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We’ve seen so many overpriced and ostentatious keyboards out there, we wonder who would actually buy them sometimes. They look nice and have many macros that will increase your gameplay however, the price is just mind blowing. It costs as much as a video card and we usually just hope that it goes on sale on Black Friday. I know that’s what I did with my Logitech Illuminated Keyboard. However,... continued.
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Hard drives are becoming extremely cheap these days, which makes the resale value of our old drives almost nothing. This annoys many consumers because after they buy a new bigger hard drive they basically have to either run it RAID, throw onto another system they don’t really care about, or just trash the drive. Running through RAID usually sounds the most practical however if you are buying a... continued.
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Power supplies are sort of an odd topic to worry about when you are starting a new computer build. It’s one of those items that you are never quite sure about what the difference is between different brands because all you really care about is the wattage and what power is needed for my system. Most people can get by with around 650W-750W power supplies for 3-5 years and never needed a new one... continued.
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This is the new Biostar TZ68A+ motherboard that we’re going to be looking at today. This board uses Intel’s Z68 chipset and supports their second generation of Core i3, i5 and i7 processors. It features support for Intel’s Virtu and Smart Response technologies. This board currently retails for about 120 dollars which an incredible price when you compare it to similar motherboards. So let’s have a... continued.
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XFX have decided to release a new version of their highly popular HD 6870 video card. This version has 2 gigs of dedicated video memory instead of the standard 1 gig. XFX has been very good at tweaking their most popular cards to give them better performance and features. This review is going to look at how the addition of an extra gig of memory is able to enhance the overall performance of this... continued.
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This is the new Biostar TA75M+ motherboard that we’ll be looking at today. These boards feature support for AMD’s APU processors or Accelerated Processing Units. These new processors bring integrated graphics capabilities that are imbedded in the processor.  They also use AMD’s new 32nm manufacturing process for less heat and lower power requirements. The processor we used to test this board... continued.
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This case is from the new Extreme Division line from Sentey. This is a full tower case that is loaded with features and supports motherboards up to E-ATX form factor. It will not support XL-ATX motherboards though. Sentey is a relative new comer to the American market and they are an international company based out of Shenzhen China. This is the first case that we’ve gotten from Sentey so let’s... continued.
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This is the much anticipated 8 core processor from AMD. This thing has been delayed more than a Tom Cruise movie. Despite AMD’s best efforts there have been quite a few “leaked” benchmarks and reviews regarding its performance. We are going to see if this new chip is worth the hype or if it falls flat on its face. The stage for this epic battle has been set for quite some time and Intel has been... continued.
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We have come to expect some pretty big things from Thermaltake and this new full tower case is no exception. This new case has loads of features and comes with a very aggressive appearance. Thermaltake have established a respected name in the desktop chassis market. We will see if this new case helps them to maintain that respect and possibly even add to it a little.Chaser MK-1 ImpressionsOne of... continued.
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Solid State drives are definitely one of the hottest computer products in the market now. And every day it just feels like they are getting more affordable for consumers to buy them. As we all know with technology and time, products that were once expensive are much cheaper after a period of time. Not only are they cheaper, but they work a lot faster and better than their previous models. All the... continued.
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As many of you are probably aware EK is one of the most respected names in the water cooling industry. They have a long history of producing really good products that enable extreme performance for their customer’s computers. They produce everything from fittings to full water cooling kits and today we will be taking a look at their new water block for the Gigabyte 990FXA-UD7 motherboard.I have... continued.
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This is the new Silverstone Raven 3 full tower case that we’ll be taking a look at today. I’ve got to say that I’ve been looking forward to reviewing this case for a while now. Their Raven series cases have been quite popular and this Raven 3 will have plenty of admirers as well.This case features their unique 90 degree motherboard orientation that makes greatly aids air-flow. Silverstone has a... continued.
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We have reviewed a few NAS and SAN storage devices that are great for home offices and businesses. They can store tons of information without jeopardizing the integrity of your information. However, they usually come with an unwelcoming price of at least $300 dollars. Most consumers would rather invest in a new computer with that money. If you fall into this category, Thermaltake has a product... continued.
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This is the new Level 10 GT Snow Edition case from Thermaltake. This is a full tower case that sports a very nice black and white paint scheme. Thermaltake has a long history of producing quality PC products at an affordable price. For the features that this case has its price of about 290 dollars this is actually a pretty good price for what you get. This case is designed from their original... continued.
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Computer cases have been increasing flashy compared to when a Dell desktop PC was the standard. Nowadays, cases have custom lighting, huge fans, side windows, and tons of space for whatever you desire. Unfortunately, the price has increased as well for the higher end cases. They can cost up to $200 dollars or more depending on the size, material, and brand name. A good chunk of consumers really... continued.

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