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Fractal Design Core 3000 Review @ Vortez

Within the Core Series are currently two classifications “ the Core 1000 and Core 3000. The Core 1000 giving support for the smaller mATX and ITX format whilst the Core 3000 being designed for mATX and standard ATX. Today we will be taking a look at the Core 3000. Our first and previous encounter with Fractal Design left us very …

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Fractal Design Core 3000 Case Review @ eTeknix.com

Fractal Design are a Swedish brand who specialise in the engineering and designing of cases. Their concept is to provide products with an extraordinary design level, without compromising the important factors of quality, functionality and pricing. . They took the market by the throat back in 2009 when the extremely popular and somewhat revolutionary Define R2 was released and soon …

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Mushkin Chronos Deluxe 120GB Solid State Drive Review @ Tweak Town

Today system wide performance increases come from high speed storage products and Mushkin is still using their knowledge to help enthusiasts make everything better, faster and more reliable. Unlike many SSD manufacturers, you can buy Mushkin products on their website directly from the company. Mushkin also has a network of  resellers, but in many cases the best prices come from …

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EVGA GeForce GTX 580 Classified Video Card @ Benchmark Reviews

EVGA designed the GTX 580 Classified to be the ultimate version of what the GTX 580 could be. It was co-designed between EVGA and professional overclockers Vince “k|ngp|n” Lucido, and Illya “TiN” Tsemenko with the single goal to overclock unlike any card out on the market while at the same time looking great, and staying  cool. Benchmark Reviews will see …

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Sapphire Radeon 6850 Vapor-X with Dirt 3 @ TechwareLabs.com

Purchasing a video card can be very confusing. Looking at the different model lines and features across multiple manufacturers boasting over clocked memory, or specialty cooling can be enough to make your head spin. Focusing on AMD there are two series that are Direct x 11 compatible the 5000 and 6000 series GPU’s. Released in 2010 the 6000 series cards …

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AMD Llano A8-3800 CPU and GIGABYTE A75M-UD2H microATX Motherboard Review @MissingRemote

New platforms are particularly interesting to us as home theater PC (HTPC) enthusiasts because it gives us a chance to clearly see how a generation of progress can be transformed into tangible benefits. Not long ago, integrated graphics processors (IGP) were strictly the choice of budget-minded consumers, but the recent relocation of the graphics processing unit (GPU) from the chipset …

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Kingston HyperX SSD 240GB Upgrade Bundle Kit @ TestFreaks

Kingstons HyperX moniker has always been assigned to their performance products whether it is computer memory or USB drives. Now you can add SSDs to that naming convention as they have released the HyperX SSD, a performance based drive geared towards the computer enthusiast market. Featuring write speeds of 510 MB/s and read speeds of 555 MB/s this SSD is …

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Corsair Carbide 400R Computer Case @ Benchmark Reviews

It’s easy to build a great computer case if it’s going to retail for $250 or more. Actually, I take that back: judging by some of the cases I’ve seen, maybe it’s not that easy! While a high retail price is no guarantee of quality or usability, it’s certainly more of a challenge to come out with a really great …

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Mass Effect 3 – Expo Preview @ Kitguru

The game feels great. Its not just the updated graphics or changes in gameplay. Everything around you is more solid, has more weight to it.Mass Effect was a game of unbelievable depth, but (dont hit me for this) once it came to action, it was simplistic and unimpressive. Mass Effect 2 kept the depth, and polished the combat. And now, …

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Jabra FREEWAY Bluetooth In-Car Speakerphone Review @ RW Labs

With a very impressive set of features such as crystal clear virtual surround audio, high volume levels, dual noise reduction microphones, voice commands and feedback, multiuse support, built-in motion sensor and A2DP audio streaming you just can’t go wrong with the latest FREEWAY Bluetooth in-car speakerphone by Jabra. Full story at RW Labs.

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Xigmatek Pantheon Full Tower Case Review @Hi Tech Legion

One name derived from Roman culture is the Xigmatek Pantheon. The name “Pantheon” is actually a temple in Rome that is dedicated to the Roman Gods. In this instance, it is a rather impressive computer chassis. The Pantheon is a full tower that supports both mATX and standard ATX motherboards. Built into the Pantheon is a fan controller that features …

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