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BIOSTAR A68N-5200 Motherboard Review

BIOSTAR A68N-5200 Motherboard Review The A68N-5200 board, by incorporating one A6-5200 Kabini-based APU, is bringing to the table even more raw performance when compared to its A4-5000, while the GPU component gets a 100Mhz boost. While the increased 3D performance is minimal versus the A4, other tasks which require CPU performance will get up to …

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Patriot Viper V560 Mouse Review

Patriot Viper V560 Mouse Review Patriot is a company known for its memory and mobile products, and has just recently started selling peripherals. The V560 is the first-ever mouse released under the Patriot Viper brand, and it continues the trend of excellent design set by its first-ever headset. The Patriot V560 is a programmable laser …

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Crucial Ballistix Sport LT White DDR4 Memory Review

Crucial Ballistix Sport LT White DDR4 Memory Review Memory, it’s often the most generic part of your system, along with a PSU. Not that all system builders would go for any old RAM, but it can be intangible performance for the cost, especially for DDR4 modules these days. If you are an Intel fan, and …

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Thermaltake Frio Silent 14 CPU Cooler Review

Thermaltake Frio Silent 14 CPU Cooler Review This time we review the Frio Silent 14 tower cooler from Thermaltake. This cooler uses a 14cm fan to achieve high air flow at low noise level. We will show you how this affects the cooling and whether this design is practicable in our detailed test… at OCInside …

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be quiet! Dark Rock TF CPU Cooler Review

be quiet! Dark Rock TF CPU Cooler Review Be quiet’s Dark Rock line of CPU coolers are their high-performance line meant to handle the most extreme processors and thermal loads out there. While most of the coolers in the line are tower coolers there is one that is different, it is the Dark Rock TF. …

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Rantopad MXX Keyboard Review

Rantopad MXX Keyboard Review Rantopad is a new player to the PC gaming peripherals market, and the MXX is their first tenkeyless keyboard. It comes with per-key backlighting and several other cool lighting effects. With a price tag of 79.99$, it is also one of the most affordable mechanical keyboards on the market… at techPowerUp! Related …

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G.SKILL RIPJAWS KM780 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

G.SKILL RIPJAWS KM780 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review The KM780 RGB keyboard can be easily paired with the MX780 gaming mouse thanks to the unified software which permits easy switching between the two for easy configuration. The new keyboard from G.SKILL employs one of the most recent switches from Cherry, the MX Brown RGB which …

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Acer Predator X34 Monitor Review

Acer Predator X34 Monitor Review Gaming at 3440×1440 is a sight to behold in most scenarios and I’m not so sure I could ever go back to mere 1080p gaming or even 1440p. Depending on the game, the size and slight curvature definitely increased immersion. While a few games lack native 3440×1440 support, you can …

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Thermaltake Core X71 PC Case Review

Thermaltake Core X71 PC Case Review Another new Thermaltake case at the farm that day with the new X71 Core. A housing which is the E-ATX, which therefore means locatable and which also plays the card compartments. Indeed, the latter has two workspaces to separate the components, and then assemble large watercooling components. To discover …

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Crucial MX200 500GB mSATA SSD Review

Crucial MX200 500GB mSATA SSD Review Who would like to upgrade a small HTPC, Barebone or ultra-thin notebook with a fast SSD, requires mostly either a M.2 SSD or a mSATA SSD. After the review of the 2.5-inch Crucial MX200 and MX200 M.2 we like to test on OCinside.de today, how well the Crucial MX200 …

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ASRock Z170 Extreme4 Motherboard Review

ASRock Z170 Extreme4 Motherboard Review Every system builder these days will know the name ASRock, and it’s welcome, in the past ten years we have seen the number of motherboard manufacturers dwindle, losing the likes of Abit, Nvidia and even the mighty Intel from the motherboards arena… at HardwareSlave Related Items: ASRock Z87 Extreme4 Intel LGA1150 …

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Samsung 950 PRO 512GB M.2 NVMe PCIe Solid State Drive Review

Samsung 950 PRO 512GB M.2 NVMe PCIe Solid State Drive Review If Samsung’s 950 PRO SSD is an indication, the future of solid-state storage is PCIe and NVMe. Designed to meet the demands of high-performance consumer and business laptops and PCs, this pint-sized powerhouse combines Samsung’s triple-core UBX controller with their 32-layer MLC V-NAND flash. …

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Corsair VOID USB Dolby 7.1 Gaming Headset Review

Corsair VOID USB Dolby 7.1 Gaming Headset Review In order to confirm the headset sound quality versus the VOID Wireless, we have run the same game assortment which contains Triad Wars, GTA V, The Crew, Carmageddon Reincarnation and AION; while the USB revision is not offering the same liberty of movement, we could experience the …

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Crucial MX200 500Gb SSD Review

Crucial MX200 500Gb SSD Review We have a bit of a dual review today, in a couple of different ways. SSDs are the mainstay of enthusiast system configuration, in single or dual disk configuration. So it is only right that we have a look at single disk and RAID configurations.What we are also going to …

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Reeven Justice RC-1204 CPU Cooler Review

Reeven Justice RC-1204 CPU Cooler Review Now let’s talk about performance. It does not matter how nice a cooler looks if it can’t tackle the heat. You need the combination of a properly sized heat sink and an efficient, capable fan. The Justice RC-1204 works well with the thermal load of normal daily use. The …

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anidees AI7 PC Case Review

anidees AI7 PC Case Review The anidees AI7 is exactly the same size as the AI7m, but allows for a full ATX board instead of maxing out at an mATX variant. This is achieved by offering a completely different interior layout. Let’s see what this same-looking but different chassis has under the hood! … at techPowerUp! …

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Thecus W4000+ Windows Server NAS Review

Thecus W4000+ Windows Server NAS Review Thecus has made an interesting variation on the market with their W4000/W4000+ NASes (a 2-bay and also a 5-bay version is also available) considering that we no longer have a Linux distribution on our server but Windows Storage Server 2012 R2 Essentials and the product can be used from …

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Mad Catz L.Y.N.X. 9 Mobile Hybrid Controller Review

Mad Catz L.Y.N.X. 9 Mobile Hybrid Controller Review L.Y.N.X. 9 controller from Mad Catz is a highly-elaborated product, which is meant for a large range of devices and we also do get the needed accessories inside the box, without the need of spending extra money. The only missing item would be the Bluetooth LE dongle …

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ICY DOCK MB492SKL-B, MB491SKL-B, and MB973SP-2B Drive Bay Review

ICY DOCK MB492SKL-B, MB491SKL-B, and MB973SP-2B Drive Bay Review This review is going to cover 3 newer offerings from ICY DOCK that provide convenient, hot swap access to drives installed in your PC’s case. We will look at the ToughArmor EX MB492SKL-B which lets you install two 2.5″ drives in a single 3.5″ external bay, …

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Corsair 600Q PC Case Review

Corsair 600Q PC Case Review Over a number of years Corsair have released a number of high quality cases. From their first model it was clear that they knew what made a good chassis and each revision to that family, as well as the newer models, has been impressive. Of course you always get what …

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Amkov AMK5000S WiFi HD Action Camera Review

Amkov AMK5000S WiFi HD Action Camera Review So what can you expect from an action camera that sells for under $100? How does WiFi, 170-degree wide angle lens, 20-megapixel photos, 1080p and 720p 60 fps recording, micro SD card slot up to 64GB, 1150mAh capacity battery for up to 2.5 hours of footage, a waterproof …

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DeepCool Gamer Storm Lucifer K2 Heatsink Review

DeepCool Gamer Storm Lucifer K2 Heatsink Review DeepCool’s Gamer Storm Lucifer K2 heatsink is a revised version of the original Gamer Storm Lucifer heatsink, which Frostytech tested about a year back. The Lucifer K2 heatsink only differs in that it’s not nickel plated and ships with a slim profile (20mm thick)120mm fan which makes the …

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ASUS ROG Maximus VIII Impact Motherboard Review

ASUS ROG Maximus VIII Impact Motherboard Review When you look at the stock performance, the Maximus VIII Impact is going to deliver results in a narrow envelope when compared to other motherboards. That’s a given. However, running out of spec is where this little board will shine, much like the rest of the ROG Z170-based …

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TP-LINK RE580D AC1900 Wi-Fi Range Extender Review

TP-LINK RE580D AC1900 Wi-Fi Range Extender Review The new range extender from TP-LINK is very easy to set up and you have quite a bit of configuration options available, depending on how many networks you would like to extend or create. The device has a completely redesigned chassis and is now able to operate both …

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Crucial BX200 480Gb SSD Review

Crucial BX200 480Gb SSD Review The dust hasn’t had time to settle on our Crucial MX200 review before we have a look at the Crucial BX200 480Gb SSD. We explored the RAID and chipset performance differences previously, we are not going to this time, but remember this as we test on our standard X99 platform. …

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