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BitFenix Shinobi Case Review – The Interior (Continued)

Moving on to the motherboard area, we see the different types of ATX form-factors the Shinobi utilizes: I would like to make a quick note about the motherboard installation region of the case. Between the ends of the PCI-E expansions to the start of the 3.5 bays, there is a distance of 11.5 inches in between. With a GPU installed, …

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BitFenix Shinobi Case Review – The Interior

If there is one thing that will make you appreciate BitFenixs work with the Shinobi, it is the interior. The inside of the case is the same matte-black finish as the exterior! So many times I see cases that have a nice black finish outside, yet do not continue that trend inside, where youll find a bland, predictable silver-steel finish: …

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BitFenix Shinobi Case Review – The Exterior (Continued)

On to the back of the chassis, we see the motherboard I/O cut-out, a 120mm rear-exhaust fan (with compatibility for a smaller 92mm fan for extra motherboard clearance), seven, yes, SEVEN PCI-E expansion slots, large mesh perforations and two rubber grommets for looping tubes and cables through (primarily for water-cooling), and the bottom PSU-mount opening: I cannot believe a case …

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Runcore Introduces First SATA 3 mSATA SSD & Joins US Marketplace

Runcore has made a bold move in expanding for the first time from their China facility to San Jose, California, in order to make an impact in North American SSD sales. Concurrently, they will also be releasing the markets first SATA 3 mSATA SSD, the Runcore Pro V T50, which contains the SF-2281 and is capable of  550MB/s read and …

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BigFoot Killer Wireless N 1102 Review @ Kitguru

We have reviewed several Bigfoot networking products in the past and have found them to be a big step up for enthusiast users when compared against the native onboard solutions. Today we are looking at the new Killer Wireless N 1102 which is geared from the ground up for streaming media and online gaming. Full story at Kitguru.

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Tt eSports Dasher Gaming Mouse Pad Review @ eTeknix.com

While we like to take a look at a lot of hardware at eTeknix, some other accessories can make a large difference to your overall gaming experience, or even to your general computer experience. Today is the turn for a mousepad by the gaming brand of Thermaltake, Tt eSPORTS. Tt eSPORTS have been producing mice, keyboards, headsets and mouse pads …

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Wacom Bamboo Stylus for iPad Review @ Kitguru

Corsair certainly seem to have the Midas touch “ earning a great reputation with whatever market they decide to target. Their reputation in the power supply sector is already one of the best and today we are looking at the follow up to the original CX430 “ the new CX430 V2, created to offer a solid, reliable power supply at …

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Cooler Master Hyper 612 PWM Heatsink @ Benchmark Reviews

Cooler Master is a name well known to enthusiasts for their extensive line of enthusiast computer equipment, including cases, CPU coolers, power supplies, and more. They’re probably best known for their coolers, though, and today Benchmark Reviews has the Cooler Master Hyper 612 PWM to test against a collection of other coolers. This appears to be an update of Cooler …

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AMD Catalyst 11.7 Windows 7 Driver Analysis @ Tweak Town

I just got off the phone with someone before I started writing this and came to the realization that we’re just four days away from the end of another month. We’ve just about finished the first third of quarter three. The start of the year was pretty crazy, but the rest of it is going to be even more so …

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NZXT Avatar S Gaming Mouse Review @ Kitguru

Back in 2008, NZXT released the Avatar gaming mouse featuring an ambidextrous design. As with all of NZXTs PC accessories, Avatar was designed to provide gamers with an advantage over their competitors. Move forward to summer of 2011 and NZXT has released the Avatar S, the successor to the original Avatar Gaming mouse. Full story at Kitguru.

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