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February 18, 2017

ASUS Crosshair VI Hero AM4 Motherboard Unboxed Before Launch

As expected, more leaks are springing as AMD gets closer to the Ryzen CPU launch.

Recently, Sean from YouTube channel KWASTEK got his hands on an early sample of the new ASUS Crosshair VI Hero AM4 motherboard designed for the upcoming Ryzen CPU and has released the first unboxing and first look of the board.

The Crosshair VI Hero is expected to be ASUS’s most premium motherboard for the AMD X370 platform and has been a long time coming. Aesthetically, it’s a very beautiful motherboard. Featuring a fully blacked out PCB, the board also includes some beautiful new heatsinks with a new interlacing stripe design along with the massive cover bearing the [...]

 
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September 30, 2016

Sony Unboxes PlayStation VR Core Edition

In preparation for its launch, Sony has recently released an official unboxing video of the PlayStation VR Core Bundle.

Included in the bundle is the PlayStation VR headset, processing unit, headphones, all the necessary cabling and a demo disk. The PlayStation VR demo disk will feature 18 demos including Here They Lie and Battlezone.

Unfortunately the core bundle will not include the required PlayStation camera which must be purchased separately or through the PlayStation VR Launch Bundle. Speaking of things not included, the PlayStation Move controllers will not be included in the Core Bundle as well and must be purchased separately or with the Launch [...]

 
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July 8, 2017

Review: Creative Sound Blaster ZxR Sound Card

Creative’s Z-Series Flagship

Back in 2011, Creative unveiled the Recon 3D series of soundcards based off their (at the time) new Sound Core 3D chipset, which were decent soundcards for gaming and general audio, but didn’t include any real audio processing hardware (DACs, ADCs, etc.) other than the Sound Core 3D chipset itself. While the Sound Core 3D chipset is definitely impressive especially with its audio processing ability and lower power consumption, the problem with this is that with proper headphones and speakers, the sound quality on the Recon 3D series soundcards couldn’t match older Sound Blaster X-Fi soundcards such as the Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium, [...]

 
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September 2, 2012

ARCTIC Accelero Hybrid GPU Water Cooler Review

Water Cool Your GPU

A couple years ago Corsair came to CPU cooling market with the Corsair Hydro H50 all in one CPU water cooler, which provided computer enthusiasts with a way to easily install a water cooling system without the knowledge, hazards, difficulties, and costs of building a fully custom water cooling setup. Because of its ease of use and its relatively good performance, several years later Corsair along with a multitude of companies introduced a variety of these all-in-one water coolers. Now, the market for these products seem to be expanding at an exponential rate.

While the CPU cooling market is currently saturated with companies trying to get into the closed [...]

 
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August 27, 2013

Razer Tiamat 2.2 Gaming Headset Review

Untz, Untz, Untz, Untz…

When Razer first announced the Tiamat 7.1 all the way back in August of 2011, I was super excited for it as it was the first 7.1 gaming headset to be put into mass production. However, while I was looking through the press release, I found another announcement hidden deep within the Tiamat 7.1 announcement which also detailed the release of the Tiamat 2.2, which is a headset similar to the Tiamat 7.1, but instead of having 10 drivers, it only had 4 – two of which are used as the speaker drivers and two of which are used as subwoofer drivers.

While having true 7.1 capability in a headset like the Tiamat 7.1 is great for positional audio, [...]

 
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July 28, 2012

Cooler Master TPC 812 CPU Cooler Review

Cooler Master’s Vertical Vapor Chamber

20 years ago back in 1992, Cooler Master started out as an OEM CPU cooler manufacturer after realizing a strong demand for CPU cooling with the emergence of the PC market. For years that’s all they did; however, with the continued success of their innovative cooling designs, they began expanding into the world of computer cases and, as of late, have even gone into the gaming peripherals and mobile accessories markets as well. Today, we’ll be taking a look at one of Cooler Master’s newest and most innovative CPU cooler designs, the Cooler Master TPC 812.

Coming from a long history of innovative Cooler Master CPU [...]

 
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August 12, 2012

Raidmax Agusta Case Review

Designed by Earth Federation Forces

Most computer cases these days follow a fairly standard formula. They are often rectangular in shape with the interior housing the the power supply mount at the bottom, the motherboard tray in the center, and the tower of drive bays to the right side. Some cases deviates from this style a little, but they’re often subtle changes in appearance.

Since there’s little deviation from this tried and true layout, when Raidmax announced the Agusta a couple months back, I was really interested in seeing what they had to offer. Unlike many cases on the market, the Agusta has two unorthodox design features that make it quite the [...]

 
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July 9, 2012

NZXT HUE Review: One Size Fits All RGB LED Case Lighting

One Size Fits All RGB LED Case Lighting

Since 2004, NZXT has been bringing all kinds of unique and innovative case accessories, cases, and CPU coolers to the enthusiast/gamer markets. One such case accessory of course is case lighting, which is probably one of the easiest ways to give your windowed case a brand new look.

This is why today, we’re going to be taking a look at NZXT’s latest case lighting kit, the NZXT HUE. The HUE, unlike most LED lighting kits on the market, is a fully customizable RGB (Red Green Blue) LED light strip. Because the HUE uses LEDs to produce lighting, it allows the HUE run cool and be very power efficient while still being able to pump [...]

 
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July 7, 2012

Cooler Master X6 Elite CPU Cooler Review

Cooler Master X6 Elite

For nearly 20 years Cooler Master has been making some of the most well known computer performance peripherals and accessories on the market. It seems that lately they’ve put a lot of focus into their peripherals department, but today we’re going to be looking at one of their latest CPU coolers, the X6 Elite.

The X6 Elite features six 6mm heatpipes, a 120mm fan with the ability to add another fan later in a push/pull configuration if you desire to, and a unique angled stance which we will talk a little more about later on. Cooler Master has priced the X6 Elite at just $42.99, and has included a two year warranty should anything [...]

 
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July 3, 2012

Spire TherMax Eclipse III CPU Cooler Review

Never heard of Spire? It may be time to…

Back in 1998, Spire started out as an OEM PC hardware manufacturer, but recently, they’ve been starting to work their way into the enthusiast grade computer accessories market. Their lineup currently includes power supplies, chassis, and of course, cooling solutions – most of which you probably never heard of before. That’s why today, we’re going to be looking into their TherMax Eclipse III, or TME III for short. The TherMax Eclipse series has proven to be a reliable cooling solution in the past, but with only a single fan it was definitely fighting an uphill battle against coolers [...]

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