Jun 29th, 2009 | By Simon | Category: Network Attached Storage, Reviews, Synology
Synology has been in the network attached storage business for nearly a decade and they are often regarded as one of the best at what they do. Don't let the simple look of the DS209 fool you, this baby packs a very powerful punch.
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Jun 27th, 2009 | By Chris | Category: Evercool, Heatsinks, Fans, Coolers and Cooling Accessories, Reviews
Evercool has just released their latest CPU cooler, the Transformer 4. Read on to see how it competes against other high-end contenders, and if it transforms your view on air cooling!
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Jun 25th, 2009 | By Anthony | Category: Controller, Highpoint, Reviews
Highpoint's RocketRAID 3510 is quite the performer. With Intel's IOP341 I/O processor, 256MB of ram and four SATA channels it is perfect for those who want the performance of enterprise level RAID hardware, but at a more affordable price.
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Jun 23rd, 2009 | By Simon | Category: Network Attached Storage, QNAP, Reviews
‘Bigger isn't always better’ is a statement QNAP must not like to hear with their TS-809 Pro now being the largest Turbo NAS in their fleet. With space for 8 drives, this behemoth will make sure you're network doesn't ever run out of storage space.
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Jun 20th, 2009 | By Nivedh | Category: Enermax, Keyboards & Mice, Reviews
The new Aurora Premium and Micro keyboards from Enermax are not only functional, but are extremely beautiful works of art. What makes these aluminum keyboards so special? Read on for all the details.
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Jun 16th, 2009 | By Anthony | Category: Power supply, Reviews, Tuniq
Tuniq's Ripper 1000W is among one of the cheapest 1000W units on the market, and the cheapest we've seen here at Overclockers Online. More and more today we are seeing units who break through the age old saying: you get what you pay for. Sometimes though one does get more than what's paid for.
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Jun 11th, 2009 | By Simon | Category: Cooler Master, Heatsinks, Fans, Coolers and Cooling Accessories, Reviews
Notebooks don't generally have the best cooling available and notebook coolers are a huge help in keeping your laptop cool. More often than not the options available have more features than you need. Cooler Master has come up with the budget friendly Notepal D1 which brings everything back to the basics.
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Jun 9th, 2009 | By Anthony | Category: Flash memory, Hard Drives, OCZ, Reviews
Solid State Drives promised to offer breath taking performance and near instantaneous response. The first readily affordable generation didn't quite live up to the expectation with rapid decay in performance. After much development we finally what the initial JMicron controller should have provided.
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Jun 6th, 2009 | By Jared | Category: Antec, Cases, Reviews
If you liked Antec's P183 but it didn't quite have the room you needed, then the P193 might be just you need. More space and fans are joined with the same styling in this elegant mid tower chassis.
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Jun 2nd, 2009 | By Simon | Category: Reviews, Video Cards, Village Tronic
Desktops can easily add a second monitor but getting a second on your notebook isn't and it becomes even harder if you want three or more. With the Village Tronic ViBook the maximum number of monitors you can add is limited to how many USB ports you have.
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