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Users Review of the Month – What were the best user reviews of december?
December was a busy month with many holidays and, for some, tech gifts in the bag or under the tree. Many readers climbed into the pen to describe their findings with those new gadgets and that led up to 246 users reviews at the year-end month. Of these, 63 were reviews a +3 or +2 rating and 26 reviews involved a +3 score.
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Product Review of the Month: January 2014 nominations
Winner December 2014
Rarely was so clear which user review was going to win. Seven nominations was the piece of Foritain on the MSI GeForce GTX 970. The review is also the deserved winner of December 2014.
+3 MSI GeForce GTX 970 Video 4G Review
Reviews of graphics cards are plentiful, but good comprehensive userrevies there are a lot less. Not everyone has a pile of cards to make performance comparisons, and that’s what it’s all about at Graka. You also must make sense to benching all those games. Fortunately Foritain cards as well as the enthusiasm and comparisons he makes a lot, not only on performance but also on consumption and heat. There are many photos, he discusses the software and lacking even overclocking. The text is also readable. The conclusion of Foritain: “The GTX 970 is for me the king of the mid-high segment, and the MSI GeForce GTX 970 4GB Gaming is a more than excellent performance from there.”
Other top 4
+3 Nokia Lumia 830 Orange Review
User Alpha89 wrote in July a good review of the Lumia 930 and the Lumia 830 in December was my turn, which Microsoft provided him incidentally itself from the unit. The Lumia 830 is, in the words of Alpha89 “a mid-range phone with high-end touches. The review has a clear structure and is nicely designed. However missing some pictures and videos taken with the phone (but which are fixed yet ) And the conclusion is a bit short, concise or if you look at it positively. A place in the top four he deserves, because a lot is discussed, Denim update to wireless charging.
+3 Tt eSPORTS Poseidon Z Illuminated Blue Switch Edition review
Also melek-taus is back in action, and with a review of the Tt eSPORTS Poseidon Z. This is a gaming keyboard designed by Thermaltake eSports and is released under the brand name of the company: Tt eSPORTS. The keyboard features Kailh Blue switches and not on Cherry MX variants. Then you want to know what the difference is. Melek Taus-states do not disappoint and lays that out. He also gives the sound of the keys in some videos. What do you want more in a review of a keyboard?
+3 Dell UltraSharp U2715H review
The UltraSharp U2715H Dell is curved and has no associate professors resolution, but another important feature: a thin bezel of 8mm. “We are talking about a 27-inch IPS display with a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels which is delivered calibrated by Dell,” said Monkey user. This review by Monkey is perhaps not as extreme as extensive Kid Jansen they will agree, but the most important state in it and after reading you know as a user you need to know about this new monitor.
+3 Ebode HDMI Extender over Single CAT5e / 6 with IR review
Some reviews it has not quite achieved as the game-review of Dead Island: Riptide by Jeroen V. and Umi C1 of Kiswum . Those users must forgive us that we have chosen for discussion by the MrBreaker Ebode HDMI Extender over Single CAT5e / 6 with IR. This kind of reviews you will not often. With this set can send HDMI signal over a long distance over the CAT5e / 6-cables, with next to adjust an infrared component for zapping, volume, and so on. “This set is a great solution to the image of the living example to transport to the bedroom,” MrBreaker concludes in his extensive review.
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Tweak Blog of the Month – December
Nobody wanted war (musical version)
Of course we had here the amazing and instructive piece can put down Sebastius, in which he describes how the GPU problems of the MacBook Pro early 2011 tackles. Then you had to become acquainted with the concept and had reflow you can see why you should regularly delete blankets from cores. But instead we put here the Tweak Blog Kain_niaK down. This is also Tweak Blogs. It is artful, creative and bold, anyway, read and listen for yourself.Viewing:-167
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