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Titan TTC-G20TZ ADI Docking Station Review
     Sun, Jan 23 2011 | 9:03A | Notebooks | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Titan TTC-G20TZ ADI Dock is more than just a cooler for your notebook, it is also a docking station that extends your system’s capabilities. The Titan ADI Dock TTC-G20TZ adds multiple USB ports and extends your primary notebook display into another monitor, increasing your workspace. The Titan ADI Dock TTC-G20TZ was designed to be compact and stylish while keeping your desktop clutter at a minimum."
  FULL STORY @ HITECHLEGION

SilverStone SOD01 Slimline DVD Writer
     Sun, Jan 23 2011 | 9:02A | Optical Drives | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
“Today we are going to be looking at a combination of 2 products from SilverStone: the SOD01 Slim DVD super multi-slot loading 8X DVD±R drive and the 3-in-1 small multimedia storage solution, the TS03.”
  FULL STORY @ PUREOVERCLOCK

XFX PRO 650 W Power Supply Review
     Sun, Jan 23 2011 | 9:01A | Video Cards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"XFX is releasing their Pro series of power supplies, with single +12 V rail, DC-DC secondary design, and 80 Plus Bronze certification. So far three models were released: 650 W, 750 W, and 850 W. Let's see how the 650 W model fared in our tests."
  FULL STORY @ HARDWARESECRETS

Extensive Benchmarks Of Amazon's EC2 Compute Cloud
     Sun, Jan 23 2011 | 9:00A | Benchmarks | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Last month we delivered our first benchmarks of the Amazon EC2 Cloud, but those initial tests were limited to just a few of their cloud computing instances due to failures with the Ubuntu EC2 operating system on their other compute instances. Earlier this month we then showed how the Amazon EC2 Micro was comparable to a Nokia N900 and Intel Atom, but now we have a more exhaustive comparison complete of all major Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud types. Using the Amazon Linux AMI operating system, we have run a plethora of performance benchmarks on the m1.small, m1.large, m1.xlarge, m2.xlarge, m2.2xlarge, m2.4xlarge, c1.medium, and c1.xlarge cloud computing instances."
  FULL STORY @ PHORONIX

Intel D525MW Mini-ITX Motherboard Review
     Sat, Jan 22 2011 | 4:03P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
In the past few years, Intel has really taken some steps in dominating the low power, small form factor board market. Today we have the Intel D525MW mini-ITX motherboard in our labs for review. The board is small, low powered and does not have a single fan on it. Don't confuse this for a Clarkdale or Sandy Bridge system however, the D525MW is a dual-core Atom board so it's not as much designed for playback of HD content as it is for a less visible activity - like serving that content to a HTPC or streamer. Let's see if this board can compete in a cramped (no pun intended) SFF market and be a viable solution for your home server or NAS needs.
  FULL STORY @ MISSINGREMOTE

ASUS Sabertooth P67 Motherboard Review
     Sat, Jan 22 2011 | 4:02P | Motherboards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Sandy Bridge is now upon us and Intel has already had overwhelming success with this new platform since its release just last week. Consumers can finally get their hands on the new processors and new motherboards. Arriving a little later than the plethora of Sandy Bridge boards now available to the consumer is the ASUS Sabertooth P67. The Sabertooth is taken from ASUS' new TUF (The Ultimate Force) which is specifically designed for the professional that is looking for a robust and fearless design. It may have some cut-down features that you would typically find on a RoG motherboard but it still has a rich feature-set that is going to attract a lot of attention. The design is like no other, and its going to be divide people into the 'love it, or hate it' camps... the term used so often today "its like marmite you either love it or hate it" springs to mind."
  FULL STORY @ VORTEZ

Dell XPS 17
     Sat, Jan 22 2011 | 4:01P | Computer / SFF PCs | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
“The Dell XPS 17 is a powerhouse of a laptop with a 17-inch display, a quad-core Intel Core i7 740QM CPU, 6GB of RAM and a discrete Nvidia graphics card with 3GB of video memory. While rather on the pricey side, you do get a lot, including a Blu-ray drive and two 500GB hard drives for lots of storage.”
  FULL STORY @ TECHREVIEWSOURCE

 
Synology DS211 NAS Review
     Sat, Jan 22 2011 | 4:00P | Servers | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"Synology are a strong force within the NAS market. Apart from just a few other names in the business they have an abundance of NAS products that cater for the home user right through to the corporate enterprise. Last year we took a look at the Diskstation DS410 and DS210j and we were very impressed. This time we are to look at a newly released NAS called the DS211. Which is the next product up from the DS210j. The naming system that Synology adopt is quite intuitive - Diskstation (DS) Number of bays (2) Year of production (11). The variable at the end of each of the product range such as + or j symbolise - Performance (+) Entry Level (j). So our unit today has 2 bays, is 2011 model and is from neither performance or entry level range."
  FULL STORY @ VORTEZ

Asus DirectCU & AMD Radeon HD 6850 Graphics Cards
     Sat, Jan 22 2011 | 12:03P | Video Cards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Radeon HD 6850 is AMD's sub US$200 entrant in the discrete graphics card market. We have two on the bench to compare, a reference sample from AMD, and the Asus EA6850 DirectCU, which is overclocked, has an adjustable core voltage, and is cooled using a direct-touch heatpipe heatsink. They turn out to be winners, especially the Asus.
  FULL STORY @ SILENTPCREVIEW

ASUS GeForce GTX 570
     Sat, Jan 22 2011 | 12:02P | Video Cards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today NVIDIA launches their new GeForce GTX 570 graphics card which is based on the new more power efficient Fermi technology that we saw on the GTX 580, too. ASUS' GTX 570 is a full reference design implementation, the only difference is a small clock speed increase of 10 MHz.
  FULL STORY @ TECHPOWERUP

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 Video Card Review
     Sat, Jan 22 2011 | 12:01P | Video Cards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"When the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480 graphics card went to store shelves back in April 2010 it had an MSRP of $499 and while it was fast it was criticized for being too hot and power hungry. Here we are eight months later we see the GeForce GTX 480 becoming discontinued and eradicated by the GeForce GTX 570. The GeForce GTX 570 costs 30% less at $349.99 and offers an improved cooling solution and performance that is right around the same as the GeForce GTX 480. Obviously, the GeForce GTX 570 is the better video card as the price is lower, the card runs cooler and the performance is not significantly different. Compared to a GeForce GTX 470 the new GeForce GTX 570 blows that card out of the water as we saw a number of benchmarks where the GTX 570 was more than 30% faster. With a price point and performance at this level the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 should be able to do battle with the AMD Radeon HD 6950 and 6970 when those 'Cayman' GPUs are released by AMD next week..."
  FULL STORY @ LEGITREVIEWS

EVGA Geforce GTX 570 SuperClocked DirectX 11 Video Card Review
     Sat, Jan 22 2011 | 12:00P | Video Cards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"This release includes the EVGA GeForce GTX 570 Superclocked. The EVGA Geforce GTX 570 Superclocked is going to eat up the market. The GTX 570 SC comes fully loaded with 1280MB of GDDR5. The EVGA factory overclock sets the core speeds to 797 MHz, memory to 3900 MHz(effective), and shader clock to 1594 MHz. There are 480 CUDA cores which matches the GTX 480."
  FULL STORY @ HITECHLEGION

AMD HD 6950 Video Card Review
     Sat, Jan 22 2011 | 9:03A | Video Cards | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"With the capability to flash to the 6970 BIOS, the HD 6950 packs a punch that makes it excellent value for $300. Even with the stock BIOS, this card competes with the best of them."
  FULL STORY @ OVERCLOCKERS

Panasonic Viera TC-P50GT25
     Sat, Jan 22 2011 | 9:02A | Home Theatre | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
“The Panasonic Viera TC-P50GT25 is a 50-inch plasma 3D HDTV that has excellent 2D and 3D performance, Internet connectivity and good quality THX sound. The color quality and black levels are also among the best we've seen. And it won't break the bank, but it is slightly unattractive looking and doesn't have built-in Wi-Fi.”
  FULL STORY @ ENTERTAINMENT

Kingston SSDNow V 100 256GB and SSDNow V+ 100 256GB
     Sat, Jan 22 2011 | 9:01A | Memory | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Given the performance difference between the Kingston SSDNow V+ 100 and SSDNow V 100 we cannot justify the 19% rise in cost per gigabyte. Looking back at our file copy test the SSDNow V+ 100 was as at best 19% faster than the SSDNow V 100, while we found the margin was more realistically around 5%. However when measuring real-world performance there was virtually no difference in performance between these two drives.
  FULL STORY @ LEGIONHARDWARE

Kingston SSDNow V+180 64GB SSD Review
     Sat, Jan 22 2011 | 9:00A | Hard Drives/SSD | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Last September we published a budget SSD round-up featuring eight drives priced at or below $150. Kingston's SSDNow V Series was among the models tested, and at just $125 ($1.95 per gigabyte) the 64GB version was an exceptional value. Utilizing Toshiba's TC58NCF618GBT controller, the drive provided surprisingly impressive performance. Kingston has since expanded their SSD range by adding the SSDNow V100 and SSDNow V+100 Series to the mix. They also released a portable 1.8" line called SSDNow V+180 designed for ultra-mobile devices, such as ultra-thin notebooks, netbooks and tablet PCs. Since the SSDNow V+180 Series is a spin-off of the original SSDNow V+ Series, it features the same Toshiba T6UG1XBG controller. As a result, the same sequential read/write throughput of 230MB/s and 180MB/s still applies, and it comes in the same 64GB, 128GB or 256GB capacities. Solid state drives supporting the 1.8" form factor are nothing new and, in fact, many products we've tested have 1.8" alternatives. We don't consider the 1.8" OCZ Vertex 2 a viable option with its asking price of $240 for 60GB, but at around $25 cheaper than the 64GB SSDNow V+180 Series the Onyx certainly is. We will be keeping a close eye on this match up in our review, so read on to see how Kingston stacks up against the competition.
  FULL STORY @ TECHSPOT

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