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INTRODUCTION                    Up and until a few years ago most CPU cooler manufacturers didn't pay much attention to all the consumers around the world who asked for new heatsink designs that wouldn't interfere with tall memory modules and mainboard components. Now i don't really blame the people who designed those CPU coolers since back then size was what would sell to gamers and overclockers alike and if you happen to recall the huge V10 by CoolerMaster (or even the V8) then you know what i mean. Well the arrival of the AIO liqu...
INTRODUCTION                  The release of Grand Theft Auto V was enough for us to drop every review unrelated to gaming (ok not every single one but most) and focus our efforts in testing many of the available gaming peripherals we have here while playing this awesome game. Personally i have to say that i expected just a bit more from Rockstar especially since this is a 60GB game but still this past week flew by extremely fast thanks to it. Anyways i really don't know how many of you out there have limited space on your desks or ho...
INTRODUCTION                      This may not come as a shock to some people (however it does to me sometimes) but not every gamer or professional in the market is willing to spend much on a quality power supply unit even if they happen spend hundreds and hundreds of dollars/euros on a single graphics card. The good thing with this however is that it's not possible sometimes since really strong graphics cards require quite a bit of power and to get that people have no choice but to spend a lot more than they'd like to. On the ...
INTRODUCTION                          It's no secret that there are several storage choices out there for use with a desktop PC (or even a laptop) from the all-time classic regular mechanical drives up to the new solid state hybrid drives (HDD+SSD combo) and solid state drives. Things however become quite more complicated when looking for a NAS (Network Attached Storage) oriented model since there are many things one has to pay attention at aside performance and reliability such as power consumption, temperatures an...
INTRODUCTION                      When the Wireless N (802.11n) compatible routers first came out in the market slightly over 5 years ago things were quite simple since the majority of manufacturers didn't focus in the development of many such models (with a maximum speed of 600Mbps that didn't come as a surprise really). Some models using two Wireless-N concurrent signals that topped up to 750Mbps did make their appearance but their number weren't enough to draw much attention. Well all that changed with the appearance of the ...
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