The peripheral market really hasn’t seen much innovation lately and yet Gigabyte is looking to change that with their new Aivia gaming keyboard. It has all of the features that usually make up a great gaming peripheral including an excellent software package, intuitive macros and rubberized keys but does the Aivia have what it take to become a cut above?
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"Zalman's CNPS10X Performa heatsink is standard in most other respects, especially to anyone familiar with the CNPS10X-series. It's equipped with a 120mm PWM fan that ranges in speed from 900RPM to 1350RPM with the RC24P PWM-resistor attached, 2000RPM under full power. The 153mm tall CNPS10X Performa weighs in at 748 grams and installs onto Intel socket 775/1156 and 1366 processors. AMD CPU support is equally broad - socket 754/939/940 right through to socket AM2/AM2+/AM3 chips."
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