Posts Tagged ‘Review’
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Review: Samsung Portable SSD T3 1TB

Now with 48-layer 3D V-NAND, Up to 2TB Capacity When I reviewed Samsung’s Portable SSD T1 last year, I was very impressed with what it had to offer. Of all the external SSDs on the market, the PSSD T1 proved to be the ...



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Review: Phanteks Enthoo EVOLV ATX Tempered Glass Edition

EVOLV, Evolved Ever since Phanteks first appeared on the market with their massive PH-TC14PE CPU cooler, Phanteks has always been a company known for making some of the most innovative products in both the PC case and cooling m...



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Review: EVGA X99 FTW LGA 2011-3 Motherboard

Almost… for the win EVGA is a company known for selling top-notch enthusiast hardware such as graphics cards, power supplies, and motherboards. The subject of this review is centered around one of its top motherboard br...



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Review: XFX Radeon R9 390 8GB – Bringing Reference Style Back

… Blast from the past In 2013, the largest iPhone you could buy was  just 4 inches, the average price for a gallon of gas was $3.50, and VR gaming was a thing of the future. Kind of hard to believe how much has changed i...



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Review: Cooler Master Quick Fire XTi Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Red + Blue Mechanical keyboards have long established themselves as the go-to choice for gamers looking for ultimate reliability and performance. Cooler Master, a veteran in the gaming peripherals market, has been in the mechan...



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Review: MSI GS40 6QE Phantom 14″ Gaming Laptop

MSI’s New 14″ Portable Gaming Powerhouse With the introduction of more power efficient CPUs and GPUs along with the introduction of more flexible storage form factors such as M.2, the once massive gaming laptop is...



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Review: PowerColor PCS+ Radeon R9 380X Myst 4GB – Sweet Spot for 1440p Gaming?

The sweet spot for 1440p gaming? In November of last year, AMD finally released the long-awaited Radeon R9 380X, which is the first consumer graphics card the company has released to feature a full-fledged Antigua (Tonga) XT g...



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Review: Creative Sound Blaster ROAR 2 Wireless Speaker

20% Smaller, 100% Power Several years ago, I reviewed the Creative Sound Blaster ROAR which I awarded with the CPCR Gold Awesome Award. It was an excellent prdouct that was portable, had great battery life, had fantastic soun...



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Review: Creative Sound BlasterX H5 Gaming Headset

X Marks The Spot I had to do a double take when I first saw the Creative Sound BlasterX H5. The red “X” marked on the side of the ear cups looked eerily similar to another headset I’d previously reviewed. Movi...



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Review: Steelseries Stratus XL for Windows and Android

Does Bigger Mean Better? As hardware becomes more power efficient and compact, Steam Machines and other small form factor systems are slowly beginning to invade the living room. As a result, PC gamers have found themselves sp...