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Warhammer 40K: Space Marine Review (PC) @ Kitguru

I was waiting anxiously for Space Marine. I gave in to the hype, to the advertising, to the epic trailers, screenshots and a life-size Utramarine walking around Gamescom. I always liked the WH40K universe, with its distinct art style and technology design, but you would never find me playing the real tabletop thing. Figurines and heavy tomes of rules, scary …

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ASUS GeForce GTX 560Ti 1GB Graphics Card Review @ Bigbruin.com

The ASUS GTX 560Ti comes with a factory overclock from 822MHz to 830MHz, and while this seems to be a key marketing point from ASUS, it is a minor increase. However, ASUS includes an application to overclock the card more on your own, and my efforts resulted in almost a 120MHz increase in GPU speed. This simple overclock provided a …

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Real World Labs And Plextor Joint Contest

Since from all the positive feedback we receive lately it’s quite evident that there are plenty of people out there still considering Plextor as being the best at what they do (us included) we decided to join up with them and perform our 13th contest/lucky giveaway of 2011. As always the rules are simple and the steps are small so …

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Raidmax Blackstorm Case Review @ Hardware Secrets

The Blackstorm is a mid-tower case from Raidmax, offered in two color options, black or white, both with blue trim and fans. The unique  feature of this case is that its motherboard tray is attached to the right-side panel, and comes off the case together with the panel. Costing USD 80, it promises a good cost/benefit ratio. Let’s check it …

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UEFI – Just How Important It Really Is @ Hardware Secrets

This article delves into the new UEFI architecture and why it is much more important to the computer world than you think. Computer hardware has evolved a great deal in the past few decades. Graphics cards and sound cards are providing life-like graphics and theater quality sound, terabyte size spindle hard drives are being paired with blazing fast SSD drives …

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TechREACTION Review: Lancool PC-K9 Case

Lancool, a manufacturer of mid- to high-end computer chassis, has launched a new mid-tower PC case, the PC-K9 Series. Oddly, given the name, this case has nothing remotely dog-like about it. Designed for ATX, Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX motherboards and manufactured with easy hardware installation in mind, the case cradles components in a reduced-vibration housing with top-rate thermal performance capabilities. The …

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ASRock Fatal1ty Z68 Professional Gen3 Review @ Vortez

A month on and we are taking a look at yet another ASRock Z68 Gen3 offering. This time its the turn of the Fatal1ty Z68 Professional Gen3. As the name suggests, this motherboard is the out workings and involvement with gaming sensation Jonathan Fatal1ty Wendel. Fatal1ty has been working with ASRock for some time now and this latest release is …

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MadCatz F.P.S Pro Xbox 360 Controller Review @ Tech-Reviews.co.uk

MadCatz are known for creating high quality gaming equipment for casual and professional gamers on all gaming platforms. Today we are reviewing the F.P.S Pro Xbox 360 Controller from MadCatz, the products itself looks like a complete war machine, it has your standard Xbox controller layout just with a few more tweaks. Full story at Tech-Reviews.

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Lenovo IdeaPad Y470 Review @ Student Tech Guide

The Lenovo IdeaPad Y470 is a 14-inch screen laptop thats got a lot of performance punch, dont underestimate this laptop based on its size. The Y470 being reviewed has an Intel Core i7-2630qm Quad Core processor, Nvidia GeForce GT 550m graphics card and, the real gem here, an after market installed mSATA 80GB Intel 310 SSD. Thats right, the Y470 …

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