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  1. ARCTIC Freezer i30 review

    ARCTIC Freezer i30 review

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    The ARCTIC Freezer i30 CPU coolers have been designed to support wattages up to a staggering 320 Watts. So, they're not just a clever name.

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    Intel SSD 520 Series 480GB review

    Intel SSD 520 Series 480GB review

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    For those whose budgets stretch a little further, really big SSDs such as the new 480GB Intel 520 Series SSD are on the menu.

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    Arcam rPac review

    Arcam rPac review

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    The Arcam rPac is a no-compromise USB DAC for discerning music lovers, that performs beautifully.

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    Gigabyte H77M-D3H review

    Gigabyte H77M-D3H review

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    Gigabyte's H77M-D3H is one of the first motherboards we've played with to sport the H77 chipset, and so far the cheapest.

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    iTwin review

    iTwin review

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    At first glance the iTwin appears to be a double sided USB drive, but it's more advanced than that.

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    XClio Touch 767 review

    XClio Touch 767 review

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    There's no doubting the big selling point of Xclio's Touch 767 full PC tower case: the seven top-mounted, starship-esque buttons that are mostly dedicated to cooling controls for the performance user.

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    Bifenix Shinobi XL review

    Bifenix Shinobi XL review

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    Firmly targeting as many performance and enthusiast PC users as it can, the Bitfenix Shinobi XL is a full tower chassis that ticks plenty of contemporary boxes.

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    Transcend SSD720 128GB review

    Transcend SSD720 128GB review

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    There's no doubt that 2011 was the year that SSDs hit the mainstream, and 2012 is certainly going to cement their place.

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    Corsair Performance Pro 128GB review

    Corsair Performance Pro 128GB review

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    Corsair has an extensive range of SSDs. This currently encompasses six product lines, including cache drives, and uses both Marvell and SandForce controllers throughout. The Performance Pro is the latest.

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    Crucial Adrenaline Cache Drive review

    Crucial Adrenaline Cache Drive review

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    Wouldn't it be great if you could somehow combine SSD speed with traditional HDD capacity? Well, Crucial's latest effort, the 50GB Adrenaline Solid State Cache Drive, aims to do just that.

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    Gigabyte GTX 680 OC Edition review

    Gigabyte GTX 680 OC Edition review

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    As impressed as we were by the reference design for the Nvidia GTX 680, we've been holding our breath waiting for the actual manufacturer's SKUs to tip up, and here is the Gigabyte GTX 680 Overclock Edition.

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    Western Digital VelociRaptor 1TB review

    Western Digital VelociRaptor 1TB review

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    Thinking of upgrading your hard drive? No doubt you've got your eye on one of those funky little SSDs everyone's talking about.

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    Freecom Hard Drive Sq review

    Freecom Hard Drive Sq review

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    Most external hard drives are "functional, but". They're useful, but not stylish. The Freecom Hard Drive Sq is different though.

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    Gigabyte HD 7850 Overclock review

    Gigabyte HD 7850 Overclock review

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    The sub-£200 graphics market is where the bulk of most PC gamers' cards come from. And the new Gigabyte Radeon HD 7850 OC just manages to sneak in under that all-important price.

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    Sapphire HD 7870 OC Edition review

    Sapphire HD 7870 OC Edition review

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    Faster, cooler and for only another £13 on top of the price of the vanilla AMD Radeon HD 7870 - why wouldn't you go for the new Sapphire HD 7870 OC Edition?

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    AMD A10-4600M review

    AMD A10-4600M review

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    More features in less space. Is AMD's new Trinity fusion chip for thin-and-light laptops an Intel Ultrabook killer?

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