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Logitech Elite Keyboard
Seeing as I had been moving from one generic keyboard to the next (which were getting typed to death) I decided it was time to invest some money in a quality keyboard. I love playing FPS games, but am also an avid web surfer, so I decided to choose a keyboard that had functions beyond the typical keyboard.

Review Link : Modfathers

"Heatsink your Hardware"-guide
Ever wonder what you could cool down in your case using heatsinks and some fans? I'll explain to you how to chill ram, mosfets, chips, videocards, HDD and much more. Take a look and discover the power of creativity..

Guide Link : Madshrimps

TaiSol K7 Heatsink Review
My first impressions of this heatsink, how could it do the job of cooling the CPU? Looks can be deceiving! While this heatsink is not for your avid overclocker, it fills a niche for the moderate tweaker and overclocker. Another plus is that it doesn't sound like a jet engine running next to your ear. Our friends at Hardware Cooling sent me this offering, and it is worth a looksee!

Review Link : Furioustech

OCZ, Athlon Cooling Solutions - Gladiator II & Dominator 2-CU Review
OCZ, better known for their highly overclockable memory, has lately been making news for their heatsinks too. Today we'll look at the Gladiator 2 and Dominator 2-CU heatsink/fan combo's for AMD chips.. We will be using the AMD retail heatsink/fan as a base comparison
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