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Published: Friday, March 25, 2011 - Video
We found ourselves reconsidering our feelings for the GTX 550Ti after using the EVGA GTX 550Ti FPB. The biggest reason is the small, yet effective, overclock that gave us the overall performance we expected from the GTX 550Ti in the first place.
Published: Tuesday, March 15, 2011 - Video
Product refreshes tend to happen in stages, typically this is done to help keep the new products fresh but also allows the engineers time to refine their designs and target potential customers. The famed nVidia 500 series is getting a new mid-range GPU added to the lineup called the GTX 550 Ti.
Published: Monday, March 14, 2011 - Storage
By utilizing the PCI-Express x4 slot the OCZ Revo 50GB drive can run at its full potential, allowing unhindered access to the data and can really improve the daily use of your computer. If you haven't made the switch to SSD technology yet this is an excellent time.
Published: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 - Video
Sapphire has put together another great graphics card that does sit in a niche market, but with a very good agenda. This card is geared to provide Eyefinity to the masses and does so with enough performance to actually make a multi-display setup worthwhile to build.
Published: Friday, February 04, 2011 - Video
Due to the overclocked nature of the EVGA GTX560 Ti SC we witnessed some real performance gains over the stock card which also translated extremely well when paired up in SLI.
Published: Saturday, January 29, 2011 - Input_Device
The keyboard is incredible for gaming and responds very well with all the right pressure to get the job done. The height of the keys does play a factor in having the right amount of force for gaming with quick FPS movements. Overall the Aivia K8100 did have a better feel than the Logitech G Series keyboards over a long gaming session with less fatigue in the fingers and wrists.