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[M] Gigabyte Z97X-SOC FORCE Motherboard Review

Gigabyte continues to release new products in their orange themed overclocking motherboard series. The first of the OC series was the immaculate X58 OC motherboard, a trimmed down on features board, however purely designed to provide the ultimate overclocking experience. Sadly the X58 OC board arrived just a tad too late on the market to become a major selling product. ... Read More »

BitFenix Fury 550G Alchemy-Sleeved Power Supply Preview BitFenix Fury 4716779444551, 886027003169, BFP-FUR-550G-KSXK-RP, BitFenix, Fury 550G, Olin Coles

Earlier this year the BitFenix Fury PSU Series was introduced, and quickly gained interest among desktop system builders looking to benefit from the power supply’s individually-sleeved modular cables and 80 PLUS GOLD energy efficiency certification. Builders wanting to manage cables now have the option to choose the connections they need, then cleanly route the sleeved wires through smaller spaces. In ... Read More »

NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet Preview

Depending on who you speak to, NVIDIA’s original SHIELD is either an amazing success or a device that failed to find its niche. Regardless of what pundits may say, SHIELD was conceived as a simple technology showcase that combined seemingly disparate elements into a cohesive and actually quite successful ecosystem. We always had the perception that it was a pet ... Read More »

SB Inferno Gaming Headset

A few years ago, we used to see the fatal1ty headsets all over the place at events. They were without a doubt the best low budget gaming headset on the market. They performed well and took a beating without falling apart. Even now, it is still one of the highest rated headsets on Newegg. Here we are seven years later ... Read More »

Crucial MX100 512GB SSD Review | TechwareLabs

Despite what many people will try to tell you, size matters. This is especially true when talking about the storage in your computer. SSDs are becoming the standard for any new build but the cost has always been an issue, especially once you get in to the larger sized drives. However, SSD prices have been falling very quickly and those ... Read More »

Which NAS HDD Should I Buy? (2014) | Reports | APH Networks

Which NAS HDD Should I Buy? (2014) | Reports By: Jonathan Kwan July 14, 2014 Would you rather be spoiled for choice, or have no choice at all? More often than not, if we have no option at all, then we would complain, because we have no option. If we have many options, we would also complain, because it is ... Read More »

Kingston SSDNow mS200 240GB mSATA SSD – Page 1 of 6 –

For this review Kingston has sent over one of their newest solid state drives, the 240GB SSDNow mS200, model number SMS200S3/240G. This is not your typical 2.5″ SSD, but an mSATA drive whose footprint is eight times smaller, making it ideal for use in laptops and tablets. While the physical size is much smaller with this form factor, you can ... Read More »

Thecus N5550 NAS Server Review | TechwareLabs

SOHO or SMB NAS devices have become quite popular these days, with their rich feature set, low cost, and ease of adding large amounts of storage to your network. There are many companies that vie in this market segment, such as QNAP, Synology, LaCie, Infortrend, as well as Thecus. With Thecus specifically, they have been releasing NAS devices since they ... Read More »

OverClocked inside – Redaktion PC hardware page

A relatively new brand on the PC market is the company X2 Products, with their headquarter in the Netherlands. The more interesting it will be for all readers, that we are taking a closer look at their first CPU cooler, today. Here at we test today the brand new X2 Products Eclipse IV CPU cooler. If the cooler leaves ... Read More »