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Logitech Squeezebox Radio Review

Logitech’s latest addition to the Squeezebox family is the Squeezebox Radio. It is built smaller than the Squeezebox Boom and is less expensive, yet packs a lot of exciting features in a compact space. Via [<a href="http://www.testfreaks.com/blog/review/logitech-squeezebox-radio/" target="new">TestFreaks</a>]

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HIS Radeon HD 5770 1GB Video Card Review

Having recently taken the time to see what HIS was doing with the HD 5750, today we'll be seeing what exactly is going on with the more powerful HD 5770. We've managed to have a look at a few HD 5770s since the launch of the model and they've all done an excellent job of impressing us. It's time to see what HIS have going on and what they can offer us which stands out from the pack. We're not going to do anything too out of the ordinary today when it comes to reviewing the card; we'll first take a quick look at the package before we have a closer look at the card itself and the specifications. Via [<a href="http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/3083/his_radeon_hd_5770_1gb_video_card/index.html" target="new">TweakTown</a>]

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Thermaltake Evo_Blue 750 watt PSU Review

There comes a time when your old power supply just can't put out enough power. Whether this is due to a new component, or just the natural aging of the PSU you just need a new PSU. Those running a higher end system with a single graphics card will probably find a sweet spot around the 750-850 watt area. Those who have previously used a modular PSU probably would not like to desert this luxury. Many people including me also like to have a bit of style. Thermaltake has combined all of these into one product, the Evo Blue 750 watt PSU. This PSU features blue LED lights with creative designing, and 750 watts of power. Not only that, but it also has a modular design, so you can easily manage all of the cables in your case for efficient airflow. This will not only help your temperatures, but it can also make it easier to work in your case when you switch out components. Lets take a closer look at the Thermaltake Evo Blue 750 and see if its the right fit for you. Via [<a href="http://www.bjorn3d.com/read.php?cID=1700" target="new">Bjorn3D</a>]

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Raidmax Skyline Review

<center><img src="http://www.overclockersclub.com/siteimages/articles/raidmax_skyline/8_thumb.jpg"></center><br> The idle temps were lower than most of the comparison cases, but began to fall apart compared to the other cases once temperatures increased to load conditions. As I stated on the previous page, this was most likely due to the lower airflow provided by the stock fans. Raidmax's intentions was for this case to be quiet, if not silent. With this being the case, the rise in temperatures is not wholly unexpected.<br><br><br> Via [<a href="http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/raidmax_skyline/" target="new">OCC</a>]

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AeroCool DCC-C900 CPU Cooler Review

Today we have the opportunity to take a look at the AeroCool DCC-C900 CPU Cooler, a compact CPU cooler with a transparent white frame and blue fins. This CPU cooler uses three 6mm copper heatpipes in a “U” form to use the DCC or Direct Core Contact technology to cool the CPU. It supports LGA 775/AM2 and K8 CPUs, but unfortunately doesn’t support the newest CPU architectures. Installation is a breeze with this cooler, which could fit into almost any size case. Read on further to see what else it has to offer.

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