released to a warm public reception, combining great performance, low power drain and very competitive pricing. KitGuru recently reviewed the XFX HD6850 Black Edition and today we are looking at Sapphire’s overclocked competitor- the HD6850 Toxic Edition. Core clock : 820MHz Memory clock : 4.4GHz Stream …

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Sentey Arvina GS-6400 Case Review

Recently a new player in the Computer enthusiast sector contacted us and asked us if we would like to review their latest chassis design. Sentey (as they are known) sent over their Arvina GS-6400 chassis, with the intention to impress our readers. Considering big guns like Corsair, CoolerMaster, Silverstone and …

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YOYOTech XDNA 760 System Review

KitGuru’s often spend their time salivating over some of the finest prebuilt systems on the market from the likes of Cryo.  They usually feature all the latest, greatest and most expensive tech and are finished off with a full water cooling system. Such systems usually demand a price of £3000+ …

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Dell Inspiron Zino HD 410 Review

Last week we reviewed the Atom powered ASRock ION3D which we felt offered a cost effective solution for media computing demands. Today we are looking at a similarly compact, higher specification system from Dell, featuring an AMD Phenom processor with HD5450 mobility graphics. Although Dell sometimes get a bad name …

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Synology Diskstation DS411j Review

Over the last month we have looked at the full range of Synology products from the entry level USB Station 2, to the range topping DS 1010+ with partnering DX510 expansion bay. No matter your demands Synology say they have a solution for you … without breaking the bank. Today …

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Arctic Cooling Freezer 11 LP Review

Arctic Cooling have been releasing some great products this year and we have reviewed many of them on KitGuru, such as the incredible Arctic Cooling Accelero XTREME Plus cooler, which we really liked. Today we are looking at the baby brother of the Freezer 13, the new Freezer 11 LP …

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Qnap TS-259 Pro+ Review

QNAP are well respected for their high end business solutions and today we look at one of their newest products aimed at the mid market audience – the Qnap 259 Pro+, based around a 1.8ghz dual core Atom processor with 1GB of DDR2 memory onboard. With a retail price around …

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NZXT LED Kit Review

Today we have a new product from the NZXT line of accessories in our test lab.  The product we are going to look at is a set of LED’s with a black mesh sleeve that runs the entire length of the cable. These LED’s come in a wide range of …

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XFX HD6850 CrossFireX review

When nVidia released the GTX460, everyone was literally blown away – this was a mid range card that utterly dominated the market and delivered staggering levels of performance, particularly when overclocked. AMD had left a big hole in its range, from the 5770 to the 5850 – with only the …

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Sapphire Radeon HD6850 and HD6870 Review

KitGuru is old in the tooth and likes naming conventions which don’t change. With the launch of the Radeon HD 6000 series, AMD has altered its naming strategy. The high end cards will now be the 6900 series (due November) and the 6800 cards that we’re looking at today, will …

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HIS HD6870 CrossFireX Review

AMD have been in charge of the DX11 battlefield since their HD5000 series cards were released last year. It took nVidia many more months to come to market with competitive solutions and while their GTX480 and GTX470 received a half hearted welcome, the GTX460 has literally taken the mid market …

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Akasa Venom Cooler Review

Enthusiast PC users are rarely satisfied with the performance or appearance of reference bundled CPU coolers. These coolers are either not good enough, too loud or lack aesthetic appeal to be installed inside a very carefully designed system. This alone explains the huge demand for aftermarket cooling solutions and the …

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Brenthaven 5 in 1 iPad Case Review

The iPad has been a resounding success this year for Apple, and justifiably so – it is a fantastic product with a huge diversity of application support. One of the big problems however is that in its ‘naked’ form it is very vulnerable and somewhat easily dropped. This weekend, as …

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Synology USB Station 2 Review

KitGuru has reviewed many Synology products recently and our findings have shown that they have been incredibly successful targeting both the business and home enthusiast markets with high performance solutions. As many people are immediately discouraged by typical NAS pricing however today we are going to look at one of …

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Roccat Kone[+] Laser Gaming Mouse Review

We were recently impressed by the Roccat Pyra gaming mouse which was designed specifically for gamers on the move.  This only appeals to a small section of the market however as most gamers will prefer a full-size mouse with a better specification. Today we are going to look at Roccat’s …

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