|Sapphire Radeon HD 5670 1GB Review
KitGuru posted a review on the Sapphire Radeon HD 5670 1GB
"Today we take a look at the Sapphire model which has been available for many months , however as KitGuru has just opened a few weeks ago we wanted to make sure we are in a position to offer current buying advice to our growing audience. The Sapphire model is not a reference design and instead features a very sexy Arctic Cooler unit this already ticks the KitGuru 'want' list."
>> Sapphire Radeon HD 5670 1GB Review
|Channel Expo 2010 Review
Vortez.co.uk posted a coverage from the Channel Expo 2010 in London
"The Channel Expo is an annual event targeted primarily at IT resellers, retailers and system builders. This year, it was being held at the National Hall, Olympia in London lasting two days, the 12-13th May. The Expo is host to over 100 companies ranging from hardware manufacturers to software and security providers, as well as vendors and distributors hoping to get the attention of the public. Of course, here at Vortez we are more interested in the hardware manufacturers and this year's show didn't disappoint."
>> Channel Expo 2010 Review
|AMD Phenom II X6 1090T 3.20 GHz Review
techPowerUp posted a review on the AMD Phenom II X6 1090T 3.20 GHz
"After a long period of scaling down its processors both in price and performance, AMD finally got some fresh reinforcements to continue the fight with Intel. The new Phenom II X6 1090T and its 3.20 GHz clocked six cores, aim to take AMD to new heights, where Intel's Core i7 processors were untouchable until now. "
>> AMD Phenom II X6 1090T 3.20 GHz Review
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In Win Diva Swarovski Crystal Case Review
Tweaknews posted a review on the In Win Diva Swarovski Crystal Case
"The ability to use 2.5” and 3.5” drives as well as a full size optical drive make it a versatile chassis, and the feminine styling of the exterior will appeal to women in the market for a case designed with them in mind."
>> In Win Diva Swarovski Crystal Case Review
Arctic Cooling E361-WM In-Ear Phone Review
Madshrimps takes a look at the Arctic Cooling E361-WM In-Ear Phone
"Arctic Cooling is known for their highly efficient and affordable CPU and VGA heat sinks, but now this cooling giant is introducing a new product on the audio segment, the in-ear ARCTIC SOUND E361 headphones. Let us turn on the music and find out if these will chill my ears."
>> Arctic Cooling E361-WM In-Ear Phone Review
|Intel X25-V 40GB Value Performance SATA Solid-State Drive Review
Futurelooks checked out a value based SSD from INTEL
"While SSDs are still a fairly new technology, it has certainly come a long way in the last couple of years. The choices in SSDs are increasing and the prices are also decreasing making it possible to own one without a second mortgage. Though SSDs are getting cheaper, they still aren't cheap, with larger ones still hitting some heavy figures. But even a smaller drive can make your system faster and INTEL has responded with the introduction of their 40GB Value Performance X25-V SATA Solid-State Drive (SSD)."
>> Intel X25-V 40GB Value Performance SATA Solid-State Drive Review
|Gigabyte 890GPA-UD3H (AMD 890GX) Review
The Guru of 3D posted a review on the Gigabyte 890GPA-UD3H (AMD 890GX) motherboard
"The AMD 890GX chipset, the first in the 800 series, with that G in GX for IGP, Integrated Graphics Product. A motherboard chipset that is based of the recently introduced AMD 785 chipset, it has been revised though and is now paired with the all new AMD SB850 Southbridge chip.
>> Gigabyte 890GPA-UD3H (AMD 890GX) Review
|Galaxy GeForce GTX 470 GC Overclocking Review
TweakTown overclocked the Galaxy GeForce GTX 470 GC
"We don't intend to make a habit out of overclocking loads of cards. Recently, though, we've offered overclocking articles alongside the standalone reviews that we normally offer. We have two reasons for doing this. The first is that we're seeing a lot of new models and a lot of new series’ from companies. The focus has also shifted heavily to overclocking on the models and people love to get more performance out of a product without having to spend any more.
>> Galaxy GeForce GTX 470 GC Overclocking Review
|Antec Notebook Cooler Designer Review
ThinkComputers.org posted a review on the Antec Notebook Cooler Designer
"Antec is a company I usually dont associate with cooling products, when I think of Antec I think of quality cases and power supplies. This year at CES Antec showed us a lot of new cases, but they were very excited about a new notebook cooler that they had developed. The Notebook Cooler Designer is a notebook cooler made for laptops up to 15-inches and features a 110mm fan that blows at a quiet 800RPM. The notebook cooler also has a very stylish design hence the name designer. Lets take a look and see if the Notebook Cooler Designer is perfect for your laptop."
>> Antec Notebook Cooler Designer Review
|Antec Sonata Proto Review
OCC has published a review on the Antec Sonata Proto
"Overall, I am definitely pleased with what Antec has supplied with the Sonata Proto. It is sturdy, clean looking, performs well and is quiet for sure. For a sub $80 case, I wouldn't say it is an absolute bargain, but absolutely worthy of ownership if a user is looking for a case that is sleek and stylish yet quiet case without all the lights and windows."
>> Antec Sonata Proto Review
|ASUS O!Play Air HDP-R3 Media Player Review
PureOverclock posted a review of the ASUS O!Play Air HDP-R3 media player
"The O!Play Air HDP-R3 HD media player enables users to access all their digital content from various sources for the most convenient multimedia entertainment experience. The O!Play Air HDP-R3 streams a wide variety of audio, photo, and high-definition video formats from PCs, NAS, card readers and other USB or eSATA-connected devices."
>> ASUS O!Play Air HDP-R3 Media Player Review