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Gskill PI Blue 2200MHz memory

Gskill has brought to us another set of memory that comes with a memory fan cooler to help keep the memory cool during our overclocking endeavors

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ASUS EAH 5750 Formula

The ASUS EAH5750Formula is powerful sub 150USD video card, that supports Direct X 11, and can provide just about any gamer a cheap effective video card.

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ASUS ENGT240 512MB GDDR5 Video Card

The release of the ASUS ENGT240 video card fills in the gap between the higher mid-range video cards and the lower end GT220 video cards. This is a very affordable solution for mainstream gamers!

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ASUS M4A785TD-M EVO

ASUS is a name that stands out among motherboard manufacturers, and for good reason. The M4A785TD-M EVO provides a great bundle of features for a great price.

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League Of Legends

League Of Legends is mixture of real time strategy with the fast pace, fast acting game type of FPS (First Person Shooter).

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Ultra X4 750 Watt Modular PSU

The Ultra X3 series PSU’s were some nice modular PSUs back in the time, however it’s low efficiency was disappointing. This time the new X4 750W PSU is certified by the 80Plus program guaranteeing a reliable and efficient PSU.

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The Bjorn3D Holiday Guide

As we are closing to the end of 2009 it is time to see what products the staff at Bjorn3d.com recommend.

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Kingston Mobile Lite G2

Kingston has come up with a card reader that handles both Micro SD and SD cards. Also offering a 8 Gig SD card.

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Gigabyte P55A-UD6 Sata 3 & USB 3.0 Motherboard

We have the Gigabyte GA-P55A-UD6 on the test bench rocking a Sata 3 Seagate Barracuda XT drive and a Buffalo USB 3.0 1TB drive enclosure.

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GIGABYTE 275GTX Super Overclock

Just when you think we reached the apex of a specific video card performance, GIGABYTE shows us that their is still plenty of improvements that can be made. Lets find out how GIGABYTE improved upon the 275GTX video card.

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Topower Tiger Series 1200W PSU

With multi-GPU configurations becoming popular in todays gaming rigs, quality power delivery has become a necessity. Being no stranger to PSU’s, we review Topower’s latest 1200W offering.

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Silverstone Temjin TJ10B: Water Cooled with Silence

The Silverstone Temjin Series TJ10B chassis has a very stylish clean look, and to top it off, it is design is excellent for powerful internal water cooling loops with its included radiator support bars.

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Overclocking with MSI Afterburner

Here is a guide that shows you how to overclock your video cards with MSI Afterburner.

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Bjorn3D Christmas Extravaganza Contest

Welcome to the Bjorn3D Christmas Extravaganza Contest!

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Thermaltake Element V Chassis

Thermaltake provides satisfaction yet again with its newest in the Element line. The Element V features great air flow and pleasurable cable management.

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Sapphire HD 5970 OC

  Its that time of year again. Christmas is drawing nearer, so why not indulge yourself for a change this year? Today we have (currently) the most powerful GPU on the market, the Sapphire 5970 OC!

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Asus HD 5970 Voltage Tweak Edition

The Asus HD 5970 dual core GPU is the fastest single card GPU currently in production. You can raise core voltage and it’s ready to rock the most hard core enthusiast.

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Gigabyte GA-P55-UD4P LGA 1156 Motherboard

Picking an affordable 1156 socket motherboard that performs may have just gotten easier. Meet Gigabyte’s GA-P55-UD4P. A mid-range motherboard that performs beyond its price.

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ASUS Maximus III GENE

ASUS has brought to us another ROG series motherboard. And proving once again do not under estimate the GENE series motherboards size. Dynamite comes in small packages.

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Seagate Barracuda 2TB Sata 3 (Sata 6Gb/s) (ST32000641AS CC11)

The long awaited Sata 3 interface is here, Seagate is the first company to offer Sata 3 drives for the new interface, the Seagate Barracuda XT 2TB drive. Lets take it for a spin.

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Leadtek GT 220

Need a small low platform video card for your HTPC? Look no further than the Leadtek GT220! This card will satisfy all your HTPC needs as well as some minor gaming!

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OCZ Agility 60GB SSD (SLC)

OCZ has stepped into the Single Level Cell SSD market and has an Agility 60GB SSD that provides blazing speed and 10 times the longevity of MLC SSD’s. Expect fast very fast.

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Radeon HD5970

AMD is calling the Radeon HD5970 the fastest video card available. We have pitted it against the GeForce GTX295 as well as compared it to the HD5870 to see if it is as good as AMD hopes.

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Kingston SSDNow V 40GB

Kingston has broken the SSD expense barrier and delivered a 40GB boot drive at launch with MIR as low as $85, grab the Kingston SSDNow 40GB while they last (Intel Controller Drive)

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Razer Orochi Mouse & Kabuto Mouse Pad

Razer is continually expanding to fit niche markets, now they’ve released the Razer Orochi Bluetooth and Wired mouse and in our kit we found a Kabuto mouse pad, let’s take a look.

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Sapphire 5870 Vapor X

Sapphire not only built upon a powerful video card, Sapphire made this video card virtually silent, and able to keep this video card cool at all times. By utilizing their very own Vapor X coolers.

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Feser One Non Conductive Fluid

Feser has brought us a fluid that cools very well without the worry of that fluid torching our computer components if we happen to spring a leak.

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ABS SL Series 1050 Power Supply

ABS SL 1050 is packed with single +12V rail with 87A for a continuous 1040W of power. As a modular power supply it has plenty of connectors for your tri-SLI setup.

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Corsair Dominator 1600MHz 8GB kit (CMD8GX3M4A1600C8)

We are hearing that the amount of memory on Windows 7 is just as important as raw ram speed. We got a couple of 8GB kits including a Corsair Dominator 8GB kit and tested them out.

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Gigabyte GeForce 210

  Nvidia finally replaces the lower end 8 series cards with the GeForce 210. Today we see how the Gigabyte version of the card performs.

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Darkest Of Days Physx

Looking at Physx and how it evolved our gaming experience. Lets see how so in Darkest Of Days.

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Phenom 2 X4 965 (125w TDP)

AMD is continuing the tradition of improving existing CPU’s and have released a lower wattage Phenom X4 965. The old 965 has a TDP of 140w, the new X4 965 uses 125w.

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Gigabyte GeForce GT220

  Looking for a budget card that is actually able to play games? Look no further than the GT220. Today we will put this card to the test.

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Kingston HyperX 8GB Kit 1600MHz (KHX1600C8D3K4/8GX)

With Win 7 on the shelves raw ram speed might not be the key, the size of the kit might be more important. We tested a Kingston HyperX 8GB kit, but we tested it with 4GB and 8GB

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Sapphire PURE 1250W Modular PSU

Shappire, the known distributor of large variety of video cards now presents us with their new lineup of their PURE Modular Power Supplies. Based on the 80Plus Bronze standard, this power supply is one of the top of the line performing, stable and power efficient power supplies on the market.

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AMD Athlon II X4 620 & Sapphire PI-AM3RS785G

Quad-core CPU for under $100? AMD’s recent release of the Athlon II X4 CPU’s has brought a whole new meaning to value.

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Ultra X4 1050 watt PSU

  The Ultra X3 series of PSU’s have quickly gained a name for themselves, but now Ultra is ready to release a new line appropriately titled Ultra X4. Today we have the 1050 watt model.

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In-Win Maelstrom

Sporting an onslaught of fans, interior painting, and acoustic sound dampening, we review In Win’s Maelstrom full tower enthusiast case to see how it matches up.

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NZXT Lexa S

NZXT has brought us a chassis that is both stylish and small enough to take our computers to lan parties, or for those who are tight on space.

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Cooler Master Storm Mouse Pad

  Does that new mouse you bought have some issues with tracking? Well maybe you need to run it on a new surface. Today we have Cooler Master’s take on the age old mouse pad.

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