Daily Reviews Summary 05/10/12
Posted on: 05/10/2012 09:43 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles, including MSI GTX 680 Twin Frozr Graphics Card Review, Virtu Universal MVP Review, and Pivos aios HD Media Center Review

MSI GTX 680 Twin Frozr Graphics Card Review @ HardwareHeaven.com
Today we will be putting the MSI GTX 680 Twin Frozr through a selection of real world media, computing and gaming tests with titles such as Mass Effect 3 and Skyrim to see how it compares to an overclocked Radeon 7970.

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Virtu Universal MVP Review @ Hardware Secrets
The Virtu Universal MVP is a software-based technology that is available on most motherboards based on the latest Intel Z77 chipset. It allows you to combine the CPU integrated graphics processor to your regular video card, increasing gaming performance. This is similar to what occurs with the NVIDIA's Hybrid SLI and AMD's ATI Hybrid technologies, with the notable difference of not being limited to GPUs or CPUs of a specific manufacturer. In this review we will see if this technology really works and how much performance you will gain by using it. We will also take a look at the performance of the integrated graphics processor available on the Core i7-3770K ("Ivy Bridge") CPU.

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Pivos aios HD Media Center Review @ NikKTech
So far 2012 is the only year inside which I've seen so many manufacturers release and announce both network/hdd media players and HTPC solutions which brings about the question which is the best solution for people. Honestly that's not something one can answer mainly because each of us has a different set of needs and requirements so whereas some people just want to watch a movie in which case a network/hdd media player would be the obvious choice others may want to also play games, surf the web, use social sites and a lot more so an HTPC would be a far more suitable solution. Personally i like to have several different devices each ment for a different purpose so naturally I'll always prefer an good network/hdd media player and an desktop system over an single HTPC (unless of course i couldn't afford both). Today however we will be testing one of the entry-level media players in the market, the aios HD media center by Pivos Technology Group.

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Nikon Coolpix P510 Review @ TechReviewSource.com
Prolimatech Megahalems Rev. C CPU Cooler Review @ eTeknix.com
Titan Fenrir Siberia Edition CPU Cooler Review @ Kitguru
Alienware OptX AW2310 23-inch Monitor De-bezel Modification Guide @ TweakTown
SilverStone SST-EC01+ USB 3.0 Expansion Card @ Bjorn3D
VooMote Zapper Universal Remote Control for iOS Devices Review @ ThinkComputers.org
Thermaltake eSports Shock One PC Headset Review @ eTeknix.com
Sapphire Radeon HD 7770 GHz Edition OC Video Card Review @ Futurelooks
Phanteks PH-TC14CS CPU Cooler Review @ TweakTown
Super Flower Golden King 650 W @ techPowerUp
Thermaltake Frio Extreme Cooler Review @ KitGuru
HIS Radeon HD 7870 GHz Edition Video Card Review @ TestFreaks
30-inches of Precision: A Look at Dell's UltraSharp U3011 30-inch Monitor @ HotHardware
Akitio MyCloud Duo NAS Review @ TweakTown
Hands On Preview: HP Envy Spectre XT @ t-break
Kingston SSDNow V+ 200 120GB Solid State Drive Review @ Tweaktown

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