PureOC upcoming reviews in pretty pixels – October
Stay tuned for our evaluations of Thermaltake’s Armor+ ESA, where we install a complete system compatible with Nvidia’s Enthusiast System Architecture.
Lian Li have provided us with their PC-17010 chassis, which strives to keep all those nasty little components cool.
Thermaltake’s Spedo already has the looks, but does its cooling efficiency and ease of use meet the standards which we’ve come to expect from Thermaltake?
OCZ’s 1333Mhz DDR3 Reapers have already presented us with some outstanding performance, so now all that’s left to do is share this with the world.
In November last year, our very own Stan Miranda and Jake Mete were the first to receive a pre-production model of CoolIT’s Freezone Elite CPU cooler for NordicHardware. It may have encountered a welcoming reception back then, but can it remain victorious in today’s changing market?
The second X48 board to hit the labs is none other than the Asus Rampage Extreme. If looks are anything to go by, its performance and practicality will deliver… right?
The NZXT Guardian 921 is widely regarded as being too concealed for the Crafted Series. Will it leave a lasting impression, or leave us wanting more?
We’ve already taken a look at what a single RV770 core can achieve, but are two enough to counter Nvidia’s GTX 280? The HD 4870 X2 is standing by.
Silverstone’s Raven has a hard act to follow – the Razer DeathAdder – although the rodent’s uniqueness will hopefully get it across the line safely.
Finally (well, for the near distant future at least) XigmaTek have been kind enough to provide their HDT-SD964 CPU cooler, as well as the Red Scorpion S1283.
Soon thereafter we’ll continue with reviews of NZXT’s Whisper full tower case, Tagan’s Black Pearl and BZ-700 power supply, as well as an NZXT laptop cooler.
Until then, you can pass the time by checking out our recent Palit HD 4850 Sonic review, which is fresh off the press.