Radeon HD 7990 Review and more
Posted on: 04/29/2013 11:38 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles, incluidng Yandex browser review, Rig of the Month - April 2013, AMD's Radeon HD 7990 graphics card reviewed, Lian Li PC-V750WX Compact E-ATX Case, and TRITTON XBOX 360 Detonator Stereo Headset Review

Wicked Audio Heist In-Ear Earbuds Review @ TestFreaks
Today for review I’ve got another Wicked Audio product, the Heist in-ear earbuds but these are not just for you to use as they come with an in-line audio jack so you can connect another set of headphones to them to share your music. The Heist earbuds are priced at under $20 and I wasn’t expecting much from them, but they’re surprisingly good sounding. So read on to learn more…

The Wicked Audio Heist earbuds come in a sort of double box, the front part is a slip cover really.

Read more: Wicked Audio Heist In-Ear Earbuds Review @ TestFreaks

Yandex browser review @ Dedoimedo
In Soviet Russia, Internet browses you. Just kidding. Here's a review of the Yandex browser, based on Webkit, Chromium open-source project and Opera Turbo technology, featuring Tableu dial-like shortcuts, Smartbox auto-suggestions, quick links, anti-virus scanning, automatic translations, with focus on the Russian-speaking audience, including Russian language searches and localization, and more. Take a look.

Read more: Yandex browser review @ Dedoimedo

D-Link DIR-505 Review @ Techradar
Having your own wireless network when you're travelling can be essential, especially if you need to transform a hotel's complimentary wired connection into a wireless one for your tablet or smartphone, and the D-Link DIR-505 SharePort Mobile Companion is a device that can do just that. Like the TP-Link TL-WR702N Wireless N Nano Router, the D-Link DIR-505 is a small, portable device that you can plug into an Ethernet network connection and turn into a wireless router to share your internet connection. It can also work as a wireless repeater, extending the range of your Wi-Fi network, and can act as a wireless hotspot.

Read more: D-Link DIR-505 Review @ Techradar

Rig of the Month - April 2013 @ Guru3D
We just adore hardware. And sometimes some you guys really make a PC that really stands out. We ask you to answer a few simple questions and send in photo's of your rig. Each month we'll have a look at the entries and perhaps pick you and post your PC with photo's and everything here at Guru3D.com Here you can find out what you need to do and win a great prize brought to you with the courtesy of OCZ Technology.

Read more: Rig of the Month - April 2013 @ Guru3D

BIOSTAR NM70I-847 Motherboard Review @ Madshrimps
The first BIOSTAR board we are reviewing features an integrated Celeron 847 processor and has proven as being a very solid board and very similar with the ECS board we have previously tested. The BIOSTAR offering also comes with a very competitive price.

Read more: BIOSTAR NM70I-847 Motherboard Review @ Madshrimps

AMD's Radeon HD 7990 graphics card reviewed @ The Tech Report
By all rights, the Radeon HD 7990 ought to be the fastest single graphics card in the world. How well does it deliver on that promise? The answer is complicated by tricky things like multi-GPU microstuttering. We've gone inside the second, with a range of newfangled tools, to discover the truth.

Read more: AMD's Radeon HD 7990 graphics card reviewed @ The Tech Report

Lian Li PC-V750WX Compact E-ATX Case @ Benchmark Reviews
When an enthusiast hears of the new Lian Li PC-V750WX E-ATX case, what comes to mind is a very large and unwieldy case like the NZXT Phantom 820, Corsair 800D or the Lian Li PC-90. Many people would be surprised the to find out then that the Lian Li PC-V750WX is able to accommodate a E-ATX motherboard within its 230mm x 440mm x 586mm size. This is 210mm (~8.26") shorter than the NZXT Phantom 820 I last reviewed. Lian Li used some unique features to fit ten expansions slots into a case substantially smaller than any of its competitors. The real question is, with a price tag of $390 can Lian Li provide enough features on top of its compact size to make up for the substantial price gap between it and its larger competition. Benchmark Reviews will be setting out on this review to determine if Lian Li has a feature set to accommodate the gargantuan price tag for its miniscule case.

For power users who want a full powered system without the associated bulk Lian Li designed the PC-V750WX. With ten expansion slots, E-ATX support, nine 3.5" drives (six of which are hot swap), USB 3.0 and E-SATA front panel, and an all-aluminum design, the Lian Li PC-V750WX lets users have their cake and eat it. So let us see if Lian Li has gotten the formula correct for its newest addition to its flagship V series of cases.

Read more: Lian Li PC-V750WX Compact E-ATX Case @ Benchmark Reviews

Cougar 120mm Dual-X Fan Review @ Hi Tech Legion
The Cougar Dual-X is designed to push a large amount of air while maintain silence. The Dual-X accomplishes this by using a hydraulic bearing so there is less friction. The nine blades of the fan have two layers and are rigid material. The blade design also features claws. The combination of these features allow the fan to produce more pressure while decreasing turbulence and noise levels. Other noise reducing features are rubber pads and rubber fixed pin mounts to reduce the vibrations that are transferred into the chassis. Accessories include a 3-pin to 4-pin Molex fan adapter, tool-less fixed pins, and fan screws.

Read more: Cougar 120mm Dual-X Fan Review @ Hi Tech Legion

Antec GX700 Military Case @ Rbmods
Today we will have the pleasure of taking a look at the newest case from Antec. Our test subject is called GX700 which is a military themed mid-tower sized case. Let’s see what it has to offer and what kind of interesting features it has.

Read more: Antec GX700 Military Case @ Rbmods

TRITTON XBOX 360 Detonator Stereo Headset Review @ NikKTech
Although for the past 7 years or so i have used countless stereo, virtual surround and "true" surround headsets i have to confess that nothing beats an dedicated 5.1/6.1/7.1 surround sound set in terms of positioning audio, clarity, volume levels and comfort especially if you plan on spending many hours in front of the screen. Still i can't deny that headsets can be extremely useful especially when you are using it with multiplayer games (mainly because it's easier to speak with your teammates) or you just don't want to intrude on the privacy of those around you and vice versa. I guess that's also why most people i know own headsets that they use with their computers, however the same does not apply for people with gaming consoles such as the Microsoft XBOX 360 mainly because there aren't as many fully compatible headsets out in the market which is also why today we will be taking a look at the Detonator Stereo Headset by TRITTON.

Read more: TRITTON XBOX 360 Detonator Stereo Headset Review @ NikKTech

Lian Li PC-V650B @ techPowerUp
Lian Li has taken a traditional mini-tower case and moved the PSU to the side of the chassis. The result is the PC-V650: a case that can still take full-sized components for a powerful rig. This unique capability, the four pre-installed fans, and a card reader, make it an interesting foundation for a functional high-end system.

Read more: Lian Li PC-V650B @ techPowerUp

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