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[H] Enthusiast Archives: February 2013Archive Listing


Thursday February 28, 2013

Corsair Hydro Series H90

Overclockers Club has published a review of the Corsair Hydro Series H90 CPU liquid cooler today. You can see our recent evaluation of the Corsair H90 and H110 here.

Comparing to a stock box cooling solution may seem less than ideal, but Corsair's H90 does well against more capable cooling solutions. When overclocked it delivered a three degree improvement over one of the best air cooling solution out right now from Phanteks. Any which way you look at it, the performance speaks for itself.

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[H]ardware Round-Up II

Cases: Silverstone Raven 3 @ LanOC

Cooling: Corsair H110 CPU Cooler @ Hardware Secrets

ETC.: Cooler Master CM Storm Ceres-400 @ Neoseeker

PC Perspective Podcast #240 @ PCPer

Razer Ouroboros Gaming Mouse @ Metku

Storage: Patriot Supersonic Magnum 256GB @ eTeknix

Cablevision Disconnects Persistent Pirates for 24 Hours

We can only assume that the 24 hour waiting period is to give pirates time to stop crying. Hell, I'm not even a pirate but losing my internet for 24 hours would make me cry. big grin

Cablevision / Optimum Online has revealed how it will respond to serial copyright infringers under the six strikes system. The Internet provider says it will temporarily disconnect customers from the Internet after they have received multiple copyright alerts. The disconnection will last for 24 hours but will be lifted when the customer calls a Cablevision hotline.

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Groupon Looking For New CEO

Hey guys, dust off your resume, Groupon is looking for a new CEO. Seriously, it's not like any of us can be worse than their last CEO. wink

On behalf of the entire Groupon Board, I want to thank Andrew for his leadership, his creativity, and his deep loyalty to Groupon. As a founder, Andrew helped invent the daily deals space, leading Groupon to become one of the fastest growing companies in history," Lefkofsky said in the statement. It also quotes Leonsis saying that "Groupon will continue to invest in growth, and we are confident that with our deep management team and market-leading position, the company is well positioned for the future.

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8-bit Annoying Person Remover

Remember the guy that made the iWound beating heart Halloween app? Well, he's at it again, this time it is the 8-bit annoying person remover. Check it out:

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Woman Lets Internet Name Her Baby For $5k

I was going to rip this lady a new one for being an idiot but I figured you guys are going to do it anyway so there is no need to pile on. wink

Voting runs March 18-22 on a ballot that will include names that are currently #trending and sponsored by BabyNames.net. What could go wrong? Nothing, according to Hill, who says her current favorite are Keturah for a girl and Winter for a boy. The three-month-old fetus, by the way, has no say in the matter. What could go wrong?

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Bradly Manning Pleads Guilty To 10 Charges

The LA Times is reporting that Bradley Manning has plead guilty to ten of the charges against him and has agreed to serve 20 years in prison for leaking documents to Wikileaks.

Army Pfc. Bradley Edward Manning pleaded guilty Thursday to 10 charges that he illegally acquired and transferred U.S. government secrets, agreeing to serve 20 years in prison for leaking classified material to WikiLeaks that described U.S. military and diplomatic efforts in Iraq, Afghanistan and around the globe.

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Sony Sells Another Building For $1.2B

Can't turn a profit on your products? Laying off employees and selling billion dollar buildings seems to be helping Sony out these days.

Sony stated the sale was part of the company's reorganization of assets to "strengthen its corporate structure." Then again, the 41 billion (around $4.4 billion) raised in operating income by the sale and how it'll help Sony turn an operating profit this fiscal year helps too. The company wants to bring an end to four successive years of losses, including last fiscal year's loss of around $820 million, not to mention the humiliation of Fitch Ratings cutting the company's credit rating to junk status.

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Ouya Ships To Kickstarter Backers Next Month

If you are a backer of the Ouya Kickstarter, your console will ship March 28th. Everyone else has to wait until June.

OUYAs will begin shipping to Kickstarter backers on March 28. That’s right. Parts are in the factory and assembly lines are buzzing. We’ll gradually ramp up production as we make sure things are working. (Our full launch is still set for June, which is when OUYA will be available in stores!)

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Gaming [H]eadlines

Anomaly 2 Announced @ Blue's News

Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag Announced @ Joystiq

Kellee Santiago joins OUYA @ Shacknews

PS4 User Interface Pics @ Kotaku

Xbox LIVE Ultimate Game Sale @ Major Nelson

Corsair H90 and H110 Hydro Liquid CPU Cooler

If you haven't done so already, make sure you read our evaluation of the Corsair H90 and H110 Hydro liquid CPU coolers today. If you are stepping up to a closed loop all-in-one cooling solution, you'll definitely want to read this review.

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Corsair, once known only for quality enthusiast RAM modules, has successfully diversified its products reaching into cases, power supplies, processor cooling solutions. With the release of the H90 and H110 Hydro Series, we see the first new refresh in its closed loop liquid cooling systems.

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Lian Li PC-7HX Mid-Tower Case

There is a review of the Lian Li PC-7HX posted at LanOC today. If you are in the market for a new case, you might want to give this review a look.

When I saw the PC-7HX I was reminded of the Lian Li cases of old. This isn’t to say that their new cases haven’t been great, but there is something to be said for the simplicity that their old cases used to have. The PC-7HX looks great with its rounded edges around the mesh grill on the front of the case. I would love to see this same model with a windowed side panel, but beyond that I wouldn’t change anything on the outside.

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