I had to come in here and take a break for a few minutes. I’m trying to design a bracelet for a friend, and it is requiring entirely too much math from me. I am not a math person, I am a creative person…thus why I make jewelry. I don’t count, I rarely measure length…I just do what looks good to me. This math thing is not my friend. On a positive note, when we finally pick which beads we’re going with (the design is decided, I’ve been working on different bead combinations, which requires knowing how many of any given kind I have), it’s going to not only go quickly but be really, really cool-looking.

My Brain Hurts

Hardware Canucks starts us off with the Cogage TRUE Spirit (Rev.2) CPU Cooler

Hardware Secrets counters with the Coolink Corator DS CPU Cooler

TrustedReviews goes mobile with the Nokia 7230 Slider Phone

TweakTown checks out the A-DATA Nobility NH01 USB 3.0 Portable HDD in a video review

ITShootOut examines the Asus Rampage III Extreme Motherboard

InsideHW presents Sapphire HD 5450 & 5570: Premier League

Legion Hardware chills out with the Prolimatech MK-13 – Now with improved VRM cooling

TechRadar hooks up with the Audio Research LS17 pre VS60 power amp

XSReviews shares its thoughts on the Stardock USB 3.0 HDD Dock and Card

LanOC goes inside the Cooler Master 690 II Advanced

TweakNews spends some time with the Asus Xonar Essence STX Sound Card

Guru3D gets its hands on the Mionix NAOS 5000 gaming mouse

eTeknix shares its XFX 650W XXX Edition Modular Power Supply Unboxing Video

techPowerUp gets into the Lamptron Fan Controller FC5


Last but not least, GamingHeaven takes on Splinter Cell Conviction (PC)

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