REVIEWS

July 10th, 2013

Gigabyte GTX 770 WindForce 3X OC Review

Gigabyte’s GTX 770 WindForce OC boasts increased clock speeds that bring its performance nearly in line with a GTX 780.  However, it doesn’t cost a dime more than the $399 reference version.


July 8th, 2013

Logitech G510s Gaming Keyboard Review

As a successor to previous legendary G-Series peripherals, Logitech’s new G510s keyboard has some big shoes to fill but new features like a fingerprint resistant coating should allow it to stand out.


July 7th, 2013

Western Digital SE 4TB Hard Drive Review (Single & RAID)

Western Digital’s SE 4TTB is a drive which targets entry level enterprise customers who are seeking a scalable, large capacity solution that can easily be expanded should the need arise.


July 4th, 2013

Cooler Master N200 mATX Case Review

Cooler Master’s new N200 isn’t an mATX case that exhibits anything particularly unique but its design fundamentals are well thought out and a price of just $49 will make it appealing to just about everyone.


July 3rd, 2013

ASUS RT-AC66U & PCE-AC66 802.11AC Network Kit Review

With wireless home networking slowly moving towards the 802.11AC standard, ASUS has decided to jump on the bandwagon with their new RT-AC66U router and an add-in card, the PCE-AC66.  When combined, these new devices provide some incredible wireless speeds.


July 1st, 2013

MSI GX70 Gaming Notebook Review; AMD A10-5750M Tested

An A10-5750M APU within a gaming notebook may seem like an oxymoron but MSI’s GX70 makes it work by harnessing the graphics power of an HD 8970M.  This is packed into a 17.3″ notebook that costs just $1300.


June 27th, 2013

ASUS Z87 Deluxe Motherboard Review

ASUS’ Z87 Deluxe is a $300 board that’s packed full of features but it is also one of the most expensive Z87 boards on the market.  Novice overclockers will be particularly interested since three kinds of auto-overclocking modes have been included too.


June 26th, 2013

NVIDIA SHIELD Hands-On Preview

SHIELD is a grand experiment to integrate various elements of NVIDIA’s product stack into a single cohesive device that transcends previous handheld gaming devices.  It does this by integrating  ecosystems from Android, the PC and online HD streaming  in new and interesting ways.


June 25th, 2013

NVIDIA GTX 760 2GB Review

At just $250, NVIDIA’s GTX 760 is meant to compete against the HD 7950 Boost while costing $30 less and replace the GTX 660 Ti.  Those are some lofty goals but for the last 700-series GPU being released for the foreseeable future, its price may be perfect for budget-minded gamers.


June 19th, 2013

EVGA GeForce GTX 780 ACX SC Review

The GTX 780 is one of today’s most popular graphics cards and EVGA’s Superclocked series boosts its performance to some impressive levels.  Added to this pre-overclocked goodness is a new custom designed ACX cooler which boosts cooling levels and remains blissfully silent.