Our inbox didn't collect too many exciting announcements this week, but we've got a few notable releases from Asus, Enermax, and StarTech.
That 1015MHz Asus GeForce GTX 550 Ti sounds impressive, although considering the kinds of numbers we got out of Zotac's 1000MHz version of the GTX 550 Ti, I'd still opt for a Radeon HD 6850 or GeForce GTX 460 1GB, instead.
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|ASRock makes something worth plugging into SATA Express||9|
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