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Thermaltake Toughpower Grand 750W Power Supply Review - PCstats.com Thermaltake Toughpower Grand 750W Power Supply Review
Sun, October 31 2010 | 4:00PM | PermaLink Feedback?
For as long as I can remember, power supplies have been coming to my load tester in the same old rectangular boxes. Once in a while the size of the box will change, but never the form factor itself. Thermaltake has dropped their latest and greatest into my lap today, and to my surprise they've actually tried to do something different. The Toughpower Grand series doesn't just come in a regular metal box, it comes in a box with fancy rounded corners. Let's find out right now if those rounded corners compromise performance or bring with them a refreshing change in the world of power supplies.
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Corsair Nova Series 128GB Solid State Drive Review  - PCstats.com Corsair Nova Series 128GB Solid State Drive Review
Fri, April 23 2010 | 7:34PM | PermaLink Feedback?
“The Barefoot controller from Indilinx was all the rage last year, it was on many solid state drives we reviewed including the Crucial M225 and both the OCZ Vertex and Agility. It seems this year SandForce is getting a lot of attention, but don’t forget about the Barefoot controller. Indilinx’s new Barefoot controller, called the Barefoot ECO allows drive manufactures to use the 32nm Intel NAND flash rather than the 40nm NAND we are used to seeing in other Indilinx-based drives. Because of the smaller production process of the NAND chips this brings down the cost of the drive. Today we will be taking a look at the 128GB Nova Series Solid State Drive from Corsair that is based on Barefoot ECO controller and is less expensive than other drives based on the older Barefoot controller."
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