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Synology DiskStation DS1512+ Review

Over the years we have reviewed many NAS systems and today we are looking at the high performance, scalable Synology DiskStation DS1512+ which is designed to accommodate the needs of a small or medium sized business. The DS1512+ is a dual LAN device with Link Aggregation support and it can …

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Aerocool Strike-X Advance Black Chassis Review

Aerocool are not that well known in the United Kingdom, however we reviewed their X-Vision Fan Controller at the beginning of the month. Recently they have been expanding into the European and UK markets and their products are available from retailers including ARIA and Overclockers UK. Aerocool have a sub-brand, …

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Sapphire HD7950 Vapor-X Edition Review

Last month we reviewed the latest flagship GPU from Sapphire, the incredible HD7970 6GB Toxic Edition. The 7970 Toxic managed to get the enthusiast audience salivating, although most simply couldn’t afford the bank breaking asking price. In an attempt to rectify this today we are looking at the brand new …

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Orange OPC Review

There are a large number of companies in the UK who would be willing to build a PC to your own specification providing you’re willing to put up enough cash.  There isn’t a whole lot which differentiates these PCs from each other, though, as you’re usually restricted to the same …

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Aerocool X-Vision Fan Controller Review

Fan controllers are still considered a niche product, although a broader range of the enthusiast audience are adopting them to help reduce system noise. They allow the end user to control the speed of a number of fans in a computer chassis, without having to use any software. This can …

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AFOX HD7850 Single Slot Crossfire Review

Today we take a first look at the new single slot HD7850 graphics card from AFOX. The company claim this is the ‘world’s most powerful single slot graphics card’ and our review will highlight Crossfire performance. If you are building a space restricted media center but don’t want to compromise …

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