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BitFenix Prodigy Mini-ITX PC Case E-mail
Friday, 14 December 2012

BitFenix Prodigy Mini-ITX PC Case Review

I've never been fond of HTPC (mini-ITX) systems mainly because they offer very little in terms of performance so especially for someone in my line of work that's extremely important. Now as some of you know i do own a basic HTPC system (Intel ATOM/Nvidia ION) which i rarely use but the small enclosure it's housed in (Antec ISK3100-150) doesn't leave much space for anything else aside the mainboard, memory modules, an slim optical drive and a 2.5" hard disk drive. Of course there are quite a few larger HTPC cases in the market (such as the V353 by Lian-Li) that offer superior build quality and a more spacious interior for enthusiasts but the end result is not really that different mainly due to the design of the interior. Well Bitfenix seems to be aware of that issue and so just recently they launched their own HTPC (mini-ITX) solution, the quite impressive Prodigy... NikKTech

Corsair H55 Quiet Liquid CPU Cooler E-mail
Friday, 14 December 2012

Corsair H55 Quiet Liquid CPU Cooler Review

The Corsair H55 is a self-contained liquid cooling system that utilizes a lower profile, ideal for smaller cases. The Corsair H55 is an updated Asetek design that improves upon certain features of the older generation Corsair H50. A durable yet flexible rubber hose replaces the ribbed tubing of the H50 and the copper contact surface is now also highly polished. Corsair's H55 cooler includes motherboard mounting support for Intel LGA 1155, 1156, 1366 and 2011 sockets as well as AMD AM3, AM2, AM3+, FM1 and FM2 sockets. Corsair is confident with their new H55 self-contained liquid CPU cooler that it is backed with a 5-year warranty, three more years compared to the Corsair H50 CPU cooler... Hi Tech Legion

Rosewill Fortress 750W Power Supply E-mail
Friday, 14 December 2012

Rosewill Fortress 750W Power Supply Review

The nice thing is large wattage powers are not. All these components are getting more powerful or even larger but require less power than before. So, with a good 80Plus rated PSU and about 750-800 watts you can build a great rig and not worry much about your electrical bill.

Today, we want to bring you one such power supply. The unit is the new Rosewill Fortress 750. Rosewill is aiming the new Fortress at the gamer and enthusiast markets looking for super efficiency, mid-range power and silent. Rosewill offers four units in this series being: 450, 550, 650 and the 750 watt model we are looking at today... Pro-Clockers

CM Storm QuickFire TK Mechanical Gaming Keyboard E-mail
Friday, 14 December 2012

CM Storm QuickFire TK Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

CM Storm's QuickFire range of mechanical keyboards has gained much attention and praise from enthusiasts and gamers alike. For those who desire a small-form-factor mechanical keyboard, CM Storm has released the gaming-orientated QuickFire TK.

Allowing gamers to choose between their preference of Cherry MX Red, Blue or Brown switches, the CM Storm QuickFire TK aims to acquire the success of the QuickFire Rapid and build upon it. Our sample features Cherry MX Red switches, as shown by the QuickFire TK's red backlight system... Kitguru

Samsung 9-Series NP900X4C-A02 15.1-inch Ultrabook Laptop E-mail
Friday, 14 December 2012

Samsung 9-Series NP900X4C-A02 15.1-inch Ultrabook Laptop Review

Samsung's 9-Series NP900X4C-A02 notebook is the latest in a new line of what are called "Ultrabook's", a fancy name bestowed upon sleek and slim laptops that elicit envy at first glance. Intel came up with the Ultrabook concept last year to help the PC world compete against the Apple juggernaut, so far it's yielding positive results. An "Ultrabook" isn't merely a Mighty Morphin Power Ranger take on a notebook, it's a niche laptop segment which aims to marry performance, long battery life, Intel hardware and really compact platforms into a package that appeals to design conscious users.

Design wise, Samsung have done well by their 9-Series Ultrabook; the system is wrapped in dark cobalt blue aluminum chassis that adopts many of the design elements of an Apple Macbook Air, yet posses the large screen size of a MacBook Pro (albeit with better hardware) and a sticker prices that won't cause heart failure. The Samsung 9-Series NP900X4C-A02 Ultrabook retails for around $1599 USD/CDN, as tested in this PCSTATS review. Samsung take a page out of the Apple playbook and pack the 9-Series notebook in a spiffy black presentation box, with all the over-designed packaging and individual pockets for each accessory you'd expect. Inside the box is a quick start manual, recovery DVDs, network dongle and AC power adaptor... PCSTATS

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