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Reviewed: MSI GTX760 HAWK

The MSI GTX760 HAWK is the most expensive 2GB GTX760 on the market - and when MSI provided us with an opportunity to test...

Reviewed: ASRock X399 TAICHI Motherboard

So, we've established that Threadripper is a powerhouse but it still needs a motherboard. The ASRock X399 Taichi is one of the more affordable...
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Reviewed : ADATA XPG SX900 256GB SSD

ADATA products aren't the easiest to find in the Australian market but they are there. We had the opportunity to include a couple of...

Noctua NF-A14 & 15 Reviewed

We recently received the new 140mm line up from Noctua for review. This package comprised of 3 new fans, the NF-A15, the NF-A14 ULN...
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Reviewed: Fractal Design Arc Midi R2

Fractal Design has released the Arc Midi R2 with one of the main improvements over its predecessor being water cooling compatibility and a side...

CPU Testing – Comparison Systems

Rather than bulk out each CPU related article with the specifications of each test platform, we have listed the comparison systems here and will...
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Reviewed: Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum

I consider this to be the best option currently on the market for gaming with well-balanced Romer-G switches, customisable per-key RGB backlight and a...

Reviewed: 40mm, 80mm, 92mm Noctua Premium Fans

We had the chance to do a round-up of the smaller Noctua fans from their Premium series and it's great to see that the...
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Reviewed: MSI Z87M Gaming

If you are looking for a decent gaming motherboard, in an M-ATX form factor and you like dragons then this is the board for...
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Reviewed: Cooler Master CM Storm Mizar

Next in the CM Storm line-up review comes this rather neat little mouse – the Mizar. I really like this product. It's a mouse with...