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  Want to build a gaming system on a budget? Then you have to know where to spend your money to get the best bang for the buck. It’s always tempting to go for the flashy, high end motherboards with tons of extra features, but you may find that those extra features don’t buy you […]

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Corsair Gaming Sabre Optical RGB Gaming Mouse Review @ Kitguru

Corsair’s latest gaming mouse – the Sabre, ships with a high-end, 6,000 DPIAvago ADNS S3988 optical sensor, strong back-end software and an RGB LED colour system which lets you pick just about any colour for the backlighting. Of course a lot of its contemporaries ship with similar features, so Corsair has to work hard to […]

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SilverStone SST-SX600-G 600W Power Supply Unit Review @ NikKTech

Everything seems to be getting smaller and smaller nowadays (oh miniaturization) from the very obvious everyday things like clothes and cars and up to electrical and electronic devices of all kinds. Of course PC hardware couldn’t be far behind (although it actually seems to be leading the "pack") and so lately we’ve seen many manufacturers […]

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Western Digital Sentinel DX4200 16TB Windows Storage Server Review @ Bigbruin

  Western Digital has been expanding its presence in the network attached storage market, with a handful of products intended to appeal to the home user, as well as few more intended to appeal to small to medium businesses. A few years back they launched the Sentinel DX4xxx series of 4-bay Windows storage servers, and […]

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Far Cry 4 Video Card Performance Review @ [H]

  We play Far Cry 4 on no less than twelve different GPUs for this in-depth look at what graphics settings are playable in Far Cry 4. We will talk about playable settings and show apples-to-apples so you know what to expect in this game and what upgrading your video card may do for you […]

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Synology DS415play NAS Review @ Madshrimps

  Synology presents itself with another high-quality NAS model, the DS415Play which is oriented to home users with plenty of multimedia content for playback on different devices. Thanks to the Intel solution, unsupported file formats will be converted for different devices on-the fly so they will be played without additional issues. The 1.6GHz dual-core processor […]

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Raijintek Tisis Dual-Tower Heatsink Review @ Frostytech

  " The Raijintek Tisis is a massive dual tower CPU cooler with twin fans, five big heatpipes and a kick-ass-and-take-names kind of look about it. It also has a pretty major design flaw which we’ll get to in a moment. The Tisis stands upwards of 168mm tall, weighs 1050grams and ships with a pair […]

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Phanteks Enthoo Evolv Case Review @ techPowerUp

  The Phanteks Evolv aims to transform what a mATX chassis should be capable of. Catering to the liquid-cooling crowd without compromising on air-cooling capability, the Evolv comes with the great feature set we have come to expect from Phanteks – all while combining quality with an enticing price. http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Phanteks/Enthoo_Evolv/

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Thermaltake Commander G41 & G42 Case Reviews @ 3dGameMan

  "The Thermaltake Commander G41 & G42 Cases are virtually identical, except for a different front bezel and dimension. With a long list of features, both of these cases are sure to please and to make the best of it, they’re affordable." ~3dGameMan.com Link: http://3dgameman.com/reviews/1664/thermaltake-commander-g41-g42-cases

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Tesoro Excalibur Keyboard Review @ Vortez

  Beyond a no frills design, the Excalibur also includes 512Kb of onboard memory for up to 200 macros or 2000 keystrokes that can be saved over 5 custom profiles, 5 Modes of LED backlighting (only available in blue) as well as various media keys and 6/NKRO. LINK: http://www.vortez.net/review.php?id=986

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