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Asus VW226H Monitor - PCstats.com Asus VW226H Monitor
Sun, May 10 2009 | 12:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
In need of a new monitor? Then take a closer look at this monitor with its 26 inches and full HD resolution! At first glance it seems to be a pretty nice monitor and knowing Asus their prices are not very high either which is always a plus. A HDMI output with 2 MS and alot more features really seems to make this a good monitor but does it live up to its name or does it have back bleed issues like previous Asus monitors?
FULL STORY @ Archived from RBMODS
http://www.rbmods.com/content/8203/fist-look-at-the-vw266h-.aspx
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Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold 1000W - PCstats.com Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold 1000W
Thu, September 30 2010 | 12:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Some of you may be wondering, "Isn't Preston tired from doing writing? He finished his first one review just recently, and now he has this article ready to roll, AND he has another one lined up already..." (Yes, we work hard here at APH Networks eh.) Well, let me quickly relieve you of your concerns. I must admit, going through the International Baccalaureate program back in high school was much tougher, haha. With that aside, let's get down our first order of business. As I mentioned in my Choiix Power Fort review, I also received one of Cooler Master's top-of-the-line power supplies for this week's report. This PSU leans towards performance enthusiasts who look for greater power output, carrying a price tag of about $230 at press time. People like myself would get one of these beasts only to play Counter Strike and own those haxors with aim-bots, using my pure human skills on my high end gaming machine, lol. Cooler Master's Silent Pro Gold sets higher standards of excellence with their patented technologies such as what they refer to as Heat Transfer Technology (HTT), Hyper Path, and Hybrid Transformers (Fuel efficient Optimus Prime, is that you?). With these technologies, Cooler Master promises a power supply that not only brings home the gold medal, but also does so in such a stealthy fashion -- in a way that your Counter Strike enemies won't even know what hit them on your next round. Pushing to the limits, Cooler Master "masters" the Silent Pro Gold with the 800W, 900W, 1000W, and 1200W editions to their lineup of power supplies. Here at APH Networks, we are pleased to get our hands on the 1000W edition today and crack it open for the purpose of evaluation. Read on to see what we have discovered!
FULL STORY @ Archived from APHNETWORKS
http://aphnetworks.com/reports/cooler_master_silent_pro_gold_1000w
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