Discussion in 'Feedback & Suggestions' started by james888, 13 Mar 2011.
I would like to see a Maximus IV Extreme and Z68 motherboards reviewed.
I would like to see how the Corsair H60 water-cooler compares to air-based fan coolers e.g. the Dark Rock Advanced.
Well, if he wants to send us one from Asus HQ where he works now, then yeah
Z68 coverage: http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/motherboards/2011/05/13/what-is-the-intel-z68-chipset/1
I would love to see some reviews on micro-ATX bulid kit, especially P67 motherboards.
I didn't look that far back, my apologies Joe.
The Fujitsu P27T-6 27" IPS looks like a really nice monitor.
More MB reviews esp p/h67 and z68 boards.
Lian Li Z60 and/or Lian Li Z70:
I was about to buy a Silverstone Fortress but now I think I should wait to see these
Not so much what, but how. Your monitor reviews are poor. Nothing measured, very vague, and almost entirely subjective.
We've got a P67 labs, including an m-ATX board, in the current issue of Custom PC.
We're also looking at doing a m-ATX specific labs in the mag soon so keep your eyes peeled for that.
What about reviews for the website or do we have to wait for the cpc article to appear on here?
A roundup of USB memory sticks, external hard disks and NAS drives? Could be interesting now that USB 3 is on the scene.
0 watt power consumption
And it is cheaper than the Dell alternative! If only by a tiny bit.
Edit: Just noticed this:
Video from CES
Some but not all the reviews will appear on the website as only three of them were long enough for the site. We just need to find time to convert them over from the mag copy.
That is not even a comprehensive review - where are the charts?! It was no better in the Custom PC magazine.
Anyway, I consider multi-layer blu-ray burners to be a dead-end technology.
I just need a quick and quiet blu-ray reader to rip my blu-rays to my hard-drive so I can watch them where I want.
Yes please to a roundup.
By the way, I think that Samsung drive you linked has RipLock (throttling). I believe it can be removed with an updated firmware - but I don't think that firmware is available anymore.
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