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ASUS is probably the only company I know that hires guys like us to work with reviewers, and what I mean is ASUS has hired Gentlemen (I use that word Loosely, LOL) that used to be writers, and in that respect they know how to translate product information to writers and this is a big help when new products come out or when products also have an almost drowning amount of information to translate... continued.
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Admit it. There are times when you got so mad at a your PC, Smart phone or tech gadget that you were ready to kill it.Our editors have put together their Top 6 "Kill My Computer" clips, including one from Star Wars and another of a cat taking on its technological nemesis. Vicarious thrills welcome. Check out the killing here
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In the ever-continuing GPU war we always see the same game of leapfrog played by one company or the other as they try and surpass the other guy. If you pay close attention though, you will notice it’s always just enough to claim a victory, never anything so dynamic you want to pick up the phone and begin telling everyone you know about it. This has been my life for the past 15 years as I have... continued.
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This is the new Raider case from BitFenix. This is a mid-tower case that has many of the features that you would expect to find in a full-tower. It has very clean lines and a classic design. For those that aren’t familiar with BitFenix, they make a variety of cases and case accessories that are particularly geared for the gaming community.Raider ImpressionsBundled in the BoxNow let’s have a look... continued.
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Technology is the one area of our lives that is now constantly in a state of change, what was the best just yesterday is the fluff of today and it seems there is no end in sight. For those of use who are lucky enough to be able to test and review hardware sometimes it looks like an endless sea of the same thing with just a new face on the surface. On some occasions however being a tech guy has... continued.
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Today we will be taking a look at the new HD 7870 Ghz Edition graphics card from the folks over at Sapphire. This is an AMD chipset based card that features Sapphire's proprietary cooling solution that although not their Vapor X solution, still offers excellent cooling. It also features all of the same great features of the other 7000 series cards and with two gigs of GDDR5 it should also work... continued.
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This is the latest card from AMD and Sapphire. It's Sapphire's new HD 7750 and it features a fanless heat sink for completely silent cooling. We've seen a few different silent cooling solutions over the years and we'll see if this one is any different. In our experience those types of solutions haven't really worked all that well because they've forced the card to be underclocked in order to keep... continued.
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Today we are going to be taking a look at Biostar's X79 TPower motherboard. This board supports the latest Intel 2011 processors and also features their latest X79 chipset. Biostar has earned a well-deserved reputation for producing very powerful products that come with a very reasonable price tag. This board shouldn't be any different. It currently retails for about $230 dollars. This puts it in... continued.
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Today we are bringing to you a very interesting review on dual-graphics performance from the latest cards from ASUS and the latest AMD 28nm chipset 7770. Previous DIRECT CU cards have proven to be incredibly good performers for the price and these new cards from ASUS shouldn’t be any different. These cards feature their Direct CU thermal solution which has been very popular on all chipset cards.... continued.
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We should first take a look at the features of this new chipset from Intel before we get into the specific features of this motherboard. This chipset is replacing the venerable X58 chipset that was extremely popular with the enthusiast community.One of the main features of this new chipset is that it features support for Intel’s latest 2011 socket processors. These new processors are geared... continued.
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 Hey Everybody we are getting ready to revamp our entire testing platforms and thought we would invite you the viewer or reader to participate in our decision making process. In that light we have made a new poll to help us help you in our future reviews. We have listed four different option paths for you to choose from and really hope you will participate in this project. Like always here... continued.
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This is the latest graphics card from XFX and it features AMD’s latest Radeon HD 7770 GPU. These cards feature a full gig of video memory and have a 128 bit memory bus. They feature support for PCIe 3.0 and they come with a stock core clock of 1000 MHz and a 1300 MHz memory clock. This new card from XFX though has some very special improvements over the reference design. So let’s now take a look... continued.
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This is the latest X79 motherboard from Asus and by the looks of it this is a pretty amazing little board. It features a Micro-ATX form factor, but it comes with just about all of the bells and whistles that you’d find on a full size ATX board. It’s also in their ROG line of motherboards, so you know it’s meant to perform. So let’s have a look at the features of the chipset first and then we’ll... continued.
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This is the all new X79 motherboard from MSi. This is their high-performance offering for this chipset and it should come with a whole host of features that will impressive the enthusiast community. MSi have a well-earned reputation for producing incredibly well performing products and offering them at a very competitive price. So let’s have a look first at what this new chipset from Intel has to... continued.
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We are going to be taking a look at one of the best enthusiast level motherboards currently on the market. This is a ROG board from Asus that comes will be coming in at about 350 to 400 dollars. This puts this board toward the higher-end of the pricing spectrum for 2011 socket motherboards. Asus ROG (Republic Of Gamers) brand of boards have always pushed the envelope in terms of performance and... continued.

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