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Swiftech H320 X2 All-In-One Watercooling Kit Review

Swiftech H320 X2 All-In-One Watercooling Kit Review All-in-one (AIO) water cooling units have brought the performance and silence of water cooling to the masses with the simplicity of installing an air cooler. AIOs offer simple installation without the need to bleed the loop. Simply attach the hardware and power cables and you are all set… …

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Synology DiskStation DS1515+ Network Attached Storage Review

Synology DiskStation DS1515+ Network Attached Storage Review What is a NAS? NAS Stands for Network Attached Storage, and it is a device that resides on your network and can have multiple drives in a RAID array. The drives contain folders that can be accessed by all or a few computers on your network depending on …

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Lian Li PC-Q10 Case Review

Lian Li PC-Q10 Case Review Amidst the endless booths of drones and hover boards at CES, there is a name familiar to most people that have ever thought about building a custom PC; that name was Lian Li. Lian Li had several models of their PC desk and a small gallery of cases lining the …

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BitFenix Nova PC Case Review

BitFenix Nova PC Case Review It is the oldest dilemma since DIY PC building began: how to manage the budget for a build. More than often however, cost cutting boils down to chassis choice since each dollar allocated for it does not improve measurable megahertz performance. Fortunately over the last few years, the case manufacturing …

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Patriot Viper V560 Mouse Review

Patriot Viper V560 Mouse Review Patriot is a company known for its memory and mobile products, and has just recently started selling peripherals. The V560 is the first-ever mouse released under the Patriot Viper brand, and it continues the trend of excellent design set by its first-ever headset. The Patriot V560 is a programmable laser …

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QNAP TS-251+ Network Attached Storage Review

QNAP TS-251+ Network Attached Storage Review Much like in a business environment but on a smaller scale, we as home users, have an insatiable appetite for data. Our internet connection bandwidth has increased to the point where some can get speeds of 1 gigabit per second. Application sizes have increased. Some game installs reach 50 …

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Enermax ETS-T40Fit CPU Cooler Review

Enermax ETS-T40Fit CPU Cooler Review A direct-touch heatpipe design is the go-to solution for most affordable mainstream coolers with good reason; they are very cost-effective for both consumers and manufacturers. Applied to the classic U-shaped tower design, it has proven to be a winning combination. With the glut of competition in this market space however, …

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Scythe Ninja 4 CPU Cooler Review

Scythe Ninja 4 CPU Cooler Review If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try again. Nobody gets things right the first time and even if done well, needs change over time so a revision is almost always guaranteed to happen. It is not about striving for perfection because what that is cannot be a …

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Gigabyte Z170X-UD5 Motherboard Review

Gigabyte Z170X-UD5 Motherboard Review In fighting game circles, there is an interesting technique called “option select” which is essentially a combination of moves that guarantee the maximum possible best-case coverage depending on the scenario. While performing the exact same button or joystick combination, the result changes and switches in reaction to the opponent just by …

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QNAP TS-563 Network Attached Storage Review

QNAP TS-563 Network Attached Storage Review I have the opportunity to work in the Information Technology market and I get to work with some cool technology. Recently, I’ve been focusing more and more on visualization and network storage. To put it simply, we have the ability to run multiple virtual servers off of a couple …

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Enermax Liqmax II 120s AIO Cooler Review

Enermax Liqmax II 120s AIO Cooler Review When it comes to a new build I always keep cooling in mind. Not every rig I build has custom water reservoirs, custom piping or fancy radiators. Sometimes I just need a machine to work without spending an enormous amount of cash on custom parts. I find that …

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ThermalTake Cronos Go Gaming Headset Review

ThermalTake Cronos Go Gaming Headset Review The popularity of over and on the ear headphones is increasing as evidenced by the amount of products in the marketplace. Thermaltake has an outstanding headset line with the Cronos series and has released a more mobile friendly version with the Cronos Go. The Cronos Go is designed as …

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Phanteks Enthoo Evolve ATX Galaxy Silver Edition PC Case Review

Phanteks Enthoo Evolve ATX Galaxy Silver Edition PC Case Review It seems that the minimalist design is starting to become more and more popular these days. There are still a few companies out there that make what we call pre-modded cases (Those are the ones with all the aggressive angles and funky shaped window panels) …

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Monsoon Modular Reservoir System Water Cooler Review

Monsoon Modular Reservoir System Water Cooler Review Of the all the reservoir types available in the market, the tube res has always been preferred mainly due to its large visibility and ease of installation. However, for the most part the design hadn’t changed much until a couple years ago compression style reservoirs emerged into the …

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SilverStone Kublai KL05-W Case Review

SilverStone Kublai KL05-W Case Review What is the first item you shop for when you’re building your PC? Is it your motherboard, GPU, or is it the case? When I am looking at building a PC, I start at the case. It will be the foundation. The case dictates which hardware can be used in …

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Be Quiet! Shadow Rock LP CPU Cooler Review

Be Quiet! Shadow Rock LP CPU Cooler Review Be Quiet! has been one of Europe’s best kept secrets for almost a decade now despite winning PC Games Hardware’s “Manufacturer of the Year” award repeatedly. A company known for reliable and silent operating power supplies, Be Quiet! also boasts a respectable product portfolio when it comes …

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Ozone Strike Pro Keyboard Review

Ozone Strike Pro Keyboard Review There is perhaps no greater feeling in the world than telling somebody to shut-up and proving they are wrong. One persistent narrative in particular that never fails to grind my gears is the so-called impending death of PC Gaming. You can trace back articles from the late 90’s claiming the …

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Gigabyte GTX 950 Xtreme Graphics Card Review

Gigabyte GTX 950 Xtreme Graphics Card Review Just a little while ago the world was introduced to the new budget Maxwell GPU from Nvidia. The budget segment is considered by many to be in the range of sub – $200.00 for a GPU. The GTX 950 is aimed at the budget market. Gigabyte recently released …

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Patriot Viper V360 Headset Review

Patriot Viper V360 Headset Review Patriot is known for its memory and mobile products, and has just recently started selling peripherals. It might seem like an unusual jump, but their new headset proves that Patriot is prepared to expand and succeed in this new market. Patriot’s initial headset offering is the Viper V360, a virtual …

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Noctua NH-D15S CPU Cooler Review

Noctua NH-D15S CPU Cooler Review Slim is in but large air coolers refuse to be fat-shamed out of relevance, adapting smarter implementations to ease their installation to match the convenience of smaller heatsinks. The Noctua NH-D15 released last year is one such cooler, fighting back against the trend of All-in-One liquid cooling systems and winning …

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Noctua NH-C14S CPU Cooler Review

Noctua NH-C14S CPU Cooler Review Not every big problem requires an equally big solution. Sometimes all the change required may seem miniscule but when executed correctly, can result in great gains and improvements. This is the approach Austrian CPU cooling expert Noctua has taken with their latest high-end C-type cooler offering: the NH-C14S. Noctua’s products …

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Reeven Ouranos CPU Cooler Review

Reeven Ouranos CPU Cooler Review There was a time when the prevalent design philosophy for CPU cooler design was “the bigger, the better”. That is no longer the case as users now look for smarter implementations that are much more convenient and functional than simply brute-force cooling. Smaller coolers present the advantage of better compatibility …

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E-Blue Mazer K727 Mechanical Keyboard Review

E-Blue Mazer K727 Mechanical Keyboard Review Keyboards are probably one of the most produced products in the PC market today, with over 17,500 different models (based on stock at Newegg). And with so many features like back-lighting, LCD screens, dedicated media, and programmable macro keys built into today’s keyboards, you can quickly get overwhelmed when …

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Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ITX Case Review

Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ITX Case Review Phanteks has very quickly cemented their place as one of the preferred chassis manufactures among the PC enthusiast community. In last year’s Mod24, Lee Harrington of “PCjunkie Mods” and Ron Lee Christianson of “Blue Horse Studios” used the Enthoo Luxe to create a Call of Duty Zombie themed work …

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EKWB EK-XLC Predator 240 All-In-One CPU Liquid Cooling Unit Review

EKWB EK-XLC Predator 240 All-In-One CPU Liquid Cooling Unit Review There are various reasons that one chooses an AIO or All-In-One CPU cooler over assembling a custom water loop. One of these reasons could be cost; typically, custom loops tend to me more expensive than an AIO. Another reason could be a technical or skill …

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