Sapphire Pure Black x58 @ TechwareLabs

Better late then never, is the saying this time for Sapphire as it introduces a new premium board into the Intel market. First impressions are key. Does Pure Black x58 push all the right buttons or is Sapphire’s first attempt at the x58 a fail? Join us as we dissect the board in search of the answer. Full story at …

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CM Storm Spawn Optical Gaming Mouse @ Benchmark Reviews

  When Cooler Master made a splash into the competitive gaming market with its CM Storm subsidiary in 2008, they had the sole goal of “Arming the gaming revolution.” After creating successful cases and mice, CM Storm has added yet another product to its line. The CM Storm Spawn gaming mouse is aiming at the more mainstream gaming crowd by …

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Join Us At The NEW SSD Review Forum Page!!!!

We have done it again!!!! As if the Giveaways of SSDs haven’t been enough, our forum members have spoken and we listened.  Today we introduce The New SSD Review Form Page to the world where we hope to draw in more than just SSD enthusiasts.  We hope this forum can tackle, not only the questions of new SSD enthusiasts, but …

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SSD Migration in the Enterprise Environment

SSD technology has hit like a hurricane leaving enterprise in awe of its potential yet leery of high cost for a storage medium still in its infancy. Todays business is reluctant to implement SSD storage for reasons that run the gamut from reliability and durability to long-term performance gain concerns. The inherent cost of slc drives is self defeating for a small …

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YOYOTech Warbird SB2500-460 System Review @ Kitguru

Today we are going to look at the YOYOTech Warbird SB2500-460 which, as its name suggests, contains Intels Core i5 2500 chip, in the unlocked k form, alongside a GTX460 graphics card.  Despite not having water cooling like the XDNA, YOYOTech have still achieved an impressive overclock on this system, at 4.6 GHz. Full story at Kitguru

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Muskin Callisto Deluxe Solid State Drive @ Benchmark Reviews

SandForce-driven SSDs continue to be the hot ticket for solid state technology into 2011, offering outstanding bandwidth speed and operational performance at an affordable price. SandForce RAISE technology provides redundant protection for single SSD computer systems, while data is automatically secured with AES-128 encryption. Full story at Benchmark Reviews

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