ASUS Rampage III Gene review
ASUS Rampage III Gene gets tested
Cute tiny and sexy .. don't we all like it ? Within that motto ASUS has it's own Gene series within the motherboard line up. Now if you put that on the X58 platform, it's called Rampage by ASUS. And then when this apocalyptic group of minions and demons called 'Republic of Gamers' aka ROG gets their hands on a product like this, you can expect improvements and extra overclock features.
The end results is is, the ASUS Rampage III Gene ROG edition.
Read the full review right here.
ViewSonic 24 AMD-certified 3D LED Monitor
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ATI Catalyst 10.9a Video Card Application Profile
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Today AMD announced revenue for the third quarter of 2010 of $1.62 billion, a net loss of $118 million, or $0.17 per share, and operating income of $128 million. The company reported non-GAAP net income of $108 million, or $0.15 per share, and non-GAAP operating income of $144 million. Well, not as good as Intel but certainly it's decent enough.
Cooler Master HAF 912 Plus review
Cooler Master HAF 912 Plus review
The rugged looking militaristic inspired HAF series now makes a move from the big full tower chassis towards a more conventional sized mid-tower series, tagged with an attractive price of course. Sensible or conventional sized doesn't mean a small chassis lacking space though, to the contrary... the HAF 912 series makes sure that big components like lengthy high-end graphics cards easily fit into your PC, making it an attractive option for many of you.
Check out the full review right here.
Icy Dock mobile rack for 3.5/2.5 drive bay
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The MB991IK-B also utilizes our brand new EZ Slide Mini Trays, making drive interchangeability and maintenance completely hassle free. The trays are built using full metal so that they are durable for many lifetimes, but will not weigh you down when transporting your data from system to system. And featuring a full cage design, the added top drive cover provides added protection while moving the drive. The trays are also designed to accommodate 9.5mm, 12.5mm, and 15mm drives giving you the ultimate universal 2.5" hot swap bay.
Utilizing its small form factor, The MB991IK-B is perfect for use in industrial PCs and mobile DVR systems. It is built to function in the most demanding conditions including military and law enforcement deployment, as well as manufacturing conditions such as embedded control systems and factory automation systems. The heavy metal design makes it ideal for placement in rugged environments. It also includes a key lock to safeguard sensitive data such as security recordings. It costs around 30 Euros.
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Radeon HD6870 and HD6850 are accidentally listed
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Yesterday, we se saw the Medal Of Honor buddle, today is time for Blizzard and the new expansion of WoW, called Cataslysm. Developed for World of Warcraft
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Inches hungry? I have a 26-inches monitor and Hilbert owns a 30-inches one! So yes we are inches-hungry here. Nowadays, more and more manufacturers are joining the club of large and wide displays for our desktops. This time, ASUS Technology announced not one nor two but three monitors, up to 27-inches, called VK278Q, VE278Q and VE276Q respectively. All of them have LED backlight (except the last one - VE276Q) and support native max resolution of 1920x1080. The response time is gaming friendly 2ms, considering that
Radeon HD 6870 naked
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Gigabyte Gaming Keystroke Keyboard Aivia K8100
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POV/TGT GeForce GTX 480 Liquid Cooled
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