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Power SuppliesReviews

Fractal Design Integra R2 750W Power Supply Review

Over the past couple of months we have been taking a look at Fractal Design’s line of power supplies. We started with the high-end <a href="https://www.thinkcomputers.org/fractal-design-newton-r3-600w-power-supply-review/">Newton R3</a>, we then moved down the line to the <a href="https://www.thinkcomputers.org/fractal-design-telsa-r2-650w-power-supply-review/" target="_blank">Tesla R2</a> and now we have the budget and mainstream Integra R2 750W. This power supply is currently selling for $89.99 at my favorite online retailer. It features a 80PLUS Bronze certification, a silent temperature controlled fan and the great styling we know from Fractal Design. This power supply is a great choice for anyone who is on a budget for a power supply, especially if you are not looking for a modular power supply. Let’s take a look...

Systena Unveil Tizen-Linux Powered Full HD Tablet
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Systena Unveil Tizen-Linux Powered Full HD Tablet

One of the Japanese companies called Systena announced the first Tizen-based tablet which is apparently the first Tizen product of any kind. The Tizen based operating system is basically a Web Kit runtime running on Linux Kernel and was build up with some important players like Intel, samsung and Linux foundation. Samsung has the license to the source developer kit (SDK) of Tizen 2.0. The device runs Tizen 2.0 Mangnolia operating system but is expected to get Tizen 2.1 at the time of launch for consumers.

ZTE Open
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First Firefox OS Smartphone Launches in Spain Tomorrow

We have been waiting quite a while to see a Firefox OS powered smartphone come to consumers and tomorrow the first Firefox OS smartphone will launch in Spain. The phone is the ZTE Open and service provider Telefónica lets us know that the device will be available at Movistar stores for €69 includes €30 of prepaid talk time. That is about $90 USD for those wondering.

Akasa Newton Chassis
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Akasa Newton Chassis Can Passively Cool Intel NUC Hardware

Akasa has revealed a new submissively cooled chassis for Intel’s NUC platform known as the Newton which measures (154mm x  150mm x 47mm) and performs not only as a case but also a fan-less heat-sink for the Intel processor which is linked to the NUC motherboard. In particular, the Akasa Newton is compatible with the Intel D33217GKE or DCP847SKE NUC motherboard, depending on whether you want to have an Intel Core i3-3217-U or a Celeron 847-U respectively.

Scythe Kaze Chrono Fan Controller
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Scythe Reveals the Kaze Chrono Fan Controller

Scythe just unveiled its marvelous new Kaze Chrono Fan controller model (KM07-BK), a fan controller planned for 5.25 inch drive bays and exemplified by a large LCD panel with a brick matrix similar to Tetris handhelds which can display temperature, fan speed of various channels, sense a stopped or a failing fan or simply work as a clock (which flashes alarms too).

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Apple files for “iWatch” Trademark in Japan

We have been hearing Apple <a href="https://www.thinkcomputers.org/apples-iwatch-may-arrive-in-2014/" target="_blank">iWatch rumors</a> for a while now and it seems like Apple will be going ahead with the iWatch project as they have filed for the "iWatch" trademark in Japan. With the popularity of mobile tech and success of other smart watches of course you would expect Apple to be working on some type of wearable device or at least entertain the idea.

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New AMD Radeon GPUs to Launch with Battlefield 4

I has been widely reported that AMD will launch their next generation "Volcanic Islands" graphics cards in the 4th quarter of 2013. The 4th quarter of 2013 also happens to be when Battlefield 4 will be released, more specifically October 29th. AMD has purchased the rights to the game for marketing purposes, so it makes sense that AMD would launch their new cards right around the same time the game is released.

CoolingReviews

XSPC Razor GTX690 GeForce GTX 690 Waterblock Review

We’re currently on a hot streak of XSPC watercooling components. So far we’ve looked at a <a href="https://www.thinkcomputers.org/xspc-raystorm-750-rs240-watercooling-kit-review/">full loop kit</a>, an <a href="https://www.thinkcomputers.org/xspc-ax240-dual-fan-radiator-review/">upgraded radiator</a>, and an <a href="https://www.thinkcomputers.org/xspc-ax-radiator-desk-stand-review/">external radiator stand</a>. Today’s review will round out that group of excellently performing PC cooling components with the XSPC Razer GTX690 full cover water block for the GTX 690 Graphics Card. Follow along as we find out if this block can keep our dual chip GPU as cool as this block looks.

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