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Kingston HyperX Savage SSD Review: SATA Beast Mode

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M.2’s might get all the ink lately but SATA is still here to stay for a while as a storage staple in modern PC systems. With many budget models now able to reach 500MB sequential read/writes, it might seem like there is little room for ...

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Ozone Rage ST Headset Review: When Budget Actually Means Good

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Despite the stereotype, gamers are social creatures too. Competitive games after all requires another person to play with, but as expressive as some gestures may be such as virtual teabagging, it is not nearly as effective in conveying what you really feel when you shout ...

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Cougar 500K Keyboard Review

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CLICK CLICK CLICK CLICKY CLICK CLICK CLICK CLICK CLACK. Chances are this series of “clicks” and “clacks” have become nothing more than a zoned out part of your life. No, I do not mean the noises coming from under the hood of your car, which ...

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In Win D-Frame Mini Review: When Small Is Just Right

In Win D-Frame Mini

We have all heard the saying “good things come in small packages”. Sometimes this is true while other times it is not even close. With the move to smaller is better in the world of computers, there are times when you have to give something ...

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Enermax Thormax GT Full-Tower Case: Big on Ideas

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Full-tower cases are sought after for the extra room they provide for system building but if size is the only thing they offer then things would get boring fast. With the market as competitive as it is, case manufacturers have begun looking into offering more ...

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Gigabyte GA-Z97MX-Gaming 5 Review

Gigabyte Z97MX-Gaming 5

Long are the days of the SUPER TOWER chassis being the king of the gamers den, in the past few years the SFF (Small Form Factor) has taken over the market. This is not only due to the compact size of mATX and ITX but ...

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Bitspower MSI GTX 970 Full Cover Waterblock Review

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Manufacturers have been building factory overclocked components for a little while now. Asus, EVGA, MSI and Gigabyte all have GPUs that boast higher than reference clock speeds.With higher clock speeds, comes more heat. To deal with the extra heat, fans ramp up and more noise ...

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Silicon Power S80 240GB SATA SSD Review: Bang-for-Buck Option

Silicon Power S80 240GB SSD

With the next installment of the Fast and the Furious movie franchise right around the corner, everybody is feeling the need for speed once again and your computer should not feel left out. Since you cannot feed it Nitrous oxide, you can do the next ...

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Noctua NH-L9x65 CPU Cooler Review: A New Low-Profile King

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Certain limitations are obvious for vertically-challenged heatsinks such as limited thermal management capability but their small size allows for a more flexible compatibility when it comes to fitting in tight spaces. This is why the stock Intel CPU cooler is the default go-to cooler in ...

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PowerColor R9 285 2GB Turbo Duo Review: It Takes Two to Tonga

PowerColor R9 285 TurboDuo

The battle for video card supremacy is an ongoing conflict that rages all year. Prices change constantly, affected by several factors including even non-gaming related activities (such as crypto-currency mining). Performance updates are constant as well, not just in terms of seasonal hardware changes but ...

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