Tag Archive: Computer Games

Spire X2 6019B Computer Case Review

Spire X2 6019B Computer Case Review X2 is the newly established brand from Spire, geared specifically at the gamer. One of their first chassis is the 6019B, which may not look like anything out of the ordinary at first, but does bear a few very pleasant surprises, making it a really viable choice instead of going …

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CM Storm Scout 2 Advanced Computer Case Review

CM Storm Scout 2 Advanced Computer Case Review Cooler Master is a gaming-case manufacturer many computer enthusiasts know about. They started their CM Storm brand aimed purely at the gaming enthusiast some time ago and managed to turn heads with their CM Storm Trooper/Stryker cases as their viable feature sets were for the LAN-party goer. The …

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In Win H-Frame Mini ATX Computer Chassis Review

In Win H-Frame Mini ATX Computer Chassis Review With Frame series, In Win was able to bring a lot of freshness to the segment of the PC case. If the design of each model is far from the usuall, either in shapes or colors used, there is no denying that the brand has tried to innovate, …

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Antec GX700 Computer Chassis Review

Antec GX700 Computer Chassis Review The Antec GX700 is the first of the new series aiming to offer a stylish chassis with a few very cool visual- and functional details at an affordable price point. Clearly going for a military theme, we will see if this chassis can defend itself in the $50 case category or …

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Corsair Carbide Series Air 540 Cube Computer Case Review

Corsair Carbide Series Air 540 Cube Computer Case Review The Corsair Carbide Series Air 540 is a mid-tower case which is designed to provide maximum airflow across your mainboard components. The Air 540’s dimensions are 415mm x 332mm x 458mm which actually make the case cube shaped. The Corsair Air 540’s two compartments are separated by …

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TRENDnet TU3-HDMI Adapter to Connect Computer to HDTV Released

TRENDnet TU3-HDMI Adapter to Connect Computer to HDTV Released

TRENDnet TU3-HDMI Adapter to Connect Computer to HDTV Released By TRENDnet TRENDnet, a best-in-class wired and wireless networking hardware brand, today announces the availability of the USB 3.0 to HD TV Adapter, model TU3-HDMI, which extends a Windows®-based computer’s viewing field to a HD TV, monitor, receiver, or projector with a HDMI port. Video Tour: …

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Corsair Carbide AIR 450 Computer Case Review

Corsair Carbide AIR 450 Computer Case Review During COMPUTEX 2013 CORSAIR introduced a few new enclosures, the Carbide 330R and the 450 AIR version. While the first is more a refinement of exiting designs, the new 450 AIR sports a revolutionary design for mass production cases. The concept behind this case is that the case is …

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Fractal Design Arc Midi R2 Computer Case Review

Fractal Design Arc Midi R2 Computer Case Review Most of you may not know Fractal Design, but the company has been making a splash with their unique enclosures at a competitive price. The company also sells power supplies, case fans, and a few accessories. Today, we are taking a look at the second generation Arc Midi …

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Cooler Master N400 Computer Case Review

Cooler Master N400 Computer Case Review With the economy still in a steady rut most of us are left with very little spare cash for new toys. Cooler Master’s latest case is here to bring you the features you want in a case, at a price that won’t break the bank. Today I present to you …

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Cooler Master N400 and N600 Computer Cases Launched

Cooler Master N400 and N600 Computer Cases Launched

Cooler Master N400 and N600 Computer Cases Launched By Cooler Master Cooler Master, a designer, manufacturer, and innovator of leading PC components, today announced two new additions to the N series, a new series of compact and fully featured cases. The N series improves upon traditional mainstream chassis by offering future proof value. The N400 …

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Corsair Obsidian 350D Computer Case Review

Corsair Obsidian 350D Computer Case Review The Corsair Obsidian 350D is the next PC-Case in the Technic3D Editorship. The 350D supports Mini-ATX and Micro-ATX motherboards and have place for 3x 120mm and two 140mm Cooling-Fans. We will check this and many more in the following Review… at Technic3D Related Items: Corsair 350D Computer Case Review Corsair …

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Intel DC3217IYE Next Unit of Computing PC Computer Review

Intel DC3217IYE Next Unit of Computing PC Computer Review The Intel DC3217IYE Next Unit Computing is quite the beast, with the ability to connect two HDMI screens at the same time and the power of an Intel Core i3 and QS77 Express Chipset all in a tiny package. Just add memory and SSD and take this …

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Silverstone Precision PS08 mATX Computer Case Review

Silverstone Precision PS08 mATX Computer Case Review Silverstone’s Precision PS08 is available in an all-white or all-black version and can fit mATX as well as mini-ITX motherboards. Despite the small size, the Silverstone PS08 can house aftermarket CPU coolers up to 140mm tall as well as video cards up to 358mm long. A 120mm fan is …

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Corsair Carbide Air 540 Computer Chassis Review

Corsair Carbide Air 540 Computer Chassis Review The Corsair Carbide Air 540 is the company’s first cube chassis; it aims to offer the perfect base for a compact water-cooling system. Don’t be fooled by the name as it can swallow up to two 280 mm radiators without issue. While everything looks great on paper, we check …

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Corsair Carbide Air 540 ATX Cube Computer Case Review

Corsair Carbide Air 540 ATX Cube Computer Case Review This design we are talking about is something we have only really seen in very large and expensive cases. But in the case of the Carbide Air 540, it is much smaller and having many of the same features you would see in a typical enthusiast case. …

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Rosewill Line-M Computer Chassis Review

Rosewill Line-M Computer Chassis Review The Rosewill Line-M may not look like much, but it comes with a long list of features that make it not only interesting to office users but also budget-minded gamers. Will its inner values be enough to stand out from among the plethora of mATX chassis on the market? Only a …

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Digital Storm Aventum II High-Performance Computer Released

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Digital Storm Aventum II High-Performance Computer Released Digital Storm is the first boutique system builder to offer handcrafted, custom copper pipping liquid cooling solutions By Max Borges Agency for Digital Storm For more than ten years Digital Storm has worked diligently to build some of the world’s finest, high-performance computers. That commitment to building the …

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Corsair 350D Computer Case Review

Corsair 350D Computer Case Review The windowed case is available at Newegg for $109.99, and the non-windowed case is $69.99 after a $20 rebate. If you are planning on building a system based on an ITX or Mini ATX motherboard, then you won’t be disappointed with the 350D – especially if you want to live on …

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Fractal Design Arc Midi R2 Computer Case Review

Fractal Design Arc Midi R2 Computer Case Review Once we got the call from John at Fractal Design about starting a review partnership, one of the first things I did was run over to their website and took a look at their entire lineup. Next was a big fat YES, we would love to review some …

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Streacom FC8 Evo Fanless Computer Chassis Review

Streacom FC8 Evo Fanless Computer Chassis Review The FC8 Evo case from Streacom has a very clean, professional look and is ideal for people which want absolute silence when working at their PC. The installation instructions are explained with both photos and text and if we are patient, there should be no issues. Also, there are …

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Turning PC into Apple Macintosh: Hackintosh Computer

A “Hackintosh” is a computer that runs Apple’s OS X operating system on non-Apple hardware. This has been possible since Apple’s switch from IBM’s PowerPC processors to Intel processors a few years ago. Until recently, building a PC-based Mac was something done only by hard-core hackers and technophiles, but in the last few months, building a Hackintosh PC has become much easier. Benchmark Reviews looks at what it’s possible to do with PC hardware and the Mac Snow Leopard OS today, and the pros and cons of the building a Hackintosh computer system over purchasing a supported Apple Mac Pro.

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