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Gigabyte Full Tower Case – Horus AX

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Gigabyte has released its new full tower casing named HORUS AX, fully painted black and equipped with fans with a purple light. Case dimensions of 530 (L) x 232 (W) x 510 (H) mm, weight – 14.08 kg. Material for production models Horus AX steel thickness is 0.8 mm and 1 mm. Read More »

HIS R9 270X Iceq X2 Turbo Boost Clock 2GB GDDR5 PCI-E DLDVI-I/HDMI/2xmini DP Review, Design and Testing Performance

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In this new review, we will discuss the details of the HIS R9 270X Iceq X2 Turbo Boost Clock 2GB GDDR5 PCI-E DLDVI-I/HDMI/2xmini DP , as you can guess it is based on the AMD Radeon R9 270X chip. This graphic card has the original design and efficient cooling system and functional software for monitoring Temp. and overclocking from the ... Read More »

Gigabyte Introduced New GeForce GTX 760 Model

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Gigabyte has introduce the new model of the GeForce GTX 760 with the code No. (GV-N760WF2OC-2GD) supplemented with two-fan cooler WindForce 2X. This new model is 265-mm in length and equipped with 2-GB memory DDR5 and factory overclocked steam processor 980 (1033) / 6008 MHz to 1033 (1085) / 6008 MHz core and memory respectively. Read More »

Scythe: Tatsumi Coolers Details

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Scythe is going to release two new coolers for both Intel and AMD soon.  The model has size (102 x 83 x 146 mm) and weight (450 g), it is not surprising that it costs just $ 32.  Scythe Tatsumi is listed as SCTTM-1000B. Read More »

MSI Radeon R9 290X LIGHTNING Review, Design and Testing

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MSI Lighting Series was introduced back in 2009, with the replacement of the cooling system and low frequencies show the basic units, which makes it completely unique in hi-end-class.  MSI LIGHTNING have a set of additional features, using which the user can achieve even greater performance. These cards are not only aimed of the modern games, but also for overclocking. Read More »

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