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eXtreme Power Supply Calculator v2.5

Many people often overlook the importance of Amperage and its impact on their computers. You can find different types of Power Supplies on the market that supply more then enough Wattage to run your system. However, many of them lack Amperage, which is necessary to back offered Wattage up. Therefore, it is important that you know exactly how many Amperes ... Read More »

ASUS STRIX GTX 750 Ti OC Edition Video Card Review

The ASUS STRIX GTX 750 Ti OC Edition comes equipped with a factory GPU base clock 1124MHz and a boost clock of 1202MHz, a respective 104MHz and 117MHz increase over stock GeForce GTX 750 Ti speeds and features ASUS’ DirectCU II cooling system. It is configured with 2GB GDR5 memory running at a stock 5.4GHz effective rate. The cooling system ... Read More »

TEch Reports September 2014 System Guide

guess it must be. Intel has shaken up the high end of its desktop line with Haswell-E processors and the new X99 chipset, which has also had the side-effect of bringing DDR4 memory into the picture. None of that premium, state-of-the-art hardware is particularly cheap, but it sure is fast—and there’s nothing else like it in the market today. Then ... Read More »

Corsair Graphite 780T Review

The Corsair Graphite 780T is the successor to the 760T, a chassis that has been on the market for quite some time. It features the same new bold design we have seen on the 380T, but allows you to install a fully sized ATX board and features a lot more expandability.   Corsair Graphite 780T Review | techPowerUp. Read More »

Sapphire ITX Compact R9 285

I absolutely love building Mini-ITX gaming rigs. Every time I build a new Lunchbox (what I call our LAN rigs), I try to make them smaller and faster. Either of those along can be a challenge, but trying to constantly pack a faster rig into a small can be a huge challenge. Thankfully recently motherboard manufactures, video card manufactures, and ... Read More »

SanDisk Ultra II SSD Review (240GB)

Following the market trend of offering higher capacity while continuing cost reduction, SanDisk’s Ultra II is their first TLC memory equipped SSD.  As we all know, 3-bit TLC NAND has some disadvantages when compared to 2-bit MLC, slower speeds and a lower program/erase cycles. To combat this, SanDisk has programs in their  nCache 2.0 technology that utilizes a two-tiered caching ... Read More »

QNAP TS-451 Review

The new TS-x51 line isn’t only for SOHO Small Office Home Office environments as it is also for enthusiast users in need of a high-performance NAS. The crucial feature of these NAS servers is their Intel Celeron J1800 SoC. While it may look weak for a normal Windows PC, it is more than adequate for such a strong NAS as ... Read More »

Scythe Mugen Max CPU Cooler Review

Refined lines, smooth edges, smooth surface. Hours of work to accomplish a final end design. Production costs, labor costs, and then the testing phase, to decide if what you have designed will be accepted by the potential market. Look down at your desk in front of you and ask yourself why did I purchase this desk over the thousands and ... Read More »

PowerColor Radeon R9 285 2GB Review

Don’t you hate it when you just bought the newest piece of technology and something that is supposed to be better and cooler comes out? I know I sure do but that seems to be the life of a computer enthusiast. It seems like every time I look at the news, I see a new revision of the current graphics ... Read More »