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    April 8, 2011 News from Around the Web

    Kingston HyperX DDR3 1800MHz 4GB Dual Channel Kit Review
    Kingston are regarded as one of the biggest manufacturers of memory based products today and aim to cater for all types of systems from the likes of AMD and Intel, whether it be for the low-end market, high-end gamers or enthusiast/overclocking markets. They do it all.

    Kingston has sent us one of their HyperX 1800MHz memory module kits to look at. It's a dual channel kit which operates at 1800MHz with a CAS latency of 9 and whilst this doesn't sound like anything too spectacular, this memory kit is made for stability and compatibility across all platforms.
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    April 11, 2011 News from Around the Web


    MSI GeForce GTX 580 1536MB Lightning Overclocked Video Card Review

    "If you, like us were impressed with what the MSI HD 6970 Lightning offered which we looked at just the other day here, yet you're happy to spend some more to jump on the fastest single GPU card on the market, then we might just have the card for you.

    Kicking it up a notch in price and performance, the MSI GTX 580 Lightning could well be the card for you, being of course based on the high end GTX 580 GPU. The Lightning series is all about overclocking, though, so we want to find out just what this series can do for the GTX 580."

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