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Hydro Series H80i High Performance Liquid CPU Cooler
When corsair released its closed loop H80 water cooler in 2011. We found it to be one of the best-performing dual-fan kits available. It was also very loud at full blast and cumbersome to install. The updated H80i model sets out to address these issues while also improving performance.
GeForce GTX 680 v.s Radeon HD 7970: The Final, Silent Showdown (Part 2)
In the game of high-stakes poker known as the GPU industry, once a manufacturer reveals its hand, it then waits for the competition to do the same. If the competing manufacturer reveals a more powerful or desirable alternative, due to a combination of price, performance, noise, or all three, the other manufacturer will oftentimes update its lineup with a new Extreme Titanium Platinum FTW Balls-to-the-Wall Edition, which is usually mildly overclocked.
GeForce GTX 680 v.s Radeon HD 7970: The Final, Silent Showdown (Part 1)
There are many flavors of GeForce GTX 680 out in the wild, from cards that have only modified the reference design with pretty stickers to this heavily mutated bad boy from Asus. For those not familiar with Asus nomenclature, this is the DirectCU II version of the GTX 680, meaning it features a heat pipe and fan-based cooler approximately the size of mainland China.
Buffalo MiniStation Thunderbolt 500GB
Thunderbolt bandwagon with both feet. The first is the fact that it debuted on the Apple platform. Granted, we're a bit sensitive, but this just rubbed us the wrong way. Second, Thunderbolt doesn’t exist on LGA2011 due to a requirement for integrated graphics.
Fujifilm FinePix SL1000 – A 50x Optical Zoom Camera Review (Part 1)
Fujfilm FinePix SL1000 is the newest camera which has 50x optical zoom, the same as Canon PowerShot SX50 HS and Sony Cybershot HX300. The best strong point of Fujifilm is price, it is cheaper than all of other models getting the same 50x zoom, and also integrated other special features like RAW recording, coming with tilting screen and EVF.
The Contemporary APUs - AMD Trinity vs Intel Ivy Bridge (Part 11)
One of the advantages of integrated systems is that they have low power consumption and low heat dissipation when compared to the PC configured with discrete graphics. Platform integration is often bought with the purpose to minimize operating costs and locate the computer in a compact casing.
The Contemporary APUs - AMD Trinity vs Intel Ivy Bridge (Part 10)
The chart shows that AMD's efforts in promoting the heterogeneous computing concept has not been wasted. The Radeon HD graphics cores implemented in the Trinity APUs really help improve their performance. As a result, A10 and A8 APU series are as fast as the Core i3 series, the general perspective differ from what we see in traditional applications without using graphics core resources.
The Contemporary APUs - AMD Trinity vs Intel Ivy Bridge (Part 9)
Advertising its hybrid processors, AMD perseverance reminds us that the integrated graphics core can be used to accelerate general-purpose computations. That is true. OpenCL and DirectComputeframeworks enable parallel computation on both x86 and graphics cores are supported by both the AMD Trinity and iv.
The Contemporary APUs - AMD Trinity vs Intel Ivy Bridge (Part 8)
For a general overview of relative 3D graphics performance of the heterogeneous Trinity and Ivy Bridge processors, we will check them out in Futuremark 3DMark 2011. Graphics cores in modern processors are compatible with DirectX 11 and have no problem running this benchmark.
The Contemporary APUs - AMD Trinity vs Intel Ivy Bridge (Part 7)
The latest WinRAR runs fine on the multi-core processors, but quad-core Trinity APU is somewhat slower than the dual-core Core i3 CPUs that support Hyper-Threading. On the other hand, A10 and A8 series are much faster than the Pentium and Celeron CPUs which are being ahead of the AMD's A4 and A6 in terms of data compression speed.
The Contemporary APUs - AMD Trinity vs Intel Ivy Bridge (Part 6)
As usual we use the Bapco SYSmark 2012 set to estimate the performance of the processor in general purpose tasks. It emulates the usage models in popular office and digital content creation and processing applications. The idea behind this test is quite simple: it creates a single score characterizing the average computer performance.
The Contemporary APUs - AMD Trinity vs Intel Ivy Bridge (Part 5)
Although Core i3-3225 is not a senior model in the Core i3 series. It is the fastest Intel CPU in this article. It's all about market positioning: the Core i3-3225 is the closest to the AMD A10-5800K on price as well as the fact that it offers the most advanced modification of the HD Graphics 4000 core in the entire i3 series.
Mini-ITX System Cases - Four Compact Versions (Part 8)
We examine the case of systems with their accompanying sources if available. The temperature of the CPU is measured by Core Temp 0.99.8. HDD, GPU and mainboard temperature is measured with CPUID Hardware Monitor. The speed of the fan is measured by a one-speed optical Velleman DTO2234 Statistics
Mini-ITX System Cases - Four Compact Versions (Part 7)
With the cover removed, we can see a similar image installation like on the Foxconn mentioned above. The PSU is located in the traditional way at the back, leading the hot air outside. The backplane of the optical drive can be removed. Of course, there are certain characteristics.
Mini-ITX System Cases - Four Compact Versions (Part 6)
As opposed to the model mentioned above, this PSU lacks SATA power connector. You will not be able to plug two drives (2.5 and 3.5-inch ones) and an optical drive without an adapter. However, the gap between the SATA power connector on the cable shows that they are not consistent with the optical drive.
Mini-ITX System Cases - Four Compact Versions (Part 5)
While the Foxconn RS-338 (L) mentioned above differs from the previous RS-224 model that has been tested in both design and functions (lack of a second expansion slot, different PSU), the InWin IW-BM643 model is almost an exact copy of the famous IW-BM648 InWin model.
Mini-ITX System Cases - Four Compact Versions (Part 4)
The accompanying power supply is another difference between the RS-224 and the RS-338 (L). In spite of the form factor (TFX), the installation method and the available power are the same, the PSU is still remarkably different, both in the appearance and specifications.
Mini-ITX System Cases - Four Compact Versions (Part 3)
When you look at the back of the product we will see the difference in size compared to the Antec model discussed above. Foxconn’s is higher (when standing upright) than the width of the PSU placed in its usual position near the back of the shell. Foxconn’s is also significantly larger.
Mini-ITX System Cases - Four Compact Versions (Part 2)
The Antec ISK 310-150 case model comes along with the Antec 150-8 FP power supply which has a strange form, which we have mentioned above when describing in detail its case.
Mini-ITX System Cases - Four Compact Versions (Part 1)
We will talk about four miniature system cases from the well-known manufacturers such as Antec, Foxconn and InWin. We will examine not only the characteristics and functionality of these cases but will also perform a detailed test of the power supply that comes with it by default.
The Contemporary APUs - AMD Trinity vs Intel Ivy Bridge (Part 4)
Intel's Ivy Bridge series has been extensively tested already, but we’ve never approached them as APUs. Meanwhile, the release of the OpenCL 1.1 support on the graphics core was one of the main advantages of this microarchitecture. Indeed, Ivy Bridge can be considered as the Intel's first hybrid processor generation.
The Contemporary APUs - AMD Trinity vs Intel Ivy Bridge (Part 3)
For each variant Trinity 100W, AMD also offers a more energy-efficient version with a 65W TDP. The A8-5500 is a more economical counterpart of the A8-5600K. They are identical in all specifications except for the clock rate of the executive core.
The Contemporary APUs - AMD Trinity vs Intel Ivy Bridge (Part 2)
The third constituent component of the Trinity is the integrated North Bridge responsible for system memory access. The Socket FM2 platform specially developed by AMD for the new APU generation supports dual-channel DDR3 SDRAM at frequencies up to DDR3-1866.
The Contemporary APUs - AMD Trinity vs Intel Ivy Bridge (Part 1)
The CPU realm has changed in the past few years. Currently, most desktop CPUs are sold with an integrated graphics card. It is such products that occupy the entry-level and midrange market segments, which make people buy a graphics core along with a CPU when they assemble a new computer.
Western Digital Sentinel DX4000 NAS Review (Part 4)
The fastest ​​read and write speeds are 100 and 80 MB/s. The external hard drive can compare the performance with two RAID1 disks. Compared to the other NAS storage devices with the same hardware, the Sentinel DX4000 is slightly slower than average.
Western Digital Sentinel DX4000 NAS Review (Part 3)
The Sentinel DX4000 is inferior to the NAS storage devices on the Linux basis considering the HDD configurations. It only supports a RAID. Thus, the basic configuration is a RAID1 built out of two HDDs. The Sentinel DX4000 has two WD2002FYPS drives from WD’s RE4-GP series.
Western Digital Sentinel DX4000 NAS Review (Part 2)
The Sentinel DX4000 is reckoned to be easy to set up. We should consider if that is not so. The system requirements of the NAS consist of a DHCP server for the LAN that you can connect it to, and a computer installed Windows XP operating system or higher to set up the initial configuration.
Western Digital Sentinel DX4000 NAS Review (Part 1)
Western Digital is one of the few first and leading HDD manufacturers remained after a mass of mergers. However, this company also offers other sorts of products, including media players and storage devices coming with network, this product is considered to be the main business activities of this company.
The Roundup Of 120mm Fans: 1,350RPM Speed And More (Part 10)
The Corsair SP120 can be complimented among the hi-quality fans. It is superior to other products in performance and even defeats its sibling – Corsair AF120, whose performance is only average. Plus, the three Scythe Gentle Typhoon High RPM models are all good and on par with each other.
The Roundup Of 120mm Fans: 1,350RPM Speed And More (Part 9)
Zalma, a firm from Korea, turns up in this review with 2 model. The first is ZM-F3 FDB packed in a translucent plastic box. The paper inside givers information relating to the product on the back.
The Roundup Of 120mm Fans: 1,350RPM Speed And More (Part 8)
The Spire Air Force 120 LED (SP12025N7L4-B-PWM) is an interesting product, although there's nothing special about it with reference to packaging. The fan is boxed in a cardboard box indicating its key features.
The Roundup Of 120mm Fans: 1,350RPM Speed And More (Part 7)
The Scythe Gentle Typhoon High RPM series has impressively high speeds. The lower-level models have a rated speed of 3,000RPM yet the medium-level and hi-end models speed as fast as 4,250 and 5,400RPM. The airflow is specified at 83, 116.5 and 150.1CFM.
The Roundup Of 120mm Fans: 1,350RPM Speed And More (Part 6)
The impeller blades’ surface feels rough when touched but we don’t know whether there’s any technical purpose. The fan has a rated speed of 1,600RPM but you can reduce it down to 1,200RPM via the cable including a cable. At the top speed, the fan produces an airflow of 72.7CFM at 29.1dBA of noise.
The Roundup Of 120mm Fans: 1,350RPM Speed And More (Part 5)
The FX EVO 120 PWM 1500 looks similar to the rest of the company’s fan models. We could only tell you that this model’s speed ranges from 500 to 1,500RPM. The airflow varies from 24.2 to 58.5CFM, the static pressure changes from 0.45 to 1.41mm of water, and the noise level is around 9.3 to 18dBA.
The Roundup Of 120mm Fans: 1,350RPM Speed And More (Part 4)
For its technical specs, the LEPA Casino 4C is regulated by PWM technology in a speed of 600-1,600RPM, producing an airflow of 24.9-63.9CFM, a static pressure of 0.66-2.18mm of water, and 15-25dBA of noise. The fan has a top power consumption of 4.8W, but it is not a problem because of the Led system’s beauty.
The Roundup Of 120mm Fans: 1,350RPM Speed And More (Part 3)
Koolance Inc. is a manufacturer well-known for its liquid cooling systems and relevant components. Among the recent products is the 120mm Koolance FAN-12025HBK. It is packed as an OEM product without any box or accessories.
The Roundup Of 120mm Fans: 1,350RPM Speed And More (Part 2)
Designed with the unique Batwing style, the impeller’s diameter is 110mm. The motor’s is 41mm. The frame’s interior is carved with the word “Enermax”. Besides beauty effect, this solution improves the airflow by letting the air in through holes.
The Roundup Of 120mm Fans: 1,350RPM Speed And More (Part 1)
In the second part of the 120mm fan discussion, we would like to talk about 27 models from 15 different manufacturers around the world. These models feature the speeds of 1,350RPM and higher. We are discussing products that have bearable noise as well as hi-speed monsters which may blow up everything. Now, let’s check them out in alphabet order.
G-360 And G-550 Power Supply Devices Review (Part 4)
The SSR-550RM showed better compatibility with UPSes than its low-end cousins. Operating with our APC SmartUPS SC 620, it was stable at loads up to 382 watts when charged from the mainboards and could change to using the UPS’s power source at loads up of 325 watts.
G-360 And G-550 Power Supply Devices Review (Part 2)
The number of connectors is very impressed with a PSU with such a modest wattage. The 4+4-pin CPU plug is rare to see in products of this class, separated from the connector of the graphics card.
 
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