Home / Tag Archives: Review (page 91)

Tag Archives: Review

Xigmatek Utgard Case Review

2010 has been a fantastic year for quality chassis design and today we are going to have our first look at a chassis from Xigmatek, a company better known for their coolers and power supplies. Following with traditional Xigmatek marketing concepts, the Utgard is a product clearly paying homage to …

Read More »

Synology Diskstation DS210+ NAS Review

The Synology NAS series this year has proven to be very impressive with capable, fast, versatile systems available at every price point. We recently reviewed the high end DS1010+ and DX510 expansion unit and felt it was one of the best configurations available for the business audience. Today we are …

Read More »

Thermaltake Jing Cooler Review

It has been a great year for Thermaltake, they have been releasing a wealth of competitive and high performing products within many enthusiast sectors. Their Frio and Contac29 coolers have met with critical acclaim and have successfully targeted two very different sectors. While the Contac 29 is a modestly priced …

Read More »

Arctic Cooling Freezer 13 Review

Arctic Cooling have been releasing some great products lately and we have covered most of them on KitGuru – such as the excellent Accelero XTREME Plus. AC are a company who combine high performance with ease of installation at reasonable prices. Today we look at the follow to the excellent …

Read More »

Lian Li PC-Q11 Mini ITX Case Review

I am a sucker for a well designed aluminum chassis and Lian Li have always been one of the pioneers in this sector. They recently updated their fantastic Q series of compact enclosures with the PC-Q11. While these designs are based around the tiny ITX standard they allow for people …

Read More »

Gigabyte GTX 460 OC SLi Review

nVidia have had a rocky year, with Fermi delays costing them sales and market place. With the release of the GTX480 and 470, people still weren’t sold on the new architecture as it ran hot, sucked a lot of power and didn’t really offer considerable improvements over the current HD5000 …

Read More »