Quote "Today we are taking a look at the XFX Radeon HD5750 1GB graphics card. This card has lightning fast performance with a low power output, requiring only one 6 pin PCI-Express adapter. It also has the latest DirectX11 technology as well as supporting ATI Eyefinity among other features."

XFX Radeon HD5750 1GB Graphics Card Video Review @ eTeknix.com

We just finished our latest review. This time we took a closer look at Razer's Imperator Gaming Mouse. From the article: "Ever since the first appearance of gaming mice, Razer has without a doubt been one of the largest names. Ever since their first models they've been pumping out successful models one after another, and this time their newcomer - the Imperator - came to our tests."

“Before I attempted to install the sticky rubbery tape thingy, I mean the "heat absorbing material", I thought there really wasn't anything to this product. It was basically an aluminum slab with some plastic ends. However introduce the sticky pad thingy and we've got a whole new animal. The sticky pad was easy to apply to the unit, however then you need to peel off the top adhesive protector. That's where the problem starts. There was no way to remove it without messing it up. It just wanted to peel off the main unit. This is by far the worst product add-on that I have had the displeasure of working with. I honestly can't believe VIZO would attempt to pass this headache onto the customer. It shows their failure to design and engineer some grippy material into the unit itself. I tried to use the EZ-Surf without the sticky pad and it honestly shot right out from underneath my laptop letting it crash to the table. It's that slick (plastic and aluminum) without it. The angled and smooth edges don't help, they only hurt that problem.”

VIZO EZ-SURF Fanless Notebook Cooler Review @ Virtual-Hideout



DSCN3456_LANOC_CESTritton is kicking off 2010 with some brand new usb to video devices such as the MWX 300. They've been in the usb to video market since 2003 with their own patented chipset. The new mini dock allows a netbook to expand into a full size workstation by just using a single usb port on the netbook or a laptop. Coupled with Microsoft's launch of Windows MultiPoint Server 2010, Tritton's devices allow a single PC with the OS loaded to have up to ten sessions form a single computer. Each session is a seperate Windows 7 experience with their own settings, files, partition on the hard drive, and work station. This kind of technology eliminates the need for multiple power hungry machines, increasing a company's overall energy efficiency easily, and cheaply; all that's needed is a single USB port per work station.


DSCN3452_LANOC_CESOn the gaming end of Tritton's product lineup, Tritton is featuring their high quality headsets. The AX 180 is a high performance stereo headset, which is fully compatible with PS3 and Xbox 360. It also features a detachable microphone and individual volume controls. The next in the line-up is the AX 720 at $129.99 which supports Dobly Digital and DTS creating the ultimate virtual surround sound experience. It has a break away cable that will eventually have an addon support to make the same headset wireless. The AX 720 also has interchangable high quality skins to personalize the headset to the user's tastes which will be available on their website for $19.99.




Lastly, Tritton is featuring the AX Pro for 2010. It features excellent sound quality with dedicated center, front, and rear channels, as well as a dedicated subwoofer. The volume control allows the user to adjust each of the 4 drivers seperately as well as time delay and dynamic range control. This enables the user to control every last detail of the listening experience. What makes Tritton stand out is that they try to think different, and engineer from the ground up. Their design philosophy is evident at every point in their product range. From the AX 180 to the AX Pro Tritton has an excellent line-up of high quality headsets for 2010. Add to that, they've begun selling through Best Buy retail stores and Tritton is in excellent position for the new year.{aseadnetadblock|NOSHOWAD|NOSHOWAD}


Usually we present you here on DeXgo.com products, which are relatively new on the market. An exception represents our current Review, in which we a true classical author under the CCU radiators, whom Thermalright IFX-14 want to test. Despite its already age of over two years, nearly Biblical for a radiator, the IFX-14 lies with many buyers in the favour and also still as a reference in the segment is still called. In our current test we want to examine, as good the radiator, in the comparison to the current elite, are really still. How the Thermalright IFX-14 struck itself, experience you on the following pages.

Thermalright IFX-14 (Intel-BP)

With the advent of Intel releasing the LGA 1156 socket ASUS has launched nothing short of 17 different socket 1156 motherboards based on the newer P55 chipset. We decided to take this time to look at one of the more elite socket 1156 motherboards from ASUS, the P7P55D featuring SATA III, SLI and Crossfire, a remote for overclocking and a 48 Hybrid Phase cooling design. All together the P7P55D looks to be a mighty board but does it have true substance or is it just another board for ASUS to add to the market? Join me while I investigate and test the new ASUS the P7P55D Premium.

Asus P7P55D Premium Motherboard @ TechwareLabs

Many have or are looking at setting up a home server to store media files, backups, maybe even set an FTP server and print server. But for home use, a dedicated server for this use is really overkill. Sure, one can use excess hardware, or a previous main system as a server, but the extra desk space and electricity consumed can add up quickly. Patriot’s Gear Box gives all these services while small enough to fit in the palm of your hand.

Patriot Gear Box Network Device @ Rbmods

"The P7P55D EVO motherboard from ASUS I am going to test in this review is not the final design, it has some modifications compared to the retail board but the main features are still there. Let’s take a look at the review and see what ASUS has to offer with this P55 platform motherboard."

SteelSeries 5H v2 headset Review @ XtremeComputing

"The new processors have a greal potential for price cuts, especially as their process technology matures. The second important benefit is original architectural features which let dual-core processors feel all right among quad-core ones. The third benefit is that the new processors are actually new. Their rollout will allow the company to introduce proper order in its market share, because three similar chipsets is too much."

iXBT Labs Review: Intel Core i5-660/661 Processors

As if we’re totally short of gaming mice, QPAD has released their very first laser gaming mouse to add to the sea of mice already out there. The thing is, this one holds its own and is made by a group of gaming enthusiasts who sponsor the QTOUR gaming events which take place in Europe. Check out the video review for more details.

QPAD 5K Gaming Laser Mouse Video Review @ Tech Lobby

Not to go on and on about the web interface- as much as I dislike it, I digress. The N0503 is packed with features, and it is flexible. The N0503 is fast- there is no doubt about that and even in RAID 5 it manages to sustain some excellent numbers. For a three drive NAS, or five 2.5? drive NAS the N0503 happens to fall into the more expensive side of things, but alas is the nature of performance hardware.

News - Thecus N0503 NAS Review at CCER

Cloning hard drives with the USB 2.0 interface is slower than I would like, but the ease with which I'm able to insert and remove multiple drives more than makes up for this. I find the Thermaltake BlacX Duet dual hard drive docking station to be so useful that when I upgrade my system, SATA port multiplication will be one of the must have features of my next motherboard.

Thermaltake BlacX Duet Dual Hard Drive Docking Station Review @ Bigbruin.com

"The summer of 2008 was filled with joy and happyness, the grass was green, the birds were singing and ATI were in the process of launching a new platform of mobile graphics. External Graphics Platform, or XGP for short was born and in it’s simplicity, it was a HD3870 in a box. The purpose of it, was to offer extra performance for notebooks compatible with the XGP platform. Sounds very simple right? Wrong."

ATI XGP welcomes HD5830 at CES 2010 @ eTeknix.com

The wait for AMD's Mobility Radeon HD 5000 series is soon over, and there's a lot to be looking forward to. Like the desktop equivalents, the mobile parts feature improved performance and power consumption over last-gen, DirectX 11 support, and even the ability to take advantage of the Eyefinity multi-monitor technology.

AMD's Mobility Radeon HD 5000 Series GPUs @ Techgage.com

It has been more than 6 months since I last got to check out a Cooler Master case, and the Gladiator 600 didn't disappoint. The Gladiator is well designed and feels larger than its mid-tower size. The included tool-free and cable management features make installation a breeze. Steel construction gives it a solid feel but yet it still retains a fairly light weight.

Cooler Master Gladiator 600 Mid-Tower Case Review at Overclockers Online

"Today we are looking at the ATI Radeon HD5750 1GB graphics card. This particular card utilizes the latest technology from AMD, as well as sporting the newest DirectX11 platform. It only requires one 6 pin PCI-Express adapter and is the cheapest card in AMD’s DX11 range."

ATI Radeon HD5750 1GB Graphics Card Video Review @ eTeknix.com

"On the ever-growing gaming peripheral markets there have been lots of manufacturers and even more ideas on how to stand from the crowd, but at the end of the day there are just a couple of real players. One of the big names is Roccat, and this time they have come up with a new keyboard - Arvo."

ROCCAT ARVO Gaming Keyboard Reviewed in Metku.net

Purchasing a new CPU today that doesn't overclock well just doesn't happen, and Intel's Clarkdales don't change a thing. As a dual-core, these new models are even easier to overclock than the quads, making the OC'ing appeal even greater. We're taking a look at overclocking the Core i5-661, focusing on both the CPU and GPU.

Overclocking Intel's Core i5-661 @ Techgage


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