Rosewill Tokamak 1500W...
We're starting off the new year right... with something big, powerful, and really efficient. Rosewill has come to us bearing a massive beast of a unit weighing in at 1500 watts with 80 Plus Titanium certification. There are only three competing units on the market, and that competition is fierce. Let's see if Rosewill has what it takes to get our money away from us.
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Mon, Jan-09-2017)
EVGA Supernova G3 750W...
It's been a very good year for high end power supplies, now that Seasonic came in and made all of us drool with their Prime Titanium units. But as we found out recently, their main competition have not been idle. EVGA waltzed right in here, dropped a 1kW beast of a unit in our laps, and waltzed out proving they could keep up. Now, we're looking at the EVGA G3 750 watt model. Can EVGA keep up the pressure? We're going to find out.
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Mon, Dec-26-2016)
Thermaltake Toughpower Grand RGB Go...

T'was the week before Christmas and all through the land,
Thermaltake came to us... PSU in hand.
An 80 Plus Gold unit, at 750 watts,
RGB fanned, you see, it promises lots.
Come inside, folks, and grab you a drink.
I'm going to test this thing, you'll know what I think.

Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Fri, Dec-23-2016)

Rosewill Gram

The Rosewill Gram aims to be a well-rounded mid tower with the ability to take a 240 mm long radiator, 360 mm long graphics card, and five cooling fans. With strong competition in the segment, it will be interesting to see whether the Gram will be able to strike them down to be the victor in winning the buyer's heart. @ techPowerUp!

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Dec-12-2016)

Speedlink OMNIVI Review

As with the Decus Respec, we see a return of that lush, metallic red, rubber surface. The OMNIVI seems like it is more targeting MMO gamers with its 10 programmable buttons, including 4 side buttons that includes a sniper and rapid fire option, 2 additional buttons on top (set to control volume by default) as an on-the-fly DPI toggle. Visually the OMNIVI has some extreme shaping, at the bottom is a wide aluminium base plate, which is then shaped with steep sides and swooping curves. To finish it off, it also has some unique LED lighting effects. @ Vortez

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Dec-12-2016)

Portal Self-Optimizing Urban AC2400 WiFi Router

Portal is a Quad-Stream Wave-2 IEEE 802.11AC (AC2400) router that makes use of more 5GHz bands than any other consumer router on the market. They are the only consumer router to do this due to the complexity of the design; these additional channels can only be used when weather radar is not. The Portal actively monitors for this prioritized traffic and will actively move the network to another channel to avoid interference and optimize throughput. @ Bigbruin

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Dec-12-2016)

Cooler Master MasterCase Maker 5T Review

In this article for Benchmark Reviews, Iíll be going over the differences between the Cooler Master MasterCase Maker 5T mid-tower computer case compared to the rest of the MasterCase series. The MasterCase Maker 5T is the current flagship of the series. Iíll be showcasing this mid-tower with a build to demonstrate the features of this sleek case. How will the MasterCase Maker 5T fair? Letís find out. @ Benchmark Reviews

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Dec-12-2016)

AUKEY KM-G3 Keyboard

You might not have heard of AUKEY, and I thought I hadn't when they contacted me to review their new keyboard, but then I looked at the USB hub I had ordered from Amazon and realized that it was made by AUKEY, as was one of my power packs for my phone. AUKEY seems to be one of those brands that hide in plain sight as they have a lot of products on Amazon and seem well regarded.
@ techPowerUp!

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Dec-12-2016)

Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 140 Review

With all-in-one liquid cooling systems becoming more and more common, the choice is somewhat hard. Call it a first world problem, but hey, after all, we are all looking for the most bang for our buck, right? The Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 140 makes some changes to the market with some new and innovative features. @ APH Networks

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Dec-12-2016)

AK Racing PRO X Gaming Chair Review

Although we spend roughly 1/3 of our lives in bed it's safe to assume that people working with computers (both at the office and at home) and serious gamers spend another 1/3 of their lives sitting in front of a computer screen. Unfortunately however we don't really pay much attention to where we sit on at least not until it's late and we start experiencing back problems and yes the same actually applies for me too since up until a couple of years ago i had no idea how much better "serious" ergonomic chairs are compared to regular desk chairs when you sit on them for several hours at a time.
@ NikKTech

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Dec-12-2016)

V-Moda Crossfade Wireless

Hi, my name is Wes and Iím addicted to wireless headsets.. I hate to admit it, because I have just about any wired headset I could want in the warehouse, but on my main PC I prefer to use a wireless headset. Over the years I canít even count the different ways that I have gotten tangled up in a headphone wire or damaged the wire with my chair so years ago I started using wireless headsets. I started with the Corsair Vengeance 1500ís then I went to the Logitech G930ís, and for the past three years Iíve had the SteelSeries H Wireless. Iíve run into multiple issues with reception issues, especially at LAN parties, battery issues, and at one point the Corsairs even just came apart in my hands. The H Wireless held up better and gave me fewer issues because of its swappable battery setup but the audio performance and comfort were never really as good as anything wired. But it's 2016, going on 2017 and Iím feeling saucy. I decided to check out the V-Moda Crossfade Wireless. Iíve got the wired version that I take with me to LAN events and love them, so I thought they might finally be the solution to the audio and comfort issues while being wireless so Iíve been giving them a try. @ LanOC Reviews

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Dec-12-2016)

Seagate IronWolf 10TB Hard Drive Review

The Seagate IronWolf ST10000VN0004 10TB is the biggest hard
drive money can buy. But do not let its capacity fool you -- it compromises
nothing in speed and power efficiency. @ APH Networks

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Dec-12-2016)


The sub-$200 market-segment has been NVIDIA's problem area in terms of price-performance competitiveness with AMD, even though the company has had higher volumes. Most games released for the competitive gaming crowd run great on sub-$300 graphics cards, and it's only blockbuster AAA titles with cutting-edge production designs that prompt people to invest in faster graphics solutions, where NVIDIA has established an unbeatable lead. @ techPowerUp!

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Dec-12-2016)

Creative iRoar Go Review

The iRoar Go addresses that, coming in 25% lighter and 40% smaller than the iRoar, it is the most portable Roar speaker yet. Adding to that, it has an IPX6 protection rating, meaning that it is sealed against dust, and has a waterproof rating to the equivalent of being jet-blasted from all angles for 3 minutes and should not show any signs of seepage, or failure. This means less concern on those poolside, or seaside trips, still be sure not drop it in the toilet or the ocean. @ Vortez

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Dec-12-2016)

We already had several PC cases from Aerocool this year. This manufacturer is currently very much trying to bring unique and stylish housings to the market. Some of them we could already view a little closer, but a model is still missing in the collection, the middle of October presented Aerocool Project7 P7-C1 housing in Tempered Glass Edition white. This is the beginning of a new series, which will also have a power supply and water cooling with LED control. The project 7 housing is available in 4 different versions, each in black and white with plexi or glass viewing windows. @ HardwareOverclock

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Dec-12-2016)

Antec KUHLER H2O H1200 Pro AIO Liquid CPU Cooler Review

All in one liquid CPU coolers already count many years in the market and although they haven't actually managed to surpass regular CPU air coolers in terms of sales (and even performance in some cases) they have become the popular choice among gamers, professionals and even enthusiasts all over the world. Unfortunately as many of you are well aware we haven't witnessed any serious advancements in AIO liquid CPU coolers so leaving out some slight improvements primarily on the fans and pumps used (both performance and visual enhancements) there hasn't been any sudden boost in cooling efficiency. The increase in competition however has sliced prices over the years so currently consumers can even find affordable yet high-performance dual 120mm AIO liquid CPU coolers in the market and one such model seems to be the Kuhler H2O H1200 Pro by our friends over at Antec. @ NikKTech

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Dec-12-2016)

BarrelCool Rifle Chamber Fan Review

Heat does many things to metal, and none of them are good when it comes to gun barrels. Throat erosion will ultimately cause degradation of accuracy after thousand(s) of rounds are fired, but depending on how fast theyíre fired heat can change your point of impact in just a few minutes. Whether youíre a sportsman, competitor, or recreational shooter, everybody wants to extend the life of their rifle and maintain the highest level of accuracy. BarrelCool, the battery-powered chamber fan tested in this article for Benchmark Reviews, was designed to cut barrel cooling time in half and promote safety. @ Benchmark Reviews

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Dec-12-2016)

Realforce RGB

Over the past few years the market for mechanical keyboards with RGB backlighting has gone crazy. The problem though is all of those RGB keyboards have had Cherry switches, knock off cherry switches, or a few custom switches designed by companies like Logitech and SteelSeries. One of my favorite mechanical switch types is Topre, but with the exception of a few knockoffs you havenít been able to get Topre keyboards with any backlighting, let alone full RGB backlighting. So when Realforce introduced their upcoming keyboard, the Realforce RGB I had to check it out. Of all of the keyboards I have my Realforce 87u is one of my favorites to type on, but the lack of backlighting or even easy to read legends in the light forced me to keep it put up. So it will be exciting to see how Realforceís new keyboard performs to see how it compares. @ LanOC Reviews

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Dec-12-2016)

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