Daily Reviews Summary 03/07/12
Posted on: 03/07/2012 01:17 PM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles, including ASUS USB-N53 Dual Band Wireless-N300 USB Adapter, VisionTek Radeon HD 7970 3GB Video Cards in 4-Way CrossFireX, and Kingwin Lazer Platinum 1000 W

ASUS USB-N53 Dual Band Wireless-N300 USB Adapter @ Benchmark Reviews
Built on the same design slate as the black diamond series, comes the ASUS USB-N53 Dual Band Wireless-N300 USB Adapter. The USB-N53 has two built in antennae and can operate on 2.4GHz and 5GHz signals at up to 300Mb/s. On the box ASUS claim that the USB-N53 has a "Superior antenna design for extensive wireless coverage more than 150%" and this does show through in our tests, our testing threw out some good numbers but nowhere near 300Mb/s which is understandable to a certain extent. The ASUS USB-N53 comes bundled with an adjustable USB cable that allows you to position the adapter for a better wireless connection. If you are eager to find out more jump on in and see if the USB-N53 is right for you.

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VisionTek Radeon HD 7970 3GB Video Cards in 4-Way CrossFireX @ TweakTown
Installing a fourth was just a natural progression and while it would've been nice to have our old Eyefinity setup up and running over here in my test area in Taiwan, it's currently in retirement. Still, we've got our faithful 30" Dell monitor that has been serving us well for years and we'll be able to see how single monitor 2560 x 1600 performance looks with this setup.

Today we've got a video card from a company we haven't heard heaps from. VisionTek has been around for ages and while we've looked at a nice kit of RAM from them, we haven't seen anything in the VGA side of things yet. Since this is a HD 7970 we haven't looked at yet the first thing we've got to do is check out the bundle that's going on.

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Kingwin Lazer Platinum 1000 W @ techPowerUp
Kingwin is a company located in the U.S. with presence only in this region. Their product's portfolio includes many noteworthy PSUs with the flagship being the Lazer Platinum Series which consists of five units with Platinum efficiency and top notch performance. In today's review we will test the strongest member of this series, the LZP-1000 which like all LZPs is built by Super Flower, a company that continues to amaze us with their products.

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S Intel Z77 Motherboard Preview: P8Z77, Formula, Gene & Sabertooth @ Legit Reviews
Antec Three Hundred Two Mid-Tower Chassis Review @ TweakTown
Acer Aspire AS5755-6647 Review @ TechReviewSource.com
Intel Xeon E5-2670 vs Core i7-3960X review @ The Inquirer
Corsair Vengeance M60 Review @ XSReviews
Cooler Master Silent Pro Hybrid 850W Power Supply Review @ KitGuru
Cooler Master Silent Pro M2 1000W PSU review @ Guru3D
Intel 240GB Series 520 SSD Review @ t-break
Cebit 2012 HardwareHeaven Coverage @ Hardware Haven
Arctic Cooling RC Pro and RC Turbo Module PWM Fan RAM Cooler Review @ Hi Tech Legion
MSI X79A-GD65 (8D) LGA 2011 ATX Motherboard Review @ PC Perspective
Griffin Beacon for Android @ TestFreaks
GIGABYTE Motherboards – Reviewing Beyond the Hardware Experience @ Futurelooks
Zalman ZM-HE350u3 3.5" HDD enclosure @ Bjorn3D
ARCTIC Accelero Mono Plus VGA cooler @ Hardwareoverclock.com

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