Posts Tagged ‘Software’

HIS Multi-View+Sound Adapter helps you add another display to your system. It works simultaneously with your existing video outputs. It connects to your USB 3.0 or USB 2.0 port to send an audio/video signal through an HDMI cable.

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Upon opening the box I was greeted with two 120 mm Spectre Pro Fans. Their follow up to the Spectre is the now available in the form of the Spectre Pro which like the Spectre, is offered in a variety of sizes and with a variety of different colored LEDs.

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Here today is the Asus Sabertooth 990FX Motherboard. The Sabertooth line up was first introduced by ASUS to create a motherboard that defined the word TUF – rough, rigged, military grade; fallout wasteland TUF. The Asus Sabertooth 990FX brings these features to the table.

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The Big Bang-XPower II X79 motherboard launched earlier this week. Let’s see if MSI brings a solution that is worthy of your next platform upgrade.

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Janus67 reviews one of the most anticipated first person shooters of the year!

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NZXT has sent us a brand new just-released power supply known as the HALE82 850w. If the HALE branding sounds familiar you’re probably thinking of NZXT’s HALE90 series of PSUs. The only downside to the HALE90 units is that 80+ Gold parts and designs are expensive! The HALE82 series is 80+ Bronze rated and should cost significantly less than the HALE90 units, while maintaining the excellent NZXT quality.

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Sapphire has launched a new version of their mid-range video card, the HD 6870 Dirt 3 Edition, and they were kind enough to send one for us to review.

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Today we’ll look at Lian Li’s new PC-Q25 mITX case.

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Dolk uses his knowledge and insight to bring us an article on how Bulldozer works, and his view on this latest architecture from AMD.

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The ASUS Matrix GTX 580 Platinum will be reviewed today. Part of ASUS’ Republic of Gamers lineup, this product is full of features and looks like it should satisfy both the extreme overclocker and the gamer.

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