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Bitfenix Pandora Small Form Factor Case @ PureOverclock
"The Bitfenix Pandora is a small form factor case with four basic styles. The Pandora comes in a beautiful brushed aluminum finish, and two colors are available: black or silver (with or without a window). The Pandora’s front fascia is also available with an integrated LCD screen for picture and logo displayed in place of their silver Logo on the other versions. Read on to see if the Bitfenix Pandora brings with it great gifts for us.”
CMStorm QuickFire Rapid-i TKL Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review @ TweakTown
"Cooler Master's gaming division CMStorm is back with another tenkeyless gaming keyboard, the QuickFire Rapid-i mechanical. Here's our full review."
Noctua NH-U9S 95mm CPU Cooler Review @ NikKTech
"For the most part the market is filled with medium to large sized Tower CPU coolers which thanks to their high cooling efficiency are suitable for use by gamers, professionals and overclockers and small to medium sized top-down CPU coolers which offer good performance levels for their size and are mostly targeted towards people with limited space in their systems such as HTPC owners. However from time to time we do see small tower type CPU coolers which can fit everywhere and usually land between the above mentioned solutions in terms of performance. The only problem with this type of coolers is quality since most of the time we see models by manufacturers who mostly care about keeping a low cost. Noctua is amongst a handful of manufacturers that put quality and performance before cost for their products and their latest NH-U9S is one such bright example."
Fractal Kelvin T12 AIO Watercooling Kit Review @ Madshrimps
"Fractal already revealed its upcoming Kelvin water cooling series at CeBIT 2014 in Hannover; at Computex we saw the same prototypes again. Back than the launch date was foreseen for mid-summer. Now on the 9th of December 2014 it is D-day for the new breed of All In One water cooling setups. Fractal proudly announces three AIO models today: the 120mm radiator T12 Kelvin, the S24 being the 240 radiator version and the flagship S36 will be the triple fan version. Today we have a look at the smallest version, the Kelvin T12; this might be together with the S24 the most enclosure compatible version as not all PC cases support a big 360 radiator. It must be said the AIO market is already pretty saturated with versions from Antec, Corsair, Cooler Master, Enermax and Swiftech. What makes this little Kelvin T12 stand out from the crowd ? Time to explore Fractal's latest release."
AMD Catalyst Omega Driver Overview @ Legit Reviews
“The AMD Catalyst Omega Drivers have been released! These new drivers have been in the works for the past six month and deliver many new features, a ton of bug fixes and of course the usual performance and quality improvements that gamers expect from each new driver release. AMD put so much time and effort into these new special edition drivers that they wanted to name this something different to help them stand out from the crowd. Read on to see what new features have been introduced! "
Aerocool DS 200 @ techPowerUp
"The Aerocool DS 200 is the DS Cube's mid-tower counterpart. With a choice from among seven different colors and a ton of features, it should be an intriguing option for those looking to buy a jam-packed chassis for around 100 bucks. Yet such does beg the question of whether it manages to impress with the way in which its features are implemented."
Zotac ZBox Pico PI320 – a PC in your pocket @ Bjorn3d.com
"Zotac is a company with lots of experience when it comes to small PC’s. We have reviewed some of them before and always come away impressed.The little PC we are testing today, and it really is little, is their smallest yet as it quite literally fits in your pocket. Even though it is small it still comes with WIndows 8 and is by all accounts a proper PC. It might not fit all users but it turns out to be a nifty little PC with several interesting use-cases."
Samsung SSD 850 EVO Solid State Drive Review @ Benchmark Reviews
"Powered by their own 32-layer 3D V-NAND technology, the Samsung SSD 850 EVO replaces the 840 EVO solid state drive and delivers up to twice the density and write speed of traditional 20nm planar NAND flash components. In this article, Benchmark Reviews tests the 500GB Samsung SSD 850 EVO against the fastest solid state drives available."
Samsung 850 EVO 500GB SSD @ Custom PC Review
"Today we have the opportunity to be among the first to review what Samsung calls the Samsung 850 EVO, which as you may expect is Samsung’s successor to the Samsung 840 EVO launched last year. As most of us familiar with Samsung SSDs have come to expect, the Samsung EVO SSDs are designed for the mainstream SSD market..."
Samsung 850 EVO Series SSD Review @ Legit Reviews
"A little over a year ago we got our first look at Samsung’s 840 EVO drive, the first drive to prominently feature energy efficient TLC NAND along with really solid performance. It’s a drive that was a big hit with consumers because it was priced well and was super power efficient. Plus Samsung’s SSD marketing campaign didn’t hurt either (remember this gem?). This time around the 850 EVO still features TLC NAND but now it’s of the 3D Vertical NAND (V-NAND) variety making it the first to market on the client drive. While other makers haven’t even ventured into the TLC NAND market, Samsung is already on their second generation TLC drive. Available capacities are 120GB, 250GB, 500GB and 1TB with MSRP’s ranging from $99.99 to $499.99. They sent us over a 120GB and 500GB drive to see what we think."
Samsung 850 EVO 120GB and 500GB RAID and RAPID Review - VNAND Goes TLC
"The 840 EVO was a great launch and sold very well, but Samsung did not rest on their laurels. By pushing flash technology even further, they introduced 3D VNAND into the mainstream with the 850 Pro, and today we've seen how that NAND handles both SLC and TLC speeds. In short, we are absolutely impressed. VNAND performs extremely well in SLC mode, and TLC speeds are slightly better (for a given capacity SSD) than competing 2D MLC flash! RAID performance of a small pair of 850 EVOs scaled as expected, and Samsung's RAPID mode can help boost things when a single small SSD is in use. Overall the Samsung 850 EVO is sure to be a great launch, but we would like to see a more aggressive cost/GB on the smaller capacity models."
Samsung 850 EVO Review @ Vortez
"The 850 EVO features 3D V-NAND technology, RAPID enhancements courtesy of SAMSUNG's Magician software, itself an OS optimisation tool along with a 5 year warranty and a host of security encryption features so you can be assured this will be a quality product. It will certainly be interesting to see if it can topple their own 850 Pro."
Intel Core i7 5960X CPU Review – What Has Become The Industries Best @ Technology X
"Ever since the first dual-core desktop CPUs started rolling out in 2005, the race to bring more computing cores to desktop processors has been on. Now, nearly a decade later, Intel has pushed ahead further than ever before with the release of the Core i7 5960X, their first ever consumer socketed eight-core CPU. While, this isn’t the first time we’ve seen a consumer grade eight-core CPU (AMD has been making them since 2012), this is first one with Intel’s Hyper-Threading technology which allows for 16 multiple threads per core that should increase overall performance in multi-threaded tasks greatly."
Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR4-2400 16GB Memory Kit Review @ ThinkComputers.org
"The first ever DDR4 memory kit that we reviewed was from Crucial and it was their standard JEDEC kit. While this memory was impressive it is not what most gamers and enthusiasts are looking for. Today we are taking a look at a second DDR4 kit from Crucial, this time it is of their Ballistix Sport DDR4-2400 memory. This memory features an operating speed of 2400 MHz with timings of 16-16-16-5 at 1.2v. The 16 GB kit that we are looking at today of course has some very attractive, yet non-intrusive heatspreaders as well. Let’s get this kit on the test bench and see what they can do!"
Kingston HyperX Fury 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review @ APH Networks
"Now branded under the HyperX name, how will Kingston's latest Fury flash drive perform?"
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