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Month Archives: March 2010

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Patriot Valkyrie 2-Bay NAS Review

<center><img src=""></center><br> Given the fairly large feature set wrapped up in a well constructed, attractive unit, the Valkyrie is a good buy for those in the market for a simple home NAS. It supports up to 4TB of storage and has all the most commonly used functions like an FTP server, print server, media server, and one touch backup to an external device.<br><br><br> Via [<a href="" target="new">Tweaknews</a>]

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OCZ Technology’s Vertex 2 Pro 100GB Solid State Disk Review

As time goes on we are seeing what was once enterprise-only technology being weaved into consumer products. Dual core processors have eliminated the need for dual processor systems used for A/V production. In the storage field we have the adaption of 10K platter speeds and technological advances like Native Command Queuing. Today we are looking at the OCZ Technology Vertex 2 Pro. What makes the Vertex 2 Pro so special is that it uses one of the first true enterprise grade solid state controllers and pairs it with low cost consumer grade Multi-Level Cell (MLC) NAND flash memory<br><br><br> Via [<a href="" target="new">TweakTown</a>]

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Jetway NC94-510-LF Mini-ITX Atom Motherboard Review

<center><img src=""></center><br> Today we take a look at a low power high efficiency Intel Atom D510 based board from Jetway. This board offers the ability to have a Home media or backup server that wont break the bank. The NC94-510-LF from Jetway includes some surprising features for such a compact board with some possible issues which we explore in our review.<br><br><br> Via [<a href="" target="new">TechwareLabs</a>]

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Thecus N2200 Review

The N2200 is an entry level dual bay NAS. It has a fairly long list of features without making it overly complex to configure, plus it comes at a low price. Since Thecus seems confident about the N2200 we took a closer look at it to see if this is justified.<br><br><br> Via [<a href="" target="new">techPowerUp</a>]

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Roku XR Review

<center><img src=""></center><br> Most people should have heard about the ease of use that the Netflix streaming service provides. One of the major components of this ease of use would be the set top boxes that provide the service on TVs. Roku was the original and is still the best way to get streaming Netflix to your TV, right now.<br><br><br> Via [<a href="" target="new">ASE Labs</a>]

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TITAN Skalli Universal CPU cooler Review

<center><img src=""></center><br> At £25, and performance not a world away from a cooler nearly twice that cost, it will make a great cooler for someone whose case is too small to fit a larger cooler, with decent performance for all but those who will break the 130W limit with heavy overclocking.<br><br><br> Via [<a href="" target="new">XtremeComputing</a>]

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Scythe Grand Kama Cross SCKC-2000 Heatsink Review

In this review Frostytech is testing Scythe's Grand Kama Cross heatsink, the supped-up successor to the Kama Cross. This time around Scythe have sized it up by selecting a 140mm PWM fan that spins at 500-1300RPM, instead of the standard 120mm size. The Grand Kama Cross is a quiet all-around heatsink, at most producing 45.9 dBA noise and at best a nearly inaudible 29.8 dBA in our real-world tests.<br><br><br> Via [<a href="" target="new"></a>]

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Evercool Cross Flow System Cooler – Make your computer Deep Breathing

<strong>Taipei, Taiwan—2010—</strong>EVERCOOL Thermal Corp., Ltd., one of the famous and professional cooler and fan manufacturers in Taiwan. To be the solver to deal with the computer over heat problem, EVERCOOL not only pays attention on computer cooling performance, but keeps adding classic and aesthetic into product design to make the coolers have attractive appearance. For system cooling, EVERCOOL is going to launch Cross Flow System Cooler with classic look in the end of 2009. It is compatible with 5.25 Driver Bay. Its design is like a turbine to inhale outside air into case, and increases the air convection to effectively cool. In addition, adjustable speed is a convenient design for users; according to needs, they can adjust the wind speed, and the maximum of air flow is 100CFM. Moreover, the easy installation makes users install quickly and easily.


February 2010 in Review

Another month has gone by here at ThinkComputers! This month was a really bad month for weather here in Pittsburgh, one of the worst storms in memory hit us and things haven't got much better, it has been snowing almost every other day. Besides the crazy weather we had a lot of really cool reviews this month. My favorite would have to be the <a href="">Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 13-inch notebook</a>. It is a great consumer based laptop, but at the same time it has many business features people will like. Also make sure you check out the <a href="">Is Android Taking Over</a> article. Read on to see the top content, traffic sources, etc for February.

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