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Sunday, January 31, 2010
Mionix Keid 20 Headphones reviewed in Metku.net
"The names for Mionix products are borrowed from visible stars on the sky, so lets dive in and see if that's enough to keep their products"

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Saturday, January 30, 2010
Mountain Mods Ascension Crystal Ship CYO Case @ techPowerUp
"The Mountain Mods "Ascension Create Your Own" Series cases promise to be the ultimate customizable case for the PC enthusiast. The new Crystal Ship version offers acrylic panels to show off your PC's inner workings. The optional new XL-ATX motherboard tray can easily house the new ten slot enthusiast motherboards. Just how customizable is it and what new options is MountainMods offering?"

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Friday, January 29, 2010
ASUS P7P55 WS SuperComputer Motherboard @ Bjorn3D
"There are many motherboards out there to chose from. One of the biggest questions out there is, which motherboard should I chose if I'm looking for a reliable, stable, and powerful motherboard for audio, video, 3D modeling/animation and photo editing? These tasks are usually very demanding on all parts of the system from the CPU to the memory to even the hard drives."

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Diamond Radeon HD 5750 OC Video Card Review @ Legit Reviews
"Today we have the opportunity to look at the Diamond Radeon HD5750 OC video card. There are a few features about this card that break away from the reference design. The first thing I noticed when looking at the card is that it uses a bright red PCB. Possibly the most important feature, though, is the speed of the card. It comes overclocked from the factory. It also uses a third party cooler in order to reduce noise and temperatures..."

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Intel Core i3 530 Clarkdale On Linux
"Earlier this month Intel rolled out their new Clarkdale processors that are built on a 32nm process and making them rather unique is that integrated on the dual-core Westmere-based part is an integrated graphics processor. The Clarkdale CPUs launched under the Core i3 and Core i5 brands (along with a Pentium version) and since their launch have received favorable reviews, well, under Windows. We have now received our Core i3 processor and have carried out various processor benchmarks under Linux to see how well Clarkdale runs with the penguins."

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PowerColor Radeon HD5850 PCS+ Video Card @ Benchmark Reviews
"NVIDIA and AMD build such great products that it's not always easy for their partners to improve upon the initial design. A perfect example is the ATI Radeon HD 5850, which has earned accolades from consumers and critics alike. While the original ATI design worked well, there's always room for improvement. Offering a robust PCS+ (Professional Cooling System Plus) feature that adds better thermal management over the Cypress GPU, the PowerColor Radeon HD5850 is designed with overclocker enthusiasts in mind. Delivered with a factory overclock, Benchmark Reviews tests the HD5850 PCS+ AX5850-1GBD5-PPDHG model against the original reference ATI design, and a large collection of competing graphics cards."

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Thursday, January 28, 2010
HIS Radeon HD 5770 Videocard Review @ Tweaknews
"The HD5770 seems to be a sweet spot for the gamer who wants a decent card that would still be a performance upgrade even over a HD48XX card and achieve the sought after full DX11 support. With HIS's version, the card come right out of the box with a full DX11 game and allows the gamer to buy the card, download the free game and actually use their card without much of a wait."

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Noctua NH-U12P SE2 CPU Cooler Review @ Legit Reviews
"Back in February of 2008 we had our first encounter with Noctua and their (at that time) flagship cooler, the NH-U12P. This cooler was initially release with LGA775 and AM2 platforms in mind. Since its release there have been new sockets come to market. When Intel released the LGA1366 socket, Noctua released a new version of their SecuFirm mounting system and a dual fan version of the NH-U12P, the NH-U12P SE. Now with the release of the LGA1156 socket Noctua has again updated their cooler mounting system to accommodate the new socket and released a new version of the NH-U12P, the NH-U12P SE2. The NH-U12P SE2 is the same cooler that was released back in 2008; it just has the updated mounting system and a couple of extra accessories that the first release didn’t have..."

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G-Cube IB-990T Crystal Beats Earbud Headphones Review @ Tweaknews
"It's not often that one can boast about their set of ear buds sporting Swarovski crystals, so that alone make the Crystal Beats line worth checking out. The design is unique and feminine, so ladies, I wouldn't worry about your husband or boyfriend trying to swipe them from you. It's not all about looks though – sound quality is also excellent."

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Wednesday, January 27, 2010
A-Data T907 Jack Skellington 8GB Flash Drive @ techPowerUp
"A-DATA continues their Disney licensed series with the T907 Jack Skellington flash drive. Inspired by the movie 'Tim Burton’s The Night before Christmas', we take a close look at Jack to see if he brings joy or quiver to our hearts."

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PNY VERTO GeForce GT 240 Video Card Review @ Legit Reviews
"Today we are looking at PNY's newest video card, based on the GT215 core, their VERTO GeForce GT 240. It is basically an NVIDIA reference design from the heatsink to the specifications (standard all around), but we shall see how it does against a similar reference card as well as other cards in its class."

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SilverStone Grandia GD04
"While we have a passion for Linux benchmarking, drivers, and delivering all sorts of performance metrics on Phoronix, once in a while it's enjoyable taking a break from that usual spin to look at other hardware components. In particular, checking out the latest computer cases from SilverStone Technology is usually the preferred choice. SilverStone has been around for seven years now yet they continue putting out some of the best and most innovative products on the market, with cases, power supplies, coolers, and other products. Their computer cases are among the best and the Temjin TJ10 and Raven RV02 have been personal favorites but they have dozens of other enclosures that range from low-profile SFF boxes to large towers. Back in October the Grandia GD03 was reviewed, but SilverStone has since sent out the Grandia GD04 to be tested, which is the focus of today's review."

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Asus P7P55D-E Pro @ Bjorn3D
"Boards with Sata 3 and USB 3.0 have been flooding the market so fast that it's hard to keep up. We've tested Sata 3 and USB 3.0, and the results have been pretty sweet. Especially with USB 3.0 running as fast as a lot of internal hard drives that we've seen. The board prices have been pretty reasonable but until now Asus has limited the boards to high end models, hence higher priced boards. The Asus P7P55D-E Pro is almost an exception to the pricier Asus offerings. Hitting the $200 price range, it's a little more than some people would like to pay but the board extrudes quality and overclockability so the price is justified."

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Thermaltake V1 AX CPU Cooler Review @ Tweaknews
"In 2008, Thermaltake released the V1 CPU Cooler which had great features and aesthetics which made it an interesting cooler. Now, Thermaltake has released a revised cooler and named it the V1 AX. The main difference between these coolers is the material. The V1 AX is made of aluminum fins and a copper base while the V1 is made entirely of copper."

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Tuesday, January 26, 2010
ProlimaTech MK-13 Video Card Cooler @ Benchmark Reviews
"ProlimaTech holds the crown for best CPU cooler here at Benchmark Reviews with the Megahalems. They have also surprised a lot of review websites with their PK1 thermal compound. All of these things are a massive feat for a company that was founded just 2 years ago. It comes as no surprise that ProlimaTech have now ventured into another field within the PC enthusiast market: VGA cooling. Introducing the MK-13 VGA cooler, ProlimaTech's first entry into what is a steadily growing market, Weighing in at 555g it's no baby, and has six heatpipes to transfer heat to the uniquely designed heatsink fins. The ProlimaTech MK-13 comes with nearly universal compatibility and future proofing for video cards. Many consider Thermalright to hold the crown here, but I get the feeling that ProlimaTech won't settle for second best. Join me as Benchmark Reviews examines and tests the ProlimaTech MK-13."

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AMD 65W Quand and Dual Core Processors: Phenom II X4 910e and Athlon II X2 255 @ Bjorn3D
"AMD has made a good come back with the Phenon II processor. Despite the fact that the processor is still not able to compete against Intel Core i7 processors, AMD hangs there and gives a good fight against the Core 2 processors. To stay competitive, AMD has launched the first sub $100 quad core processor and released many low power variant quad core processors."

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MSI R5670-PMD1G Radeon HD 5670 1 GB @ techPowerUp
"MSI's new R5670-PMD1G is one of the few HD 5670 cards that come with 1 GB of video memory, as opposed to 512 MB on most other designs. This review will answer whether there is any point in 1 GB of memory on a card like the HD 5670 or if 512 MB is enough."

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Kingston 128GB V+ Series SNV325-S2 SSD Review @ Legit Reviews
"Kingston Technology's second generation of their SSDNow V+ Series of SSDs performed very well and was stutter free no matter what the task was that we threw at it on the desktop or in our notebook. The Kingston SSDNow V+ was said to have sequential read speeds of up to 230MB/sec. and write speeds of up to 180MB/sec. We were able to meet or exceed those rated speeds when using benchmarks like ATTO..."

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Monday, January 25, 2010
Silverstone Fortress FT02 System Enclosure Review in Metku.net
"By the look of things, it's very much the same chassis as the Raven 2 reviewed earlier, but aimed at a bit different target audience."

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AMD Athlon II X3 440 & X4 635 @ Bjorn3D
"Many of us have been severly hit by the slacking economy, and have less money to spend on our computer upgrades. AMD is here to help with thier Athlon II line of CPU's. The Athlon II's have the same great archetexture (K10.5) as their Phenom II counterparts. This means the CPU will be able to process information just as fast as the Phenom II CPUs. The only major difference between the Athlon II and Phenom II lineup is the lack of L3 cahce on the Athlon II CPUs. In the real world this proves to be a small advantage in the Phenom II's favor, but the Athon II is not far behind the Phenom II even with this disadvantage."

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Fedora, Debian, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, OpenSolaris Benchmarks
"Last week we published the first Debian GNU/kFreeBSD benchmarks that compared the 32-bit and 64-bit performance of this Debian port -- that straps the FreeBSD kernel underneath a Debian GNU user-land -- to Debian GNU/Linux. We have now extended that comparison to put many other operating systems in a direct performance comparison to these Debian GNU/Linux and Debian GNU/kFreeBSD snapshots of 6.0 Squeeze to Fedora 12, FreeBSD 7.2, FreeBSD 8.0, OpenBSD 4.6, and OpenSolaris 2009.06."

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Asus P6X58D @ Bjorn3D
"The X58 chipset is currently the flagship of Intel's chipset line, but it was lacking a couple of key features due to its launch date. These where of course SATA 3 and USB 3. This is no longer true thanks to Asus. They have put a SATA 3 Controler onboard as well as adding two USB 3 ports on the back of the motherboard. This gives the X58 chipset a much needed modernization, since its little brother the P55 already has these features. If you happen to not be an Asus fan then you will have other options as well. Gigabyte plans to have a new X58 board out that will also support these features."

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Cooler Master ATCS 840 @ techPowerUp
"The Cooler Master ATCS 840 revives the line of cases which essentially made the brand so popular in 2001. It will be interesting to see if the chassis is worthy to carry such an illustrious name and if it can light that same spark of awe and respect for the now established brand."

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NesteQ ASM Xzero 600w PSU Review @ XtremeComputing
"For this review I will be looking at a power supply from a company that must admit I am unfamiliar with and that company is Nesteq and the power supply under review is the Nesteq ASM Xzero 600w. The ASM Xzero 600w comes to us via our friends at Quiet PC so I have every faith that it is nothing but a very high quality item."

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Xigmatek Balder SD1283 CPU Cooler Review @ Tweaknews
"Xigmatek's Balder SD 1283 CPU cooler has it all covered. It's got outstanding cooling performance, a distinctive look, an innovative direct touch design and mounting solutions that are second to none. Xigmatek has done a great job with the Balder, offering the PC enthusiast community top-notch performance in a well-engineered product with excellent fit and finish."

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Gen-2 Kingston SSDNowV+ Series SSD SNV325 @ Benchmark Reviews
"Solid State Drive technology is developed for two groups of users: large-scale Enterprise environments and individual end-users. Kingston Technology has been in the business of satisfying enthusiasts and gamers for many years, and their SSDNow series of NAND-flash storage products has been the affordable solution for system upgrades. In this article, Benchmark Reviews introduces the second-generation Kingston SSDNowV+ Solid State Drive series. Based on the high-performance Toshiba T6UG1XBG processor, the Kingston SSDNowV+ SNV325-S2 delivers native TRIM support with a maximum rated read speed of 230MBps and write-to bandwidth peaking at 180MBps."

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AMD Phenom II X4 910e 2.6GHz 65W TDP Processor Review @ Legit Reviews
"The AMD Phenom II 910e is a Quad-core processor that features the Deneb core. The predecessor to the Phenom II 910e was the 905e. The Phenom II 905e has the same bus speed as the Phenom II 910e, but the multiplier was x12.5 while the Phenom II 910e has a x13 multiplier. That small bump in the multiplier is what accounts for the 100MHz difference in the two processors. That means that the AMD Phenom II X4 910e has a final clock frequency of 2.6GHz with 2MB of L2 and 6MB of L3 cache. Not bad specifications for a processor that has a TDP that is nearly half the Wattage used on other popular Phenom II X4 processors!"

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Saturday, January 23, 2010
SanDisk 8GB Gaming Memory Stick Micro (M2) for Sony PSP Go @ Legit Reviews
"Today, we look at the 8GB version of the SanDisk Memory Stick Micro (M2) designed specifically for Sony’s PlayStation Portable Go or PSPGo handheld electronic gaming system. The SanDisk M2 is not only an ultra-small IC recording media designed for the PSPGo, but it is also designed to work for the growing storage needs of highly compact, multifunctional mobile phones and cameras. The M2 card that we have today is designed to offer an easy way of storing downloadable games, movies, TV shows, pictures, comics, and music. Our package included a Memory Stick Micro M2 to Memory Stick PRO Duo adapter which allows gamers to go back and forth between Memory Stick M2 and Memory Stick Duo compatible slots..."

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Friday, January 22, 2010
INEO 3.5 @ Bjorn3D
"There is one thing that we can not have to much of when pertaining to our computers, disk space. We keep wanting and needing more and more space to house all of our software or to stire all of our precious data files. A HDD enclosure also allows users to transport large files from one computer to another computer effortlessy as well as allow users to revitalize and use older HDD's that otherwise would just get thrown away or forgotten."

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ECS NVIDIA GeForce GT 240 512MB
"A month after NVIDIA launched the GeForce GT 220 graphics card they rolled out the GeForce GT 240, to further fill the performance void between the GT216-based GT 220 and the GeForce GTS 250 that had been around since March. The $100 GeForce GT 240 has received some praise for its low-power consumption while delivering a decent level of performance for being a mid-range graphics card, but of course, those reviews have been when tested under Microsoft Windows. We finally have our hands on a GeForce GT 240 graphics card from the folks over at ECS Elitegroup to see how this GT215 graphics card performs under Linux."

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Toshiba T6UG1XBG SSD Controller @ Benchmark Reviews
"Just over two years ago there were only five companies involved in Solid State Drive technology, and as of January 2010 there are nearly 140 names in the business. In this article Benchmark Reviews inspects the Toshiba T6UG1XBG Solid State Drive controller, which is used in the third-generation Kingston SSDNow V+ SNV325. The Toshiba T6UG1XBG SSD controller is a 43nm part, with a maximum rated read speed of 230MBps and write-to performance peaking at 180MBps."

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Thursday, January 21, 2010
Powercolor HD 5770 PCS+ @ techPowerUp
"PowerColor has sent us their new Radeon HD 5770 PCS+ which is an overclocked version of the HD 5770, featuring a custom PCB design and thermal solution by PowerColor. Thanks to PowerColor's changes, the card can manage a reduced power consumption, which is even lower than the AMD reference design, resulting in a leading performance per Watt score."

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HIS Radeon HD 5870 Video Card Performance Review @ Legit Reviews
"When it comes to gaming frame-rates can make or break the quality of the experience. Despite the fact that the pair of XFX GTX 260 Black Editions did score higher on most of the benchmarks, I do think the HIS Radeon HD5870 may be the better choice if torn between those two choice. As demonstrated in Colin McRae: DiRT 2 SLI doesn't always improve performance. In fact having SLI enabled we can actually see a hit in performance in DiRT 2. That is just one of many games that may experience an effect like that. Add to that the fact that you cut down the overall power consumption of your computer by nearly 200 Watts, in my opinion it is a clear choice. Don't forget to consider the fact that the ATI Radeon 5000 series is currently the only DirectX 11 platform if you are looking to get the best visual experience in the latest DirectX 11 games..."

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2010 CES: Computer Technology Highlights @ Benchmark Reviews
"The International Consumer Electronics Show offers a vast and overwhelming panoply of products, with exhibitors ranging from tiny, two-man booths from unknown Taiwanese companies to 4+ acre spreads from Microsoft and Intel. In addition to CES exhibits in the Las Vegas Convention Center, vendors have invitation-only hospitality suites set up in various hotels around the Strip. With over 2,700 exhibitors from more than 140 countries, you're not going to see everything even if you spend every waking moment traipsing the show floor. What follows is a list of things which caught my eye, or that I thought were technically cool; it's in no way comprehensive, or even very organized, but should give you some idea of what the show was like."

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Wednesday, January 20, 2010
NVIDIA GF100 Fermi Architecture and Performance Preview @ Legit Reviews
"In the PC Game Dark Void the average FPS was 77FPS on the GF100 prototype video card and 38FPS on the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285 at a resolution of 1920x1200. From this benchmark we can see that a single GF100 prototype card is nearly twice as fast when compared to a single GeForce GTX 285 when it comes to the average frame rate..."

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FW: Cheiftec BT-02B Mini ITX enclosure Review @ XtremeComputing
"For this review I will be looking at a new product from a very well-known and respected pc hardware manufacturer. That manufacturer is Chieftec and the product under review is the first mini itx case made by Chieftec, the Chieftec BT-02B."

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Cheiftec BT-02B Mini ITX enclosure Review @ XtremeComputing
"For this review I will be looking at a new product from a very well-known and respected pc hardware manufacturer. That manufacturer is Chieftec and the product under review is the first mini itx case made by Chieftec, the Chieftec BT-02B."

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Thermaltake SpinQ VT @ Bjorn3D
"Thermaltake has been in the CPU cooler game since just about as long as CPU coolers began to aftermarket. They tend to have a lot of non-standard coolers that feature as much style and flair as they do performance. The Thermaltake SpinQ VT is the successor to the popular Thermaltake SpinQ we reviewed a while back, see the SpinQ review here."

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Thermaltake SpinQ VT CPU Cooler Review @ Tweaknews
"The Thermaltake SpinQ VT is nothing short of impressive. With an impressive body design and heatpipe layout the SpinQ VT is a rock solid cooler. With easy installation, exceptional cooling, and a decent price of $59.99 it's definitely worth taking a look at."

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SandForce SF1500 Enterprise SSD Processor @ Benchmark Reviews
"The SandForce SF1500 SSD processor is an Enterprise-class Solid State Drive technology that powers products such as the OCZ Vertex-2 Pro. With a potential top-speed of 260 MBps read and write bandwidth, the SandForce SF1500-based SSD series will push SATA-II to the limit. In this article Benchmark Reviews investigates the technology behind the SandForce SF1500 SSD processor, and tests bandwidth speed and IOPS performance."

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Tuesday, January 19, 2010
MSI P55-GD80 Motherboard for LGA1156 CPUs reviewed in Metku.net
"The GD80 is one of MSIs top offering for the users that want to use the newest LGA1156 socket CPUs."

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LSI MegaRAID SATA and SAS 9260-8i RAID Card Review @ Legit Reviews
"Besides the small file random read/write the LSI 9260-8i surpassed the Adaptec 5805 in nearly all the SSD tests while the two cards were roughly equal in the HDD tests. What really helps the LSI 9260-8i is the SAS/SATA 6Gbps support enabling maximum performance on upcoming storage drives. This will be quite important with SATA 6Gbps SSDs easily pushing 500MB/s in sequential reads. It is a close call between the two cards but consideration must also be taken regarding firmware maturity. The Adaptec 5805 has been on the market for a while but the LSI 9260-8i is still relatively immature. There is a possibility that the small file random read/write performance could be bolstered, making the Adaptec 5805 effectively obsolete..."

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LSI MegaRAID SATA and SAS 9260-8i RAID Card Review @ Legit Reviews
"Besides the small file random read/write the LSI 9260-8i surpassed the Adaptec 5805 in nearly all the SSD tests while the two cards were roughly equal in the HDD tests. What really helps the LSI 9260-8i is the SAS/SATA 6Gbps support enabling maximum performance on upcoming storage drives. This will be quite important with SATA 6Gbps SSDs easily pushing 500MB/s in sequential reads. It is a close call between the two cards but consideration must also be taken regarding firmware maturity. The Adaptec 5805 has been on the market for a while but the LSI 9260-8i is still relatively immature. There is a possibility that the small file random read/write performance could be bolstered, making the Adaptec 5805 effectively obsolete..."

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Intel Core i5 661 3.33 GHz @ techPowerUp
"Intel's new Core i5 661 processor combines graphics controller, memory controller, PCI-Express interface and a Dual Core all inside one compact processor package. Utilizing Intel's latest 32 nm process there is quite some added potential for power saving and overclocking, but is the integrated chipset up to the task too?"

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The Performance Of EXT4 Then & Now
"Over the past week there has been a lot of talk about the EXT4 file-system following the announcement that Google is migrating their EXT2 file-systems to EXT4. Their reasons for this transition to EXT4 are attributed to the easy migration process and Google engineers are pleased with this file-system's performance. However, as we mentioned in that news post last week and in many other articles over the past weeks and months, EXT4 is not as great of a contender as it was in the past, well, for some tests at least. The performance of the EXT4 file-system commonly goes down with new kernel releases and not up, as kernel developers continue to introduce new safeguards to address potential data loss problems that initially plagued some EXT4 users. For our latest EXT4 benchmarks we have numbers that show this file-system's performance using a vanilla 2.6.28 kernel (when EXT4 was marked as stable) and then every major kernel release up through the latest Linux 2.6.33 release candidate."

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VisionTek 5750 @ Bjorn3D
"Whats better then just having one single sub 150USD powerful video card? Well the answer of coarse is, having two powerful sub 150 USD video cards. The 5750 video cards, have proven themselves to provide any one the performance and overclockability that is on a rather tight budget."

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Cooler Master Gladiator 600 Computer Case Review @ Tweaknews
"With the Gladiator 600 chassis, Cooler Master has a very nice addition to their mid range, mid tower product line. They've managed to incorporate a great looking exterior with good cooling and a functional interior for a cost of around $70 US. Getting a case to market with these features at this pricepoint is no mean feat, and involves some compromises, but I like what Cooler Master chose to compromise on to cut costs with this chassis."

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Monday, January 18, 2010
Microsoft LifeCam Cinema 720p HD-Webcam @ Benchmark Reviews
"Webcams are rapidly becoming a very popular item. In fact, webcams were one of the most popular electronic items purchased for the 2009 holiday season. Microsoft has long been a competitor when it comes to webcams and with the release of the Microsoft LifeCam Cinema 720p HD Webcam H5D-00001 they may have placed themselves on top of the market. With Skype, Windows Live Messenger, and even Google Video Chat becoming communications tools that are an easy and fun way to stay in contact with our friends and families, people are beginning to expect more from their webcams. The blurry, choppy video that doesn't match up with the audio is a thing of the past. Now Microsoft is introducing HD Video to the mix, offering high definition resolutions up to 720p with their new LifeCam Cinema. In this article Benchmark Reviews takes a detailed look at the Microsoft LifeCam Cinema in order to bring you the latest information on the newest webcam technologies."

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SteelSeries Kinzu Optical Gaming Mouse @ techPowerUp
"SteelSeries' all new optical gaming mouse is put to the test. The Kinzu mouse features the latest generation optical sensor, but can it even begin to compete with the new generation of laser sensor powered mice? We put the mouse to the test and see how well it fair against more modern offerings."

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Benchmarking Debian's GNU/kFreeBSD
"There has been an effort underway within the Debian development community to pull the FreeBSD kernel within this distribution to provide an alternative to using the Linux kernel. In essence with this Debian GNU/kFreeBSD project you have the standard Debian package set providing a GNU user-land with a GNU C library, but the FreeBSD kernel is running underneath. The Debian project has also been working on Debian GNU/Hurd to effectively do the same thing but with the GNU Mach microkernel. But unlike Debian GNU/Hurd, with the release of Debian 6.0"

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Kingston HyperX 4GB Kit 1600MHz (KHX1600C8D3K2/4GX) @ Bjorn3D
"With Intel's 1156 platform making its way into enthusiast's hearts, dual channel has since become the budget builder's memory channel priority. Lacking a triple channel memory controller, Intel's 1156 Socket CPU's include a newly integrated dual channel memory controller that happens to respond surprisingly well to overclocking."

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Zotac IONITX-F-E Mini ITX Mobo Review @ XtremeComputing
"For this review I am going to be looking at a brand new product from a company that, in the bigger scheme of things, is a relative newcomer to the PC hardware scene. Nonetheless they have made a name for themselves in a relative short space of time. The company is Zotac and the product I will be looking at is one of their mini itx Ion motherboards, the IONITX-F-E. Never having used an Atom / Ion motherboard before I am eager to see how it performs."

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Xigmatek Lighter 60Gb Portable Pocket Hard Drive Review @ Tweaknews
"With so many portable hard drives currently on the market, competition is fierce and consumers are always on the lookout for the best bang for the buck. The Xigmatek Lighter is a stylish, low cost option that easily stands out. Not only does it look like an actual lighter, it's not much larger than one and provides an impressive 60GB of storage that fits in your pocket."

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NVIDIA GF100 GPU Fermi Graphics Architecture @ Benchmark Reviews
"NVIDIA's latest GPU is codenamed GF100, and is the first graphics processor based on the Fermi architecture. In this article, Benchmark Reviews explains the technical architecture behind NVIDIA's GF100 graphics processor and offers an insight into upcoming Fermi-based GeForce video cards. For those who are not familiar, NVIDIA's GF100 GPU is their first graphics processor to support DirectX-11 hardware features such as tessellation and DirectCompute, while also adding heavy particle and turbulence effects. The GF100 GPU is also the successor to the GT200 graphics processor, which launched in the GeForce GTX 280 video card. NVIDIA has since redefined their focus, and GF100 proves a dedication towards next generation gaming effects such as raytracing, order-independent transparency, and fluid simulations. Rest assured, the new GF100 GPU is more powerful than the GT200 could ever be, and early results indicate a Fermi-based video card delivers far more than twice the gaming performance over a GeForce GTX-280."

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Sunday, January 17, 2010
NVIDIA GeForce GF100 Architecture @ techPowerUp
"After months-long DirectX 11 extravaganza by AMD, it seems to be time when NVIDIA declares itself to have a competing GPU, based on its spanking-new Fermi GPU architecture. The GeForce Fermi 100 (GF100) is promising to take over the legacy built by its ancestors, the G80 and GT200, to become yet another monster high-performance silicon which will reignite competition in the upper-quadrant of the market. We look at what NVIDIA is putting on offer, before we get to test NVIDIA's assertions."

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Lacie iamaKey 8 GB Flash Drive @ techPowerUp
"Lacie's latest line-up of flash drives mashes design and ultimate convenience into one great product. Shaped just like a traditional key and with a capacity of up to 32 GB, this may well be the last flash drive you will ever place on your key chain."

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Saturday, January 16, 2010
Design Your Own HIS Radeon HD 5870 Video Card Contest @ Legit Reviews
"The coolest part about this contest is that this is for a yet to be announced custom designed Radeon HD 5870! HIS didn't stop there though as they will be giving away a Radeon HD 5770 for second place and then ATI will be giving away a copy of Dirt2 for third place. Given that HIS hasn't even announced this board yet, and that the heatsink sticker die cut was just finalized yesterday we feel that this contest is pretty damn awesome. So, what do you need to do? You need to brush up your photoshop or fireworks skills! If you don't have one of those applications you can print out the die cut and color it in with pencil, crayons, marker or colored pencils scan it and post it back here on the forums!"

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Friday, January 15, 2010
Ubuntu 10.04 Alpha 2 Benchmarks
"With Ubuntu 10.04 Alpha 2 having made it out yesterday, we couldn't resist but to run some new benchmarks of the Lucid Lynx after our original tests last month found Ubuntu 10.04 was off to a poor performance start. In some areas the performance of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Alpha 2 remains lower than in Ubuntu 9.10 -- largely due to performance regressions upstream in the Linux kernel -- but we have also included some very early performance numbers from Fedora 13."

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Ultra X4 500 watt PSU @ Bjorn3D
"For many of you 500 watts is plenty enough. Instead of investing more money for a higher wattage PSU, you can spend less, and still get the power you need, but spend more money in other places. In the current economic times this can be the difference between a low end graphics card and a mid range one. Thus your gaming experience will be much more enjoyable. If you fall into this category then you can finally breath easy, for Ultra has your back."

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LanCool Dragon Lord PC-K58W Computer Case @ Benchmark Reviews
"LanCool's line of Dragon Lord computer cases offer two great advantages over many competitors. The first is the amount of customization they provide in choosing a stock model. Rather than simply providing one high end case and one low end case they provide options for several intermediate levels. The second advantage offered by LanCool is their tool-less designs. Many tool-less designs of the past have suffered from compatibility or usability problems. LanCool uses a fresh approach to alleviate the problems of the past while still providing the option to fall back on conventional installation. Benchmark Reviews recently reviewed the PC-K56W which offers snap-in hard drive assemblies. We now bring you the PC-K58W which extends the tool-less design, offers more space, more features, and more room to upgrade."

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Thursday, January 14, 2010
HIS Radeon HD 5670 IceQ 512 MB @ techPowerUp
"Today AMD announced the availability of their Radeon HD 5670 Series. HIS has chosen to design a custom PCB and uses an Arctic Cooling thermal solution to keep their card cool. Even though it uses an active fan, the card is easily one of the quietest cards on the market, underlining its potential media PC use."

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ATI Radeon HD5670 HDMI Video Card Review @ Benchmark Reviews
"ATI has gone and cut their latest 40nm GPU in half again, given it a new name, and released a brand new video card that smacks the competition around. Just four months after the release of their first 5xxx series video card (and two million unit sales later...), ATI is releasing the sixth iteration of DX11-capable hardware. The new card uses the exact same architecture as the HD58xx and HD57xx series; ATI basically cut the Juniper chip to get hardware specs somewhere below the HD5750. How far below is what we need to find out and Benchmark Reviews is pleased to offer you the results of our extensive testing."

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Wednesday, January 13, 2010
ASRock ION 330HT-BD Blu-ray NetTop
"Back in July of last year we were one of the first to review the ASRock NetTop ION 330, which was the first Atom-based"

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OCZ Black Edition DDR3 Memory Kit OCZ3BE1600C8LV4GK @ BmR
"There is no shortage of DDR3 memory in the marketplace these days, and it's priced lower than DDR2 in many cases. As always though, the choices to be made when selecting RAM for a system can be confusing. There are a lot of kits currently available that are "optimized" for Intel i5 and i7 systems, and now OCZ has released two new low voltage kits that are designed to complement the AMD Black Edition series of CPUs. Both sets of DIMMs are specified at 1600 MHz; one at CL7 timings, and the other at CL8. They are both rated to run these speeds at 1.65v. In this article Benchmark Reviews will examine how a dual-channel kit of CL8 modules, optimized for an AMD 790FX platform, performs at a variety of speeds and timings."

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Tuesday, January 12, 2010
CES 2010: SilverStone Mini-ITX Sugo SG07 Prototype Chassis @ Legit Reviews
"On display at the SilverStone booth at CES was an array of their latest offerings being showcased for the attendees. One item of particular interest was their prototype mini-ITX chassis Sugo SG07. Why the interest? Take a look at the video Legit Reviews took of Silverstone Product Manager Tony Ou providng a product overview and you'll see that they have managed to fit the 12.2"

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OCZ Zee 4GB
"A few weeks back we reviewed the Corsair Flash Voyager 32GB. This 32GB flash drive was very nice just like Corsair's other flash memory products and it boasted an impressive capacity with great read/write speeds, but its price at over $100 USD is not for everyone. For those that can make do with a smaller capacity and are looking to just spend a few dollars in comparison, there is the OCZ Zee. The Zee flash drive is available in capacities up to 16GB, has a more conventional housing, and is backed by a two year warranty (in comparison to Corsair's ten-year backing), but the prices for the Zee USB 2.0 drivers are much more affordable."

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Best CPU Cooler Performance AMD Socket AM3 Preview @ BmR
"AMD Phenom II Black Edition CPU's have been a popular choice for enthusiasts and budget-conscious overclockers lately, and Benchmark Reviews decided it was time to focus on AMD in one of our Best CPU Cooler Performance series. In this preview article, Benchmark Reviews tests several CPU coolers on the AM3 socket for the AMD Phenom-II platform. An overclocked AMD Phenom II X4 965 "Black Edition" processor was used (original 125W version), and given a heart-warming 1.55 volts to the vCore so it could reach 4000MHz (4GHz) stable. The heat produced at 1.55V caused at least one product to earn high marks in our tests, while another fell so far below respectible performance that it pains us to expose it."

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Monday, January 11, 2010
FW: Inno3D NVIDIA GT240 i-Chill Review @ XtremeComputing
"Today I am going to be taking a look at a product from a very well known name in the world of graphics cards. The manufacturer is Inno3d and the product I will be reviewing is a new card from them in the shape of a GT240. One of their mid range overclocked cards from the iChill range, so whilst I know it's not top end stuff I am still expecting some reasonable results."

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Crucial Ballistx 1600 Tracers @ Bjorn3D
"Since Intel started to put the memory controller on die of the CPU (IMC, Integrated Memory Controller), I have seen a lot of the same frequency of memory perform almost identical to each another. Especially if that memory is in the 1066-1600MHz range. So the only thing left for memory manufacturers to do to set one apart from the other, is adding different types of heatspreaders, lowering the required volts of the memory itself, which adds that extra little bit of visual stimuli."

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Inno3D NVIDIA GT240 i-Chill Review @ XtremeComputing
"Today I am going to be taking a look at a product from a very well known name in the world of graphics cards. The manufacturer is Inno3d and the product I will be reviewing is a new card from them in the shape of a GT240. One of their mid range overclocked cards from the iChill range, so whilst I know it's not top end stuff I am still expecting some reasonable results."

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AZZA Helios 910R ATX Mid Tower Gaming Case Review @ Legit Reviews
"All the computers in my house are either Dells or HPs except for one. This one is a special computer that I built about two years ago and have been thinking about upgrading only recently. Since I don’t have money to run out and purchase all the parts at once, I decided to build it one piece at a time, starting with the case. The chosen case for my project is the AZZA Helios 910R. With an ultra-efficient cooling system, an awesome black on red color scheme, lots of room for drive expansion and a price starting at $79.99, this case has promising future for any PC enthusiast..."

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Sunday, January 10, 2010
CES 2010: OCZ Vertex 2, Z-Drive P88 and USB 3.0 SSDs @ Legit Reviews
"OCZ is planning a few different PCIe x8 based SSD's, one of which is capable speeds of up to 1400MB/s read and 1500MB/s write! Dubbed the Z-Drive s88, it will be available at 512GB and 1TB. Pictured above is the Z-Drive p88, it is capable of up to 1300MB/s read and 1200MB/s write. It will also be available in sizes of 512GB and 1TB..."

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Razer Imperator Gaming Mouse reviewed in Metku.net
"Ever since the first appearance of gaming mice, Razer has without a doubt been one of the largest names. Ever since their first models they've been pumping out successful models one after another, and this time their newcomer - the Imperator - came to our tests."

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Saturday, January 9, 2010
CES 2010 Day 5 Coverage: Zalman / Thermaltake @ Tweaknews
"Day 5 of our CES 2010 coverage showing our experiences at the Zalman and Thermaltake CES 2010 press suites. Click and find out what's new for 2010."

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CES 2010 DAY 4 COVERAGE: COOLER MASTER / CHOIXX, ANTEC, XIGMATEK AND MSI @ Tweaknews
"Check out Day 4 of our CES 2010 coverage showing our experiences at the Cooler Master / Choixx, Antec, Xigmatek and MSI."

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CES 2010: Cooler Master V6 and V6 GT Heat Sinks @ Legit Reviews
"Continuing to make the rounds here at CES, we dropped by to see Cooler Master at the new Aria Hotel at the Las Vegas City Center. The first item of note from our visit was the Cooler Master V6 GT. This is a reasonably sized heat sink with plenty of cooling power..."

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FW: SteelSeries 5H v2 headset Review @ XtremeComputing
"The P7P55D EVO motherboard from ASUS I am going to test in this review is not the final design, it has some modifications compared to the retail board but the main features are still there. Let's take a look at the review and see what ASUS has to offer with this P55 platform motherboard."

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SteelSeries 5H v2 headset Review @ XtremeComputing
"The P7P55D EVO motherboard from ASUS I am going to test in this review is not the final design, it has some modifications compared to the retail board but the main features are still there. Let's take a look at the review and see what ASUS has to offer with this P55 platform motherboard."

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Friday, January 8, 2010
CES 2010 Day 3 Coverage: In Win, Altec Lansing, Asus, Zalman and Showstoppers @ Tweaknews
"Today we had meetings with In Win, Asus and Zalman along with attending the Showstoppers media event at the Wynn Hotel & Casino. It was a very busy day but everything ran relatively smoothly."

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Gigabyte GA-P55-UD3R @ Bjorn3D
"Gigabyte has long been one of the top manufacturers for the budget minded gamer. Their lower end products carry over many of the features of their bigger brother without the high price tag. The UD3 series is no different. The UD3 series can really be considered the best mix between budget and high end. The board features Crossfire, and many other features you would expect to see on a high end board, yet the board's price is well below many high end boards."

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Thursday, January 7, 2010
CES 2010 Day 2 Coverage: Samsung, Panasonic & Digital Experience @ Tweaknews
"Digital Experience was much like what I experienced at CES Unveiled but being twice as large. Jackie and I hit the floor hard to find out about the new products for 2010 and to acquire and refresh our press relationships with several key companies."

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Thermaltake Element V @ techPowerUp
"The Element V is the largest case in Thermaltake's series intended for the professional user. The case features large fans with selectable lighting colors and adjustable rotation speed, all packed into a black and red eATX full tower case."

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CES 2010: NVIDIA Shows GeForce GF100 Fermi Video Card @ Legit Reviews
"With the 2010 edition of CES kicking off tomorrow, we headed to the Digital Experience press only event to get a preview of what will be on display this week. While we saw many things that caught our eye, nothing could top the live demo of NVIDIA's upcoming flagship video card. NVIDIA had the GeForce GF100, or Fermi if you like, up and running the Unigine DirectX 11 benchmark Heaven."

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Wednesday, January 6, 2010
ROCCAT ARVO Gaming Keyboard Reviewed in Metku.net
"On the ever-growing gaming peripheral markets there have been lots of manufacturers and even more ideas on how to stand from the crowd, but at the end of the day there are just a couple of real players. One of the big names is Roccat, and this time they have come up with a new keyboard - Arvo."

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Noctua NF-S12B 120mm Case fan Review @ XtremeComputing
"Noctua have a justified reputation of silent, yet powerful cooling. I fell in love with their NF-P12 fans and was wowed by their NH-U12P cooler. Today we are looking at a new fan from Noctua the NF-S12B (specifically the FLX 1200/900/600RPM version). The NF-S12B is an update on their popular NF-S12 Case Fan."

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Cooler Master CM690 II Advanced Midtower Case Review @ Legit Reviews
"Overall, I really like the Cooler Master CM690 II Advanced PC gaming case. It is very easy to work in and on. The ability to remove items from the case that are not needed or to make room for things like dual radiators without cutting up a perfectly good case is a really big plus. The ability to use multiple 120mm or 140mm fans, and combinations thereof, to cool the case is a big plus. I also really liked the overall look of the case. It has simple lines and not an in your face aggressive design, but more blending in and not look out of place in my living room."

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SteelSeries Xai Laser Gaming Mouse @ techPowerUp
"With the launch of the Xai laser mouse SteelSeries aims to take on the competitors with an ambidextrous design coupled with a mere second generation laser sensor. The mouse features a simple yet elegant design and has a driver suite that is well equipped, but is the laser sensor up to the task?"

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CES 2010 Coverage: Introduction, ASUS & CES Unveiled @ Tweaknews
"CES (Consumer Electronics Show) is a gathering of thousands of industry partners, press and manufacturers to facilitate and give media the chance to see developing technology and products while getting manufacturers the press and media attention needed for future growth. Through several different press functions, conferences, keynotes and show floor displays, the stage is set for information to be exchanged, professional relationships to be developed and for getting product marketing exposure."

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Kingston HyperX 1600MHz 12GB Triple Channel (KHX1600C9D3K6/12G) @ Bjorn3D
"With RAM kits we've known for a long time that more RAM is better than less RAM. By that we mean if you have a choice between 3GB and 6GB or even 12GB get as much RAM as you can afford right out of the gate when building or upgrading a system. We've been testing i5 kits with 4 and 8GB and the 8GB kits give you a nice performance edge over 4GB kits. Now we are testing a Kingston HyperX 12GB kit so we are going to run the normal battery of tests on it then split the kit to a 6GB configuration and run some additional tests. So we'll have the same exact kit running in 6 and 12GB configurations in selected tests to show you that more ram is advantageous."

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Cooler Master CM690-II Advanced Case Review @ BmR
"Cooler Master is a brand name that constantly strives to offer the enthusiast community fresh new products with a proven track record. Although the original CM-690 was launched back in August 2007, that chassis still remains a popular choice for do-it-yourself computer system builders even today. Skip to 2010, and Cooler Master launches the CM690-II Advanced mid-tower case to compliment the CM-series enthusiast product line. The new RC-692-KKN2 model improves upon the original design with an updated look, and adds a new list of features fitting of the modern technology landscape. In this article, Benchmark Reviews inspects the Cooler Master CM690-II Advanced Edition performance enclosure and determines just how much has really changed in this sequel."

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Tuesday, January 5, 2010
World-Exclusive: Powercolor HD 5850 PCS+ @ techPowerUp
"Powercolor is the first add-in-board manufacturer to release a completely custom designed Radeon HD 5850. The HD 5850 PCS+ features a revamped cooling solution that offers extremely low temperatures and comfortable noise levels. It also comes with higher clocks out of the box that should give the card an extra performance boost."

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Arctic Cooling Accelero L2 Pro @ Bjorn3D
"With all of these newer videocards come newer GPU coolers. As always Arctic Cooling is one of the first companies to present us a new GPU cooler. Today we are going to look at the Accelero L2 Pro. When I first received this GPU cooler I could have sworn that this was a CPU cooler and not a GPU cooler. When I looked closer at the packaging, I was finally convinced that this was in fact a GPU cooler and not a CPU cooler. Considering most GPU coolers we have been seeing these days are fairly long in length, I was not even remotely expecting a GPU cooler to look like this."

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GIGABYTE GeForce GT-240 HDMI Video Card @ Benchmark Reviews
"As enthusiasts, we're always interested in the latest monster video cards: the expensive, high-end products that blast through benchmarks and play all your games with buttery-smooth frame rates at the highest resolutions with all the settings maxed out- and sucking a not inconsiderable amount of electricity while doing so! But these products represent only a tiny fraction of the number of video cards sold; the low-to-mid-end cards comprise the bulk of the market. Besides, a GTX285 or Radeon 5870 isn't the ideal solution for every situation: considerations from a limited budget to building a small, quiet system come into play. NVIDIA has been filling out the low-middle end of their video card product line lately, and in this article Benchmark Reviews tests the GIGABYTE GV-N240D5-512I video card equipped with with NVIDIA's new GeForce GT240 GPU and 512M of GDDR5 memory."

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Monday, January 4, 2010
Intel I5-661 Clarkdale Socket 1156 Processor Review @ Tweaknews
"After testing the Intel i5-661 processor for a month or so, I can definitely see where it will create a market for an affordable and much more simpler computer that will be easy on the wallet. The inclusion of the video processing on the same package as the processor will be a breakthrough technology and I cannot wait to see what this will develop in the future."

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QNAP TS-809 Pro @ Bjorn3D
"Data sharing has become one of the essential tasks in the digital age. In today’s household it's not difficult to find multiple computers. This myriad of digital photos, emails, documents, and multimedia files that all need to be shared among multiple computers need to be stored in a centralized location. There are a few solutions for sharing files. The most common way would be a server that centralizes the digital contents. However, servers are often costly and require a bit of computer networking knowledge. The other disadvantage of setting up a dedicated server would be the power consumption. Even with a fairly cheap and power efficient dual-core processor with a motherboard with integrated video would still consume somewhere in the upper 70W under idle and close to 100W under load."

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Intel Core i5 661 3.3 GHz GPU Performance analyzed @ techPowerUp
"Intel's latest Clarkdale processors are the first to integrate a GPU and CPU inside a single processor package. This can lead to large cost savings and simplifications for motherboard vendors and system integrators. But does the Core i5 661 have enough GPU steam to play current games?"

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ASUS K42F Notebook w/ Intel Core i5 540M Arrandale CPU Review @ Legit Reviews
"The ASUS K42F-B1 14-inch notebook was amazing to use! This notebook is very fast as you saw from the numerous benchmarks that we threw at the Intel Core i5 540M processor. When the dust settled the Intel Core i5 540M was on average 40-50% faster than Intel Core 2 Duo P8700 processor. This is due to the fact that the Arrandale processor has HyperThreading technology and therefore twice as many threads, but it also has to do with Turbo Mode and the Intel HD Graphics. When it comes to Blu-ray playback, gaming or Croptography performance the Arrandale processor really looked great and is no doubt a processor that has plenty of muscle behind it..."

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Intel Core i5-661 Clarkdale Processor Review @ Legit Reviews
"As far as the media performance if the Intel Core i5-600 line, it is going to be tough to beat. If you are looking to build a HTPC to playback your favorite movies and expect it to last a few years, I can't say that I would recommend anything else. Until AMD gets their ATI Radeon HD 5000 series graphics technology onto a motherboard, there is nothing else on the market that is this plug in and play easy. Out of the box HD audio bit-streaming, HDMI & DVI outputs, and the lowest power consumption we have seen in quite some time. Don't forget that it offers Flash acceleration, as well as Silverlight support. This is a very effective package for a great HTPC..."

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Sunday, January 3, 2010
MSI Wind-Top AE2220-25SUS PC Review @ Benchmark Reviews
"MSI has taken their portable Wind-series netbook computer system and combined it with the functionality of a full-featured desktop computer system to create a stylish and compact NVIDIA ION-based Wind Top AE2220-25SUS computer system that fits in the same space as a 21.5-inch widescreen monitor. The small footprint doesn't just shelter a 1080p HDTV LCD display, it also incorporates touch-screen functionality along with an integrated HD web cam and high-fidelity 5.1-channel SRS Premium Sound. Blu-ray Discs can be played back from the MSI Wind Top AE2220, and a digital tuner is also built-in for receiving over-the-air HD broadcasts allowing the DVR functionality within Microsoft Windows 7. Ideal for every workspace conceivable, the dual-core 2.2GHz Intel Core 2 Duo T6600 processor handles compute tasks and 4GB of DDR2 system memory ensure there's no delay in program responsiveness, while a 500GB hard drive offers high-capacity storage space for saved data and recorded audio or video multimedia. Both 802.11b/g/n WiFi and 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet give users the flexibility to connect the MSI AE2220 to a LAN or wireless network. In this article, Benchmark Reviews tested the MSI Wind Top AE2220 1080p AIO Nettop PC."

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Intel i5 661 3.33GHz Dual Core CPU @ Bjorn3D
"It's that time of year again, Christmas is in the air, the smell of pine trees gracing the lab, CES just around the corner, and above all else the smell of a new CPU going through burn in testing on the test rig."

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Gainward GeForce GT220 Graphics Card reviewed in Metku.net
"Blazing fast top of the range graphic cards often get the most attention and get reviewed the most, but this time around we have something a bit different for a closer look - the Nvidia GT220."

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Friday, January 1, 2010
Thermaltake Evo_Blue 750 watt PSU @ Bjorn3D
"There comes a time when your old power supply just can't put out enough power. Whether this is due to a new component, or just the natural aging of the PSU you just need a new PSU. Those running a higher end system with a single graphics card will probably find a sweet spot around the 750-850 watt area. Those who have previously used a modular PSU probably would not like to desert this luxury. Many people including me also like to have a bit of style. Thermaltake has combined all of these into one product, the Evo Blue 750 watt PSU."

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