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Kingston A1000 480 GB Review

The Kingston A1000 is a cost-effective NVMe x2 drive priced at just $ 150 for the 480 GB variant. Using two PCI-Express lanes keeps cost down due to a cheaper controller and simpler PCB...

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Cougar GX-F Series 750W Review

We test the strongest member of Cougar’s new GX-F line – the model with a capacity of 750 W. The GX-F750 is fully modular, uses a quality fan, and has good overall performance…. TechPowerUp

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NZXT H500i Review

The NZXT H500 and H500i present a smaller version of the H700 chassis but employ the same steel construction. On top of that, the “i” variant features a built-in NZXT CAM module. With their...

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SilentiumPC Grandis 2 XE1436 Review

SilentiumPC has of late been focusing on value for money. Enter the Grandis 2 XE1436. This dual tower, dual fan CPU cooler uses a popular tried-and-true design. Size isn’t always indicative of performance, however,...

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2019 Audi A6 first drive review

This is the new Audi A6, as you’ve likely guessed given the familiar design. Don’t let it fool you; almost everything under the sheet metal is new, including much of the technology, luxury and...

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Crucial MX500 M.2 1 TB Review

Crucial’s MX500 is one of the most successful SSDs on the market, thanks to its great performance at an amazing price point. At launch only 2.5″ SATA models were available, now the M.2 form...