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News and Reviews for June 6th 2012


Time of the news once again, and we’ve got plenty of it. There’s Computex and E3 coverage along with plenty of reviews of course and a contest of two!

Storage Related:

AviiQ ReadyClips USB Cables Review @

G.SKILL ARES 2133MHz 16GB DDR3 Review @ Vortez

Patriot Viper Extreme Division 4 16GB DDR3 Review @ Vortez

BIWIN shows off SSD With New Controller, World First Interview  @ TechwareLabs

Kingston HyperX 3K 240GB SSD Upgrade Kit Review


Audio / Video / Video Cards:


Computex: PowerColor Devil 13 HD7970 X2

Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 FleX Video Card @ Pro-Clockers

XFX Radeon HD 7750 Black Edition Video Card

MSI 7770 Power Edition @ PureOverclock

Sapphire HD7950 Dual-X FleX Edition Review (OC)


Mobile Related:

Apple iPad Mini Secret Pics Leaked and Revealed@ TechwareLabs

MEElec Air-fi AF32 Bluetooth Headphones

Sennheiser VMX 200 Bluetooth Headset

Medion Erazer X6821 Laptop Review @


PC Cooling:

Alpenföhn Matterhorn Pure Review @ Vortez

Antec H20 920 CPU Cooler Review on Technic3D

Thermaltake Water 2.0 Performer

XIGMATEK Dark Knight SD-1283 Night Hawk Edition CPU Cooler Review @ NikKTech

be quiet! Dark Rock 2 CPU Cooler Review

Be Quiet! Shadow Rock TopFlow CPU Cooler

Thermaltake Water 2.0 Performer CPU Water Cooler Review @ Legit Reviews

Noctua NH-U12P SE2 CPU Cooler Review

Arctic Freezer i30 Review

Thermaltake WATER2.0 Performer All-In-One LCS Review


PC Cases:

Corsair Obsidian 550D Case Review @

CM Storm Trooper gets a window!.

MSI Stealth Mid Tower Case Review @

InWin X-Frame Limited Edition Open Air Chassis Review



Biostar TZ77XE4 (Z77) Motherboard Review @

Asus Republic Of Gamers Tytan CG8580 System Review (i7/GTX680)

ASRock Z77 Extreme9 Motherboard

ASRock Z77 Fatal1ty Professional @ PureOverclock



Thermaltake New Products at Computex 2012  @ TechwareLabs

E3 Expo 2012 – Our Annual Booth Babe Special @ Legit Reviews

Win an Asus GTX680 courtesy of ARIA and Kitguru!

Preview: A Cheap 12-Core, 30-Watt Ubuntu Cluster @ Phoronix

Computex 2012 Booth Babes

Computex: ASRock overclocking board designed by Nick Shih

AVADirect X79 Custom Gaming PC Review

Facebook launches app centre to promote third-party software – BBC News

Canon EOS 650D – CNET (blog)

Macbook Pro 2012 TOP: Get FREE Apple Laptop Today –

Bing signs Encyclopaedia Britannica for search results – BBC News

Hybrid “ultrabooks” blur line between tablets, laptops – Reuters

Why a prepaid iPhone is an amazing deal for bargain hunters – CNET

How Charles Dickens Helped Crack Your LinkedIn Password – PCWorld

Microsoft and Google play chicken over Do Not Track – CNNMoney

Microsoft Adds Infrastructure-as-a-Service Support to Azure Cloud Platform – eWeek

Ubisoft’s ZombiU might be ported to other consoles – SlashGear

The Awesome and Unusual and Crazy From Computex 2012 @ TechwareLabs

Computex: Corsair 1200i could be most advanced PSU ever

Computex: Sapphire’s Vapor-X CPU cooler is finally done

Computex 2012 Day 2 – Hotel Walk of Fame Part 1 @ Ninjalane

Computex 2012 Day 2 – Hotel Walk of Fame Part 2 @ Ninjalane



ROCCAT Savu Optical Gaming Mouse Review

Steelseries SRW-S1 Racing Wheel

Game of Thrones (PC) Game Review @

Sorcery (PlayStation Move) Game Review @

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