Review Index Page 27

  • OCZ Sabre OLED Gaming Keyboard review

    If you are not in the mood of buying a $1,500 full-color OLED keyboard (neither are we), OCZ recently released their Sabre OLED Gaming Keyboard, which features a bank of nine programmable OLED keys and a significantly cheaper price tag.

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  • ATI Radeon HD 5870 Review

    The new Radeon HD 5870 crushes its predecessor in terms of performance, and will no doubt be a force to be reckoned with even for Nvidia’s upcoming GPUs.

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  • AMD Athlon II X4 620 Processor Review

    Priced at $100, the Athlon II X4 620 is now the world's most affordable quad-core processor, yet it has more than enough grunt to match or beat the Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600.

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  • Mainstream Quad-Core CPU Performance Comparison

    With more powerful quad-core processors becoming mainstream, we find out which CPU (and accompanying platform) provide users with the most value at under $300.

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  • Intel Core i5 750 Processor Review

    The Core i5 750 is Intel's latest quad-core part based on the 'Lynnfield' architecture, which debuts along the new mainstream LGA1156 platform.

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  • Acer Aspire One 11.6" Netbook Review

    Today we'll be looking at a third generation netbook, the Acer Aspire One 751h features a larger, 11.6-inch HD resolution screen, full size keyboard, a more generous 6-cell battery - among other improvements.

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  • Lian-Li LanCool PC-K62 and PC-K56 review

    Lian-Li has launched a spin-off company called 'LanCool' meant to deliver their unique designs at more affordable prices moving away from aluminum and adopting the more traditional SECC steel.

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  • Wolfenstein Graphics Performance In-Depth

    Wolfenstein is id Software's latest gaming title having just hit shelves last week. We bring you a complete set of tests using a range of current graphics cards and some other not so current ones.

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  • Solid State Drive Comparison - Round 2

    A look at four popular mainstream SSD offerings: Corsair P Series 128GB, OCZ Agility 120GB, A-Data S592 128GB and the OCZ Vertex Turbo 120GB.

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  • AMD Phenom II X4 965 Black Edition review

    Without any challenge to present at the Core i7 performance level, AMD is trying to pressure Intel in the value segment before their Core i5 CPUs make it to market.

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  • DFI LANParty UT X58-T3eH8 and JR X58-T3H6 motherboards review

    DFI aims at the enthusiast and gamers market with two X58-based LANParty motherboards. One is their flagship product, the other is a tiny yet power packed mATX mobo.

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  • OCZ Summit 120GB SSD review

    The Summit 120GB means to rival the Intel X25-M and other performance-oriented SSDs while offering a great value for your dollar.

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  • BenQ Joybee GP1 Mini Projector review

    BenQ’s most compact projector is smaller than a Mac Mini yet boasts image sizes up to 80” using a LED light source.

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  • Asus Crosshair III Formula motherboard review

    The performance, stability and overclocking abilities of the Asus Crosshair III Formula make it a noteworthy addition to the current crop of AM3 motherboards.

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  • Synology Disk Station DS-409+ NAS review

    The Disk Station DS-409+ is a powerful NAS server supporting four hard drives, designed to appeal to small-and-medium business users seeking an affordable solution for efficient data sharing and backup.

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  • OCZ Neutrino Do-It-Yourself Netbook Review

    The OCZ Neutrino 10-inch Do-It-Yourself netbook is a barebones offering that nallows users to select and install their own storage, memory and operating system.

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  • MSI X58 Pro-E motherboard review

    The X58 Pro-E is a solid Core i7 motherboard offering, priced at around $200 which is almost as low as X58-based boards will go.

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  • AMD Phenom II X2 550 BE and Athlon II X2 250 review

    The Phenom II X2 sounds really good on paper, being the same processor as the Phenom II X4 955 with just two cores at less than half the price. Also, the Athlon makes a comeback in 45 nanometers.

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  • Averatec 18.4" All-In-One PC review

    The Averatec 18.4-inch All-In-One PC uses the Intel Atom processor to offer a complete and very compact everyday computer system.

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  • Cooler Master HAF 922 Mid Tower ATX case review

    The HAF 922 builds on the success of the original full ATX case, supporting up to 7 large low-RPM fans, tool-less expansion bays and slots, and smart design meant to optimize air flow.

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  • ATI Radeon HD 4890 vs. Nvidia GeForce GTX 275

    Gamers looking to spend some $250 on a new graphics card today have two top choices with the Radeon HD 4890 and the Nvidia GeForce GTX 275.

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  • ATI Radeon HD 4770 review: The $100 Killer GPU?

    The new Radeon HD 4770 is the world’s first 40nm graphics processing unit, aiming to deliver the best possible value in a neat cost-effective package.

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  • AMD Phenom II X4 955 Black Edition review

    The new Phenom II X4 looks as having the potential to be the ultimate upgrade solution for AMD users, giving Core 2 Quads a good run in every possible way.

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  • Solid State Drive Round-up: Intel, OCZ, G.Skill, and Super Talent

    There should be no question that SSD technology is the way of the future, it's just a matter of when this future will become a reality for most consumers.

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  • Aten Laptop USB KVM Switch review

    Rather than calling it a KVM switch, this Aten 'KVM' USB device is more of a wired remote desktop solution.

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  • Asus GeForce ENGTX285 TOP review

    Our performance comparison will put this Asus GTX 285 graphics card against ATI's top offerings, the original GeForce GTX 280, the GTX 260 and the dual-GPU GTX 295.

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  • Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Go! USB Sound Card review

    The Sound Blaster X-Fi Go! brings X-Fi quality audio and EAX HD support to your notebook via a spare USB port.

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  • Asus Rampage II GENE microATX motherboard review

    The Rampage II GENE is easily the most prominent microATX motherboard we have ever seen boasting of a wealth of useful features that cannot be matched by many of today's standard ATX boards.

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  • 5 Beautiful HTPC Cases Reviewed

    As a convergence device, the HTPC can replace DVD/Blu-ray players, CD players, recording devices and various other multimedia entertainment devices.

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  • StarTech 4-in-1 USB VGA Docking Station review

    Besides simplifying multiple USB connections, the docking station can also pass-through your audio and even video output using a single USB port for painless operation.

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