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DeepCool UF 120 120mm Case Fan Review - DeepCool UF 120 120mm Case Fan Review
Mon Nov 15, 2010 | 2:39P| PermaLink
"Performance wise, the DeepCool UF120 is a case fan through and through. It won't be a great heatsink fan. It does everything it says it will do though. Almost all of it's specifications are right on the line and hold well within their 10% deviation value. It most definitely is a quiet solution for a case fan and fairly unmatched in it's sound profile except by fans that cost $5 to $10 more. All in all, this fan is solid in terms of performance..."

MSI Wind12 U230 Netbook  - MSI Wind12 U230 Netbook
Fri Mar 19, 2010 | 6:14P| PermaLink
"Today for review I’ve got the MSI Wind12 U230 netbook, it’s called a netbook but it really isn’t it could really be considered an ultra-portable notebook as it does have an AMD Athlon Neo X2 CPU in it, along with ATI HD 3200 Graphics. It’s much more powerful than the netbooks we’ve become accustomed to, but the price is a little bit more than other netbooks, but not as much as you might expect. In my time with the Wind12 I’ve come to like it quite a bit, it has a nice large keyboard that’s makes typing easy and enjoyable. The dual core CPU does allow you to do many things at once without the system slowing down, as far as graphics, it does do HD content and it has an HDMI port as well, but don’t expect to be playing games on high settings. So continue on to learn more about it and see how it compares to three Atom based netbooks I’ve got on hand.. "

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