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Kingston 128GB V Series Notebook Upgrade Kit Review - Kingston 128GB V Series Notebook Upgrade Kit Review
Wed, March 17 2010 | 9:00AM | PermaLink Feedback?
Kingston thought of everything when it comes to designing an SSD drive for the notebook market at large. The drive has adequate performance, but it is primary designed to slide into the enclosure and work as an external drive hooked up through the USB interface which allows up to 480Mb/s of bandwidth between the two devices. The SATA 2 interface is not necessary as the bundle includes an enclosure to work with notebook PCs that have limited expansion bays and may not fit an SSD drive internally .At the end of the day, the Kingston Notebook Replacement drive is a SSD drive with all of the positives you could want and is available online for under $300 making it a good fit for those wanting a SSD drive without paying the high price of some others on the market that may offer higher performance but cost more. The Kingston 128GB Notebook Upgrade Kit is available at most e-tailors and many PC DYI centers.
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PowerColor Radeon HD 6870 PCS+ Call Of Duty Edition - PowerColor Radeon HD 6870 PCS+ Call Of Duty Edition
Wed, December 22 2010 | 4:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"This card is factory overclocked with clock speeds of 940MHz on the Barts core and 1100MHz on the GDDR5 memory so you get a boost in performance to start with. When it comes to overclocking higher, there is some headroom left on the HD 6870 PCS+, though not much. On the core overclocking I was able to push the card to a clock speed of 1003MHz (63MHz) and 1208MHz (108MHz) on the memory. This amounts to increases on the order of 6.5% on the core and just under 10% on the memory. These increases, although slim, still offer measurable gains in performance across the test suite."
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