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  1. Thermaltake Level 10 GT review

    Thermaltake Level 10 GT review

    5  

    There are much, much better chassis on the market for almost half the price – we literally cannot think of a single reason for someone to buy this. In fact, all Thermaltake's other cases are heaps better than this, which is another reason why the Level 10 GT is such a perplexing anomaly to us.

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    Gigabyte GA-E350N-USB3 review

    Gigabyte GA-E350N-USB3 review

    7  

    With everything in mind, it's best not to think of the Gigabyte GA-E350N-USB3 as a cut-price alternative to a proper desktop PC platform. Instead, thanks to support for AMD's excellent UVD3 2D video feature set, it's an excellent basis for a compact, low-power home cinema system.

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    Black Gold BGT3620 review

    Black Gold BGT3620 review

    7  

    Twin-tuner terrestrial HD TV is now possible on your PC with this multi-tuner PCI-E card but it's not all plain sailing for us

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    Foxconn AHD1S-K review

    Foxconn AHD1S-K review

    7  

    Basic needn't be a bad thing, if the connection options are covered...

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    Intel 510 Series 120GB review

    Intel 510 Series 120GB review

    7  

    Just as the world and its faithful canine companion gets ready to release its new SandForce-powered SSDs, Intel has jumped the gun with its Intel 510 Series 120GB SSD.

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    OCZ RevoDrive X2 240GB review

    OCZ RevoDrive X2 240GB review

    8  

    We've had a play with OCZ's first take on the PCIe-based SSD, the OCZ RevoDrive 120GB and you could colour us fairly impressed. A little while later and the OCZ RevoDrive X2 240GB has found itself slotted into our test bench.

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    Intel Core i7 2600S review

    Intel Core i7 2600S review

    8  

    Apart from the low power rating, the Core i7 2600S still retains all the familiar features of the 2600 family: four cores, eight threads and 8MB of Smart Cache. But as with all the S class chips, it's clocked slower than the rest of the their family.

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    Intel Core i5 2500T review

    Intel Core i5 2500T review

    8  

    Although it's getting all the attention as the flagship chip in the second generation Core i5 line-up, there are a couple of other interesting family members. Not because of their overclocking ability – they don't really have any – but because they're low power chips. The most interesting one of these is this Core i5 2500T.

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    Intel Core i3 2100 review

    Intel Core i3 2100 review

    6  

    After all the Sandy Bridge goodness without the quad-core price-tag? Then the dual-core Intel Core i3 2100 might well be up your street.

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    AMD Radeon HD 6790 review

    AMD Radeon HD 6790 review

    6  

    In the red corner- AMD. In the green corner, NVIDIA. Age-old adversaries locked in an epic technological arms race. Lately the battles have been fought at the high end of the price spectrum, atop Mount Expensive, both parties chucking massive dual-discrete GPUs at each other.

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    Intel Core i7 990X Extreme Edition review

    Intel Core i7 990X Extreme Edition review

    8  

    The i7 990X is one of Intel's classic Extreme Edition class CPUs; beyond the grasp of most mere mortals and more powerful than most of us could possibly need. It follows in the footsteps of Intel's other hexcore processors, like the i7 970 and drops in almost identical footfalls as the i7 980X, itself another Extreme Edition.

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    Gigabyte G1.Assassin X58 review

    Gigabyte G1.Assassin X58 review

    6  

    The latest Intel Sandy Bridge chips have dominated CPU-related column inches, for better or for worse, since their release early last month. That said, it's still the Gulftown chips and accompanying X58 chipsets that sit atop the entire Intel range though, for now at least.

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    MSI Big Bang Marshal review

    MSI Big Bang Marshal review

    8  

    MSI has thrown absolutely everything at its latest Big Bang Marshal P67 motherboard, and it all seems to have stuck. This is quite simply the most fully featured Sandy Bridge P67 motherboard around.

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    Zotac H67-ITX Wi-Fi review

    Zotac H67-ITX Wi-Fi review

    9  

    With its DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort output options together with the Quick Sync video transcoding technology of Intel's Sandy Bridge processors make Zotac's H67-ITX a good choice to form the basis of a tiny HTPC or media PC.

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    Zotac Nvidia GeForce GTX 590 review

    Zotac Nvidia GeForce GTX 590 review

    7  

    So in the end we have a very fast card, as fast as AMD's own very fast card. But is there really a place for such a beast in the world today?

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    Foxconn H61MX review

    Foxconn H61MX review

    6  

    It may be a basic motherboard, but the Foxconn H61MX is Sandy Bridge for £60

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