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Powercolor HD6970 Graphics Card Review

Long known for its value products, Powercolor has been one of AMD’s longest serving and most loyal partners. Over the past 12 months, they have also invested heavily in product design – especially coolers. Today we continue our coverage of AMD’s Radeon HD 6900 series launch,  looking next at the …

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XFX HD6970 3-way CFx & HD6950 CFx review

Ready for eye popping frame rates? This review today might just be the answer to your pre-Christmas hangover. We put AMD’s latest and greatest through their paces in a variety of multiple card configurations. While AMD’s 6800 series included solid products, the re-naming strategy confused many enthusiast users. AMD effectively …

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Synology DiskStation DS211+ Review

Synology have been riding high in 2010, releasing some of the finest NAS systems ever to hit the consumer market. We use several of these devices in the KitGuru offices for our network file sharing and have found them to be both extremely reliable and fast. Last month we looked …

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OCZ RevoDrive X2 240GB Review

Kitguru has reviewed a wide cross section of SSD’s since we opened earlier this year, but today we are looking at something a little different. OCZ have been at the forefront of SSD development, continually pushing the technology into new and exciting performance sectors. Their latest ‘X2’ is the second …

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Inno3D Geforce GTX580 Review

While sales in the high end market are only a small portion of revenue streams, both nVidia and AMD are keen to be seen to dominate. With the imminent release of AMD’s 6900 Cayman cards we thought it was a good time to have a look at the performance of …

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AC Ryan Playon!HD Essential Review

Dutch based A.C. Ryan have been receiving critical acclaim recently for their series of Playon!HD media devices. We have reviewed their full range so far on KitGuru and today we look at their latest edition, the Playon! HD Essential. The Essential is the first ‘no network media player’ with the …

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Rosewill RK-9000 Keyboard Review

Today we have another item from NewEgg.ca to review – The Rosewill RK-9000 gaming keyboard. This is a mechanical style keyboard that uses Cherry MX Blue switches to provide that ‘old school’ feel of an IBM style keyboard. There are multiple types of keyboards available today of which the most …

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Powercolor HD6870 PCS+ Review

Well it was a long time coming, but finally we have a HD6870 with a custom cooling solution. Powercolor have just released the HD6870 PCS+ graphics card which is not only supplied with a rather sexy heatpipe cooler, but substantial overclocks. Both HD6850 and HD6870 were received warmly by the …

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Enermax LuxuRay ATX Midi Tower Review

We have seen many high quality chassis being released this year from various manufacturers, and while it is fun to concentrate on luxury high end products like the Thermaltake Level 10, not many people will be willing to part with £550, just for a case. Enermax, better known for their …

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Asus ML248H Designo ML Series Review

Kitguru has reviewed many monitors over the last year including those from industry leaders Dell and iiyama. In June we reviewed the Asus MS236H, a stylish monitor which appealed on a design level, but left us wanting in other areas. It delivered much unfulfilled potential. Today we are looking at …

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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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