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Be Quiet! Introduces the Silent Loop Series AIO Liquid Coolers

Be Quiet!, the market leader in PC power supplies in Germany for ten consecutive years, today introduces its line of Silent Loop All-in-One water cooling systems. Through the use of an innovative decoupled reverse-flow pump, Silent Loop delivers high-performance cooling at a minimal sound level, guaranteeing quiet, efficient cooling for overclocked and high TDP CPUs in high-power computer systems. To ensure compatibility with all types of performance-heavy PCs, be quiet! offers three different Silent Loop models.

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Nanoxia Project S Silver Now Available

Nanoxia Project S Silver now available. The Project S is now available at our German distributor PC-Cooling. Shortly, customers will be able to purchase it at our European partners. The base for the development of the Project S has been the widely known "NanoXia Project", which we first showed at Computex 2015 and which was also a great eye catcher at this year's Gamescom in Cologne. The very elegant and extremely user friendly case combines high-grade steel for maximum stability, an aluminum front panel with RGB LED bar for the classic look and a top cover made of tempered glass to allow an unobstructed view on the interior of the case.

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AMD’s X370 Enthusiast Chipset Detailed

New details have emerged regarding AMD's X370 chipset. This will be AMD's enthusiast chipset for the AM4 platform and will support the upcoming Summit Ridge processors. These processors are of course based on the new Zen architecture and offer a 40% IPC increase over Excavator and much higher efficiency.

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Win a Sumo Air Lounge Chair!

We are back with another contest! This time we are teaming up with our friends from Sumo Lounge to give away one of their Sumo Air inflatable lounge chairs! These inflatable lounge chairs are just awesome and perfect for the beach or park! Don't believe us? Check out our full review here! We have one (1) Sumo Air (black) to give away to one lucky person! We will be running this contest on Facebook and it really is quite simple to enter! See the instructions below on how you can enter! A big thanks to Sumo Lounge for providing the Sumo Air for us to give away!

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NVIDIA Could Be Making Its Return To Apple Computers

It looks like NVIDIA could be making their return to Apple Computers. Current Apple Mac computers are powered by graphics chips from AMD, and they have been for a while now. NVIDIA graphics has not been an option for Apple Mac users for some time now. Well it looks like that might change soon, NVIDIA has just posted a job for a software engineer in which their role would require “working in partnership with Apple” and writing code that will “define and shape the future”’ of graphics-related software on Macs.

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TSMC Will Be Ready To Take 7nm Orders By April 2017

Many people do not realize that many of the products we use rely heavily on are nothing without the foundries that produce the silicon that powers those products. This makes the progress of the fabs very important to us enthusiasts. We have just heard that TSMC, one of the leading foundries, will be ready to take orders for products on the 7nm node by as early as April 2017. This is very significant to us as this lets us know when we can start expecting GPUs and CPUs based on the same node.

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Valve Planning To Make Changes To The Steam Store

Valve once again will be making some pretty big changes to the Steam Store. This new update will include a visual refresh for the home page, additional left column navigation, friends activity, and much more. These new changes were announced by Valve on the SteamWorks forums. While these forums are private we managed to get the general highlights of the upcoming update.

Kingston SSDNow UV400 480GB Solid State Drive
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Kingston SSDNow UV400 480GB Solid State Drive Review

We have seen almost all solid state drive manufactures release an "entry-level" drive. This is mainly because of the ready availability of TLC NAND. While these entry-level SSDs do not have the performance and endurance of the high-performance SSDs we all love, they most definitely offer better performance and endurance than traditional hard drives. Kingston is one such company that has recently released an entry-level solid state drive and today we get to take a look at it. The drive is the SSDNow UV400 and it is powered by the Marvell 88SS1074 SSD four-channel controller with Toshiba 15nm 2D planar Triple-Level Cell (TLC) NAND. The drive offers sequential read and write speeds of 550 MB/s and 500 MB/s respectively along with a random 4K IOPS read and write of 90,000 IOPS and 35,000 IOPS respectively. Let's jump in and see what the SSDNow UV400 from Kingston is all about!

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ThinkComputers Podcast #78

In this episode of our weekly tech podcast we talk about our review of the MSI X99A XPower Gaming Titanium Motherboard, AMD's upcoming Vega GPUs, AMD Zen, HP possibly crippling 3rd party ink cartridges, how you can watch the presidential debates on Twitter and more!

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