No, you're not seeing double; we have two sets of reviews in the same sectors this week.
A power-supply unit (PSU) is simple, right? But there's more than one way to make one, and our reviews of the fanless SilverStone Nightjar and impressive be quiet! Pure Power L8 630W show that manufacturers can cater for different parts of the market with specially-designed units.
System RAM can be designed for different markets, too. ADATA goes for the premium end with 8GB modules in its 16GB pack of DDR3-2,133 memory. Patriot, meanwhile, reckons that the same speed of memory is best marketed with value very much in mind.
Looking to win big in the latest HEXUS competitions? Then we've good news; we've got three new competitions and a bunch of amazing prizes! You could win a Philips monitor, EpicGear goodie bags or one of four Sapphire Radeon HD graphics cards - so go on, give yourself the best chance by entering all three!
But that's not all, this week sees firm rumours of the iPad mini's launch next month, Nokia reveals the Lumia 820 and 920, Half-Life 2 gets the Black Mesa treatment, and, believe it or not, Intel dabbles with using oil to cool systems. Oh, and the new Amazon Kindles are out.