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PowerColor Red Devil Radeon RX 580 8GB GDDR5 Review

PowerColor is an AIB vendor with a long history of producing AMD videocards, and today we are taking a look at one of their RX 580 offerings. The PowerColor Red Devil Radeon RX 580 8GB GDDR5 is a factory-overclocked RX 580 featuring, you guessed it, 8GB of GDDR5. While there …

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AMD Ryzen Threadripper and Ryzen 3 Product Updates

Out of the blue this morning, AMD published a video on YouTube that provides some details about the upcoming AMD Ryzen Threadripper and Ryzen 3 product lines. Ryzen Threadripper 1950X As we have known for a while the 1950X will be composed of 16 cores and 32 threads. What we …

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ASUS ROG Crosshair VI Hero Motherboard Review

INTRODUCTION AMD’s Ryzen platform was one of the most highly anticipated launches in recent years, with everyone from industry insiders and media, to overclocking champions and gamers just waiting to see how these new multi-core processors performed. And while there have been some ups and downs along the way, many …

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XFX RX 460 4GB Heatsink Edition Review

INTRODUCTION While we here at Bjorn3D typically focus on the top-end, enthusiast-level hardware, we frequently come across a piece of hardware that is a bit more tame. Take for example the XFX RX 460 4GB Heatsink Edition graphics card. Built with 1080p gaming in mind, the RX 460 provides beginner …

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Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO Review

INTRODUCTION You may be thinking you have gone back in time, but no, you read that correctly. This is in fact a review of the Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO. Cooler Master sent us the heatsink along with an AM4 mounting kit to review on the new AMD Ryzen platform. …

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Anidees AI5S Window Case Review

INTRODUCTION Coming off the heels of their very popular AI Crystal case, Anidees is back again today with their AI5S Window case. While the AI5S is not a totally redesigned product, and is based on their existing AI5 design, it does offer a few welcome changes. Anidees touts silence and …

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Riotoro CR480 Case Review

INTRODUCTION Here at Bjorn3D, we have recently been taking a look at quite a few products from new brands, and next up in the line is Riotoro. Formed in 2014 and based out of California, Riotoro recently reached out to us with their CR480 PC case. The Riotoro CR480 case …

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Anidees Releases Two New Cases – AI Crystal Cube Lite and AI5S Window Version

Anidees has released two new cases recently, the AI Crystal Cube and the AI5S Window version. We have taken a look at a few Anidees cases recently, and were quite impressed with their offerings. We will be reaching out to Anidees to secure samples for review, so stay tuned! AI …

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Kingston HyperX Alloy FPS – Cherry MX Brown

Introduction Here at Bjorn3D, we seem to be on a steady roll of peripheral device reviews, and today we will be looking at the Kingston HyperX Alloy FPS gaming keyboard. The Alloy FPS we are looking at today features Cherry MX Brown keys for a tactile response and medium audio …

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Genius Scorpion M8-610 Gaming Mouse

INTRODUCTION As we mentioned in our Genius Scorpion K20 gaming keyboard review, the gaming peripherals market is ever-expanding, thanks to the growth of gaming in general. Genius has stepped up to the plate with a few gaming peripherals of their own, and today we will be taking a look at …

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Genius Scorpion K20 Gaming Keyboard

INTRODUCTION The gaming peripherals market is truly one that is over-saturated. Nearly every hardware vendor is touting their own line of gaming keyboards, mice, headsets, and every other peripheral that they deem appropriate. Genius is also looking to make a stand in the gaming market, with their new Scorpion K20 …

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Anidees AI Crystal Lite

INTRODUCTION In late 2016, Anidees released their AI Crystal case; a beautiful case with tempered glass side and front panels, the new standard for enthusiast PC cases. The AI Crystal was a hit from the start, with rave reviews from just about every outlet that took a look at the …

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VisionTek BTi65 Wireless Speaker

INTRODUCTION VisionTek is most widely known for their graphics cards and SSDs, but they also offer a wide range of technology accessories for everyday use. Today we are looking at the VisionTek BTi65 wireless speaker, a compact and portable device that is designed for use in an active lifestyle. The …

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Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 140

INTRODUCTION Earlier this year Cooler Master released their MasterLiquid Pro 120 and 240 models of AIO liquid cooling solutions. Cooler Master has stated that they have user that want to push their systems to the next level in mind with the MasterLiquid Pro series. Utilizing their holistic approach to controlling …

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Anidees Announces AI-Crystal White and AI-Crystal Lite Cases

Anidees AI-Crystal Tempered Glass White The Netherlands, 10 -Nov-2016 Anidees today announced the new AI-Crystal White Tempered Glass White version which features full tempered glass on the front and side panels. Built-in 4 x 140mm White LED Fans (3 in the Front, 1 in rear) create a lighting effect inside …

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Corsair Harpoon RGB Gaming Mouse

INTRODUCTION Where is a company supposed to go after putting all the bells and whistles into a top-end gaming mouse? There are only so many RGB lights that can be added before the device becomes too obnoxious, and adding more buttons to a mouse with 20+ existing buttons is just …

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OCZ VX500 SSD (1TB)

INTRODUCTION Designed with mainstream desktop and laptop devices in mind, the OCZ VX500 SSD utilizes Toshiba’s MLC NAND to usher in a replacement for the Vector 180. The VX500 falls in between the budget-oriented Trion 150 drives, and the blazing-fast RD400 NVMe offering. Offering 128GB, 256GB, 512GB and 1TB sizes, …

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Kingston HyperX Cloud Stinger Gaming Headset

INTRODUCTION Kingston’s HyperX Cloud line of headsets have historically been top-notch. And while many gaming headsets come with a premium price, Kingston has taken note, and released the HyperX Cloud Stinger. This stereo headset features a very basic design and feature set, but that doesn’t mean you should skip right …

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Crucial MX300 SSD (750GB)

INTRODUCTION Crucial is back with a new revision of their MX series of SSDs, and this time around the MX300 750GB features Micron’s latest 3D NAND, promising improved performance and greater endurance. While the 750GB model of the MX300 line is touted as being “Limited Edition”, this was just for …

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Corsair MM800 RGB Polaris Mouse Pad

INTRODUCTION RGB. It’s an acronym you just can’t escape these days in the PC component world. Just about every component you can think of now offers at least some form of RGB lighting. Motherboards have backlighting, glowing logos and even add-in card clips. Cases can be lit up to match …

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In Win 303

INTRODUCTION In a world of nearly unlimited choices when it comes to PC cases, manufacturers are always looking to find the “next big thing” that consumers want. These features seem to come in waves, and once unique features like LED lighting, fan filters, and tool-less designs are now almost a …

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Corsair MM300 Extended Edition Mouse Mat

INTRODUCTION When was the last time you thought about your mouse pad? Was it when someone commented on how dirty it was, or when you realized you could no longer stand the frayed edge behind your mouse? Like many, a mouse pad is often an after thought in the overall …

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Corsair M65 PRO RGB

INTRODUCTION In this current period of what feels like a calm before a storm of new GPUs and CPUs, the peripheral market has been churning out devices left and right, and Corsair is right in the mix. Their newest revision of the popular M65 mouse series, the M65 PRO RGB, …

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Corsair VOID Surround Hybrid Stereo Gaming Headset

INTRODUCTION Let’s face it, not everyone is “just a PC gamer”, or “just a console gamer”. Many of us have both a PC and a console or two, and let’s not forget to throw in a smartphone. Inter-connectivity between all of these devices can be hard to find, and usually …

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Anidees AI7 Case

introduction Back in March of 2016, we took reviewed our first piece of hardware from Anidees, the AI8. That case proved to be a great contender for users requiring a large case, and had a great price point as well. Well, we are back today with another case from Anidees, …

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Anidees AI8 Case

introduction Anidees is a hardware manufacturer that we here at Bjorn3D have not had a chance to work with until recently. While they design and create cases like the AI8 we are taking a look at today, they also offer various USB charging devices, as well as Raspberry Pi and …

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HAVIT HV-KB378L RGB Backlit Mechanical Keyboard

INTRODUCTION Gaming keyboards and mice have really taken off in the last few years, with the current keyboard trends being related to mechanical keys and RGB lighting. Today we are taking a look at the HAVIT HV-KB378L, a 104-key mechanical keyboard with customizable lighting. Let’s not waste any more time …

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Cooler Master Mouse Roundup Review

Cooler Master Mouse Roundup Review Introduction COOLER MASTER has a long tradition of producing high-end and affordable gaming equipment, and they were kind enough to send over the Xornet II, Sentinel III, Mizar and Havoc for a COOLER MASTER Mouse Roundup. Three reviewers tackling four mice to give you the …

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Crucial BX200 SSD (480GB)

INTRODUCTION Crucial is no rookie when it comes to the memory and SSD game, so an introduction to the company as a whole is mostly unnecessary. The introduction that does need to take place however, is the introduction of Micron’s first 16nm TLC SSDs, the BX200 line. Aimed at users …

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Raijintek STYX

INTRODUCTION Raijintek may be a name you are not quite familiar with, and neither were we, before our recent review of their TRITON all-in-one watercooling kit. After a good first introduction, Raijintek is back with their STYX Micro-ATX case. The Raijintek STYX brings stylish looks and a nearly all aluminum …

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Raijintek TRITON AIO Water Cooling Kit

INTRODUCTION Raijintek may be a name you have never heard. Don’t feel alone though, as we had not heard about this company until earlier this summer when we started to notice reviews for their products popping up here and there. Founded in 2013, Raijintek is a Taiwanese company that utilizes …

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ASUSTOR AS6202T NAS

INTRODUCTION Breaking into the network attached storage (NAS) industry is no easy task these days, as competition for users’ data storage is fierce. Thankfully for ASUSTOR, they entered the industry in 2011. With the NAS industry growing by leaps and bounds, the products that a company must offer to potential …

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Thecus W2000+ NAS

INTRODUCTION Outside of typical PC components like CPUs, motherboards, and video cards, it seems like the fastest growing segment of PC-related consumer electronics is the network attached storage (NAS) field. NAS units are often found performing the duty of their namesake; storing files that are accessible via either a LAN …

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SilverStone Strider ST55F-G PSU and PP05-E Kit

SilverStone recently sent us their SG12 small form-factor case for review, and along with it came a power supply from their Strider series, as well as a power supply cabling kit. The ST55F-G PSU resides in the Strider Gold S series of power supplies, and provides 550 watts in a …

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SilverStone SG12

Here at Bjorn3D we are no strangers to the SilverStone brand. They have been creating awesome cases, power supplies, coolers and more since 2003, and we have been fortunate enough to take a look at many of their offerings over the years. Early on in their history, they created the …

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QuakeCon 2015 – Day 2

20 years. That’s how long America’s largest BYOC LAN party and associated events has been going on. From the humble beginnings in 1996 at a small hotel in a Dallas suburb, to the mega-sized event luring thousands of visitors to Dallas in the middle of the summer, QuakeCon has always …

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QuakeCon 2015 – Day 1

20 years. That’s how long America’s largest BYOC LAN party and associated events has been going on. From the humble beginnings in 1996 at a small hotel in a Dallas suburb, to the mega-sized event luring thousands of visitors to Dallas in the middle of the summer, QuakeCon has always …

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PAPAGO! GoSafe 520 Dashcam

In the past few years, a new trend has emerged that not only aims to help drivers document their travels, but provides video and audio evidence in the case of an accident. The use of dashcams is not a new concept by any means; we have all seen footage from …

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Sentey Arches GS-4730 Gaming Headset

Today we are taking a look at the Sentey Arches GS-4730 gaming headset. The Arches headset is from Sentey’s Elite Gamer Series of products, and has┬ásome really nice features that helped it achieve a great rating from us. Lately it seems like every hardware vendor is releasing their own line …

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Sentey Arrow GS-4522 Headset

Here at Bjorn3D we have started to become more familiar with Sentey in the past few months, having taken a look at two of their gaming mice, as well as a PC case. Prior to our recent reviews, we were unaware of any of the products that Sentey manufactures. We …

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