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Captain 240 EX RGB WHITE August 2017 – Deepcool Deepcool is a company that was built with the vision of providing the finest PC DIY solution for worldwide customers by constantly seeking innovative breakthroughs. Building on the successful achievements in its previous Aio liquid coolers, today Deepcool launches a new white version in the Captain EX RGB lineup, featuring synchronized RGB lighting system – Captain 240 EX RGB WHITE Overview Captain 240 EX RGB WHITE retains all the key features of the Captain EX RGB Series, which integrates the latest RGB variable lighting system which incorporates waterblock and LED strip for a more excellent visual experience. Moreover, elegant white version offering an awesome sensation not only to your CPU cooling but also your aesthetic demands. Fabulous Synchronized RGB Lighting System With the RGB waterblock and an attached RGB LED strip, the aesthetics of your whole rig can be easily enhanced in a flash. All you need to do is customize the LED lighting to match your system with the included wired controller. Software Control If you have motherboard supporting RGB lighting, then software control is accessible for you by simply plugging the RGB connector included into the RGB Header on your motherboard. Effects After Being Installed Available in September, 2017 MSRP: Captain 240EX RGB WHITE– 129.99 USD Follow us @DEEPCOOL on Facebook.
White Hot Looks, White Hot Performance – CORSAIR Launches VENGEANCE RGB White DDR4 FREMONT, CA September 26th, 2017 — CORSAIR®, a world leader in PC components, high-performance gaming hardware and enthusiast memory, today announced a new addition to its line-up of performance RGB-lit DDR4 memory, VENGEANCE RGB White. Clad in a sleek new white heat spreader, VENGEANCE RGB White’s RGB LED-lit lightbar appears brighter than ever, bringing a vivid burst of customizable color and a distinctive new look. Available in a wide range of speeds and capacities to suit any system and compatible with all current Intel and AMD DDR4 motherboard platforms, VENGEANCE RGB White brings an instant performance and visual upgrade to any PC. With a legacy of memory performance stretching back more than 20 years, CORSAIR continues to give PC enthusiasts the room to push their systems to the limit, and VENGEANCE RGB White is no exception. The new white headspreader works to actively cool each memory module, maintaining performance and stability even at the highest frequencies. A custom performance PCB and specially designed lighting circuitry ensure there’s zero performance impact when comparing VENGEANCE RGB White to similarly clocked DDR4 kits, while XMP 2.0 support on every kit makes sure running your memory at its rated speed is just a single setting away. Connecting to your PC via standard DDR4 DIMM slots, VENGEANCE RGB doesn’t require any additional cables or connectors to provid...
Things have been getting a thorough rustling in the case market in recent history. Every form factor from ITX on up to XL-ATX, has been getting some new life breathed into their respective segments with cases replete with features and styling that no one thought possible. NZXT, not being one to rest on their laurels for very long, have introduced a little something new to the ATX mid tower segment. It's something they like to call the Phantom 240. Boasting some pretty impressive specs for an ATX mid tower, yet not requiring you to take out a second mortgage on your house to buy it, this case stands to provide system builders on a budget with a truly impressive space for your hardware to be admired in. On top of this, it still offers the niceties that modern system builders come to expect. We've said it before, and it bears repeating: just because you're "ballin' on a budget," that doesn't have to mean that your system looks mediocre in the process. The question is... can this case provide its intended audience with enough features that make them feel like they aren't really missing too much? History tells us "yes," but like any good review site, we will turn our fair yet analytic eye toward the details for you to make sure that this product doesn't trim too much fat away for the sake of cost and form factor.
Kingston Technologies have been in the memory business over two decades and are known for their reliable and fast memory. Today we are going to be looking at Kingston's new HyperX line called "Fury". This new Fury line from Kingston will position itself against its current mainstream HyperX Genesis and high-end HyperX Predator lines. The HyperX Fury pretty much lines up with its competitor from Corsair the Vengeance line. This will give consumers more options and widens that market share. The Fury line was not designed to be the best of the best, but is meant to meet that middle line between your beginning users and the higher-end clients. We have speeds ranging from 1333MHz to 1866Mhz which will be available in 8GB single sticks or 8GB to 16GB kits. Let's put the Kingston HyperX Furry DDR3 1866MHz kit we got for review to the test and see how well it performs.
Gaming headsets are one of the most popular peripherals today for most gamers. Whether you are a PC or console gamer you probably at one point had some kind of headset that you used and abused. Today we find that many manufacturers are developing a vast array of headsets for both gaming consoles like the PS3/PS4 and Xbox, and for PC users as well. However, It's not often you find a headset that can be used for both. While some do exist, your options are much more limited. So this brings us to today. We are going to be looking at a gaming headset that might bring the best of both worlds. We have in our hands today the Cooler Master CM Storm Ceres 500 Headset. The sleek look of the white and black aesthetics really makes a statement. The first overall impression of the Ceres 500 is very strong. Of course, at a glance feel and touch isn't enough for most of us. With the number of hours we spend in front of the TV or PC, we need to know it performs well, is comfortable, and has great durability for long heavy use. Let's dive in and see if the Cooler Master CM Storm Ceres 500 Headset ticks off all the boxes.
Introduction If there’s one thing that can definitively be said of Enermax, they are very good at offering a compelling product for a very reasonable price. From their diverse portfolio of fans to their CPU coolers, cases and power supplies, Enermax ultimately winds up being a brand that goes on most people’s list of “considerations for my next build/upgrade.” In the current market this matters more than ever, as most are trying to pinch every penny they can but also want to retain as much quality and as many features as possible. Enermax has spotted an otherwise rather dull segment of ATX-mid cases and seeks to inject some more “oomph” with their new lineup of affordable cases called the iVektor series. Arriving in either white, red, or black we will be exploring whether or not this lineup continues the trend set by it’s predecessors of offering a lot for a little. Let’s delve a bit deeper as we explore an Enermax iVektor in white. About Enermax, via their Global page: Enermax Technology Corporation is a world-renowned PC Power Supply Unit manufacturer. Since our establishment in 1990, we provide power supply products and peripherals like chassis, cooler, fan and keyboard with excellent quality and have won recognitions of consumers around the world. ENERMAX products are recommended by worldwide reviewers, and certain were granted by iF, Red Dot, Good Design and Taiwan Excellence Awards. Those are pro...
Have you ever been using your tablet or iPad in a coffee shop, wishing you had an easier way to type? While most of today's tablets and phones include manageable keyboard, most find it easier to type lengthy emails or docs on a physical keyboard. With today's growing population of tablets and smart phones it's inevitable that accessories will start to flood the market. Today we are going to be taking a look at a small portable and foldable bluetooth keyboard made by Eagle Tech called the Neptor Foldable Keyboard. We will be looking at model KB300BF-WH. This small compact size keyboard offers the full features of your standard keyboards. As we move forward and explore the Eagle Tech Neptor keyboard, we'll find out how well it performs with today's tablets and phones.
Roughly six months ago, Cooler Master introduced the new Cooler Master CM Storm Scout 2 to the world. This was a revision of its previous model, the Scout I. The Storm Scout 2 was well received and even earned a PureOC Good Hardware Award from us. Even though the initial release of the Scout 2 went well, Cooler Master still likes to listen to consumers and the PC modding community, just to improve things further. They took feedback from a number of online forums and from reviews like ours just to take the next iteration of the lineup to the next level. Today we have their newest revision - The Cooler Master CM Storm Scout 2 Advance. The new Scout 2 Advance series chassis now comes with several design enhancements, and even includes a new color called "Ghost White." Let's dive in to take a deeper look at these changes and see how they improved upon the previous chassis.
Today we will be taking a look at something new to the PC thermal world. Interestingly, for all the car enthusiasts out there, this may be something you have seen before. This is technology you likely have not seen in a computer on your desktop, but it's very possible you may have seen it in a heavily modded hot rod sitting in your driveway. We are going to be looking at a new CPU Cooler from Xigmatek. It's called the Dark Knight II - Night Hawk Edition Cooler. It uses what they call "stealth" technology which basically means the heatsink has been ceramic coated to provide additional thermal dissipation. This is first of its kind technology we have seen used on a CPU Cooler, and today we will see how it stacks up to its more traditional competitors. To talk a little more about what's in store, the Xigmatek Dark Knight II - Night Hawk Edition Cooler may look like your typical tower cooler available on the market; however, its thermal technology is a little more unique. The Ceramic coated aluminum fins along with a direct copper base design gets our imagination wondering just how well this cooler might perform. Before we move on, let's learn a little more about Xigmatek.
Today we will be looking at the In-Win GRone full tower case. This case features support for E-ATX motherboards, a 360mm rad at the top, a 240mm rad at the bottom (with the HDD cage removed), and support for ten 120/140mm fans. Yes. 2 rads and 10 fans! This case was designed to appeal to nearly anyone, from the water cooling enthusiast to the gamer with taller heatsinks. Could this wide variety of features be the shining factor for this case? We shall soon see if In-Win did well enough by trying to cater to everyone's needs with the GRone.
Sometimes it's tough to search for that perfect chassis. Whether you are looking for design or functionality, finding the perfect case poses a number of challenges. We have the opportunity today to take a look at the new Cooler Master CM Storm Stryker Chassis to see how close it comes to that "Holy Grail" of balancing looks and usefulness. We must say, the unique touches, in both form and functionality, that Cooler Master has added into the Stryker really caught our attention. As we move further into this review you will see why. Before we delve deeper into the versatility of this chassis we will talk a little about Cooler Master's design aesthetic with the Stryker Chassis.