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be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3 CPU Cooler Review

be quiet!’s Dark Rock series of coolers has fared well in a fearsome market. In previous generations, a strong balance between noise output and cooling performance has made them desirable products. Can the German company repeat its success with version three of the dual-tower Dark Rock Pro CPU cooler? Fastening …

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Ravpower RP-PB13 14,000 mAh Power Bank Review

Smartphones and mobile devices are such an integrated part of our everyday lives now. We all know what it’s like to be using our beloved tech when that dreaded ‘Low Battery’ symbol appears. It’s not an ideal situation at all, especially if you have a busy lifestyle and spend a …

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MSI GTX750Ti OC Twin Frozr Review

Last week AMD released their new R7 265 graphics card, and KitGuru was on hand to review the custom cooled Sapphire version. AMD tweaked their old HD7850 design and dropped the price to £100 in an attempt to dominate the market. Today we are looking at Nvidia’s new budget grade …

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YOYOTech M-Cube WS Review

The 3D graphics workstation is supposed to be big, black and expensive, like the Green Hornet’s gadget car. But YOYOTech clearly hasn’t read that particular script with the M-Cube WS. The model we were sent was not only about half the size of the average workstation, but half the price …

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Synology DS214SE Review

Synology offers a massive array of NAS (Network Attached Storage) devices in pretty much any permutation that you might imagine. There are DiskStations for the home and office and RackStations for the server environment. You can have between one and 106 drive bays (with expansion units), a choice of Gigabit …

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Aerocool GT Advance Case Review

Today we are going to take a look at another case from Aerocool, the GT Advance, which is designed for those users who are on the tightest of budgets.  At a price of only £25, this is one of the cheapest branded models you will find, making it ideal for …

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Antec NineTeen Hundred Review

The Antec Nineteen Hundred is an enormous gaming case that stands 696mm tall, which means it probably will not slip under your desk. In essence the Nineteen Hundred has been designed as a 550mm tall E-ATX case that stands on a 150mm plinth; you get all the usual gaming features …

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Corsair Obsidian 250D Case Review

Today we are going to take a look at the latest case in Corsair’s Obsidian line up, the 250D. This appears to have been designed specifically for those who are looking to build a compact gaming system – therefore putting it in direct competition with the Bitfenix Prodigy. The Bitfenix …

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Aerocool Vs-92 Case Review

Today we are going to look at one of the latest cases from Aerocool – the Vs-92.  This particular model features in Aerocool’s PGS (Performance Gaming System) range, and has been designed for those gamers who are looking to build a well-featured system, on a budget. We look forward to …

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MSI Z87I Gaming AC Mini-ITX Motherboard Review

Much of the computing industry is rapidly moving towards physically smaller components without downsizing performance. Can MSI’s Mini-ITX Z87I Gaming AC prove that Small Form Factor gamers need not worry about finding a motherboard which tends to their requirements? MSI’s first take on a gaming-orientated Mini-ITX motherboard sees the inclusion …

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LaCie 5Big 20TB Thunderbolt RAID Review

Thunderbolt, and lightning, very very frightening me! Tacky ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ quotes aside, it is great to see that the Thunderbolt interface is finally seeing some traction in the PC marketplace, having already experienced great success with Apple’s hardware. The major motherboard manufacturers are adopting Thunderbolt on a handful of their …

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Func HS-260 headset review

Despite the fact that being a PC gamer usually means you’re swimming in much deeper nerd waters than your average console or handheld gamer, there’s always been a desire to make peripherals look cool. A lot of the time, that means black, heavy duty plastic and bright LEDs with varying …

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A look at the Raspberry Pi

The buzz around Raspberry Pi started two years ago when we were offered the prospect of a tiny Linux computer that would cost around £30. That’s a trivial amount of money for an interesting new gadget so I slapped in my order with RS Components, and sat back to wait. …

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Tt eSPORTS ConsoleOne Gaming Headset

Today we are going to look at Tt eSPORTS first attempt at a console gaming headset, the ConsoleOne.  It appears to be based heavily on the Shock gaming headset that we reviewed recently and commended for delivering excellent value for money.  In addition to being a console gaming headset, the …

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