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AMD A10-5800K Processor E-mail
Thursday, 16 May 2013

AMD A10-5800K Processor Review

After 5700, so this is the 5800K model A10 interests us today. A processor that offers a higher base speed, with 3.8 GHz counter, but an unlocked multiplier which will allow quick and easy OC. To discover more in our columns... Cowcotland

 
Tech21 Impact Snap with Cover Case for iPhone 5 E-mail
Thursday, 16 May 2013

Tech21 Impact Snap with Cover Case for iPhone 5 Review

For today's review we will be looking at an iPhone 5 case from a company called Tech21 whose product focus is impact protection for your mobile devices. They use a technology called Impactology, which is supposed to evenly disperse the energy from an impact. A material called D3O is the secret to their products is actually used by the military for its impact protection on the battlefield... TestFreaks

 
Kingston HyperX Beast 16GB 2133MHz Memory Kit E-mail
Thursday, 16 May 2013

Kingston HyperX Beast 16GB 2133MHz Memory Kit Review

Today we review the latest HyperX desktop memory offered from Kingston, which they have dubbed "HyperX Beast." This 2x8GB kit has XMP profiles rated at 2133MHz and 1600MHz to let users get up and running at either high speeds and decent timings, or at more mainstream speeds with tigther timings and lower voltage.

The Kingston HyperX Beast 2x8GB kit is rated with two separate XMP profiles. The first is the top rated speed of 2133MHz with CL11 timings at 1.6v. The second rating is at 1600MHz with CL9 timings at 1.5v. Perhaps the reasoning behind the multiple XMP profiles is to target a consumer who has a lower cost PC now, but has plans on upgrading rather soon... Bigbruin

 
ADATA DashDrive Air AE400 Wireless Storage Reader/Power Bank E-mail
Thursday, 16 May 2013

ADATA DashDrive Air AE400 Wireless Storage Reader/Power Bank Review

For users on the go, ADATA has created a new multifunctional device which acts as a wireless AP, USB storage drive or card reader and as an extra it also functions as a power bank, to recharge the tablet/mobile phone when we need it most... Madshrimps

 
Thermaltake SMART Series SP-750M PSU E-mail
Thursday, 16 May 2013

Thermaltake SMART Series SP-750M PSU Review

The Thermaltake Smart-M 750 Watt SP-750M PSU is a semi-modular power supply. The hard wired cables for the Thermaltake SP-750M include the 24 Pin ATX and 4+4 Pin CPU connector. Modular connectors are provided for the four PCI-E (6+2 pin), nine SATA, six 4-pin Molex, and one 4-pin Molex to FDD converter. All of the modular cables are flat for easy routing and the hard wired cables are sleeved in mesh to keep them neat. The single +12V rail is used in the SP-750M and produces up to 62A of power. The PSU's 80 Plus Bronze rating means that the PSU meets the standard of running with a minimum of 82% efficiency. Cooling is provided by a 140mm variable speed fan to ensure that the PSU maintains silence and the proper temperature. Other features include a MTBF of over 100,000 hours, a five year warranty, and a full suite of power protection circuits... Hi Tech Legion

 
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