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Cooler Master GX-650 Bronze Power Supply Review @ OCINSIDE

Cooler Master already enthused the ocinside.de online magazine with some Silent Pro Gold Series power supply units, which can be found in the upper price segment. Today we look at the much more inexpensive Cooler Master GX-650 Bronze power supply, which should have a good energy efficiency in spite of the low price. Let us compare the results of this …

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ADATA S511 240GB Solid State Drive Review @ Tweak Town

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ADATA isn’t new to the SATA III market. The company already released the S501; a Marvell controlled SATA III drive with good wear capabilities. The S501 was a stopgap product between ADATA’s successful S599 SandForce SF-1200 drive and the new S511 featuring SandForce’s latest flagship, the SF-2281. In the past ADATA has competed for the price / performance crown and …

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ARCTIC Power Charger Plus Rechargeable NiMH Set @ APH

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Being fascinated with the concept of time travel for as long as I can remember, there are always moments of my life where I would just sit there and wonder, “If I could travel back in time, would I have done things differently?” While my enthusiastic self-study of theoretical physics in my free time (I am actually in Electrical Engineering) …

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Akasa Flexstor DiskLink USB 3.0 Adapter Review @ eTeknix.com

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Recently we have seen several Hard Drive enclosures but today is the turn of something very similar, yet completely different. While that may be a bit of an exaggeration there are certainly quite a few differences. Today we are taking a look at the Akasa Flexstor DiskLink USB 3.0 Adapter, and it that, an adapter not an enclosure. While you …

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Lian Li PC-90 Computer Case @ Benchmark Reviews

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For many enthusiasts, fitting the very best hardware into a computer case comes at a high price. Unfortunately it means having large, unwieldy enclosures to house all of their hardware. To combat this, Lian Li has created an enclosure with unique properties to combat the growing bloat of systems, and to their credit it seems to has worked. By allowing …

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Rugby World Cup 2011 PlayStation 3 Review @ Tweak Town

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Since the 1999 release of X-Men which completely re-invigorated the comic book movie adaptation business after it was murdered so completely by 1997’s Batman & Robin, the movie industry has been awash with every superhero from both the major American comic studios Marvel and DC and other independent studios, generating billions of dollars in ticket sales and rejuvenating the comic …

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Girls in charge – if Carlsberg made gamers @ Kitguru

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So much of the technology market is aimed at men, whereas we all know that at least half the tech being bought these days is going to be owned/used/operated/upgraded by ladies. KitGuru loaded up the Digital SLR at Multiplays i43 event and went in search of the human side of female gaming. Full story at Kitguru.

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PC World makes surprising strategy announcement @ Kitguru

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With everyone expecting the overall outlook for electrical retail stores to remain fairly bleak, the main competitors are working to find new ways to deliver shareholder value and return a dividend. At Multiplay i43, there was a surprising announcement on the main stage. Heres what they said and a question: Should other retailers be worried? Full story at Kitguru.  

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Cooler Master NotePal U Stand – BCCHardware

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We have just taken a look at the Cooler Master NotePal U Stand. This is a notebook cooler and a stand that supports laptops up to 17″ and is designed specifically for use on your desk and it can help reduce neck strain as it is able to elevate your laptop screen up to eye-level. Please check out our review …

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Cooler Master GeminII S524 CPU Heatsink @ Benchmark Reviews

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I’ve said before that since the coolers included with retail CPUs are both quiet and effective at stock clock speeds, overclocking is the only reason anyone should buy a third party CPU cooler. Well, this isn’t strictly true: not all third party CPU coolers are designed to handle ultra-high overclocks in massive tower systems; sometimes, what you need is a …

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Enermax ETS-T40-TA CPU Cooler Review @ Hardware Secrets

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Enermax has entered the CPU cooler market, and we are reviewing their first model: the ETS-T40-TA, which has a tower heatsink, four U-shaped heatpipes, and a 120 mm an. Here is a snippet: We tested the ETS-T40-TA CPU cooler from Enermax, best known as a power supply manufacturer. This cooler has a tower heatsink, four U-shaped, direct-touch heatpipes and a …

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