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ASUS Announces ROG Thor 1200W Platinum PSU With OLED Display

At Computex ASUS has been showing a lot of new products, one of them is their new Republic of Gamers (ROG) Thor 1200W Platinum Power Supply. This 1200W unit is said to be made by Seasonic, based on their Prime Platinum platform. While ASUS was showing off the 1200W version, it will be delivered in an 850W version as well.

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iPhone 5s Now Available in 25ct Gold, Rose Gold and Platinum Versions

The newest tradition of having popular phones and other gadgets adorned with gold and other expensive stones had taken quite a toll in this market and caused quite a stir among the much privileged ones to whom this activity was targeted towards. Gold Genie is the name behind all this hype created quite some time ago when this was a new trend for people and now it is has set out to work with Apple’s latest creation; the next generation iPhone 5s.

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Thermaltake Launches the Toughpower Grand Platinum Snow Edition PSU

Thermaltake, being the industry pioneer brand with expertise in PC chassis, power supply and thermal solution, excited to release the latest addition to our signature power supply series – the Toughpower Grand Platinum Snow Edition 700 W and 600 W. The Toughpower Grand Platinum Snow Edition is certified with 80 PLUS Platinum that grant up to 94% efficiency, featuring high current massive single +12V rail, modular cable design, patented 14 cm flower-shape fan with the integration of FanDelayCool Technology guaranteed system for a smooth and substantial operation.

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Antec EarthWatts Platinum 650W Power Supply Review

It seems lately many companies have been coming out with power supplies that are very efficient and are made to be installed and just forgot about.  Well Antec has had a line of power supplies like this for a long time, the EarthWatts series.  Today we are going to be taking a look at one of the newest power supplies in the EarthWatts line the Platinum 650W.  This 650W power supply has an 80PLUS Platinum certification, the highest efficiency mark for power supplies.  With this power supply you will ge 92% efficiency at 50% load and 89% efficiency at 100% load.  Read on as we take it through the paces.

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OCZ Platinum DDR3-1600 4GB Low Voltage Dual Channel Memory Kit Review

Keep in mind that though most of us in the PC Hardware website realm generally fall in or near what I call the “extreme enthusiast”, more interested in overclocking, high-end gaming, or just owning powerful rigs…pretty much what you would have considered “an enthusiast” just a few years ago. But the term “enthusiast” has changed, encompassing a large number of new “enthusiasts”…the HTPC crowd, and those with high-end workstations. So rather than purchasing the upper end memory which will generally be purchased by the extreme enthusiast or overclocker, it is more likely that the buyer will get DDR3-1600 or DDR3-1333 memory. Today I will be looking at OCZ’s Platinum DDR3-1600 Low Voltage Dual Channel 4GB Memory Kit. It sports some tight timings of 7-7-7, and meets Intel’s requirement of doing its thing at a max of 1.65 volts. An has those beautiful platinum-plated OCZ Platinum heatspreaders. Will it live up to the expectations we have for OCZ memory? Read on to see!

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OCZ Platinum DDR3-1333 4GB Low Voltage Dual Channel Memory Kit Review

The standard for DDR3 memory is still 1.5v, but most high performance memory has voltages far above that. Many earlier high performance DDR3 modules had a Vdimm of 1.9v-2.1v. It still amazes me that the memory manufacturers were able to make DDR3 memory run at DDR3-2000 and higher at 1.65v. Today I will be looking at yet another low voltage dual channel kit, this one by OCZ, their Platinum DDR3-1333 4GB kit. It runs with timings of 7-7-7-20, at Intel’s required 1.65v. And of course these modules sport OCZ’s shiny platinum heatspreaders. Will this memory take my i7/P55 to victory? Read on to see!

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