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Lian-Li's latest test bench looks much nicer than necessary (for a test bench).
Shuttle's new barebones comes with an H81 Express chipset and an LGA1150 socket for Haswell CPUs.
DeepCool's new Pangu SW-RD comes with two remotely-controlled color-changing LED strips.
Silverstone's new fans are affordable and come with PWM support, although you might not like the color scheme all that much.
Koolance also joins the fray with a GTX 980 water block.
SilverStone's Fortress FT05 has a rotated motherboard orientation and a simple air cooling arrangement.
Fractal Design's latest PSUs are excellent mid-range power supplies.
ASRock's latest motherboard can drive up to 18 SATA devices.
Enermax' Thormax GT case is big.
Aqua Computer has introduced a new water block for the GTX 980 graphics card and a new series of radiators.
It looks like you can now buy an AMD Radeon R9 290 graphics card for as little as $299.
MSI's new GTX 970 Gaming 4G LE brings a custom PCB and cooler design at a lower price point.
Gigabyte's new Z97-HD3P motherboard offers good mid-tier features and should come in at a value price point.
Palit has built its fastest GTX 980 to date.
Apacer has built an SSD with a SATA input and a USB 3.0 input.
Swiftech has built a 280 mm customizable all-in-one water cooler.
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