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Archive for November 17th, 2018

Feenix Unveils the Aria, a Studio Grade Headphone & Mic for Gamers

Introduction On February 20, 2014 In LOS ANGELES,  Feenix, the peripheral firm for luxury gaming instruments, debuted the Aria. The Aria is a headset that introduces gamers to audiophile level sound quality. Gamers can now experience their favorite titles the way sound engineers intended .The headset’s acoustic chamber is constructed entirely of Japanese pine (wood) for a warm, rich sound, and the 100% memory foam and protein leather ear cushions completely surround the ear for comfort and breathability during prolonged use. The Aria headset is currently available for pre-order at FeenixCollection.com for $349. Features Headphone & Mic: Studio quality 50mm Neodymium magnet drivers Feenix Engineering and Workmanship, hand checks and assembly Japanese Pine for excellent acoustic environment 100% Memory foam and protein leather earcushions Independent clip microphone with excellent uni-directional recording Specifications Driver unit: 50mm Impedance: 64 ohm Sensitivity: 101dB Frequency Response: 10Hz~26KHz Weight: 370g About Feenix Feenix s an independently owned company that creates the finest gaming peripherals available today. Feenix’s team of designers enjoys complete creative freedom when engineering the highest quality gaming instruments. With build quality being a top priority, each product is meticulously assembled and hand checked before being shipped to its owner. Feenix’s passion for gaming fuels its pursuit for product perfection. Please visit www....



Gigabyte GTX 780 GHz Edition Review

Today we're looking at a premium gaming card from Gigabyte in the form of the GTX 780 GHz Edition. As you can probably guess, its approach comes in the form of aggressive overclocking, by juicing up the core past 1GHz, one of the fastest on the market. Gigabyte doesn't normally just overclock their products, and indeed this model sports a stunning cooler that we've seen before: the Windforce. We've been impressed in the past with Gigabyte Windforce graphics cards, and we suspect this new one will be no different. It's constructed in metal rather than cheap plastic, comes with three fans, heatpipes, and a boatload of cooling potential in a stylish gaming package. Factor in a very aggressive overclock on this card, and we are eager to see just how fast this thing can go. Let's take a closer look.





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