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GIGABYTE Radeon HD 5750 Silent Cell & HD 5570 OC Video Cards - PCstats.com GIGABYTE Radeon HD 5750 Silent Cell & HD 5570 OC Video Cards
Thu, July 15 2010 | 9:03AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Over the past few months I've had a few mid range cards rock up and with high end launches and all those fun things I haven't actually taken the time to look at some of these mid range models. Since we haven't looked at a mid range model since our last testbed upgrade, we didn't really have anything to compare them against. So today I've thrown a pair of GIGABYTE cards together. The first is an overclocked HD 5570 and the other is a HD 5750 Silent Cell. Compared to some of the more recent video card reviews you see, this one will be a little more cut down due to the nature of the models. For example, no AA testing will take place. Before we get stuck into the testing, though, we'll have a look at both cards, first the HD 5570 OC and then the HD 5750 Silent Cell. Once that's done we'll get stuck into the benchmarks and then both cards will be looked at in our TPR and TVR graphs. Again, though, these will be new ones based on mid range and lower models."
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Xpad Slim Notebook Cooling Pad Review - PCstats.com Xpad Slim Notebook Cooling Pad Review
Thu, July 02 2009 | 4:00PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"We have reviewed quite number of notebook cooling pads from low end till high end but today we will review a very unique notebook cooling pad which is totally different with those cooling pads that we have reviewed previously. Xpad Slim from Xpad4laptop is a passive and simple notebook cooling pad without any active cooling ventilation system. Let us go through further on this device."
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http://hardwarebistro.com/index.php?option=com_simple_review&Itemid=84&review=94-Xpad-Slim-Notebook-Cooling-Pad-Review
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