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We start this week off with a review of the SAPPHIRE AMD R9 Fury X. This card is AMD's new flagship graphics card and features HBM and an all-in-one liquid cooler!

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AMD Fiji is finally here, bringing with it the innovative High Bandwidth Memory (HBM). Can this new graphics card triumph over NVIDIA's flagship GPU; GTX 980Ti?
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After reports of high-pitched noises emanating from the cooler pump on initial batches, it appears that a follow-up now features a revised Cooler Master design.
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It's another day and we have another Razer​ review for you guys. This time we're looking at the Naga EPIC gaming mouse which is designed for MMO players and just like many other Razer products, comes with Chroma lighting too.

REVIEW: http://bit.ly/1LUmZTs
The Razer Naga is a popular choice for fans of MMOs, over time it has gone through various subtle but important transfigurations. Is the Naga EPIC Chroma finally nearing the apex of mouse design?
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GIVEAWAY TIME!

We've teamed up with NZXT to give away a NEW Noctis 450. All you have to do is simply fill out a form.

GOGOGO! http://bit.ly/1Jtt0sL
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AMD gets the PowerColor treatment, with AMD's flagship GPU packing reference specifications including the new compact closed loop liquid cooler design.
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AMD recently announced their 300 series of graphics cards and today we have a review for you of the MSI R9 390X GAMING 8G -- factory overclocked and custom cooled.

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In our first review of Grenada XT aka Radeon R9 390X, we take a look at what MSI has to offer in the 390X GAMING 8G featuring Twin Frozr V and a factory overclock.
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Today we've got another AMD R9 390X review for you guys. This time we look to XFX and their Double Dissipation model to see how this graphics card responds to some extensive testing.

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In our next review of AMD's R9 390X we take a look at what XFX has to offer in the R9 390X Double Dissipation graphics cards - custom cooled with the all-new Ghost 3.0+ solution.
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QHD resolution (3440x1440) Acer XR341CK features support for AMD's frame syncing technology with a maximum refresh rate of 75Hz, comes in at a touch over $1,000
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Razer recently unveiled their new Firefly gaming pad and today we have a review of this eye-catching piece of kit. Firefly has been given the full Chroma treatment with impressive lighting effects -- check it out!

REVIEW: http://bit.ly/1Jo7ouY
It is rare for us to look at a mouse mat but with 'Chroma' lighting and a tough micro-textured surface, the Firefly truely stands out!
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NEW VIDEO! R9 390X with factory OC and Twin Frozr V!
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Last week at E3 2015, Razer announced their new Mamba Tournament Edition and today we have a review of this new gaming mouse. Mamba Tournament delivers some Chroma goodness and features a whopping 16,000 DPI laser sensor.

REVIEW: http://bit.ly/1SJ1l8H
The Razer Mamba undergoes a transformation in form by joining the glam of the Chroma series, yet on the inside it features one of the most precise 5G laser sensors available.
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Updated gaming keypad goes on sale, now featuring full colour lighting options as well as the fully programmable 25 keys and thumb pad.
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Vortez was founded in March 2008 by David Mitchelson. Originally starting out under the name Vortez Hardware - it was created for the sole purpose of providing other PC hardware enthusiasts with access to a portal of information and reviews on the latest technology. The idea was first conceived shortly after doing some independant reviews on Overclockers UK forum, after keen interest by manufacturers to review more products it was decided that to honour these reviews a website should be created to host these articles. In August 2010 Vortez became a limited company and is recognised as Vortez Ltd.
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