The need for fast data transfers has been rapidly increasing. Gigabit network switches are now the norm in homes and...
Today we're looking at CoolerMaster's ML240 Illusion which currently retails for $115 USD at Amazon, NewEgg, and most other retailers. Unlike many other liquid coolers on the market (including others from CoolerMaster), this cooler does not use an Asetek design - it was designed entirely by Cooler Master.
DeepCool's AK620 is the best cooler on the market. I didn't expect the AK620 to be this good. It matches and/or slightly outperforms the former king of air cooling - Noctua's NH-D15 - while being 30% less expensive.
Today we'll be looking at ID-COOLING's SE-224-XT Basic, an entry level cooler which is rated for 180w, but can it really handle that much heat?
Its been quite a while since we've had a graphics card on the test bench, and for good reason too. 2021 has been one hell of a ride for the graphics card market with supply low, and prices and demand at an all time high.
Fast, Ultrawide, and Cheap are three words I've never used to describe a 21:9 monitor before - but in this case, the description is accurate. Viotek's GNV30CBXA provides a great value in a highly niche market, and is substantially improved versus it's predecessor with faster refresh rates, better response times, and a vastly better stand.
Today we're looking at DeepCool's GAMMAXX 400 V2, an entry level cooler which runs for $24.99 USD - making it the 2nd cheapest cooler we have tested. When DeepCool had originally offered to send this for testing, I wasn't interested - I didn't think it could handle my CPU. I was pleasantly surprised to find that I was wrong.
Today we're looking at the EDG27x, Nixeus's latest high refresh rate 1440p gaming monitor, which has been redesigned with a 165hz Fast IPS KSF panel and works with both Xbox Series X (including VRR) and PlayStation 5 consoles at 120hz.
Today we’ll be looking at a new keyboard from Shurikey, which is a name most of y’all are probably not...
Edited 8/24/21 : Minor grammatical fixes Unit Specifications: Keychron Q1 QMK, a 82-key TKL (75%) Layout Dual Compatibility – designed...
I recently reviewed BeQuiet's SHADOW ROCK SLIM 2 budget CPU cooler, and found it to be a strong contender, especially when paired with a second fan. BeQuiet also sent a case for me to test the cooler with, the Silent Base 802 Window. Unlike the SHADOW ROCK SLIM 2 - this is not a budget case, with a MSRP of $169.99
While be quiet's SHADOW ROCK SLIM 2 is only rated for 160w, we found it to be capable of handling higher loads comfortably. Read more to find out the results!