Posts Tagged ‘Silverstone’
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SilverStone Redline RL01 Review

SilverStone’s Entry Level Enthusiast/Gaming PC Case Similar to Lian Li, SilverStone typically specializes in conservative, but functional high-end cases.¬† However, with SilverStone’s Redline series cases, SilverSto...



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SilverStone Grandia GD08 HTPC Case Review

Nothing Quite Like It… Home theater PCs have always been a popular niche PC and it’s not difficult to understand the appeal of having one. Imagine a typical AV stack these days. You’ve got your AV receiver, yo...



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Best Budget Photo/Video/3D Workstation Under $1,000 [March2012]

Think you need to pay Dell, HP, or Apple $2,000 for a decent photo editing, video editing, or 3d modeling workstation these days? Think again! Build your own workstation PC for under $1,000 that will do the same exact thing a...



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SilverStone Temjin Series TJ04-E Review

For the most part, it seems like SilverStone never rests in their ability to innovate. Over the years we’ve seen the chassis/cooling giant create some of the most uniquely designed products with some of the most innovativ...



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Best Photo / Video Editing Build Under $1,000 – $1,200 [February 2012]

A couple days ago, I posted the $2000 video editing and gaming build, but some of you have asked “What if I don’t have $2000 to spend on a computer? What then? What if I don’t play games and just want the best...



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Silverstone Temjin TJ04-E Evolution Mid Tower Case Unboxing and First Look

Just finished the unboxing and first look of the brand new SilverStone Temjin TJ04-E (Evolution) Mid Tower Case. Pretty classy looking mid tower packed with a whole lot of features. Full review coming up as soon as I build into...



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SilverStone Precision Series PS07 Review

Introduction I like big cases. The bigger the better, but let’s be honest here. If you’re running a mATX board with the stock CPU cooler, a single hard drive, and no GPU, it may be a bit overkill to purchase a Cosmo...