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Review Link : Extreme OC

Corsair TwinX 3200 LL DDR RAM review
Corsair has been one of the leading manufacturers of memory specifically designed for gamers and other enthusiasts. Their high quality modules perform well and their lifetime warranty & support is outstanding. Not too long ago we have seen a huge boost in systems using dual channel motherboards like the nForce 2, SiS 655, and the Intel E7205 chipsets.
Review Link : Extreme OC

Mitron Glacial-X Radiator Review
After unpacking the unit, my initial impression was that I had unpacked a Black Ice Pro radiator. With the exception of some mounting holes and barbs, the units look very similar. The Glacial-X ships with a jet black finish and a closer visual inspection of the fins showed no bends or paint clots to minimize overall efficiency of the unit. The unit measures in at 130mm x 160mm x 30mm. This gives it an identical footprint to a Black Ice Extreme radiator with one notable exception: depth. The Glacial-X is about two thirds the depth of a Black Ice Extreme unit. Users looking for low-profile radiators will welcome the smaller footprint, but overall heat dissipation may not be as good as a larger, or rather deeper, heater core

Review Link : MTB

HighSpeed PC's XP Unlocking Kit Review
Currently, there are two reasons to unlock the multiplier on your processor. The first, and most common, is to lower the multiplier so that the FSB can be raised to the max, yielding a better overall system overclock. But what about those of us who still have the KT133A chipset? The reason I wanted to unlock the multiplier on my 1700+ JIUHB Tbred B is so I could raise it and achieve as good of an overclock possible with my setup, since my FSB cannot go past 144. In comes the XP Unlocking Kit, an all-in-one solution provided by HighSpeed PC, which has all the tools necessary to unlock the multiplier
Review Link : E-T

EluminX™ Illuminated Keyboard (ElectroLuminescent technology) Video Review
The EluminX™ Keyboard is illuminated by using flat panel ElectroLuminescent technology and has a very slim with an overall quality design. Currently there is only one color (Aqua Marine) but more will be available. This is a full sized keyboard with regular sized keys so it's great for gaming or just about anything. Watch the Video to find out more...
VideoReview Link : 3dGameMan

Coolermaster Led fans
There is like a "million" different led fans out there but I've heard that these from Coolermaster are supposed to be the best ones. Is this true? Well that's what we are going to have a closer look at. These case fans come with 4 ultra bright leds in different colors. Let's have a close look.

Review Link : R&B Mods



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