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Mtron Pro 7000 2.5-Inch 16GB SSD SATA7025

Mtron offers the Pro 7000 SSD as a high performance storage device designed to solve the bottleneck of computing system by traditional hard disk drives. The Pro 7000 SSD can be a drop-in replacement to hard disk drives without any additional software installation. Customers may benefit instantly from the SSD's high random access performance and solve the legacy problem of access time bottlenecks traditional to hard disk drives. Benchmark Reviews tests the performance of the Mtron SATA7025 Solid State Drive to see if it's worth the high purchase price.

Mtron Pro 7000 2.5-Inch SATA 16GB SSD SATA7025 Solid State Drive Bandwidth Test Performance Review

Lian Li PC-A58B Mid-Tower Case: Non-Production Release

Lian Li has been at the very top of the computer chassis industry for the past seven years, and they have a tradition of releasing well designed products. On very rare occasions the manufacturer builds a product that is later pulled from production, and this is one of them. Benchmark Reviews has inspected the all new PC-A58B Black Aluminum Alloy Mid-Tower ATX Case, and we won't be pulling any punches when we state our results.

Lian Li PC-B58B Black Aluminum Alloy Mid-Tower ATX Case

Logitech Harmony 890-Pro Advanced Universal Remote

Since none of the manufacturers filling my entertainment system shelves can offer more than simple one-device remotes, I was in need of either a deluxe remote control caddy with labeled organizer, or I would need to get a universal remote control and take a day off work just to program it. It was a quest for the unobtainable, a journey for the unthinkable; I wanted to replace a collection of remote controls with... One Remote to Control Them All. Logitech heard my cries of despair, and presented the Harmony 890 Pro Advanced Universal Remote Control to save the day.

Logitech Harmony 890 Pro Advanced Universal Remote

ePower Technology EP-1200P10 xScale 1200W PSU

It was almost a year ago when Benchmark Reviews first witnessed 1.0 kilowatt power supply units on the market. Around that same time, people were testing their SLi and CrossFire setups, and with rumor of Quad-SLi later becoming a reality it seemed like everyone would be using this much power into the future. Looking back, I am thankful the motherboard manufacturers essentially killed this idea, since it really seems rediculous to need four video cards for anything. But for those who live and die by the virtual sword (gaming), there are cost-friendly solutions such as the ePower Technology EP-1200P10 xScale 1200W PSU.

ePower Technology EP-1200P10 1200W PSU
CyberPower CP1500AVRLCD 1500VA 900W LCD UPS

The CyberPower CP1500AVRLCD 1500VA 900W LCD UPS, designed for mid to high-end computer systems, features dynamic line conditioning and an Intelligent LCD diagnostic display. Real-time system vitals can be viewed from this display and the unit can be conveniently mounted in a workstation cabinet or directly on the desktop. The CP1500AVRLCD also guards against surges/spikes, and offers battery backup in the event of brownouts or total power loss. Benchmark Reviews tests to see just how well the 1500 VA UPS compares to the competition, and crowns a new king of the hill.

CyberPower CP1500AVRLCD 1500VA 900W LCD UPS
Xigmatek XP-S964 Copper Heatpipe 92mm CPU Cooler

Ideally every CPU cooler should perform well, which most do. But in the age of advertising and marketing, consumers are easily mislead into believing a product will perform well just because of the company branding it. I have reviewed some very nice coolers over the summer by some of the most well known names in the industry; only to be let down by their claims of premium performance. Well, to be honest, prior to very recently I had never heard of Xigmatek before. Just a few weeks ago Benchmark Reviews unveiled the Xigmatek HDT-S1283, which tested to be the best-performing CPU we have seen to date. Perhaps on the same level is the Xigmatek XP-S964 Copper Heatpipe CPU Cooler.

Xigmatek XP-S964 Copper Heatpipe 92mm CPU Cooler
NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra Sneak Preview
When NVIDIA originally released the GeForce 8800 series back in November of 2006, the gaming industry was stunned. The performance yielded by the newly minted top-level 8800 GTX nearly doubled the next best offerings prior to their launch. Even the slightly less powerful 8800 GTS managed to post similarly astonishing results, making their release a double-whammy for the competition. At that particular time, the high price tag seemed acceptable for a narrow majority.

But that was then, and this is now. Today NVIDIA Corporation introduced the world's fastest graphics processing unit (GPU), the NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra. NVIDIA has quickly moved into production with the new GeForce 8800 Ultra video card, and they are offering it to the most dedicated consumers with a price tag approaching nearly $1000. NVIDIA promises unmatched performance, but what exactly is the GeForce 8800 Ultra, and is it worth the money? Benchmark Reviews offers this insightful sneak preview of the GeForce 8800 Ultra video card from NVIDIA so that you can decide for yourself.

NVIDIA GeForce 8800 Ultra Preview

SOYO ST-SYLA04 FreeStyler 600 BlueTooth Mono Headset

Everyday I see more people talking on cell phones with wireless hands-free devices, but the days of having a wire attached to your phone to have a hands free conversation are almost gone. Now Bluetooth headsets are the choice of many for hands-free solutions, as a matter of fact I can’t remember the last time I saw someone with a wire attached to their cell phone. Most people have retired their wires and now just talk on their phones or use Bluetooth headsets. Introducing the FreeStyler 600 Bluetooth V2.0 headset, SOYO has made a product that is easy to use and is compatible with any Bluetooth enabled cell phone. Currently, the majority of newer cell phones are equipped to handle Bluetooth devices, making Bluetooth hands-free headsets an option for most. In this review, SOYO’s Freestyle 600 headset is examined.

Soyo ST-SYLA04 FreeStyler 600 BlueTooth Mono Headset

Lian Li PC-B20A Aluminum Mid-Tower ATX Case

Well known to computer enthusiasts and gamers alike, Lian Li has built a name based on performance and quality above everything else. Every single product released by Lian Li has had meticulous attention paid to details which the competition usually ignores. Clearly, there is no equal to Lian Li, especially in terms of construction and craftsmanship, but even the closest competitors have learned not to try and one-up Lian Li at their own game. In this review, the Lian Li PC-B20A (A for Aluminum Finish) mid-tower ATX computer case is up for close inspection. Labeled as part of the Classical Silent family from Lian Li, you will soon see if this should deserve to be your next investment.

Lian Li PC-B20 Classical Silent Series ATX Computer Case
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