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Thermaltake TMG IA1 Heatsink Review @ Hi Tech Legion

17-04-2009 by
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Thermaltake TMG IA1 Heatsink Review @ Hi Tech Legion

"Thermaltake's TMG IA1 looks like the Hulk. The TMG IA1 by Thermaltake may look intimidating at first, but it's completely harmless. The bulkiness of this heatsink can discourage a novice setting up their own computer for their first time, but if there is a will, there's a way. Thermaltake's reputation is strong when it comes to heatsinks, and computer components in general. The heatsink has four copper bars, and the bulkiness of the design is for conducting the heat coming from the CPU effectively and also, at the same time, the surfaces dissipate the heat. Let's find out if this medicine will tame the fever."

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Thermaltake TMG IA1

Thermaltake BlacX HDD Docking Station Review @ Hi Tech Legion

10-04-2009 by
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Thermaltake BlacX HDD Docking Station Review @ Hi Tech Legion

"The Thermaltake BlacX HDD Docking Station gives you the ease and convenience you could ever want. The BlacX by Thermaltake is a HDD docking station for 2.5" and 3.5" SATA HDD's. The BlacX comes in two flavors, one is USB 2.0 and the other is eSATA and USB 2.0. The docking station of the Thermaltake BlacX has a patented design that allows it to support both sizes of HDD's and keeps the cables to a minimum. The BlacX can support HDD up to 2 TB and all can be hot swappable. The BlacX is compatible with both Windows and Mac OS's as well."

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CM Storm Scout Gaming Case SGC-2000-KKN1-GP @ Benchmark Reviews

10-04-2009 by
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CM Storm Scout Gaming Case SGC-2000-KKN1-GP @ Benchmark Reviews

"What differentiates a serious Gaming PC from all the rest of the PCs in the world? To me, it's all about graphics performance, but I know there are many who would disagree. They would say it's a combination of factors, including appearance and some extra functionality needed to survive the physical gaming environment. Cooler Master has created a new division called CM Storm to address the specific needs of gamers. Their latest product, introduced at CEBIT in early March, is called Scout: The True Gaming Case, and is aimed at the mid-market enthusiast.The first thing you notice about the CM Storm Scout Gaming Case is its appearance, particularly the swooping, integrated handle that graces the top surface. That's an obvious nod to the LAN Party setting, but what about the rest of the case? The Scout has several other features that are aimed at the gaming market, as we'll see. Follow along with Benchmark Reviews and let'! s see if the Scout (SGC-2000-KKN1-GP) has enough gaming DNA to survive the ruthless natural selection process that takes place in this very demanding marketplace."

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