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Seagate Backup Plus Slim External USB 3.0 2TB Hard Drive Review
CPU's from both AMD and Intel - CPU's from both AMD and Intel
Thu, December 10 2009 | 6:09AM | PermaLink Feedback?
'2009 has been a great year for Bjorn3d. Up until today we have released over 250 reviews and articles and we still have a bunch ready to go out in the coming weeks. Amongst all those reviews we have seen great products as well as mediocre products. We've seen new video cards from both NVIDIA and AMD as well as several new CPU's from both AMD and Intel. 2009 also has been the year when the SSD has gotten its breakthrough and just in 2009 we have reviewed 11 SSD from companies like Corsair, Kingston and OCZ. It is now time for us, the staff at, to tell you all what products from all these (as well as the products we did not review) that we recommend for the Holidays. We hope this might give you some ideas on what to buy for your loved ones or even for yourself for this holiday!'
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SilverStone HDDBoost Review  - SilverStone HDDBoost Review
Sat, August 21 2010 | 9:02AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"System builders are at a crossroads of sorts when it comes time to choose a storage solution. Do you go for balls-to-the-wall performance and slap your wallet silly by investing in a high performance solid state drive (SSD), or are you better off picking up a high capacity, yet slower performing hard drive for a fraction of the cost? There isn't a clear cut answer, but thanks to SilverStone, there might be an alternative. What if you could have both performance and capacity, and not have to spend a fortune to get them? That's exactly what SilverStone is hoping to make possible with its HDDBoost, a seemingly ingenious device that allows you to combine the capacity of a hard drive with the performance of an SSD by fusing the two together. The end result is a home brewed hybrid drive, one that relies on RAID 1 to take advantage of the strengths of both. Admittedly this all sounds good on paper, but what happens when the rubber meets the road? Good question, and we aim to find out."
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