Archive for October, 2019
Nexus announced the newest addition its case lineup, the EDGE, a full-ATX tower with a fine brushed-metal finish and noise dampening foam on the interior.
Patriot Memory announced the release of their Torqx M28 Series with capacities in 128GB and 256GB, backed by a new industry leading 10 year warranty for all Torqx SSD products.
ASUS announced the Xtreme Design series motherboards featuring ground-breaking design innovations and offering the best in performance and reliability.
AMD today announced the immediate availability of three new members of the Six-Core AMD Opteron processor family.
Spire, global supplier of quality and affordable PC components is introducing their new professional power supply series, the BlackMoon.
To start off your week, we just published our latest review, but what's happening on the rest of the web? Today's Sampler touches upon Graphics Cards, Motherboards, Cooling and Cases, and Consumer Electronics.
A gorgeous notebook cooler, but can its performance match?
As the weekend approaches, we take a look at what's happening from around the tech world, guaranteed to satisfy your appetite.
In a competitive SSD market, can the Vertex rise to the top?
We just published our latest review, but what's happening in the rest of the tech world? Our Daily Sampler looks at Graphics Cards, Motherboards and Chipsets, Cooling and Cases, and Consumer Electronics
Great performance and price to complement the sleek cooler on this graphics card.
OCZ today released the latest addition to their premium Vertex solid state drive series, the Vertex Turbo Edition, which offers improved read/write speeds.
Razer announced the release of the Razer Moray+, an in-ear noise isolating earphone equipped with an inline omnidirectional microphone.
We just published our latest review, but what's happening on the rest of the web? Today's Sampler touches upon Graphics Cards, Motherboards, Cooling and Cases, and Consumer Electronics.
Google dropped a bombshell today in announcing a Chrome OS for PCs, tentatively set for early 2010 to take on Windows.