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Aug 19
Enermax Modu82+ 525 Watt PSU with cable management

Enermax Modu82+ 525 Watt PSU with cable management

Published in News, Partner News | Written by Rhys

“If you are looking for an efficient PSU, with not too much power but cable management, then you have a problem. The Solution seems to be the Enermax Modu82+ 525.”

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Aug 19
Thermaltake MeOrb Heatsink Review

Thermaltake MeOrb Heatsink Review

Published in News, Partner News | Written by Rhys

“The target market for this cooler is HTPC and other small form factor designs with limited space. For its intended market the Thermaltake MeOrb would be a decent upgrade over the stock cooler both in performance and looks.”

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Aug 19
Cooler Master Sileo 500 RC-500-KKR3-GP

Cooler Master Sileo 500 RC-500-KKR3-GP

Published in News, Partner News | Written by Rhys

"Boasting sound-dampening foam, anti-vibration HDD mounts, and two silent-running 800RPM 120mm fans, the Sileo 500 is an interesting break from Cooler Master’s usual chassis design. A long-time manufacturer of high-end gaming cases, it appears Cooler Master is now adding silent computing to their arsenal. Benchmark Review will take a closer look at the RC-500-KKR3-GP model […]

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Aug 19
Keeping your HTPC Awake

Keeping your HTPC Awake

Published in News, Partner News | Written by Rhys

"One of the more frustrating moments in my Vista Media Center experience was the first time the PC when to standby 5 seconds after a show finished playing.? As it turns out one of the features (and yes I was able to confirm that this behavior is "by design") is that VMC does not reset […]

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Aug 19
Running Windows 7 on the Acer Aspire One D250 or Xp vs 7 on a netbook

Running Windows 7 on the Acer Aspire One D250 or Xp vs 7 on a netbook

Published in News, Partner News | Written by Rhys

“With Windows 7 just around the corner I decided to have some fun with my new Acer Aspire One D250 netbook. The D250 comes installed with Windows Xp on it, and well, Xp is old, sorry but it is, I’ve moved to Vista and have not had any problems with it at all. Anyway, I was curious to see how Windows 7 was going to perform on the Aspire One, so I did what I’m usually doing, that is taking things apart and tinkering with them.”

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Aug 19
Scythe Kaze Server 5.25″ Fan Controller

Scythe Kaze Server 5.25″ Fan Controller

Published in News, Partner News | Written by Rhys

“In this review I will test the Kaze Master Server fan controller from Scythe, which has some added features compared to the previous generation like Auto Mode, Semi Mode, On/Off, Reset and preserves the nice look from the Kaze Master Ace.”

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Aug 19
Asus reveals its ION All-in-One PC

Asus reveals its ION All-in-One PC

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Richard

The first Asus ION based All-in-One PC, otherwise known as the EeeTop ET2002, has been detailed on blogeee.net, the page also has some pictures of the new PC.

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Aug 19
PS3 Slim Officially Announced

PS3 Slim Officially Announced

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Richard

Sony today officially revealed the PS3 Slim. The PS3 Slim is a smaller, more compact version of the PlayStation 3. It’s 36% lighter, 32% smaller and has 34% less power consumption.

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Aug 18
50 percent of Xbox 360s breakdown

50 percent of Xbox 360s breakdown

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Richard

A survey put together by Game Informer shows that over half of Xbox 360s are killed off by the red ring of death.

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Aug 17
Radeon HD4890 crossfire performance

Radeon HD4890 crossfire performance

Published in News, Partner News | Written by Rhys

“A Radeon 4890X2 will never release, it is fact. The high temperature of the chip and the voltage transformers makes it impossible. But 2 Radeon 4890 in Crossfire are possible.”

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