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  1. Skyguy

    Verbatim SATA III 120GB

    Async SSDs can provide as much as $100 in savings verses a SSD that uses synchronous (Sync) NAND of the same capacity. The Verbatim SATA III 120GB is one such SSD, so let's see if the performance and price are a winner. Click Verbatim SATA III 120GB for the full review.
  2. windwithme

    Affordable choice for Intel advanced X79 - BIOSTAR TPower X79 overclocking test

    It’s been more than three months since Intel Sandy Bridge-E was released last November. There are three types of CPUs, two 6C12T types, and the affordable 4C8T i7-3820 released lately. There are a lot of MB brands of Intel X79 chipset on the market. Among the various MB brands in the market...
  3. Skyguy

    HIS Radeon 7750

    Today marks the launch of the AMD Radeon 7750, and the this HIS model is the latest in their lineup. Not everyone is a hardcore gamer and enthusiast, and there is a considerable number of consumers out there that need something far more affordable that can still satisfy a gaming fix. Click...
  4. Skyguy

    Enermax Fulmo

    Enermax is probably not best known for their case designs; rather, they’re very renowned for their power supplies, but they have produced several cases, and we've seen them to be typically rather garish creations. We're not fans of the outlandish, but the Fulmo mid-tower case is a distinct trend...
  5. Skyguy

    BitFenix Outlaw

    Today we have the BitFenix Outlaw Mid-Tower ATX chassis on the bench. This mid-tower chassis offers premium features, inverted internal layout, and advanced styling come with a very attractive price tag of $50. Click http://www.pureoverclock.com/article1387.html for the full review.
  6. Skyguy

    NZXT Source 210 Elite

    Today we're looking at the NZXT Source 210 Elite Mid-Tower case. This chassis was designed by NZXT for gamers on a very modest budget that don't want to sacrifice quality for the sake of getting something "cheap". As we've seen many times, inexpensive doesn't necessarily mean cheap. Click...
  7. Skyguy

    Sentey Optimus GS-6000

    Today we will be looking at the Sentey Optimus GS-6000 Mid-Tower which happens to have loads of tool-less retention systems in place as well as a pleasing aggressive style and some great cooling all on a fantastic budget. At only $60, you may be surprised at what Sentey has to offer at this...
  8. Skyguy

    Cooler Master Centurion 5 II

    Today we will be looking at Cooler Master's latest offering the Centurion 5 II; with options to hold up to five fans and uses a tool-less retention system, this may prove to be a great option for those on a tighter budget. Click HERE for the full review.
  9. Skyguy

    Thermaltake V3 Mid-Tower

    The Thermaltake V3 PC case is geared towards the value-conscious consumer. However, affordable and practical do not always go hand-in-hand, but for Thermaltake this synergy is usually blended and what comes out is more often than not, quite good. This chassis looks like it may live up to...
  10. Skyguy

    Kingston SSDNow V Series 40GB Boot Drive

    We've seen some very fast SSDs over the last while, but they remain very expensive, and for most people, a hotrod SSD just isn't in the cards for a system upgrade. High prices are always a stumbling block to new tech adoption, and SSDs are no different. However, there may be relief on the...
  11. Skyguy

    Enermax Staray

    The Staray is Enermax's latest mid-tower case, and comes in at a budget price with some flashy aesthetics. The simple lines of Staray give a very good first impression, and there are some great features here that you would normally find in a premium chassis, yet offered at a much more...
  12. Skyguy

    NZXT Lexa S

    A look at NZXT's lineup reveals a multitude of mid-towers, and the Lexa S is the latest addition to this extensive list. The Lexa S is a smart blend of value and quality, a combination everyone loves. A well-equipped little brother to the larger Lexa, let’s take a closer look at this new case...
  13. Skyguy

    NZXT Beta EVO

    Founded in 2004, NZXT is relatively new compared to some of the seasoned veterans in the chassis market. Despite this, they are able to churn out high quality and budget minded products with gamers in mind. Today, we've got the NZXT Beta EVO for review. How does it compare to the competition...
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