Corsair is a company that likes to keep their products up to date. Not long ago, they replaced their venerable AX1500i with something even more powerful and awesome. They're at it again today with a freshened up version of their more budget friendly RM750x. Let's find out what's different.
Once upon a time, Lepa, sister company to Enermax, sent us a 1kW 80 Plus Bronze unit built by Yuelin that turned into an unmitigated disaster performance wise. Today, we'll be looking at a new budget minded unit from Enermax, the RevoBron 700W. We're going to see if this unit deals with the multitude of issues the old Lepa unit had. Either this is going to be a fun review for all the wrong reasons or all the right reasons. Let's delay no longer and see what this little guy is all about.
It's time to have a look at another Cougar unit. This is a company we don't hear from too much, but they are keen to keep us aware that they do in fact offer power supply alternatives to the bigger names out there. Today, we'll be looking at the new GX-F series at 750 watts. We'll find out if it's worthy of our hard earned dollars.
Gold-Rated 500W/600W Power Supplies for SFF Gaming Computers
March, 2017 – Taipei, Taiwan – FSP, the performance power
specialist, is eager to announce its Dagger Series SFX power
supplies. Available in 500W and 600W models, these PSUs offer PC
builders high-wattage, high-performance options for small form factor
Thermaltake decided to
jump on the RGB wagon by taking their very successful Water 3.0 Ultimate
AIO liquid CPU cooler and replacing its regular high-speed fans with
their ultra-low noise Riing RGB ones. The result may not produce the
exact same cooling efficiency numbers but it looks great and is almost
whisper quiet even at load. @ NikKTech
The Swiftech MCP655 is perhaps the most
well-known retail option of the Laing D5 pump and is Swiftech's attempt
at bringing to market a pump that is proven to be reliable, quiet, and
high performing. The additional touches provided by Swiftech include a
vibration dampening mounting kit and an acrylic top promising good
performance and aesthetics alike. @ techPowerUp!
One interesting detail on the Core P3 is the fact it comes unassembled, so you can assemble it the way you want.
Another characteristic is that there is room at the front can be used for watercooler radiators up to 420 mm, but it may also be used by storage units (hard disk drives and SSDs), fitting up to three 2.5 inches and two 3.5 inches units. So, the total number of bays will depend on the use of a radiator and its size. @ Hardware Secrets
The Cougar Panzer Max is a full-tower
representation of the Panzer chassis. It is larger, bulkier, has more
space, and looks a lot more menacing to boot. It really does resemble a
tank, which is what "Panzer'' means in German. So in this review, we
take the Panzer Max for a joy ride, fill it with some ammunition, and
see if it is a straight shooter. @ techPowerUp!
For example, when gaming peripheral manufacturers got together to think
of ways to get people to spend $100 rather than $30 on their next
keyboard, they came up with the mechanical keyboard. To try to get
people to spend $150 rather than $100 on their next mechanical keyboard,
someone started to put in RGB backlights. These are strategies that
worked in the past. But are there more ways to tread into waters that
other people have not trod? AZIO thinks so. @ APH Networks
How many times have you sat there and thought about getting a 3D
Scanner? If you are in to 3D printing then it’s probably a lot. If you
go online and look for a 3D scanner you will find a lot of them with
extremely high price tags. From $120 - $32,000. Seems a bit crazy on the
high end but you are paying for the resolution. The idea behind a 3D
scanner is that you use a laser that bounces back to a camera to tell it
the contours of the model. Well what does a Kinect do? It scans a body
for motion tracking using lasers and a camera. BINGO, there is a 3D
scanner waiting to be used. @ TechwareLabs
it comes to SSDs most people these days are starting to focus on NVMe
drives or at least M.2 drives. There is still interest and need for SATA
drives as well though. A lot of the SATA drives have been focused on
cheaper TLC based NAND but there is still a need for MLC NAND and that’s
where the OCZ VX500 that was introduced last fall has been hanging out.
It’s designed as a replacement for the OCZ Vector 180. They have
dropped the Barefoot 3 controller and moved to a Toshiba based TC358790.
That combined with the MLC NAND has me excited to finally take a look
at the VX500 and see how it performs and where it fits in today’s
marketplace. @ LanOC Reviews
Designed and manufactured
with gamers and demanding users in mind the brand new Cube Mini-ITX PC
Case by Antec is not only certified by our friends over at EKWB but it
also looks great and competes with much larger models in terms of
interior space. @ NikKTech
offer from the MSI GS43VR is a powerful specification which revolves
around Intel’s Core i7-7700HQ, 16GB DDR4 and then 1080p champion by way
of the renowned 6GB GTX 1060. These key components supply a strong
platform which is further strengthened by the robust Samsung SM951 SSD. @ Vortez
Today, a new reader review has been published. Berserkus is testing the AeroCool Project7 P7-C1 Tempered Glass Edition mid-tower case in his first reader review on OCinside.de. The tempered-glass side panel looks very good and we should not be afraid about scratches when cleaning, which unfortunately happens with plexiglass. @ Redaktion OCInside
FREMONT, CA – March 23rd 2017 - CORSAIR®,
a world leader in enthusiast memory, high-performance gaming hardware
and PC components, today proudly announced its first fully built gaming
PC, the CORSAIR ONE. Designed to deliver premium PC performance in an
incredibly small package, CORSAIR ONE brings together decades of CORSAIR
memory, cooling, power supply, and chassis engineering with the latest
in cutting edge PC hardware to create a PC unlike anything else
The recently launched Rosewill EX-500 and
EX-700 aim to take on the usual brands that dominate the price range by
offering high-quality craftsmanship coupled with a nice accessories pack
and - of course - better sound. We listen closely to see whether they
can hold up on these promises. @ techPowerUp!
03 March 2017, Taipei, Taiwan - In early 2003 the ATX Mainboard 20-Pin connector was upgraded to the current ATX 24-Pin connector. Although rumors for another change have since been around, the 24–Pin standard continues and there is still no significant change in sight.
are some other keyboards that have adopted the snow-white LEDs
previously but the MasterKeys Pro S White, like its siblings, features
the extra-large, ultra-bright LEDs that will set it apart. The
MasterKeys Pro S White still features some party pieces, including
various lighting effect modes and per-key customisation, and like its
bigger brothers the M and L. @ Vortez