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Thermaltake Luxa2 S100 & R200 Review – Welcoming Wireless Charging!

Today we get another innovative product from Thermaltake’s mobile division – Luxa2 – the S100 Wireless Charging Pad and Receiver Kit as well as the R200 Dual Receiver. The S100 is an interesting product and from what we can see is a stepping stone to further wireless charging capabilities. The S100 comes in a small black box with some blue trim …

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Sapphire R9 380 Nitro 4GB Graphics Card Review

Sapphire has long been known as one of AMD’s best GPU partners, making some very incredible cards in the past like the Toxic 290X, which was one of the best cards available. Today we have Sapphire’s R9 380 Nitro 4GB card, a value oriented card using a value oriented GPU, seems like a nice match lets see how well it …

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In Win 703 Mid Tower Chassis Review

In Win’s 703 Mid Tower Chassis is today’s topic of discussion. Coming in on Amazon at $74.09, this case is a steal for under $100. This mid tower case is like a dapper suit for your components. It’s strong bold colours resonate the beauty and strength of this case. It comes in two colour patterns, a predominately black with red and …

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Intel’s Tick-Tock Production Cycle Slows Down

Most PC enthusiasts have heard about Intel’s Tick-Tock production cycle. Simply put, each Tock introduces a new micro-architecture while the Tick then miniaturizes to a small fabrication process. This meant the new CPU series was introduced once a year where one year a Tock is introduced and the following a Tick is then introduced in which the process repeats itself. …

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Noctua NH-U9S CPU Cooler Review – Compact Asymmetrical Design

Today we’ll be taking a look at yet another fine cooling solution from the good folks at Noctua; a company whom, if you’ve read our cooling reports before, you should be quite familiar with by now.  However, if you haven’t, all you need to know is that they specialize in making top quality and acoustically fine-tuned PC cooling solutions. While …

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Intel Rumored to Switch Back to FIVR in 2017

The Haswell platform was where Intel introduced FIVR or the fully integrated voltage regulator unit. This placed some of the VR (Voltage Regulation) on the die allowing for motherboards to have less power phases on board. For the upcoming Skylake and including next years Kaby Lake, Intel has decided to go back to the traditional power delivery system with voltage …

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