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1st Place: SteelSeries XaiIf you like your gaming mouse to have interchangeable weights or loads of buttons this isn't the mouse for you, but for ambidextrous gamers and purists this streamlined rodent is an excellent choice. Its comfortable, ergonomic shape lies beautifully in the hand, its tracking performance is flawless, and despite its minimalist approach SteelSeries has made the Xai eminently customisable.
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2nd Place: Nvidia GeForce GTX 460Nvidia has faced an uphill struggle against AMD's superior Radeon cards, but with the latest GF104 revision of its Fermi architecture in the shape of the GTX 460, it has produced a serious competitor. With a sub-£200 price point, full support for DirectX 11, CUDA and 3D Vision, this is the best-value gaming card to have come out this year.
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3rd Place: ASRock 890FX Deluxe3ASRock's enthusiast AMD motherboard takes things to the next level by being stuffed with features for the money. It stands out from the crowd mainly for being the first to implement dual USB 3.0 controllers to give double the ports of any competing offering, and doesn't leave you wanting on any front.
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