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ECS Black Series X58B-A ECS Black Series X58B-A "Nehalem" Motherboard Review
Sat, August 15 2009 | 4:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
The Intel Core i7 is the current king of the desktop performance market and shows no signs of slowing down. At present, the Core i7 processor is the superior number crunching executioner of choice compared to any other CPU solution to cross this test bench to date. This success would be for naught without the X58 platform which currently solely supports it.
FULL STORY @ Archived from FUTURELOOKS
http://www.futurelooks.com/ecs-black-series-x58b-a-nehalem-motherboard-review/
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Logitech G500 Laser Mouse review - PCstats.com Logitech G500 Laser Mouse review
Thu, June 03 2010 | 9:02AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Engineered for advanced precision and control." That was the slogan used on the retail box of Logitech's MX500 high performance optical mouse way back in the day (Funny how I still remember it so clearly so many years later, haha). The Logitech MX500 was undoubtedly a success when it was released in 2003, and it was held in very high regard by enthusiasts and gamers alike. In fact, the same Logitech MX500 I purchased in Hong Kong more than half a decade ago still holds its own special place here at APH Networks in Calgary, Alberta. But performance was not the only reason why I liked it so much. It was the contoured shape of the shell that delivered a snug and comfortable fit, especially for a user such as yours truly who enjoys operating a mouse with my palm resting over its entire surface. And I was not the only one that liked the mouse so much for its cutting edge performance during its time, as well as its brilliant shell shape. Its popularity led to the same basic design being carried over to the MX510 and MX518; when the laser sensor came along, the G5 and G5 V2 were also created. Being a proud owner of every mouse in the series, it should not be surprising that Logitech's latest successor is being added to my collection -- other than maybe the fact that it wasn't until now that I am reviewing it! Building upon the G5 V2 as aforementioned that received the highest mark ever awarded on APH Networks since May 2007, and has held that honor ever since for three years and counting, how will the Logitech G500 -- now with a even more powerful laser sensor, 'frictionless' scroll wheel, and onboard memory -- step up against its very well received predecessors? Read on to find out!
FULL STORY @ Archived from APHNETWORKS
http://aphnetworks.com/reviews/logitech_g500
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