Thermaltake DPS-G RGB Titanium 850W...
We're back in the lab with Thermaltake today, looking at another one of their SPM software enabled power supplies: the DPS-G RGB Titanium 850 watt unit. Featuring the same 256 color fan that other high end Thermaltake units are now coming with, this unit promises to bring the performance in a pretty package with a high degree of software monitoring and control functionality to boot. Let's have a look.
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Gigabyte XP1200M 1200W...
Here's a name we haven't seen too often here at the site - Gigabyte. Known more for video cards and motherboards, this is a company that has dabbled in the power supply market before. Though they've stayed on the fringes of this part of the computing world, they're back with a new high end 1200 watt unit of the 80 Plus Platinum variety.
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Mon, Nov-21-2016)
Thermaltake DPS-G RGB Gold 850W...
Not too long ago, Thermaltake wheeled a massive power supply through my doors as part of their flagship line of units, the DPS-G RGB Titanium line. And it was pretty sweet with a tricked out color changing LED fan. Well, Thermaltake figures that perhaps you might want that same fancy LED fan on something not quite as expensive, so they've added it to their 80 Plus Gold line of DPS-G models. That's what I'm looking at today in the DPS-G RGB 850W Gold unit. Of course, this model has full compatibility with Thermaltake's DPS app, too, so there are a lot of features packed in here. Shall we see how this unit does?
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Corsair Special Edition RM1000i PSU Giveaway!

Corsair has teamed up with JonnyGURU.com to giveaway a Corsair RM1000i Special Edition 1000W power supply in celebration of their 10 years in the PSU industry and having sold more than 10 MILLION PSUs. As you can see by the images below, the Special Edition RM1000i is white and includes Corsair's Type-4 sleeved cables. Each unit is individually numbered. Although our contest is limited to the US only, Corsair is hosting multiple giveaways through various sites in the other regions.

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Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Wed, Nov-30-2016)

CORSAIR Celebrates Ten Years of PSUs and Ten Million PSUs Sold!

FREMONT, CA – November 30th 2016 - CORSAIR®, a world leader in enthusiast memory, high-performance gaming hardware and PC components, today reached two new milestones, celebrating ten years since first entering the PSU market and the sale of the ten millionth CORSAIR PSU.

Over the past decade, CORSAIR has revolutionized the enthusiast PSU industry with an unrelenting commitment to product quality and innovation that has seen the PSU evolve from an after-thought into the high-quality heart of a modern PC. CORSAIR has championed a range of key features to push PC power supplies to new levels of performance, functionality and customization. Modular PSUs have made building PCs easier, Zero RPM fan mode allows the PSU’s fan to switch off entirely under low loads and with digitally controlled power and CORSAIR LINK PSU monitoring, users can find out exactly how their PSU is performing in an instant.

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Wed, Nov-30-2016)

Fierce PC BlackFire Apex Review

Under our watchful eye today is the Blackfire Apex which is a low-to-mid range computer system based around Skylake architecture. So, at the heart of Apex is the Intel Core i5-6500, along with 16GB DDR4 and the AMD RX 470. @ Vortez

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Wed, Nov-30-2016)

Win a 64GB Kingston DataTraveler microDuo 3.0 and a DataTraveler Locker+ G3 at Bigbruin.com

Are you ready for some football? Up for grabs in week thirteen of Bigbruin.com's Pro Football Pick 'Em is a brand new 64GB Kingston DataTraveler microDuo 3.0 flash drive and a 64GB Kingston DataTraveler Locker+ G3 flash drive! @ Bigbruin

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Wed, Nov-30-2016)

Dream Machines DM1 PRO S Optical Gaming Mouse Review

Immediately when i started using the DM1 PRO S1 it reminded me of the Sensei MLG by SteelSeries and the FK1 by Zowie and that's not a bad thing. It's a bit larger compared to my favorite FK1 gaming mouse by Zowie but that didn't really matter much since thanks to the PixArt PMW3360 IR LED sensor it offered very good accuracy and speed (glide was also very good) although i doubt most people will be able to use it at 12000DPI (4800DPI will probably be the ideal setting for most). @ NikKTech

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Wed, Nov-30-2016)

Crucial Ballistix Tactical 3000 MHz DDR4 (4x 8 GB)

Crucial released a speed bump to their DDR4 products! Today, we get get to look at their update to the Ballistix Tracer line-up with a maximum speed of 3000 MHz and amazingly decent timings of 15-16-16-35 operating at a voltage of 1.35 V. You may have thought of Crucial as a company that only offers entry-level to mid-grade DDR4 products, but cannot do so any longer! @ TechPowerUp

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Nov-28-2016)

Razer Ornata Chroma Review

Razer introduce a new patent pending technology with the Ornata (£/$79.99) and the Ornata Chroma keyboards. Dubbed the mecha-membrane, it is a ground up designed technology from Razer that intentionally merges the best aspects of both technologies. The result is said to give the soft touch, with a crisp, tactile actuation and feedback. So it would be fair to consider this as a completely new kind of switch technology. @ Vortez

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Nov-28-2016)

Cooler Master MasterPulse Pro Gaming Headset Review

The Cooler Master MasterPulse Pro is a very well built headphone with some cool new features, but falls short against the competition in almost every way. @ APH Networks

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Nov-28-2016)

Cooler Master MasterMouse PRO L Review

Lefties rejoice, the MasterMouse PRO L is ambidextrous and not the pretend kind that features just two side buttons. It has a total of 8 programmable buttons and features the Storm Tactix Function (Labelled TX) which means you have a second layer of programmable buttons once activated to increase the total to 14 programmable buttons. It has on-board 512kb memory, and a 32bit ARM processor. The MasterMouse PRO L also features 16.7m customisable lighting with some advanced effects that is supported by the flashy new software from Cooler Master. @ Vortez

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Nov-28-2016)

SteelSeries Rival 500 Optical Mouse Review

The SteelSeries Rival 500 shows it is possible for hardcore MOBA/MMO players to find a good mouse with a lot of buttons on the side that does not look like it has a phone dial pad stuck to it. @ APH Networks

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Nov-28-2016)

MSI GeForce GTX 1070 Quick Silver OC 8 GB

MSI's GTX 1070 Quick Silver does away with the red-and-black color theme and uses stylish silver instead. Thanks to the powerful cooler from the GTX 1070 Gaming Z, the card is the coolest and quietest GTX 1070 we ever tested. It also comes at a rather affordable $425. @ TechPowerUp

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Nov-28-2016)

Corsair Carbide Series 270R Review

Under our observation today is the new Carbide Series 270R, a budget friendly mid-tower which packs in a flexible feature-set to include accommodate for high-performance coolers, graphics cards and even radiators. Are you looking for a basic case which doesn’t break the bank but offers the essentials? This could be the right case for you! @ Vortez

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Nov-28-2016)

Dream Machines DM 1 PRO S

A few months ago, we reviewed the Dream Machines DM1 PRO, and Dream Machines is now back with the DM1 PRO S. This version has an updated sensor, has been slimmed down to be even lighter, and has a rather nice glossy finish. Improvements, which could be a game changer. @ TechPowerUp

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Nov-28-2016)

MSI Aegis Ti GAMING PC (Dual-GPU)

MSI sent us their latest fully featured PC, the Aegis Ti, to take a look at. This PC departs from the "traditional box" design in a big way and is ready to support not just one but two GTX 1080s! It's VR ready, including an HDMI port in front and dual M.2 drives, which can be configured in RAID, making it ready for whatever you want to throw at it. @ TechPowerUp

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Nov-28-2016)

HBT+ Gravity 6 Enthusiast Computer Case Review

There are a LOT of computer cases on the market.  Some are made from steel, some from aluminum.  Several are tall and a growing number have defied logic at how small they can be.  Despite their differences they all serve a common purpose with a designed intent.  Trends in the enthusiast world have shaped the direction of the computer case from their humble roots in vast expandability to modern designs that lack external drive bays and feature exotic materials.

In this review I’ll be looking at the HBT+ (HonBonTech) Gravity 6 enthusiast computer case. This is mid-tower case that has been described as an Enthusiast Playground for its attention to detail, expansive watercoolling support and modern design. @ Hardware Asylum

Permalink (Author: Tazz - On Mon, Nov-28-2016)

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