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Enermax Phoenix Neo Gaming Case Review - PCstats.com Enermax Phoenix Neo Gaming Case Review
Fri, December 11 2009 | 4:07PM | PermaLink Feedback?
A generation ago the only way to tell the difference between a high end gaming PC and a beige office box was by looking inside. Today PC gamers want to brand their gear as fashionable as gaming consoles, so everyone knows what's up. There are no shortages of gaming computer cases, and because there are so many there are lots of bad choices. From my own personal experience I have discovered that an innovative design does not directly translate into a quality chassis. You really want to pick a case from a company that has been around the block a few times. Enermax is one of those companies that have been around for a while, and consitently produce quality computer components, so you can be pretty confident that any case you buy from them isn't going to be crap. One of their new cases geared for the PC gaming enthusiast is the Phoenix Neo, and it not only looks good but sports some interesting features that deserve a double take.
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Alienware M11x UltraPortable review - PCstats.com Alienware M11x UltraPortable review
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We test and review the Alienware M11x UltraPortable. Recently Alienware released the M11x UltraPortable laptop which you can configure with Core i3/i5/i7 and next to that it received the royal NVIDIA Optimus treatment. Basically you have two graphics processors inside the laptop. One embedded Intel IGP for the regular 2D stuff and the minute you start up games, an NVIDIA chip will take over and manage your accelerated gaming experience, but is this Ultra portable any good ?
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