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Auzentech X-Fi Bravura sound card review - Auzentech X-Fi Bravura sound card review
Wed, June 16 2010 | 9:03AM | PermaLink Feedback?
When we reviewed the Auzentech X-Fi HomeTheater HD a few weeks back, I was without a doubt extremely impressed by the overall performance of the card. Combining the best hardware (For the most part, anyway) for impressive sound quality across the board, the X-Fi HomeTheater HD is really a true audiophile's dream. But let's be realistic here -- unless you are really picky in audio and searching for the best of the best, the rest of the crowd may find it just a bit hard to justify the cost of a sound card that pretty much retails for more than most motherboards at press time. What if you are a casual audiophile looking for a sound card that delivers more than what integrated audio solutions offer, but at a more affordable price tag? Auzentech might just have the solution for you. The Auzentech X-Fi Bravura is a PCI Express based audio board that costs roughly half of what the X-Fi HomeTheater HD commands at the time of writing this review, yet retains some of the electronics found on its bigger brother such as the bi-polarized aluminum electrolytic Nichon MUSE ES audio grade capacitors, Cirrus Logic CS4382A 24-bit 192 kHz 8-channel DAC, and a handful of other things. It even has fully swappable operational amplifiers on all channels, which even the X-Fi HomeTheater HD does not have! Is the Auzentech X-Fi Bravura an appealing solution to the masses, or is it just riding on the brand, a cheaped-out version that you shouldn't bother with? We took the liberty to find all the answers for you in our review today!
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Mushkin EP-400AP  400W PSU Review - Mushkin EP-400AP 400W PSU Review
Thu, August 06 2009 | 9:03AM | PermaLink Feedback?
The Mushkin EP-400AP 400W PSU arrived Technic3D. See you in the following Review from Technic3D the next PSU with two +12V rail (18A), 120mm Fan (Thermal fan control), 4x SATA hard disk connectors, 1x PCI-e 6-Pin and 1x PCI-e 6+2 Pin."
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