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Leadtek GTX275 - PCstats.com Leadtek GTX275
Sun, June 07 2009 | 9:00AM | PermaLink Feedback?
With the recent introduction of the ATI HD 4890, Nvidia needed something to directly compete with this card. Their answer was the GTX275, and today we have the Leadtek version of this card. Essentialy all Nvidia partners cards are the same, with the exception of the top sticker, so whats different about the Leadtek version? For one Leadtek does not officialy opperate in North America, which means it will be hard to get your hands on one of these cards without importing it from another country if you live in North America. That makes this primarily a review for our European friends, but if you want to see the GTX275 go head to head with the HD 4890 might as well read on!
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Seventeam Z-Force 700w - PCstats.com Seventeam Z-Force 700w
Tue, August 03 2010 | 4:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
When looking at buying a new power supply you should always look at trusted brands first. Not only can a bad PSU blow itself up, but it can take everything else with it. Your $30 investment in a cheap PSU can quickly become a $500+ investment. Seventeam is definitely a brand that you can trust. Seventeam makes PSU's for brands such as Cooler Master and Silverstone, these are some of the most well known companies in the business, if these companies can trust Seventeam to supply them with PSU's then you should to. Today we have the 700 watt version of Seventeam's Z-Force line of PSU's. This particular line is certified 80 plus Silver, which is the second best efficiency rating a PSU can get. This high efficiency can also lead to a lower power bill, and in these economic times that could very well be what makes or breaks a PSU, but more on the features on the next page. Lets take a quick look at the product and continue on with the review.
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