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:.Shure SE110 Earphones @ bit-tech
However, the SE110s aren't without problems and the feeling that the bass has been boosted artificially can taint some of the satisfaction you might derive from the earphones, especially when you could just as easily upgrade to a more expensive model. The SE210s, for example, don't have the same issues with bass and are overall a much better pair of earphones - all for just £15 more than the SE110s.

:.Logitech G51 Surround Sound Speaker System @ OCIA
Surround sound totally immerses you in the game you are playing and gives you a true advantage over someone using headphones or 2.1 audio.

.:Cases & Cooling

:.Antec Veris Fusion Black HTPC Case @ Tweaknews
Overall, the Fusion is a good choice for a HTPC chassis. The front bezel has a very classy, A/V receiver look that will blend seamlessly amongst other home theater equipment. Having the ability to adjust fan speed is a nice feature since at the lowest setting they are practically silent while still moving enough air to keep the hardware cool.

:.Lian Li PC-B58 Mid-Tower Case @ benchmarkreviews
Lian Li has been at the very top of the computer chassis industry for the past seven years, and they have a tradition of releasing well designed products. On very rare occasions the manufacturer builds a product that is later pulled from production, and this is one of them. Benchmark Reviews has inspected the all new PC-A58B Black Aluminum Alloy Mid-Tower ATX Case, and we won't be pulling any punches when we state our results.

:.ZEROtherm BTF92 OC Edition @ ThinkComputers
As we said ZEROtherm has announced a bunch of products this week. On Monday we took a look at the Nirvana NV120 CPU cooler and today we are checking out the BTF92 Overclocker Edition CPU cooler. The BTF92 is the big brother to the BTF90, which we took a look at a while ago. It is a little bit bigger than the BTF90 and features manual fan control, but besides that it is just about the same. Let's check it out and see if it can perform better than the BTF90.


:.Core 2 Extreme QX9650 @ neoseeker

:.Intel Core 2 Extreme Processor QX9650 @ Legit Reviews

:.Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9650 @ techgage

:.Intel's Core 2 Extreme QX9650 @ bit-tech

.:Digital Imaging

:.HDR Photography @ Bjorn3D
This Photoshop tutorial is a primer to get you cranking out stunning images right now.


:.Logitech G15 (Revision 2) @ Virtual-Hideout
On its own, the G15 v2 is a very good keyboard, and if the original G15 had not existed I would probably rate it as the best.

.:Motherboards & Memory

:.MSI x38 Diamond @ XSReviews
Recently, XSR and several other sites have posted previews of upcoming x38 motherboards, and the MSI Diamond was no different. Thankfully, we finally have our hands on the finished article and with some brand new testing equipment, hope to put it through it's paces. Let's see how it does.

:.Gigabyte MA69G-S3H @ Digit-Life
We may assume that users liked the full-size Gigabyte M55plus-S3G based on the GeForce 6100 chipset. That would explain why Gigabyte decided to launch another product of the same form-factor based on AMD 690G chipset. Which looks more appealing from the point of view of demanding users and users of full-size boards. However, the analogy is not complete in this case.

:.Mushkin XP2-6400 (DDR2-800) 2x1GB Memory Kit @ thetechlounge
"Mushkin has been on the enthusiast scene for over a decade, and consistently produces memory at better timings and higher clockspeeds than the majority of competing memory manufacturers. Their devotion has never been widely heralded; they're predictable in a market that champions flash and innovation, even when that same stuff is, more often than not, ridiculous and temporary. Does Mushkin's consistency ensure another above-average kit?


:.PQI Intelligent Drive i810 USB Flash Drive @ Rbmods
PQI, makers of a variety of memory products, have created a USB drive, the Intelligent Drive i810, which is claimed to be the smallest USB drive in the world.


:.Calibre P860 @ BurnOutPC
The Calibre P860 wants to portray it's self as an exclusive item. I'm afraid I don't get that feeling when I first got the video card. There is pretty much no bundle at all. At least put a few games in the box just to make it seem more special than the standard 8600GT from Sparkle.

:.Rosewill RDF-670B Digital Picture Frame @ futurelooks
Sure, there are ways to view your photos on the computer. You can upload them to Flickr, email them to family members, or plaster them as a desktop wallpaper. But what about when you actually have guests over in your home? What about when you~Rre away from the computer? For times like those, there is the Rosewill RDF-670B digital picture frame.

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