REVIEWS

July 27th, 2014

ASUS GTX 780 STRIX OC 6GB Review

ASUS’ new STRIX is one of the few 6GB GTX 780 cards on the market but it has another trick up its sleeve: with 0db fan technology the STRIX runs completely silent in some situations.


July 22nd, 2014

NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet Preview

With the SHIELD Tablet, NVIDIA is expanding their SHIELD family by introducing a device that uses an ultra portable 8″ tablet form factor but packs a powerful Tegra K1 processor.


July 18th, 2014

Netgear R7000 Router & EX6200 Extender Review

Netgear’s R7000 Nighthawk router may be one of the most talked about wireless AC devices around since it’s one of the most affordable. Pair it up with the EX6200 range extender and you have a potent one-two punch.


July 14th, 2014

ASUS Maximus VII GENE Z97 Motherboard Review

It may be designed small mATX form factor but ASUS’ Maximus VII Gene packs a ton of key features for Haswell and Devil’s Canyon CPU users.


July 9th, 2014

Linksys WRT1900AC Router Review

The Linksys WRT1900AC router is considered a 802.11AC-based spiritual successor to the wildly popular WRT54G so there are some very high expectations riding on it.


July 7th, 2014

The NVIDIA TITAN Z Performance Review

NVIDIA’s TITAN Z was launched without much fanfare but drew both admiration and derision from gamers due to its steep price tag. But how does it actually perform in games? We find out.


July 1st, 2014

GIGABYTE Z97X-UD5H Motherboard Review

By combining an affordable price with high end features, GIGABYTE is hoping their Z97X-UD5H will appeal to aspiring Haswell system builders who don’t want to spend a fortune.


June 25th, 2014

PowerColor Devil 13 R9 290X Dual Core Review

PowerColor’s Devil 13 seems to do the impossible: take a pair of R9 290X cores, stick them onto a single PCB and air cool them. Have they been successful? We find out.


June 23rd, 2014

Exclusive: AMD to Launch “New” FX-9590 CPU

It all started with a tweet. AMD teased an unnamed new FX-series chip on Twitter and we’ve got the inside track. It’s a refreshed 5GHz FX-9590 with an included water cooling unit.


June 18th, 2014

Intel DC P3700 800GB NVMe SSD Review

Intel’s DC P3700 enterprise SSD ushers in the age of NVMe, a new communications standard for SSDs which cuts down on overhead and could drastically improve performance.