Daily Reviews for Jan 10

So before starting with today's reviews, I just wanted to mention that some of the guys from Corsair are participating in an IAmA on Reddit.  For those who aren't familiar with that that is, they're basically answering questions posed by the community about anything, including Corsair and its products.  So if you have any questions, head on over!


Gigabyte Z77X-UD4H Motherboard @ Hardware Secrets

The Gigabyte Z77X-UD4H is a mid-range socket LGA1155 motherboard targeted to the "Ivy Bridge" processors (third-generation Core i3, Core i5, and Core i7 processors). Let's see what this motherboard has to offer.

Patriot SuperSonic Rage XT 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review @ NikKTech

Still many of you know that we always do our best to deliver on your requests and so after digging around we found what just might be the perfect balance between performance and size, the SuperSonic Rage XT USB 3.0 Flash Drive by Patriot Memory.

NZXT Kraken X40 All-In-One Liquid CPU Cooler Review @ Pro-Clockers

So what must a user do if they only have locations that support only a single 140mm fans? Simple, run out and pick up a Kraken X40 for yourself. The X40 is the single slot model of the X60. NZXT promises very good thermal numbers from the X40 because of its powerful pump, larger radiator and 140mm fan. I personally can't wait to see how well it holds up again the bigger brother and other AIO coolers on the market.

Intel SSD DC S3700 Review – 800GB and 200GB Enterprise SSD @ HCW

The Intel SSD DC S3700 introduces a new Intel SSD controller for the first time in years. With a heavy emphasis on consistent performance, these drives bode well for the future of Intel SSD products. It may also refresh your opinion on some current SSDs that don't perform as consistently as others once they enter a steady state.

Corsair Hydro Series H55 Liquid CPU Cooler Review @ eTeknix

The Corsair Hydro series has been more or less entirely revamped in the past few months with new variants of all coolers that include either better tubing, better pumps, better fans or all of those improvements. The H55 is right at the lower end of the new Hydro series just above the H50 and H40 which are both very similar products. Put in simpler terms the H55 is an improved version of the Corsair H50 so will bring the benefits of all-in-one liquid coolers but without the size or price premium of the H80i and H100i. It also represents a maturation of the all-in-one liquid cooler concept that should give better performance with a smaller size compared to previous generation liquid coolers.

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