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If you’re a gamer you’re most likely always looking for a gaming experience that gives you the highest picture quality and visual performance you can afford. A high-end video card is of paramount importance, but sometimes it's easy to forget that the audio can be just as important for your gaming experience. Because of this, it's important not to over-look the audio equipment you choose in order to round out the system. In the distant past, the gaming experiences were limited to just mono or two channels. Technology advances of today are now capable of creating sounds on a multidimensional sound stage from multiple angles. Is the CoolerMaster CM STORM SONUZ the best gaming headset at an affordable price? Click here to read the full review.
The battle for Z77 motherboards is very hot as of late. We have tested a slew of them and have seen more creative innovation than ever before. ASUS and Gigabyte tend to be the leaders when it comes to new products, but we have seen companies like MSI, Biostar and Elite Group step up their game in both aesthetics and features. Today we have a Sapphire Z77-based board on the bench, and will see how it competes with these others. Intel recently released Ivy Bridge and it seems to finally be proliferating retailer’s shelves. For those not familiar with Ivy Bridge, it is Intel’s next generation processor spawned from Sandy Bridge. Intel’s Tick Tock strategy brought new architecture with Sandy Bridge (Tock) and Ivy Bridge (Tick) brings a die shrink to 22nm with increased transistors. The new transistors called Tri-Gate 3D bring more efficiency with less voltage, but they do run much hotter than Ivy’s older brother Sandy. We have the new Sapphire Z77/K Motherboard in for testing, and it looks like it might be a great over-clocker at an affordable price. Click the link to find out more.
Introduction With the large variety of CPU cooling options in today’s market we strive to look for the best cooling options. Today we will be looking at the Spire TME III CPU Cooler. Spire may not be as mainstream as other brands but don’t let the name fool you. Spire was established in 1998, and is a premier leading Computer Thermal Solution supplier across the world. When choosing the proper cooling solution we always want to look at the performance and compare it to pricing. This review will show that Spire has made a name for itself with the performance and features this cooler has to offer. We will be looking at some installation and benchmarks with this cooler on both AMD and Intel Platforms. Let’s take a look at what this cooler has to offer.
Today we’re looking at a set of Kingston Hyper X – 8GB Kit (2x4GB) – DDR3 2800MHz CL10. Yes, you read it correctly, 2800MHz. We are stoked about getting these modules on a Z77 motherboard so let’s rush the Kingston 2800MHz sticks to the lab and see if these modules can unleash fury on the competition.
Today we review the MSI GTX 670 Power Edition. This card looks like it could be a screamer... want to find out how it did in our benchmarks and our final opinion? Click through for the full review.
ROCCAT will be presenting its revolutionary Power-Grid app for smartphones and its upcoming range of new products for the months ahead from August 15-19, 2012
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The Kingston Technology Company, casually referred to as Kingston by many PC users who are into memory modules, has for years had a reputation for putting out reliable memory modules that last, and won't break your bank account. You won't find too many people complaining about this companies' RAM sticks being a waste of money. Well the ones that know what they are talking about at least.