REVIEWS

December 2nd, 2013

MSI MPower Max Z87 Motherboard Review

MSI’s MPower Max is designed to go head to head against the likes of ASUS’ Z87 Deluxe and Gigabyte’s UD7 series but with a massive feature set, it has the capability to outstrip both.


November 25th, 2013

Western Digital Black² 1TB Dual Drive Review

Western Digital is finally jumping on the hybrid drive bandwagon.  Their new Black² 1TB combines a 1TB hard drive alongside a dedicated 120GB SSD which gives users the best of both worlds.


November 24th, 2013

EVGA GTX 780 Ti SC ACX Review

NVIDIA’s GTX 780 Ti is currently the fastest single core graphics card on the market and EVGA’s Superclock takes it to the next level, providing cooler temperatures and much higher performance.


November 21st, 2013

ASUS RT-AC68U & PCE-AC68 Wireless AC Review

With the wireless 820.11 wireless AC standard gaining popularity, ASUS has updated their flagship router and networking kit.  The RT-AC68U and PCE-AC68 represent the pinnacle of modern wireless design.


November 19th, 2013

ViewSonic VX2252 22” Monitor Review

ViewSonic’s VX2252 costs just $150.  Normally, monitors in this price range represent the bottom of the barrel…but not this time around.


November 18th, 2013

Cooler Master HAF Stacker Review

Cooler Master’s new HAF Stacker isn’t so much as an enclosure as it is a system.  By utilizing modular components, it may be single-handedly revolutionizing the case market.


November 17th, 2013

GIGABYTE Z87X-UD4H Motherboard Review

Gigabyte’s Z87X-UD4H represents an excellent combination of great features and a fair price but in such a competitive market, it needs to be a cut above to make the grade.


November 16th, 2013

Seagate Desktop SSHD 2TB Review

Combining the performance of an SSD with the capacity of a traditional hard drive may be nothing new but Seagate’s SSHD 2TB is the first to bring this combination to the desktop market.


November 14th, 2013

Kingston SSDNow E50 240GB SSD Review

Kingston’s new SSDNow E50 is one of the few drives available that narrowly targets read-centric environments.  Because of this, it works perfectly for file servers and virtual machines, it doesn’t get any better.


November 12th, 2013

AMD Radeon R9 270 2GB Review

At just $179, the R9 270 makes no qualms about its intended target:  the GTX 660.  The only potential roadblock to this card’s greatness is AMD’s own R9 270X.