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Intel Q9400s CPU 65 Watt

Intels Q9400 is a LGA 775 CPU that runs at 2.66 GHz and falls in the affordable CPU range. The LGA 775 has a wide user base and it’s nice to see new lower voltage chips appearing. No related posts. Read More »

Sapphire HD 4890

  Is that HD 4870 just a little bit weak? Are you wanting some more power to play your games? Well, why not try Sapphires new HD 4890! No related posts. Read More »

HornetTek Hover: External Enclosure Designed by DEM

HornetTek has designed a cool looking external enclosure that contains both style and functionality. The Hover is a 3.5” external enclosure with USB and eSATA ports. Check it out. It maybe the best looking external enclosure you can find on the market today. No related posts. Read More »

Seagate Barracuda 7200.12 Review

Seagate has launched their 12th generation Barracuda hard drive 7200.12. The hard drive is packed with areal density of 500GB per platter which reduces the number of platter needed to acheve 1TB to two. How does it performs against their 7200.11? Let’s find it out as we put them next to each other in single drive, RAID 0, and RAID 1 configuration. No related posts. Read More »

Razer Arctosa

Razer has been busy at it again this season and is introducing an entry level gaming keyboard, the Arctosa. We’re lucky enough to get an early release Arctosa for review today. No related posts. Read More »

Super Talent Pico 16GB

Looking for a lot of storage in a tiny package? How about the tiniest package? Check out the Pico 16GB from Super Talent. No related posts. Read More »

Mushkin HP3-12800 DDR3

  So you bought a new shiny i7? How about treating it to some triple channel RAM? Mushkin offers up its crack at DDR3 1600 triple channel with the HP3-12800. No related posts. Read More »

Nvidia GTX-275

Nvidia has just released the GTX-275 which fills an empty price point slot in their lineup. It promises to be an Enthusiast level GPU targeted to the value conscious enthusiast. No related posts. Read More »

The AMD HD4890

Spring means new GPU’s and today we are taking a look at the new HD4890 from AMD. The HD4890 has higher clockspeed than the HD4870 1 GB and we of course have tested them both to see what kind of performance increase we get. No related posts. Read More »

Asus HD4890 Voltage Tweak Edition

The ATI 4890 offers the highest performance of the single core ATI GPU lineup, the Asus 4890 Voltage Tweak offers more than the standard 4890, you can increase the core voltage. No related posts. Read More »


With all of these full sized ATX motherboards out there, is there room for micro ATX motherboards to get a name? No related posts. Read More »

Thecus M3800 Stream Box

You can think of the M3800 as a hybrid device, in that it provides not only the space to store your media, as well as the ability to function as a playback device. No related posts. Read More »

Thermalright AXP-140

I have no problem recommending the Thermalright AXP-140 to anyone looking for a high quality performance low noise cooling solution for their HTPC or for that matter their Lan rig. No related posts. Read More »

Honeywell Airlite 740

Tired of hanging a weight off your ear and calling it a bluetooth headset? Want something small and unobtrusive? Check out the Honeywell Airlite 740. No related posts. Read More »

Gelid WING 9 & Silent TC case fans

GELID Solutions has come up with a good balance between air flow and fan RPM’s. They also came up with a unique way of temperature control fans. Lets check out how these did. No related posts. Read More »

Choiix C-HL01-WS

Notebook cooling is not something that user can easily replaced. Thus, user must rely on the external cooling such as cooling pads, cooling stands, or a good surface. Choiix has recently released a very unique and good looking notebook stand that function as also an USB hub. Can it help you to reduce a few degrees off your precious portable system? Let’s find it out. No related posts. Read More »

Antec 750 True Power New

Antec has come up with a new PSU for us at Bjorn3D to test out. We will be looking at their True Power New 750 watt series. Let’s see what it is made of. No related posts. Read More »

Dawn of War 2 Warhammer 40,000

Dawn of War 2 Warhammer 40,000 is a RTS game with a twist, it incorporates RPG elements into the gameplay. You can customize your character with upgraded Armor and Weapons. No related posts. Read More »

PromoLocker Customized USB Flash Drives

Today we will be looking at the customize USB drives from PromoLocker, an US based manufacture of USB drives. We worked with PromoLocker to create Bjorn3D’s own custom USB drive. Check out their service and the flash drive’s performance in our review. No related posts. Read More »

Coolink Silentator

  While third party heat sinks keep getting more and more expensive, many of our wallets become smaller and smaller. Coolink hopes to save us money while giving us great performance. No related posts. Read More »

Interview With James Hildebrandt, CEO of Psyko

Bjorn3D has an opportunity to do an interview with James James Hildebrandt, head of Psyko. Psyko made a huge noise this year at CES with their hardware based 5.1 headset and James is kind enough to give us a bit more information about the headset and his background, his company information. We have also invited out members to contribute to the questions so let’s find out the answers to these questions. No related posts. Read More »

Antec 900 2 Gaming Case

Antec has recently revised the ever so popular gaming chassis, the Antec 900. Let’s see what all they did to improve the older model. No related posts. Read More »

Spire TherMax II CPU Cooler

The TherMax II CPU cooler made by Spire looks like a modified version of the TRUE, let’s see how well it performs against its look alike. No related posts. Read More »

Asus M4A78T-E AM3 DDR3 Motherboard

Asus, as usual, is one of the first companies to field a viable enthusiast AM3 board for the new generation Phenom II AM3 CPU’s. We’re lucky enough to have one to look at today. No related posts. Read More »

GigaByte EX58-UD4P

GigaByte has come back with a rock solid performing motherboard. Lets go see how the EX58-UD4P motherboard handled. No related posts. Read More »

Cooler Master V10 CPU Cooler

  When air cooling alone is not enough, some enthusiasts turn to water. But what if you’re not too fond of the idea of water running around your electronics? Well, there’s a solution and its called a TEC. No related posts. Read More »

Gelid GC1 Thermal Paste

When we go looking for T.I.M. for our computer’s we normally look at the most expensive stuff we can find. Gelid has broken this cycle, lets take a look at how the GC1 performed. No related posts. Read More »

Rosewill Conqueror Case

Rosewill has finally come up with a chassis that is both functional and has room inside. Let’s take a peek at the Conqueror chassis. No related posts. Read More »

Noctua NH-U12P SE1366

  The NH-U12P was considered one of the best, if not the best CPU cooler up to this point. Will it fare as well on Intel’s new LGA1366 socket CPU’s? No related posts. Read More »

HoneyWell Securadrive

Honeywell has come up with a new line of SecuraDrive’s that are easier to use, portable, and lets not forget the encryption it is using. Lets go find out how this little drive did. No related posts. Read More »

Coolink Chilla Ramic

With the multiple types and sizes of T.I.M. out on the market, makes you wonder whats good and whats not. Let’s look at one of the canidates from Coolink, the Chilla Ramic. No related posts. Read More »

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