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The News for November 1st 2011

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How about some news for you from our friends around the world. This will hopefully be a regular piece for us, it’s news, reviews and articles from other websites from everywhere really. Read on and check out the latest!

Storage Related:

Icy Box Network Media Server IB-Nas6220 @ Rbmods

OCZ RevoDrive 3 240GB PCIe Solid State Drive @ Pro-Clockers

QNAP TS 219P II Turbo NAS Review

SilverStone Treasure TS07 USB 3.0 Enclosure @ Benchmark Reviews

Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk 2TB External USB 3.0 Hard Drive Review @ThinkComputers.org

Silverstone SST-TS07B Enclosure & EC03B Internal USB3.0 PCIe Card Review

Buffalo TeraStation Pro 8 Bay Review

OCZ Octane MLC drives set to shake up SSD market

 

 

Audio / Video / Video Cards:

Sapphire HD6970 Battlefield 3 Flex Edition Review (Limited Edition)

NETGEAR NeoTV – NTV200 Connected Media Streamer Review @MissingRemote

Sewell InjectIR – IR over HDMI Remote Extender Review @MissingRemote

MonoPrice HDMI to Component & R/L Stereo Audio Converter Review @MissingRemote

SoundScience Halo 6 LED Bias HDTV Blacklight Kit by Antec Review @MissingRemote

Kitguru Lite VIDEO – AMD’s HD6990 and silent air cooling

The Effect of GPU Memory on Surround & Stereo 3D Performance @ Hardware Canucks

UEBO M100 Digital Media Player Review @ APH Networks

 

 

Mobile Related:

Android USB Tethering Shared Internet Access @ Benchmark Reviews

Thermaltake Massive23 GT & Cooler Master NotePal U Stand Cooler Review

Kitguru Lite presents the Alienware M18x with Extreme Edition

Jabra SUPREME Bluetooth Headset Review @ Real World Labs

 

PC Cooling:

Phanteks PH-TC14PE CPU Cooler Review @ Legit Reviews

Alphacool Heatmaster II  Cooling-Controller Review on Technic3D

Alpenfoehn K2 CPU Cooler Review @ Real World Labs

Enermax ETS-T40-TA CPU Cooler Review @ HardwareHeaven.com

NZXT HAVIK 140 Cooler Review

 

 

PC Cases:

COUGAR Evolution Review @ Vortez

BitFenix Outlaw Mid-Tower Case @ Bjorn3D

BitFenix Outlaw @ PureOverclock

Lian Li Cowry PC-U6 Special Edition mATX Case Review @ Hardware Canucks

Raidmax Blade Mid-Tower Computer Case @ Benchmark Reviews

Thermaltake Level 10 GT Snow Edition Case @ Benchmark Reviews

Corsair Carbide 400R Mid Tower Case Review @ ThinkComputers.org

Cubitek Tank XL-ATX Case Review @ ThinkComputers.org

Thermaltake Armor A30 Small Form Factor Case Review

Lian Li PC-A05FN Review @ Vortez

Cooler Master Storm Trooper @ PureOverclock

Silverstone Precision PS06 @ techPowerUp

 

Power Supplies/ Related:

Thermaltake Berlin 630W PSU Review on Technic3D

Enermax Platimax 600 W Power Supply Review @ Hardware Secrets

Thermaltake Dr. Power II PSU Tester @ Pro-Clockers

Cooler Master Silent Pro Hybrid 1050W Fully Modular Power Supply Review @ThinkComputers.org

 

Motherboards:

EVGA Z68 FTW Motherboard Review @ Ninjalane

ASUS X79 Motherboard Preview @ Techgage

MSI 990FXA-GD80 AM3+ Motherboard @ Benchmark Reviews

ASRock Z68 Extreme7 Gen3 Review

Foxconn A75M Review @ Vortez

 

 

Assorted:

Zotac ZBOX Nano AD10 Plus U Mini PC Review @ HotHardware.com

Win the new Sapphire HD6970 Battlefield 3 FleX Edition!

Intel Core i7 2700k Flagship Showdown Review @ eTeknix.com

Analyzing the SandForce Acquisition, An Interview with LSI @ HotHardware.com

Intel piles on the pressure with a £25 ($40) price cut on 2700k

AMD FX-8150 Bulldozer Processor @ Benchmark Reviews

Win a Prize Pack from Tt eSports at Bigbruin.com

AMD FX-8150 Review @ t-break

Linux 3.1 Enhances Sandy Bridge, Preps For Ivy Bridge @ Phoronix

Netgear Universal WiFi Range Extender WN3000RP Review @MissingRemote

Using the Native Video and Picture Library Guide @MissingRemote

Rosewill Wireless-N WiFi USB Adapter @ Benchmark Reviews

Zotac ZBOX Nano AD10 Mini PC Review @ ThinkComputers.org

Intel Core i7 2700k Review

Asus boss Jackie Hsu reveals X79 plans

Win 1 of 2 Buffalo Nfiniti WZR HP AG300H 300Mbps Wireless Routers!

Wired2Fire Diablo GTX Gaming System Review (4.8ghz @ £999)

Power Consumption: FX 8150 v i5 2500k v i7 2600k

CryoPC Alto HTPC Review @ XSReviews.co.uk

CryoPC Alto HTPC Part 2 Review @ XSReviews.co.uk

 

Gaming:

Battlefield 3 (PC) Game Review @ HardwareHeaven.com

Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One @ HardwareHeaven.com

Battlefield 3 Benchmarked: GPU & CPU Performance Test

Thermaltake Tt eSPORTS Meka G-Unit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review @ APH Networks

BlizzCon 2011 Roundup @ HardwareHeaven.com

BlizzCon 2011 – Hardware Vender Booths

BlizzCon 2011: Blizzard Announces Big Things for Diablo, World of Warcraft, and StarCraft

Mad Catz Street Fighter X Tekken Arcade FightStick Pro @ Benchmark Reviews

Thermaltake MEKA G-Unit Gaming Keyboard @ Benchmark Reviews

Battlefield 3 Beta: PC Hardware Tested @ Benchmark Reviews

SteelSeries 5H V2 Medal of Honor Gaming Headset Review

Hauppauge HD PVR Gaming Edition Review

World of Tanks – Vodka driven battlefield action video

Logitech Performance MX Mouse Review @ eTeknix.com

Hybrid PhysX Mod 1.05ff @ NGOHQ.com

Tt eSPORTS Isurus In-Ear Gaming Headset Review @ HardwareHeaven.com

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