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SilverStone CP11 SATA Cable @
Posted by newsbot on March 21st 2014
SATA cables? Yep, we have a set reviewed for the discerningSFF PC user.
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2014 Game Developers Conference @
Posted by newsbot on March 21st 2014
At the 2014 Game Developers Conference (GDC14) this morning, AMD revealed full-functional working demonstrations of their AMD RapidFire Graphics API technology harnessing the power of Cloud-based streaming 3D applications. A bare-bones system with no software installed located Crysis 3 on a Cloud gaming server, and within moments the player was earning frags (actually, he was desperately trying). On the surface this concept may not sound terribly interesting, but it stands to disrupt how we obtain and play video games and graphical design software. For desktop and mobile users software no longer is downloaded or installed; games and applications are essentially a click away.
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Ducky Shine 3 Mechanical Keyboard @
Posted by newsbot on March 20th 2014
The Ducky Shine Series, arguably one of the best mechanical keyboards on the market, has released the Ducky Shine 3 DK9008S3. Often referred to as the YOTS or “Year of the Snake”, the 2013 Shine 3 is the offshoot descendant of the 2012 Year of the Dragon Shine 2 DK9087 (a tenkeyless version in the shine series). This model, like it’s predecessor, comes with a wide array of switch options including Cherry MX Black, Blue, Brown, and Red, and a wide array of LED color options including:Blue, Red, Green, White, Magenta, and Orange. With so many options, there is really no reason not to find the perfect fit for you in the Ducky Shine 3 DK9008S3-CUSALAAG1.
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Gigabyte Z87X-UD7 TH Motherboard @
Posted by newsbot on March 19th 2014
Lets take a look at the Z87X-UD7 TH, a high-end socket LGA1150 motherboard from Gigabyte, that offers two Thunderbolt 2 ports, five PCI Express 3.0 slots, WiFi IEEE 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0, and much more.
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Intel Core i7-4960X Ivy Bridge-E CPU @
Posted by newsbot on March 19th 2014
Six cores, twelve threads, 3.6 GHz base, 4 GHz turbo, 15 MB of cache , quad-channel memory, and a 22nm die. The specs speak for themselves, the Intel Core i7-4960X is a monster.By now everyone knows Core i7 means perfor mance. And when you tack that one little
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Crucial M550 Solid State Drive @
Posted by newsbot on March 18th 2014
Crucial’s C300 solid state drive introduced SSDs to the SATA-6Gb/s interface, followed by the Micron M500 SSD series which will continue in the mainstream value segment. With the Crucial M550 SSD, Micron introduces their brand’s first premium-level product series. Utilizing a new Marvell 88SS9189 controller on the Crucial M550 SSD, read speeds reach 550 MB/s while write speeds attain 500 MB/s. M550 promises 90,000 random IOPS reads, and up to 85,000 random IOPS writes. 20nm Micron 64GB and 128GB NAND flash components are used in M550, which improves overall performance and enables lower-capacity drives to perform nearly as well as the higher capacity counterparts.
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OCZ Vertex 460 240GB @
Posted by newsbot on March 17th 2014
Living in the shadow of the Vector 150, how much does theVertex 460 deliver in performance and in price?
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ASUS H87-PRO Motherboard @
Posted by newsbot on March 17th 2014
The ASUS H87-PRO is an entry-level motherboard, compatible with socket LGA1150 processors and based on the Intel H87 chipset. It brings six SATA-600 ports, six USB 3.0 ports, and only one PCI Express 3.0 x16 slot. Lets take a good look at it.
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Corsair Raptor M45 Gaming Mouse @
Posted by newsbot on March 17th 2014
What’s the difference between a “regular” mouse and a “gaming” mouse? It’s a reasonable question, and one that Corsair hopes to answer with the Raptor M45 Gaming Mouse. Basically, the difference boils down to features and responsiveness. The Corsair Raptor M45 has both of these in spades.
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AMD A10-7850K Performance Optimized Catalyst 14.2 Driver @
Posted by newsbot on March 13th 2014
With the release of AMD’s Kaveri APU and the realization of their heterogeneous compute vision, the A10-7850K has the potential to make a lot of changes in the way we use the processing power available to us. The A10-7850K can harness the full power of both its CPU and GPU cores equally, something that can benefit us, the end users, greatly. The problem is, that vision doesn’t fully come to life until developers start writing for it
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OCZ Vertex 460 SSD @
Posted by newsbot on March 13th 2014
OCZ Storage Solutions, formerly OCZ Technology and now a Toshiba Group Company, was quick to produce its first performance product under the new company banner:Vertex 460 solid state drive. The new OCZ Vertex 460 SSD features an Indilinx Barefoot 3 (BF3-M10) controller and Toshiba 19nm Multi-Level Cell (MLC) NAND flash components with secure AES-256 data encryption and Trim support. Vertex 460 is good for 540 MB/s read and 525 MB/s write speeds over a SATA 6-Gb/s connection, and replaces the Vertex 450 as the fastest solid state drive in the product series. In this article Benchmark Reviews tests the 240GB OCZ Vertex 460 SSD, model VTX460-25SAT3-240G, against the leading competition.
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TechwareLabs Monster Build Part 2:The Machine @
Posted by newsbot on March 11th 2014
Today we are going to assemble and show off our monster build. With a sky-high overclock and benchmarks that blow away the competition, this ma chine truly is a beast. Check out what we learned along the way and see wha ts planned for this machine.
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Corsair Raptor K40 Gaming Keyboard @
Posted by newsbot on March 11th 2014
Mechanical keyboards such as Corsair’s Vengeance K70 keyboards have garnered praise from industry pundits and users alike. But there’s no escaping the fact that keyboards with individual mechanical key switches are expensive:the aforementioned K70 retails for $130.00. But as it turns out, you can get much of the style and functionality of Corsair’s high-end keyboards for a lot less money. Today Benchmark Reviews takes a look at Corsair’s Raptor K40 Gaming Keyboard.
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Zowie EC1 eVo CL Pro Gaming Mouse @
Posted by newsbot on March 08th 2014
The Zowie EC1 eVo CL Pro Gaming-Mouse arrived Technic3D. We wi ll check the optical Mouse with up to 2.300 dpi and five Buttons in th e following Review on Technic3D.
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Corsair Graphite Series 230T Case @
Posted by newsbot on March 07th 2014
Lets take a look at the Corsair Graphite Series 230T, an affordable mid-tower case with a side window, four 3.5 and four 2.5 bays, and supporting 280 mm radiators.
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