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Hardware Roundup: Monday Edition

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Posted: 04:46AM

Welcome back to a new week of reviews from around the Web. Hopefully everyone made it through Black Friday relatively unscathed and you are prepared for today's Cyber Monday deals. Today's roundup features a pair of noise-cancelling headphones from RHA and JVC for you to check out. Next, we garnered another review of the CM Storm Stryker full-tower computer case. We also have a couple of articles for those looking for the best performing heatsinks and video cards - also nice to have when preparing that list for Santa.

Cooler Master CM Storm Stryker Computer Case @ Madshrimps

Looking for the BEST CPU Cooler? Use Frostytech's Top 5 Heatsink Charts @ Frostytech

RHA CA-200 Black Noise Isolating Headphones @ Benchmark Reviews
JVC HA-NC250 Noise Cancelling Headphones @ Benchmark Reviews

The Best Graphics Cards: AMD and Nvidia GPU Comparison with Latest Drivers @ TechSpot

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VaporX on November 26, 2012 10:41AM
I think the Techspot review was way over simplified and even hit in some cases the wrong target. First judging the best card based purely on performance is not the correct method to use. Features, and drivers as well as power consumption come into play quickly. This was not therefore in my opinion not about the best graphics cards but the best performance value. (two different things) Second the fact that they skipped the 1080 resolution dispite it being the most played resolution for computer gaming makes no sense. They put the lower end cards at a resolution below it, seems odd considering the card makers have stated the cards are designed for 1080 gaming. They then immediately shot the resolution for the next level cards above it, again odd considering that up to the $300 price point the 1080 resolution is really the norm. Neat charts for comparison but I am baffled by their approach.
venomoc on November 26, 2012 10:05PM
Techspot are usually rubbish anyway, so no surprises there

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