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Axle GeForce GTX 460 ACE review - PCstats.com Axle GeForce GTX 460 ACE review
Mon, November 29 2010 | 4:00PM | PermaLink Feedback?
The GeForce GTX 460 comes in many forms, shapes and sizes, but pretty much all of the cards out there are based on the NVIDIA reference design. That by itself is a rock solid design with no compromises at all. However we are gurus and we like to see things with a little niche and that x-factor. As such it's always with the greatest pleasure that we review the more customized products. Axle joins in on that trend as well as they recently released a factory overclocked model with an Arctic cooling Accelero Xtreme PRO cooler sitting on top of that GPU.
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Cooler Master Choiix Air-Through Stash Notebook Cooler Review  - PCstats.com Cooler Master Choiix Air-Through Stash Notebook Cooler Review
Thu, April 08 2010 | 2:48PM | PermaLink Feedback?
There is a simple way to keep your netbook or laptop from turning your legs into a hot iron griddle. They've been around almost as long as laptops themselves and have proven themselves time and again: Notebook coolers. From the ultra-compact foldaway ones to the gigantic models intended for those widescreen behemoths that people are using now, notebook coolers are everywhere. And they seem to get more inventive, more practical, and uglier by the minute. The Coolermaster Choiix Air-Through Stash we're reviewing today meets all that criteria, except the ugly part, and even gives you room to put in up to 500GB of storage. That's right, you can take an old 2.5” SATA/SSD HDD (up to 500GB) and put it in this bad boy for nondescript data storage. All I can say is that it's about time someone found a use for all that extra space on notebook coolers that didn't involve some faux fur-lined drawer that's just big enough to fit a USB stick.
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