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Synology DS209, Budget Alternative to DS209+

Synology has recently launched a budget version of their flagship DiskStation DS209+ at whopping $200 cheaper in the price. Today, we are going to put it against its older brother and see how much performance hit would you expect by saving $200. No related posts. Read More »

Thermal Paste Round Up

With all the thermal paste solutions out there, exactly who is the best? Step on inside the Dragon Lair and let’s find out. No related posts. Read More »

Asus HD 4770 Formula Edition

  When the stock cooler isn’t enough for you, then you generally buy an aftermarket heat sink to keep your graphics card cool. Well Asus has decided to do this for you with their new Formula edition of the HD 4770. No related posts. Read More »

ICY DOCK MB877SK-B

Needing a 5.25″ HDD bay enclosure that allows you to remove the HDD when it is need? The ICY DOCK MB877SK-B might be right up your alley. No related posts. Read More »

Icy Dock MB876SK

  You may not be a business owner, but you can still benefit from a removable HDD rack. The HDD can quickly be removed from the rack for use in another computer or as a hard drive replacement. No related posts. Read More »

ASUS EN9600GT 512 meg

ASUS has made an allready Flexable video card, more flexable. Lets see inside on what ASUS did to an allready good performing video card the 9600GT. No related posts. Read More »

PC Power & Cooling Pro-Source 1500

The PC Power & Cooling Pro-Source is an industrial quality Pure Sine Wave Uninterpretable Power Supply capable of keeping your system running for 12 minutes under a 600 watt load. No related posts. Read More »

How to Run Linux in a Virtual Desktop

Have you ever wanted to install Linux, just to see what its like without actually setting up a dual boot? Or maybe you’d just like to try Folding@Home from a Linux install. Read on as we show you how to set up a Virtual PC from within Windows. No related posts. Read More »

Kingston KHX12800D3LLK3/6GX (Revisited)

We have decided to take a second look at the Kingston KHX12800D3LLK3/6GX six month since the inception of Core i7 and see if the matured BIOS has any effect on its performance and overclocking result. Also, we will be looking at the performance gain of the faster memory on the Core i7 920. No related posts. Read More »

Kingwin ABT-1000MAIS Power Supply

  In this day and age you can never have enough power for your computer. Why not give the Kingwin 1000MAIS power supply a spin? With 1000 watts of power, you’ll be able to power your new super computer. No related posts. Read More »

Ikonik Vulcan 850w PSU

  Does that new hardware require a bit more power? How about your want for a modular design? Well, how about checking out the Ikonik Vulcan 850 watt power supply for your new rig? No related posts. Read More »

Cooler Master Hyper TX3

  With Intel’s new socket right on the horizon, there are not a whole lot of coolers equipped to fit on the new socket. Today we have the Cooler master Hyper TX3, which will fit this socket. No related posts. Read More »

Razer Sphex

Razer gives us their new mouse pad before launch, the Sphex. Being the thinnest gaming pad available, we give it a run to see how it holds up against its heavyweight competitors. No related posts. Read More »

Leadtek Winfast PxVC1100

If you have the need to transcode a large volume of high definition contents, you must check out the Leadtek’s Winfast PxVC1100. It uses Toshiba’s SpursEngine to assist high definition transcoding and also enhances the video images. We put it against a Core 2 Quad processor running at 3.0GHz and NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 280 with Badaboom. Who comes to the top in terms of transcoding speed and image quality? Check it out. No related posts. Read More »

Kingwin XT-1264

Kingwin has come up with another good replacement of the nasty stock coolers that AMD and Intel uses for there CPU’s. Lets take a sneak peek at the XT-1264 CPU cooler. No related posts. Read More »

ICY DOCK MB881US-1S-1

ICY DOCK has come up with a good way for us people to use them extra SATA hard drives that been taking up precious space. No related posts. Read More »

Patriot 128Gig Torqx

When it comes to our computers, the actual slowest device we use constantly in it is the HDD itself. IS there any way we can relive ourselves of this type of constraint? No related posts. Read More »

OCZ Vendetta 2

  What happens when you want great performance from a CPU cooler without breaking the bank? You look for alternatives! The OCZ Vendetta 2 is the perfect starting point for your quest. No related posts. Read More »

HIS HD 4890 Fan TURBO

The HIS HD4890 Fan Turbo is a factory overclocked HD4890 from HIS. We have compared it to both the HD4870 1 GB and the GeForce GTX275 to see how well it performs. No related posts. Read More »

Ikonik Ra X10 Liquid

  Are you tired of just a plain old case? How about getting this bad boy with twin quad 80mm rads, and plenty of room for expansion, you can be sure you wont run out of room for the most amazing liquid cooling system. No related posts. Read More »

MSI 790FX-GD70

Our last MSI board gave us the essentials and a few more toys. Their enthusiast board offers everything a hardcore enthusiast would want and a whole lot more. No related posts. Read More »

Asus Maximus II Gene

Just when you thought that the older socket 775 CPU motherboards came to an end ASUS, breeds new life into this CPU socket type. No related posts. Read More »

SilverStone Element 850w

  With new cards just on the horizon, you will need evermore powerful PSU’s to run them. SilverStone is no new kid on the block. You can trust them for a reliable PSU such as the Element 850w. No related posts. Read More »

Amd Phenom 2 X2 550 & Athlon 2 X2 250

The Athlon 2 X2 250 and Phenom 2 X2 550 BE are great price/performance CPU’s that offer a good punch for a great price. See what we achieved with them on an $85 motherboard. No related posts. Read More »

Sapphire HD4770 512meg

Our first impressions of mid range video cards is bottom of the barrel performance. Let’s look at the Sapphire HD4770 that uses ATI’s new 40nm process and GDDr5 memory. No related posts. Read More »

Gigabyte GTS 250

Famous for their non-reference video card designs, Gigabyte announces their Nvidia GTS 250, with Zalman cooling and native HDMI support. No related posts. Read More »

Spire CombiPod card reader

Spire has come up with a card reader that is simple enough for us to use, small enough to carry around from place to place. Lets take a peek at the CombiPod from Spire. No related posts. Read More »

Asus ATI EAH4770 Video Card

The Asus EAH4770 is a mainstream video card that has enough power for everyday computing and runs video games respectably for a GPU in the Sub $100 (USD) price range. No related posts. Read More »

Danger Den 295 GTX Water Block

We have all been staggered by the raw power of Nvidia’s 295GTX video card. Now, let’s heat things up when we at Bjorn3D stick a water block on this video card. No related posts. Read More »

Asus ENGTX260 Matrix

Asus ENGTX 260 Matrix is Asus’s own design of the highly regarded GTX 260 card. It incorporates a dual cooling solution, a revamped iTracker software, and the ability to overclock the video card’s voltage. Find out if this card can live up to its promise in terms of cooling and overclocking as we put it through our tests. No related posts. Read More »

HornetTek D-Slim

HornetTek has launched the D-Slim, a multi format DVD drive that is mained for those who need an optical drive on the go. This slim drive supports wide variety of disc formats and has a very good read and write performance. If you have recently purchased a Netbook and need an optical drive, be sure to check this drive out as we put it through our test to see if this portable optical drive would be with your money. No related posts. Read More »

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