Nexus RX-7000 PSU Review
Posted on: 09/20/2010 08:36 AM

Rbmods posted a review on the Nexus RX-7000 PSU. Other new reviews and articles:

- HIS HD 5830 iCooler V Turbo Review
- ASUS TUF Sabertooth X58 Review
- Antec Dark Fleet DF-35 Mid Tower Case Review
- Turtle Beach Ear Force Z2 Review
- Corsair HS1 USB Circumaural Gaming Headset Review
- Gigabytes H55 Mini-ITX mobo squeezes into the Silverstone SG07 case
- WowWee Rovio Mobile Webcam Review
- Corsair Obsidian 700D Full-Tower Case Review
- ECS Black GTX 460 1GB Review
- Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 Review
- Thermaltake Mobile Fan 12 USB Desktop Fan Review
- Thermaltake BlacX 5G USB 3.0 Hard Drive Dock Review
- Brando Rii Mini Bluetooth Keyboard with Touchpad Review
- Sony PRS-600 Reader Touch Edition Review
- HIS HD5870 iCooler V Turbo 1GB Graphics Card review

Nexus RX-7000 PSU Review
Rbmods posted a review on the Nexus RX-7000 PSU

Today we will take a look at Nexus RX-7000 power supply. RX-7000 is Nexus' newest power supply made to satisfy power requirements of todays home computers. Let's see how well it performs in our tests.

Nexus RX-7000 PSU Review

HIS HD 5830 iCooler V Turbo Review
kitguru posted a review on the HIS HD 5830 iCooler V Turbo graphics card

Today we have another graphics card from HIS to test. This time around we will be focusing our attention on the HIS HD 5830 1GB PCI-e. This is a product that sits somewhere between the 5770 and 5850 both in terms of price and performance.

Currently here in Canada the most popular online retailers like NewEgg.ca and NCIX.com have 5830’s selling for anywhere from $210 to $279 depending on the manufacturer and bundle being offered. The reference clocked HIS 5830 iCooler V is currently listed on NewEgg.ca for $226 CDN.

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ASUS TUF Sabertooth X58 Review
The Guru of 3D posted a review on the ASUS TUF Sabertooth X58 motherboard

We test and review the ASUS TUF Sabertooth X58 motherboard. Much to our surprise the motherboard is actually LESS high-end than say a Rampage III Extreme, it does however come with the latest features like USB 3.0, SATA6G and offers nice aesthetics based on a military theme. Another oddity is that the cooling on this motherboard is based on a ceramic design.

Yeah, it is simply a stunning pierce of hardware just to look at alright. This military class design motherboard comes with some nice extra features, offers great performance and overclocks quite well also. All that for a really interesting price.

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Antec Dark Fleet DF-35 Mid Tower Case Review
ThinkComputers.org posted a review on the Antec Dark Fleet DF-35 Mid Tower Case

Earlier this year Antec announced its Dark Fleet case series. It included four different cases, the DF-85 a full tower chassis and three mid tower chassis’s: DF-35, DF-30 and DF-10. Designed to fit the latest components and support the latest technologies. Antec’s introduced two new features with this case line. The first “Fleet-Release” which gains easy access to the hard drive cage, which brings us on to the second feature “Fleet-Swap”, a set of hot swappable drive bays which can be moved up and down the hard drive cage. Read on further to see the many other unique features to this case.

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Turtle Beach Ear Force Z2 Review
OCC has published a review on the Turtle Beach Ear Force Z2

After just under a week of use, I can honestly say that the Ear Force Z2 is one of the more solid stereo gaming headsets I've ever used. Physically, they do not feel cheap, and I am sure these could survive the heavy beating of LAN parties and everyday use. The audio quality was definitely above par, as gaming audio sounded great and when I switched over to music I was not too disappointed.

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Corsair HS1 USB Circumaural Gaming Headset Review
Legit Reviews posted a review on the Corsair HS1 USB Circumaural Gaming Headset

The Corsair HS1 USB Gaming Headset is designed for gamers who are serious about audio. The HS1 uses massive 50mm drivers deliver serious gaming punch, without sacrificing the sparkling sound quality you need to enjoy music and movies. The headphones are topped of with a noise-canceling microphone that ensures that your teammates and opponents hear you loud and clear.

We found the Corsair HS1 USB Gaming Headset to have an excellent build quality and rather good sound quality for a company that is just getting into audio products for the very first time. The 50mm drivers and the enclosed ear cups offer great mid-range tones and, to our surprise, high-range tones didn't sound half bad either. The biggest shock to us was that the high-range sounded pretty darn good on the HS1 headset and listening to music on them was a great experience on any music where you have crisp vocals. We thought the 50mm drivers would be bass heavy, but...

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Gigabytes H55 Mini-ITX mobo squeezes into the Silverstone SG07 case
The Tech Report posted a review on the Gigabyte GA-H55N-USB3 Mini-ITX motherboard with Silverstone's SG07 enclosure

What do you get when you combine Gigabyte's GA-H55N-USB3 Mini-ITX motherboard with Silverstone's SG07 enclosure? A shoebox-sized system fit for enthusiasts and loaded with gaming potential.

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WowWee Rovio Mobile Webcam Review
PC Perspective posted a review on the WowWee Rovio Mobile Webcam

Modern home networking technology solutions integrate all types of home appliances and security devices that can be monitored from any smartphone or PC connected to the internet around the world. WowWee wanted a piece of the action and introduced the Rovio mobile webcam at the Consumer Electronics Show in 2008. Their goal with the Rovio was simple -- create a wireless and portable webcam that could be manipulated and viewed from any PC 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Corsair Obsidian 700D Full-Tower Case Review
Benchmark Reviews posted a review on the Corsair Obsidian 700D Full-Tower Case

Corsair is a widely known brand in the market thanks to its memory kits. However, since 2009, Corsair started entering new grounds like CPU cooling and PC cases. Those actions resulted in a very appealing Full Tower PC case; the Obsidian 800D, which won lots of awards in different countries because it presented tons of interesting features for high-end users. Of course, those features imply higher costs and therefore, the case is limited to high-end users only. In an attempt to bring a new contender and reduce prices, Corsair released the Obsidian 700D. The CC700D is quite similar to the 800D, but the side-panel window has been removed along with the hot-swappable drives bays, shaving $15 from the final price. Benchmark Reviews tests the Corsair Obsidian 700D Full-Tower Case to check if those removed features haven't diminished functionality and overall performance, and we'll see if it's worth saving $15 and get the 700D against the 800D.

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ECS Black GTX 460 1GB Review
PureOverclock published a review of the ECS Black GTX 460 1GB graphics card

One company that has some value-added features in the Nvidia GeForce GTX 460 is ECS. This Black Series card comes with a massive custom heatsink that promises to deliver top cooling performance at low noise levels. It also comes with a very attractive price, offering gamers the chance to capitalize on some Nvidia-specific features that the competition in the ATI camp doesn't offer.

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Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 Review
OCIA.net has posted their review of the Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930

Logitech recently announced updates to their popular G-Series line of gaming products with the release of the Gaming Keyboard G510, Wireless Gaming Mouse G700 and Wireless Gaming Headset G930. The G510 replaces the G15 gaming keyboard while the G700 is the first wireless gaming mouse from Logitech since the G7 which is now over half a decade old. Today we will be taking a look at the Gaming Headset G930, which is essentially a wireless version of the G35 Gaming Headphones that we looked at last year. Although the two are very similar, there are a few subtle differences that Logitech have implemented.

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Thermaltake Mobile Fan 12 USB Desktop Fan Review
Tweaknews posted a review on the Thermaltake Mobile Fan 12 USB Desktop Fan

Thermaltake's Mobile Fan 12 seems to be a product in search of a purpose, from my perspective anyway. It's actually quite well done and functions as it should, but I just don't see the need for it, and I imagine it will wreak havoc with a laptop battery's charge.

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Thermaltake BlacX 5G USB 3.0 Hard Drive Dock Review
Bona Fide Reviews posted a review on the Thermaltake BlacX 5G USB 3.0 Hard Drive Dock

Ah, good old USB 3.0 is popping up more and more, I think it’s finally coming into its own?! Ok, it hasn’t been that widely accepted yet, but it’s slowly getting there. Today for review I’ve got a new product from Thermaltake for USB 3.0, it’s the BlacX 5g which is a hard drive dock. This dock can use both 3.5” or 2.5” hard drives and SSDs. Included with the dock are two rubber hard drive protectors as well to help protect your drives in transport or when not in use.

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Brando Rii Mini Bluetooth Keyboard with Touchpad Review
Madshrimps posted a review on the Brando Rii Mini Bluetooth Keyboard with Touchpad

The Rii Mini Bluetooth Keyboard with touch pad from Brando is a multifunctional device that helps a lot during presentations, and also incorporates an easy to use laser pointer. The product can be easily recharged with the help of the included USB cable. You can use it with your iPhone, or as remote control for a HTPC

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Sony PRS-600 Reader Touch Edition Review
Kitguru posted a review on the Sony PRS-600 Reader Touch Edition

Apple’s iPad has dominated the press this year, with incredible sales figures verifying that there is a huge market for easy to use, portable devices. I will hold my hand up and say I use an iPad regularly, from reading the Times newspaper every morning to playing with latest games and applications on the iTunes Store.

As with any technological gadget is it only after months of use that you begin to really get to grips with the strengths and weaknesses. Unfortunately I have found one rather major weakness and that is when I want to read books. It is not that the applications are poor, or that the device is slow – it just hurts my eyes after 30 minutes of staring at text. There are however some very clever alternatives to the iPad, built specifically for reading books.

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HIS HD5870 iCooler V Turbo 1GB Graphics Card review
Metku took a closer look at HIS HD5870 iCooler V Turbo 1GB graphics card

The 5870 has been on the markets for a good while already, so manufacturers have had time to modify their versions of the card. This time HIS was kind enough to send us their version of the HD5870 iCooler V Turbo.

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