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Lian Li PC-O5S Case Review @ Legion Hardware

  Today we are taking a look at Lian Li’s latest creation the PC-O5S, a perfect union of aluminium and tempered glass. The PC-O5S is a unique looking computer case with some very unique abilities. For one it can be mounted on the wall and adding to that effect is the ability to vertically mount […]

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Security expert: Regin is scary and companies should be on alert @ TweakTown

QUOTE:"Cybersecurity companies are outlining additional details about the sophisticated Regin spyware malware, but no one has a complete picture just yet." For more information, please visit – http://www.tweaktown.com/articles/6896/security-expert-regin-scary-companies-alert/index.html

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Corsair CS850M Power Supply Review @ Kitguru

Today we look at one of the latest power supplies from Corsair, the CS850M – a semi modular unit which ships with 80 Plus Gold certification. Corsair have a wide range of power supplies available as it stands so how does this unit slot into their current portfolio? Read the review here: http://www.kitguru.net/components/power-supplies/zardon/corsair-cs850m-power-supply-review/

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QPAD MK-70 Keyboard Review @ Vortez

Though the MK-70, in name, sits just below the MK-80, in reality it is closer to the MK-50 in features meaning that is does not have the integrated audio or USB ports like the MK-80/85, but unlike the MK-50, it has blue LED backlighting. As a package it does away with the extra key caps, […]

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Samsung SSD 850 Evo 500GB Review @ TechSpot

  Samsung’s TLC flash-based SSD 840 Evo series set a new benchmark for affordable SSDs last year, going for just $0.65 and performing almost on par with the upper echelon of SSDs. Helping to build anticipation for its successor is the SSD 850 Pro, which to this day is the fastest 2.5" SSD money can […]

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Thermaltake Core V21 MATX Case Review @ Modders-Inc

  When it came to selecting parts for a small form factor PC you had to be very careful as to what you put into it as they usually did not have much in the terms of cooling. Thus resulting in a PC capable of being used as a Home Theater PC, but not very […]

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ASRock Q2900M Motherboard Review @ Hardware Secrets

  "The ASRock Q2900M is a microATX motherboard that comes with a Pentium J2900 "Bay Trail-D" quad-core CPU soldered on it. It has one USB 3.0 and two SATA-300 ports, but its highlights are actually its low power consumption and low cost." Link: http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/ASRock-Q2900M-Motherboard/1897

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AMD FX-8320E AM3+ Processor Performance Review @ Benchmark Reviews

  AMD released a slew of new FX-series CPUs in September, 2014, including the FX-8370, FX-8370E, and the subject of our review, the FX-8320E. This is the low end of AMD’s eight-core FX series of enthusiast CPUs, and the “E” suffix marks it as a low-power variant; nonetheless, AMD touts it as a viable CPU […]

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Lamptron CM615 Touchscreen Fan Controller Review @ OCInside

  We do a lot to make your small rotating noisemakers in the PC case more silent. In addition to sound insulation and decoupling, there are more ways to achieve this.  Or just install a fan controller to pulse the fan voltage or reduce the fan voltage. The air flow is then usually still enough […]

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Phanteks Enthoo Mini XL Chassis Review @ Kitguru

Phanteks has taken a bold step with its new Enthoo Mini XL case as we are seeing the introduction of a new form factor called Super Micro ATX. The idea is that you can install two motherboards inside the case along with their power supplies, processors and all the other hardware you need to run […]

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