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Video Review #919: Tuniq Ensemble 1200W Power Supply

The Ensemble line of power supplies is available in 1000 watts & 1200 watts. I'll be reviewing the Tuniq Ensemble 1200W model which is more than enough power for even the most hardcore computer systems. The housing is steel & they include a very quiet 135mm fan and 80mm fan. Also note that these fans are load controlled, meaning the more load on the PSU the faster the fans spin. Using a test setup of an Intel Q6600 CPU @ 3.5GHz and two NVIDIA 8800 GTX Video Cards this power supply meet and totally exceeded expectations.

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Video Review #920: HIS HD 3870 X2 1GB GDDR3 Video Card

The HIS HD 3870 X2 1GB GDDR3 Video Card is based on two RV670 cores (2xRV670 = R680) which are built using the 55 nanometer manufacturing process and has 1.332 billion transistors. The core speed on this product is 825MHz and the 1GB of GDDR3 256 bit (x2) memory is 1.8GHz DDR. It comes with 640 stream processing units for vertex, pixel and geometry data, 32 texture units, 32 raster operators, the pixel fill rate is 26.4 GPixels/sec and the memory bandwidth is 115.2GB/s. Performance on this Video Card is out of this world!.


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Video Review #921: HIS HD 3450 & 3650 Video Cards

The Radeon HD 3000 series video cards are available in a number of different models ranging from value to ultimate performance. The HD 3450 Video Card is considered value and the HD 3650 video card is mainstream. The 3800 series video cards fall into the performance and ultimate category. The HIS HD 3450 & 3650 Video Cards not certainly not the best choice for serious gamers, but they are great products all the same. Watch the video to find out more and check out the bloopers at the end.

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Video Review #922: Uberclok Reactor Gaming PC

Uberclok is based in Chicago and a new player in the Gaming PC market. What sets them apart from the many other companies on the market is their pre-overclocked systems. They currently have two models, the Ion and Reactor. The Ion is targeted at the budget conscious gamer and the Reactor is targeted at the hardcore gamer. I'll be reviewing Reactor and the configuration they sent me includes; a EVGA 122-CK-NF68 motherboard, Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 @ 3.2GHz, 4GBs of Corsair DDR2-800 XMS2 memory and much more. Watch the video to find out more.


Video Review #923: Gigabyte Poseidon 310 Case

The Gigabyte Poseidon 310 Case is available in a black and silver color, is mostly steel, except for an aluminum front bezel. At the front is a stylish mirrored dual-tone design which is carried over onto the front door. This door is held into place with magnetic force and opens it reveals five 5.25" and two 3.5" external drive bays. It comes with two 120mm fans, tooless design and more. Watch the video to find out more and check out the bloopers at the end.

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Video Review #929: Cooler Master Cosmos S Case

The Cooler Master Cosmos S Case is mostly aluminum except for a few plastic parts. Despite this it's still fairly heavy but this is due to its large size. It comes in a gunmetal gray color with black brushed aluminum side panels. This color combo looks very sharp and should match most home/office setups. This case has great styling and build quality, excellent air circulation, lots of room to work, plenty of drive bays, and much more. This is one of the top cases on the market. Watch the video to find out more and check out the bloopers at the end.

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Video Review #931: CoolIT PURE Liquid CPU Cooler

The CoolIT PURE Liquid CPU Cooler is an excellent all-in-one water cooling solution. This sealed liquid cooling system comes completely configured with the liquid coolant preinstalled. So there's no need for any extra installation like many other liquid cooling kits. By combining the waterblock, pump, radiator and reservoir together, CoolIt has simplified the traditional four-component loop into just one-component. Watch the video to find out more and check out the bloopers at the end.

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