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Lian Li PITSTOP T60 Open Air Test Bench - Lian Li PITSTOP T60 Open Air Test Bench
Fri, September 10 2010 | 2:49PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Once the overclocking bug bites, there are two paths most take. The first path is for those who like the speed boost overclocking offers, but still look for longevity in their investment. On the opposite end of the spectrum, there are some of us that should likely be involved with some sort of meetings or rehab to council us out of our addiction for speed and every last megahertz we can get from our components. Taking that even a step further, there are those of us who constantly swap out components, like various sets of memory for the best SuperPi or WPrime bench results, or for collecting medals on HWBot. I know when I used to do all of these things, most cases just don’t allow the ease of access that an open air configuration can offer, if done correctly. Today we get to put the PITSTOP PC-T60 through a few laps and see how well she performs. The T60 fits m-ATX and ATX motherboards, but they do offer a PC-T7 for mini ITX users. Both test benches come in three color choices as well. Exposed brushed aluminum (silver), anodized black, or anodized red, so you can match the chassis with the components, still giving your racer a unified look. Lian Li sent us the black anodized version for testing, so let’s get the crew over the wall and get in a few laps!"
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Seagate Momentus 7200.4 500GB ST9500420AS Review - Seagate Momentus 7200.4 500GB ST9500420AS Review
Fri, May 22 2009 | 9:00AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"There's still nothing in the notebook world that can touch the largest desktop drives, which now offer up to a portly 2TB, but the latest capacity milestone notwithstanding, mobile hard drives have begun closing the gap. Today we take a look at Seagate's newest Momentus model, the 7200.4 500GB hard drive. Representing the largest capacity yet offered in a notebook drive, Seagate also says its latest Momentus is also the best performing. That's a big claim, and not only will we throw the hammer down on the Momentus, but we'll test two of them in a RAID 0 array, giving us 1TB of total storage spinning at 7200RPM."

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