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XSPC Rasa CPU Water Block  - FrostyTech.com XSPC Rasa CPU Water Block
Fri Aug 06, 2010 | 12:03P| PermaLink
“XSPC’s last CPU water block was released almost two years ago, and it has been a long time coming in waiting to see a new block from them, but it’s now here. The name? The XSPC Rasa. Is the Rasa a state-of-the-art CPU water block that can compete with today’s popular blocks? Not ones to shy away from pure performance comparison results, we’ll find out as we pit the Rasa against several other top blocks on the market.
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Kingston SSDNow M Series 80GB SATA 2.5 Bundle Kit  - FrostyTech.com Kingston SSDNow M Series 80GB SATA 2.5 Bundle Kit
Thu Jun 18, 2009 | 12:01P| PermaLink
Kingston took their popular SSDNow Series and added all the hardware and software necessary to replace your notebook or desktop computer's internal SATA hard drive with a new product series called the Kingston SSDNow Solid State Drive (SSD) Bundle Kit. The heart of the bundle is Acronis True Image HD software, an imaging program that copies the contents of one computer hard disk and loads those contents to another system drive; that will take you through the cloning process. This software allows you to move your Operating System and your personal data (including all settings, emails, etc.) from your current system hard drive to your new SSD. Once the Acronis True Image HD cloning process is complete and the data is successfully transferred to your SSD, your hard drive can then be used as a secondary drive for data storage with the included external SATA drive housing..."
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