Enermax Digifanless 550 550W...
It's been a few months since the last time we saw either an Enermax unit or a fanless unit come through here. Today, that dry spell ends on both counts as we take a look at the very promising Enermax Digifanless 550 watt unit. This is a fanless 80 Plus Platinum unit that recently turned some heads at Computex. And I have one. Let's take a look.
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Mon, May-11-2015)
EVGA Supernova GS 650W...
Our adventure through the lands of EVGA continues today with my fourth look at the Supernova GS line of units geared for the silent computing crowd. I'm especially curious about this one, as what I've seen of the insides around the net doesn't look to be a platform I'm familiar with. It's certainly not the same one used in the higher powered units we've already seen.
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Mon, May-04-2015)
Andyson N700 700W Titanium...
Not too long ago, Andyson came in here with a brand new 1200 watt 80 Plus Platinum unit that really impressed me. As if that wasn't enough, no sooner had the review gone online than Andyson was sending me emails asking if I wanted to have a look at one of their brand new Titanium units. Of course, I said yes. Folks, this is only my third Titanium level unit ever... let's see what it's made of.
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Mon, Apr-27-2015)

FSP Launches 80 Plus Gold Power Supply with Optimized Cooling: Hydro G

【Taipei, Taiwan - May 21st, 2015】FSP, an experienced power supply manufacturer, today announces the Hydro G 80 Plusģ Gold Power Supply that has been redesigned to maximize cooling efficiency with features such as a smart fan, internal component arrangement for increased airflow, enhanced heat dissipation and efficient energy conversion. This FSP power supply also features changeable logos that allow DIY enthusiasts to match the logo with the rest of the hardware.

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Thu, May-21-2015)

Zalman ZM-GM4 Knossos Gaming Mouse Review

Zalman made their reputation with high-end aluminum casesĖ who could forget the marvelously insane $1,000+ TNN-500? Ė and CPU air coolers like their ďflowerĒ-designed CNPS7000 series. They donít make insanely expensive cases any more, and air coolers are arguably irrelevant in the enthusiast market these days, but Zalmanís been branching out into gaming peripherals, and today Benchmark Reviews has their top-end Knossos ZM-GM4 Professional Laser Gaming Mouse to review. @ Benchmark Reviews

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Thu, May-21-2015)

Nvidia Titan X

Sometimes you canít explain it but you need the biggest and best. When it comes to video cards from Nvidia the GTX 980 is a beast, hell I have GTX 980ís in both my main PC and my LAN rig, but with 4 giga of ram I donít think you can really consider it to be the end all be all video card. This is where Nvidia comes in with their Titan cards. In the past they have had the original Titan as well as the Titan Z with its dual GPUs and the Titan Black. Well the latest Titan is the Titan X. Nvidia launched it this past March and we were a little slow to get one in but today I finally have one to run through our benchmark suite. Letís find out if it really is godlike like the name implies. @ Lan OC

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Thu, May-21-2015)

CM Storm Mizar Gaming Mouse

CM Storm's newest gaming mouse is put to the test. Like previous high-end models from CM Storm, the Mizar features the 8200 DPI Avago ADNS-9800 laser sensor. The Mizar's design looks to harken back to the IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0, which is a good thing. We take it for a spin to see how it compares to recent high-end gaming mice. @ TechPowerUp

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Thu, May-21-2015)

Kingston HyperX Savage 240 GB

Kingston's new HyperX Savage 240 GB is built around a Phison controller using 19 nanometer flash chips. With a price of only $120 for the 240 GB version it sits right on the magic $0.50 per GB mark. @ TechPowerUp

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Thu, May-21-2015)

Intel 750 Series PCIe SSD Review

Don't be fooled into thinking the new Intel 750 PCIe solid state drive is a brand new drive. It is not. It's essentially a tweaked version of the P3700 Enterprise card but his time for consumers. The device currently comes in two sizes: 400GB & 1.2TB. @ Vortez

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Thu, May-21-2015)

ASRock X99E-ITX/ac (Intel SKT 2011-3)

What do you do when you want a PC with a small footprint, but a powerful CPU? You buy an mITX motherboard. But what if you want EIGHTEEN CORES and THIRTY-SIX threads? You buy the ASRock X99E-ITX/ac. Doing the unexpected by bringing Intel's X99 Express to the mITX form-factor, the ASRock X99E-ITX/ac can push those 18-core Xeon chips and has an X-OC socket to push Intel's standard unlocked chips to the limit. And USB 3.1. And a CPU cooler is in the box. @ TechPowerUp

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Thu, May-21-2015)

MSI X99A Gaming 7 Motherboard Review

Overclocking the X99A Gaming 7 was extremely easy, no BIOS issues, memory was solid and no trouble setting voltages in fact, I would be hard pressed to not call this an OC board in Gamer clothing. @ Hardware Asylum

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Thu, May-21-2015)

LEXAR JumpDrive M10 & M20 Review

The JumpDrive M10 and M20 are flash-based USB 3.0 drives which offer up to 128GB/64GB of capacity. While the M20 provides the added bonus of supplying micro USB functionality for use with mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets, both JumpDrives promise to offer great value for money. @ Vortez

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Thu, May-21-2015)

Kingston HyperX FURY Pro Gaming Mouse Pad

Iím not sure if everyone else has been watching, but Kingston has been slowly expanding their product lines a little. They are obviously known for their memory and later their SSDs and flash drives. But they have also been dabbling in headsets with their HyperX brand. They started out by partnering with other manufactures but recently they have introduced their own headsets and they have been very popular from what I have seen. Well around that time they also quietly introduced a line of mouse pads. I guess they figure that a HyperX fan might be interested in keeping the HyperX trend going with a mouse pad. So today Iím going to take a quick look at the HyperX FURY Pro Gaming Mouse Pad and see what they have going on. @ Lan OC

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Thu, May-21-2015)

Patriot Ignite M2 480 GB

So a lot of people might not know it but the new M.2 SSDs are actually very versatile. You can run them as a direct PCIe drive with a x2 or x4 connection or you can even run a standard SATA drive on M.2. It wasnít long ago that I took a look at the Patriot Ignite SSD, well it just so happens Patriot send over another Ignite SSD. This time they sent over their brand new Ignite M2. The Ignite M2 is a SATA based M.2 drive. In other words with this being a SATA drive we still work under the limitations of the SATA interface but with that we keep costs down. Where this comes in handy is in builds where not having to run a 2.5 inch drive is best. So we know this is up my alley, not having to pack in a 2.5 inch drive would save a lot of trouble in some of our LANrigs! So letís see what the Ignite M2 is all about and then run it through our standard benchmark suite. @ Lan OC

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Thu, May-14-2015)

Shuttle Fanless Slim-PC DS57U

The Shuttle DS57U is a slim barebone PC that only needs RAM and a HDD or, even better, an SSD to boot. It comes with an Intel dual-core Celeron processor (Broadwell) and features lots of I/O ports, which make it suitable for a wide range of applications. @ TechPowerUp

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Thu, May-14-2015)

Be Quiet! Pure Rock CPU Cooler Review

Summer is coming (or better yet it's already here) so whether we all like it or not the time of the year when our precious systems get pushed to their limits because of increased ambient temperatures is here and as expected many of our friends have already begun looking around for new and improved CPU coolers. Of course we don't really need to point out the fact that the largest percentage of consumers are not looking to get the best CPU cooler out there but rather one that can produce better results compared to their previous one (or the stock cooler) and if possible with less noise. Be Quiet! is amongst a handful of companies that aim to design and manufacture high quality CPU coolers (and power supplies in their case) with performance and low noise levels as their primary selling points and today we're taking a look at their latest Pure Rock model. @ NikKTech

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Thu, May-14-2015)

In Win 707 Tower Case Review

Radical design elements are great when budget is not an issue but most builds focus on practical design decisions. The 707 Gaming Edition is more than a gaming case itís a full sized tower designed with the enthusiast in mind. Does it hit the mark?  @ Hardware Asylum

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Thu, May-14-2015)

SilverStone Raven RV05B-W PC Case Review

Over the years we've seen a very large number of PC Cases some big, some small, some tiny, some with just the basic features you find with low-cost models, some extra bells and whistles, some that offer weird positioning for the hardware, some casually looking and some looking like nothing else in the market. To date however not many manufacturers have managed to combine all of the above and if we had to choose some right off the top of our heads the first two would probably be Thermaltake and CoolerMaster. There are others however who take things just as seriously and in some cases even surpass the above two in terms of radical new ideas and SilverStone has brought quite a few in the market which have been embraced by many consumers over the years so naturally SilverStone did what was expected of them which was to continue using them and today we have the latest one to feature some of them the Raven RV05B-W. @ NikKTech

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Thu, May-14-2015)

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