Archive for January 17th, 2019
Snip: We know a lot of people will grumble about how there are plenty of cases that have good features at more than half the cost. We’re not going to disagree as we’ve worked with other manufacturers that offer good products at lower prices, including Cooler Master’s own Centurion series. Then again, I do not need an Acura MDX either when a Dodge Caravan will do the job I require. Now, we can sit here and try to justify it, but Cooler Master did not really design this case for the average Joe who just wants a basic enclosure. Whoever is going to look into the Stacker 830 probably has money to burn and in this price range we think the Stacker 830 is the best choice out there. Full review @ Viper Lair
Snip: Today we take a look at the Point of View 7900 GTX, which is based on the current high end chip from NVIDIA, the G71. The GeForce 7900 Series was introduced during CeBIT this year, and has replaced the old 7800 Series line up. A major change is the increased clock speed of 650 MHz on the core and 1600 MHz on the GDDR3 memory. While the card is not exactly budget at $499 it is still cheaper than most other 7900 GTX cards from the competition. Full review @ techPowerUp!
Snip: The board is solid, well built, reasonably stable and is pretty overclockable too. The BIOS is great and is a tweaker’s heaven. We feel that it needs to mature a little to allow for more overclocking headroom. You should start to see more of this board’s potential ooze out in the bucket load as more BIOS revisions come out. Full review @ Bit-tech
Snip: Are you looking for a portable TV tuner that you can hook into any PC or Laptop via USB? Well AVerMedia has the perfect solution, the UltraTV USB 300. The Ultra TV USB 300 is a all-in-one high speed USB 2.0 TV tuner / PVR. With the PVR function you can Pause, Rewind and Instantly Playback Live TV. Sounds complicated? Well with this device it really isn’t, so let’s take a look. Full review @ ThinkComputers
Snip: The luxury Case Silverstone Temji 07 place offers for two PSUs and many Drives. Justifies it the high price? See you in the following Review on Technic3D. Full review @ Technic3D
Snip: HotHardware evaluate the features and performance of Asus? 975X Express based motherboards, the P5WDG2-WS and the P5WD2-E Premium.? These two boards may sport the same chipset, but they?re targeted at two totally different market segments.? Head on over to the site and check them out. Full review @ HotHardware
Snip:? The Elder Scrolls series has always prided itself in extremely open-ended adventures. With Bethesda behind the wheel of design all Elder Scrolls fans expected good things from their latest addition to the longtime running series, and rightfully so. Short of any MMORPG, the amount of depth found in any Elder Scrolls has been absolutely astounding compared to its counterparts in the market. Let me be the first to tell you, Oblivion doesn?t fail at hitting the mark. To say they actually reinvented the mark yet again would be a massive understatement! Full review @ BFR