Today we'll be comparing Intel's newly released "Beast Canyon" Extreme NUC, which uses a TigerLake i9-11900kb, to it's predecessor "Ghost Canyon" which uses the i9-9980hk. Each features an 8c CPU with a 65w long term TDP and are officially "unlocked", allowing for overclocking.
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 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.
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.
This week, I got the opportunity to work with our friends at ASRock on a sponsored gaming build featuring some...
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 a new keyboard from Shurikey, which is a name most of y’all are probably not...
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?
Edited 8/24/21 : Minor grammatical fixes Unit Specifications: Keychron Q1 QMK, a 82-key TKL (75%) Layout Dual Compatibility – designed...
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.
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