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Cooler Master Sniper

Cooler Master has recently launched their Storm series of products. The first in the line in the series is the Sniper case. A case that is inspired by military weapon which provides a sturdy looks and good performance. We take a closer look at this case and put it through our tests. No related posts. Read More »

HIS HD 4870 IceQ 4+ Turbo 1GB

Do we really need video cards with 1 GB? We have tested the HIS HD 4870 IceQ 4+ Turbo 1GB and compared it with a regular 512 MB HD4870 to give you the answer to that questions. No related posts. Read More »

OCZ Tri Channel 1600 Platinum

In the past, OCZ has always proven to be a great competitor in the memory market. And they still continue to do so even today. So let’s take a look at their new Platinum memory. No related posts. Read More »

Seventeam 850watt Modular

Looking for a PSU that is multi railed, but that does not have a gazillion rails? Today are we going to look at a PSU from Seventeam that is a multi rail, but it only has 2 rails. No related posts. Read More »

Leadtek 9800GTX+

If you’re looking for a great card that you can use on your older power supply this is it. No related posts. Read More »

Sapphire 780G

  The 780G is a motherboard designed for those who want a great value without sacrificing much. This motherboard covers a variety of roles including gaming and being a HTPC. No related posts. Read More »

Silverstone Fortress FT01B-W

The Silverstone Fortress FT01B-W is a mid tower sized case that is packed with many various features such as good airflow, cable management, and an extremely easy to use tool-less external install design. No related posts. Read More »

Leadtek WinFast GTX 285

The Leadtek WinFast GTX 285 is a 55nm die shrink of the GeForce GTX 200 series video card from Nvidia. If you want to play games, you may want to play with this bad boy. No related posts. Read More »

Sapphire HD 4650

  Newer and faster cards are always coming out, but for some the cost is just too great. For many the ability to play games with decent settings is well worth the money saved, than buying a brand new top of the line card. No related posts. Read More »

Thermaltake Spedo

Thermaltake Brings us a more cheaper variant of the Spedo chassis. But just because it cost less does not mean it doesn’t perform. Lets take a look at the Spedo chassis by Thermaltake. No related posts. Read More »

Antec Signature Series 650W

At $229.95, the Antec Signature SG650 power supply is not your average power supply. It is what I call a luxury power supply. It is built on quality components, new innovations, and certified for 80 Plus bronze. Though, can these features justify its price tag? Let’s find out. No related posts. Read More »

Tagan TG680-U33II

Even though this power supply is not available in North America, its price, features, and capabilities justify it’s hard to get status. No related posts. Read More »

ASUS P6T

If you don’t need all the bells and whistles of the more expensive boards, I strongly recommend you all take a serious look at the Asus P6T, It’s sure not going to disappoint. No related posts. Read More »

XFX GTX-285 XXX

The new XFX GTX-285 XXX 55 nm shrunk die is out, we have one of these beasts on the test bench and we’re going to drive it until we run out of gas. No related posts. Read More »

OCZ Throttle (eSATA Flash Drive)

OCZ Throttle is a revolutionary portable device. It combines the portability of the flash drive but also incorporate the performance of the eSATA port. As a result, it’s an amalgam of a flash drive that has the SATA’s transfer rate. No related posts. Read More »

Mirrors Edge Performance Review

Mirrors Edge is the first game with fully integrated PhysX designed to run on Nvidia GPU’s. The in game PhysX provide a depth of realism that previously would bog down the Machine. No related posts. Read More »

NZXT Zero 2

The NZXT Zero 2 is the Sequel (Casequel?) to the original NZXT Zero. Lets check it out and see if it’s a Gem, or a in the fine tradition of Hollywood the Sequel is less filling. No related posts. Read More »

BFG GTX-295

The BFG GTX-295 is the latest installment in Nvidia’s dual GPU arsenal. We’ve had hands on the GTX-295 for a while and we have to tell you it’s good, really good. No related posts. Read More »

CES 2009

This year I attended the CES show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Now, unfortunately, with confusion and really not knowing what to do and how to go about it, it kept me from actually visiting the booths inside the Las Vegas Convention Center itself. This was my very first CES so, as always, there’s bound to be some problems. But I did get a chance to meet up with some companies that had displays throughout the city of Las Vegas, Nevada. These companies felt it was a better idea to set up their displays at their hotel rooms so they could get a better one on one with reviewers, editors, and other related sites/businesses in the computer industry. I met with five companies on a one on one interview. No related posts. Read More »

ECS X58B-A Black Series Motherboard

The motherboard we will be taking a look at today is the ECS X58B-A Black Series, which from the name you can tell is based off Intel’s latest chipset, x58. ECS released this motherboard, attacking the budget builders out there, yet at the same time giving them some great overclocking room, a nice multi-GPU solution and an amazing bang for your buck value. Being the first motherboard on the market to support SLI and Crossfire, this motherboard is one of a kind. Let’s go ahead and take a look at what ECS is really about. No related posts. Read More »

In Win Commander 1200

With all the new power supplies on the market today, which one is right for you? Do you only need 600W? Or are you looking for something bigger, badder and more ‘future-proof?’ How about a 1200W monster from In Win? No related posts. Read More »

Thermaltake V9 Gaming Case

For quiet and stylish gaming Thermaltake give exactly what your looking for. The V9 Case delivers great cooling with good looks to take to LAN parties. Its Fanntastic! No related posts. Read More »

Kingston HyperX DC DDR3-1800

With all the different memory options out there, which kit is right for you? Have a look at the latest 1800 MHz 4GB kit from Kingston to see if it fits the bill. No related posts. Read More »

Nvidia 3D Vision

Nvidia has released a ground breaking product with their 3D Vision glasses. They debut at CES 2008 but we have the early scoop for you. Already compatible with 350 games prelaunch. No related posts. Read More »

AMD Dragon: AMD Phenom II X4 940

The Dragon platform is AMD’s new platform consisting of a 7-Series motherboard, a HD4800 GPU and the new Phenom II X4 GPU’s. With promises of great overclocking potential as well as higher clockspeeds from the start, the Dragon platform together with the new Phenom II should have a better start that the 2007 Spider platform. Has AMD learned the lesson from the Spider- and Phenom launch? Read on to find out as we put the Dragon platform through its paces. No related posts. Read More »

Asus GTX-295 (ENGTX295)

The Asus GTX-295 is the first dual GPU Nvidia offering since the 9800GX2. Reported as the fastest single GPU we’ll be running it against a battery of GPU’s including the 4870×2. No related posts. Read More »

Antec Twelve Hundred Full Tower Case

The Antec Twelve Hundred full tower case has 12 bays, five 120mm fans, a 200mm fan, 7 expansion slots, a side window, and enough room inside to fit even the largest graphics cards. No related posts. Read More »

Cooler Master Stacker 832 SE

Cooler Master did a terrific job with the new Stacker 832 as there were no compromises behind the design and usability. The materials used to build the chassis are top notch. Brushed aluminum and nicely finished plastic parts work a treat and give this case a very distinctive look. No related posts. Read More »

Koolance VID-487 GPU Water Block

The Koolance VID-487 waterblock build quality is great along with performance to match. So would I recommend it to someone looking to watercool their reference HD 4870 video card?” No related posts. Read More »

Cooler Master Aquagate Max

  In the search for the highest overclock, heat is always an issue. Water cooling helps solve this by waters natural ability to absorb more heat than air. Today we test this theory. No related posts. Read More »

Glacial Altair A381 (iMon)

The GlacialTech A381 is an unique case because it is slim design that is capable of accomidating an ATX motherboard, two hard drives, and comes with 2 60mm fans, a media reader, and the iMon module. It is not often you will find an HTPC of this size with its ample of space and expansion option. The question remains, would this be your HTPC case choice? We’ll see….. No related posts. Read More »

SilenX IXG-80HA2 & IXG-3F2

The IXG-80HA2 GPU cooler and the IXG-3F2 fans from SilenX are an evil combination. But does it have what it takes to cool our video cards? No related posts. Read More »

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