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Antec DF-85 Dark Fleet Series ATX Enclosure Review - PCstats.com Antec DF-85 Dark Fleet Series ATX Enclosure Review
Wed, September 15 2010 | 4:02PM | PermaLink Feedback?
We all know Antec from the many computer enclosures that they’ve put out over the years. Words like cable management, great thermals, and phrases like “man, I love that case!” are often associated their products. They used to love designing clean, sharp, and highly refined enclosures. That was until some of their engineers found themselves exploring the deepest recesses of space and returned with the new Antec Dark Fleet series enclosures. Let’s take a closer look at the fleet admiral in the line-up, the Antec DF-85 enclosure.
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Kingston 40GB V Series Boot Drive SSD Review  - PCstats.com Kingston 40GB V Series Boot Drive SSD Review
Sat, December 05 2009 | 4:02PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"The idea of having one drive as a boot drive and another drive for storage is nothing new. Kingston is the first company to bring to market an SSD for this task, though, and we must say that it is an interesting solution. With the Kingston SSDNow V Series 40GB Boot Drive available for as low as $84.99 after rebates it really might be one of the most cost-effective ways to improve any desktop's boot, shutdown and application load times. It's not every day a low-cost upgrade solution comes to market that makes such a big performance improvement, so we can see how this SSD will breathe new life into existing desktop computers and workstations in homes and offices around the world. The drive's performance was nothing short of amazing as we were seeing sequential write speeds over 230MB/s in popular benchmarks like HDTach. The drive is rated for a sequential read speed of up to 170MB/s, so this was a nice surprise..."
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