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Corsair® Launches 650 Watt Professional Series Modular Power Supply

FREMONT, Calif., Sept. 15, 2009 — Corsair®, a worldwide leader in high-performance computer memory, power supplies and flash memory products, including solid-state drives, today announced the launch of the Corsair Professional Series HX650W modular power supply.

The HX650W joins the multi award-winning HX750W, HX850W and HX1000W as part of Corsair’s Professional Series of PSUs, all of which feature a comprehensive low-profile modular cable set, minimal noise levels, ultra-high efficiency, and the highest component quality and performance on the market.

“The Corsair HX650W is ideal for enthusiasts and gamers who are looking for a highly efficient, quiet, modular power supply, but don’t need the higher wattages offered by the other PSUs in the Professional Series” said Jim Carlton, VP of Marketing at Corsair. “The HX650W offers the same unmatched quality standards and 7 Year warranty, but at a power level more suitable for mid/high-spec PC builds, such as those based on Intel’s Core i5 and Core i7 ‘Lynnfield’ processors.”

The Corsair Professional Series HX650W uses industrial-grade components, ensuring stable, clean and reliable voltages, and delivers the vast majority of its total power output (96%) on its single 52A +12V rail. This is essential for reliably powering today’s PCs with multi-core CPUs and graphics cards. The Professional Series HX650W is also tested and guaranteed to operate at 100% load at an ambient temperature of 50°C, guaranteeing stability and reliability no matter the conditions.

MSI Wind Top AE2010 AIO Desktop Review @ Benchmark Reviews

Desktop computers are making a resurgence, and have exploited the compact nature of newer technology to provide the best of both worlds. Netbooks are the popular item for travelers, but they don’t get the job done for full time workers and students. Notebooks are nice, and meet halfway, but have their own limits too. Behold the nettop. It’s a compact desktop computer with a notebook profile. In this article, Benchmark Reviews tests the MSI Wind Top AE2010-02SUS All-In-One touch screen desktop computer against an Intel Atom-equipped ASUS Eee PC netbook, Core 2 Duo notebook, and NVIDIA ION desktop system.

ASUS P7P55DX Deluxe Motherboard Review

ASUS has really gone the extra mile with their P7P55D Deluxe board with performance that exceeds that of its competition and a slew of new features including the Hybrid Phase and Xtreme Design. The board overclocked using ASUS’s automated overclocking utility to a respectable 3.15GHz totally stable. Hand overclocking got the board over 3.5GHz, a very nice overclock indeed. ASUS includes extras like the TurboV Remote which allows one button overclocking and the ability to clear the CMOS without having to dig around the back of the computer case. This is one Hot Product for the new i5 launch and ASUS even has one board higher than this the Premium version, which hopefully we will have for review very soon.

Full Review @

P.S. Stay tuned for our review of this board.

Dell Studio XPS 16 Review @ Hothardware

We had the chance to review Dell’s Studio XPS 13 back in early May and found the machine to be sleek and stylish, and a good value.  In an effort to provide that same sleek styling and great performance to those looking for a somewhat larger machine, Dell has now issued an updated Studio XPS 16 that seems to up the ante in a number of key areas. The 16″ notebook realm is a bit less crowded these days than say the netbook sector and the full-on 17″ desktop replacement arena, giving Dell the perfect opportunity to stand out and make a play for those dead-set on a 16″ rig.

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