InnoDisk nanoSSD 64GB Review
Posted on: 09/07/2010 07:35 AM

ITShootOut.com posted a review of the InnoDisk nanoSSD 64GB drive. Other new reviews:

- Cooler Master HAF 912 Case Review
- Corsair AirFlow Pro Review
- Cooler Master HAF 912 Mid Tower PC Case Review
- Thermaltake Armor A60 Gaming Mid Tower Chassis Review
- Synology DS411+ 4-Bay NAS Review
- Cooler Master HAF 912 Mid-Tower Case Review
- EVGA GTX 460 SC Video Card Review
- Mushkin Callisto Deluxe 60GB Review
- NZXT Hale90 850W Power Supply Review
- Boost Mobile Samsung Seek SPH-m350 Review
- Arctic Cooling ARCTIC K381 Keyboard Review
- Lian Li PC-Q06 Review

InnoDisk nanoSSD 64GB Review
ITShootOut.com posted a review of the InnoDisk nanoSSD 64GB drive

This is easily the smallest SATA storage device we have ever seen, measuring just 4cm x 2.5cmx0.7cm in size. Unlike most drives that require a SATA cable the nanoSSD instead plugs into the slot directly, making it perfect as a tool for on-site PC engineers and those who have exhausted their allocation of expansion bays.

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Cooler Master HAF 912 Case Review
Hi Tech Legion posted a review on the Cooler Master HAF 912 Case

The Cooler Master HAF 912 brings the options people expect from a high end case at a fraction of the cost. The HAF 912, which stands for High Air Flow, is the newest entry in the HAF line designed to bring a myriad of fan and component setups in a mid-tower format without becoming a major part of your budget. With a strong military feel and enough room to fit 11 devices, large CPU coolers and longer GPU cards, the HAF 912 brings many of the features of the HAF 932 and 922 to the masses.

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Corsair AirFlow Pro Review
KitGuru posted Corsair AirFlow Pro Review

What does it do? Well it fits above the Corsair AirFlow 2 fan and connects to any Dominator memory that supports DHX Pro technology to provide a dynamic display of memory activity and temperature, for up to six modules.

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Cooler Master HAF 912 Mid Tower PC Case Review
Legit Reviews posted Cooler Master HAF 912 Mid Tower PC Case Review

Have you always wanted a HAF series case from Cooler Master but couldn't find a way to fit it into the budget? Well now Cooler Master has brought a budget HAF to market. Today we look at the new HAF 912 mid tower enthusiast chassis. The HAF 912 supports full length video cards like the Radeon HD 5970 and GeForce GTX 480, so join us to see what this budget minded HAF 912 brings to the table.

With the Cooler Master HAF 912 enthusiast PC case coming out at the $60 mark it makes the case more than affordable for the masses. You also get a very nice feature set right out of the box that allows the case to grow with your system and your needs. Costing almost half what its closest sibling does the HAF 912 would be a great fit for just about any level of user. The official launch date is the 14th of September, and at that time the HAF 912 will be available on e-tail and retail outlets...

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Thermaltake Armor A60 Gaming Mid Tower Chassis Review
ThinkComputers.org posted Thermaltake Armor A60 Gaming Mid Tower Chassis Review

Today we have the opportunity to check out one of Thermaltake’s latest cases in the Armor series, the Thermaltake Armor A60. If you remember back in June we took a look at the Armor A90. The Armor A60 is one of the first to offer USB 3.0 and the first to offer the SideClick EasySwap design, which is basically a hot swappable slot. The design and feature list should fit most gamers and enthusiasts. Read on to check out out what else this case has to offer.

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Synology DS411+ 4-Bay NAS Review
Tweaknews posted a review on the Synology DS411+ 4-Bay NAS

In terms of performance, Synology's DS411+ is tough to beat. Both read and write speeds are blazing fast and it can easily handle multiple, simultaneous file transfers. All in all, the unit is consistent with what I've come to expect from Synology – stable, intuitive, flexible, quiet, and easy to set up.

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Cooler Master HAF 912 Mid-Tower Case Review
Hardware Canucks posted a review of the new Cooler Master HAF 912 Mid-Tower Case

In the sub-$100 case market, there seem to be a lot of perfectly good promises but very few products end up delivering. There are some however that stand out from the competition by offering high-end features in a price bracket that will appeal to nearly everyone Cooler Master has now released the latest in their HAF series which takes a dive into this highly competitive price point: the 912 which only costs $60.

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EVGA GTX 460 SC Video Card Review
Benchmark Reviews posted a review on the EVGA GTX 460 SC Video Card

The NVIDIA GTX 460 is quickly establishing itself as the graphics card to beat in its price segment. The reconfigured Fermi architecture gives the card a real edge in gaming performance. With 1/3 fewer transistors to feed, it uses less power, runs cooler, and overclocks extremely well on air. With that kind of capability baked into the design, it didn't take long for NVIDIA's partners to start releasing overclocked editions. EVGA is one of the top AIC vendors for NVIDIA products, with a well established and loyal customer base. Their latest GTX460 video card is an SC (Superclocked) model that takes the reference design and pumps it up to 763 MHz. Benchmark Reviews takes a comprehensive look inside the EVGA GeForce GTX460 SC 01G-P3-1372-TR and then runs it through a full test suite. Read on if you want to see how this EVGA Superclocked edition performs and then watch as we push it even further with EVGA Precision and OC Scanner software.

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Mushkin Callisto Deluxe 60GB Review
OCC has published a review on the Mushkin Callisto Deluxe 60GB

Where this drive excels is in the small file write category, where it delivers superior performance when compared to other non Sandforce-equipped solid state drives. When you make that same comparison against a traditional spinning disk drive, the increase in performance is staggering and provides a huge upside to using an SSD for the OS drive in a system. Startup and shutdown times are significantly reduced when compared to a spinning disk drive. Startup time is reduced by 100%, while shutdown time drops to a mere four seconds.

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NZXT Hale90 850W Power Supply Review
JonnyGURU.com posted a review on the NZXT Hale90 850W Power Supply

It's been a long time indeed since we last reviewed an NZXT product here at jonnyGURU.com. Indeed, the last time yours truly saw an NZXT product on the bench was way back in 2007 when I was just getting started here, when I took a peek at their Duet home theater case.

Today, all that changes. NZXT has released a new line of 80 Plus Gold power supplies under the Hale90 moniker, and I have the 850 watt model under the microscope. It is second only to its 1kW big brother in terms of power output at NZXT. Let's see how it performs.

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Boost Mobile Samsung Seek SPH-m350 Review
TestFreaks posted a review on the Boost Mobile Samsung Seek SPH-m350

Up on the review block today I’ve got another Samsung phone! This one is the Seek and it’s for Boost Mobile which is a pre-paid division of Sprint that offers unlimited everything really for a single price and best of all no contracts. The Seek is a rather basic messaging centric phone really. It’s small in size and it has a 2.6” QVGA touch screen, but it’s also a slider that opens to reveal a qwerty keyboard to make messaging easier.

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Arctic Cooling ARCTIC K381 Keyboard Review
APH Networks posted a review on the Boost Mobile Samsung Seek SPH-m350

Up on the review block today I’ve got another Samsung phone! This one is the Seek and it’s for Boost Mobile which is a pre-paid division of Sprint that offers unlimited everything really for a single price and best of all no contracts. The Seek is a rather basic messaging centric phone really. It’s small in size and it has a 2.6” QVGA touch screen, but it’s also a slider that opens to reveal a qwerty keyboard to make messaging easier.

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Lian Li PC-Q06 Review
PureOverclock posted a review on the Lian Li PC-Q06 case

Today we're looking at a new test bench on the block, the Lian Li PC-Q06. Lian is certainly no stranger to the case enclosure market, and needing no introduction as a manufacturer of gorgeous premimum enclosures that exude a classic minimalist aesthetic. But test benches are a very different type of animal from a regular case setup, and the design implementations vary widely. Lian Li makes some of the most elegant cases out there, but can they adapt their style to the function-above-all mentality that is essential in a test bench setup? Let's find out.

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