Kingston HyperX Genesis 16GB 2133MHz Quad Channel Kit Review

April 3, 2012 by  
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Many of you know that up until 5-6 months ago my favorite testing platform was the LGA1366 by Intel which was also the only platform with triple channel DDR3 support, something that played a huge part in my choice. Besides that’s also why 3 out of my 4 test rigs featured Intel Core i7-920 (Bloomfield) CPUs each paired with 12GB of RAM (3x4GB). However all things come to an end eventually, especially when it comes to all things related with technology and so the launch of the latest Intel LGA2011 platform signified the upgrade of my primary test system. It did take a while until i finally managed to get the 2nd revision of the Core i7-3930k (Sandy Bridge-E) CPU to build the system but since that happened I’ve been putting all the latest Quad channel memory kits to hit the market through various tests to see just how good the new platform really is. So the very first Quad Channel DDR3 kit review to upload is about the latest and fastest Quad Kit manufactured by Kingston currently, the HyperX Genesis 16GB Kit running at 2133MHz with a CAS Latency of 11 (khx2133c11d3k4/16gx).

Article Link: http://www.nikktech.com/main/articles/pc-hardware/72-kingston-hyperx-genesis-16gb-2133mhz-quad-channel-kit.html

NZXT Phantom 410 white System Enclosure reviewed in Metku.net

April 3, 2012 by  
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“The original Phantom was a very eye-catching case with truly unique looks and also some funky color options and the Phantom
410 is supposed to be a very close relative to the original case. Now lets find what the fuzz is all about! ”

Article link:
http://metku.net/index.html?path=reviews/nzxt-phantom-410/index_eng

Kingston HyperX Genesis 16GB 2133MHz Quad Channel Kit Review

April 3, 2012 by  
Filed under Web News

Many of you know that up until 5-6 months ago my favorite testing platform was the LGA1366 by Intel which was also the only platform with triple channel DDR3 support, something that played a huge part in my choice. Besides that’s also why 3 out of my 4 test rigs featured Intel Core i7-920 (Bloomfield) CPUs each paired with 12GB of RAM (3x4GB). However all things come to an end eventually, especially when it comes to all things related with technology and so the launch of the latest Intel LGA2011 platform signified the upgrade of my primary test system. It did take a while until i finally managed to get the 2nd revision of the Core i7-3930k (Sandy Bridge-E) CPU to build the system but since that happened I’ve been putting all the latest Quad channel memory kits to hit the market through various tests to see just how good the new platform really is. So the very first Quad Channel DDR3 kit review to upload is about the latest and fastest Quad Kit manufactured by Kingston currently, the HyperX Genesis 16GB Kit running at 2133MHz with a CAS Latency of 11 (khx2133c11d3k4/16gx).

Article Link: http://www.nikktech.com/main/articles/pc-hardware/72-kingston-hyperx-genesis-16gb-2133mhz-quad-channel-kit.html

Antec P280 ATX Mid Tower Computer Case

April 3, 2012 by  
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For many enthusiasts want a quiet system, with room to spare, and a beautiful exterior the Antec P280 is exactly what they are looking for. The Antec P280 is a “Super Mid Tower” designed as an addition to venerable Performance One series. This refresh comes with a redesigned interior, exterior, and an updated port selection. These updates came without Antec disrupting the Performance One series goal of “Quiet Computing”, using materials with different acoustic qualities to help minimize the amount of sound leakage. Benchmark Reviews will evaluate if the noise characteristics and build quality of the Antec P280 are worthy of the Performance One moniker that it has been given.

ARTICLE URL: http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=886&Itemid=61

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 Surround Gaming Tested

April 3, 2012 by  
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“After running 2D Surround on the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 for the past week we must say that we were pleasantly surprised with the user experience that we had. It has become clear to us that multi-monitor gaming has matured to the point that it is ready for mainstream adaptation. Before it took running more than one card and the Windows experience with the drivers wasn’t that great. NVIDIA changed all that with the new features that are included with the latest GeForce drivers and now you can run both 2D and 3D Surround with a single GeForce 600 ‘Kepler’ series card…”

Article URL: http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1887/1/

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