REVIEWS

June 3rd, 2008

BFG Launches New 8800GT and 9600GT OCX TI Cards

Today BFG is launching a pair of new cards in their ThermoIntelligence line: the 9600GT OCX and the 8800GT OCX. Both of these cards sport BFG’s new aftermarket ThermoIntelligence heatsink which promises reduced temperatures for these overclocked cards.


May 29th, 2008

ASRock P45 & P43 Motherboards Unveiled

Today, ASRock let Hardware Canucks get a very quick and tantalizing glimpse at their upcoming P45 and P43 boards for Intel 775 processors. While neither of these could be considered a particularly high-end product, they both have some very interesting features like compatibility with both DDR2 and DDR3 ram.


May 29th, 2008

QNAP NVR-1012 Network Surveillance System

With systems coming down in price, network surveillance systems are gaining popularity for both home and small business use. With their NVR-1012, QNAP is offering a cost-conscious solution for those of you who want a little more security in your lives. This system seems to offer all the bangs and whistles of its competitors but [...]


May 26th, 2008

Noctua NH-U12P CPU Cooler Review

While they may not be the least expensive, people know that when they buy Noctua, they are buying quality. In this review, we will be taking a look at their NH-U12P CPU cooler which was just recently released. Can this new product continue Noctua’s tradition of high-quality cooling solutions?


May 24th, 2008

OCZ EliteXStream 800W Power Supply Review

It has been a while since OCZ released their last power supply but the day has finally come when they take a stab at the high-end market. Today we will be reviewing their EliteXStream 800W power supply which is looking to reign supreme in the price / performance category.


May 21st, 2008

Thermaltake DuOrb CPU Cooler Review

Thermaltake is one of the best-known cooler manufacturers and today we will be looking at one of their newest products: the DuOrb CPU cooler. It is unique in design, and it definitely looks great, but can it perform up to our expectations in both dual and quad core applications?


May 19th, 2008

Sapphire HD3870 512MB TOXIC Edition Review

While it has been a while since Hardware Canucks did a GPU review, today we are back with a bang with an in-depth look at the Sapphire HD3870 TOXIC Edition. In addition to it being an overclocked card, Sapphire has also equipped this card with a one-of-a-kind heatsink called the Vapor-X. We give both the [...]


May 16th, 2008

Sans Digital Mobilestore Hard Drive Enclosure Review

Sans Digital isn’t very well known to the average consumer but they are trying to make a push into the enclosure market in a big way. Today, they have sent us their MOBILESTORE MS2UTN+B to review. This is an eSATA-equipped product that promises blistering RAID speeds while keeping a low price.


May 15th, 2008

ASUS Rampage Formula X48 Motherboard Review

Enthusiasts rejoice, Intel’s X48 chipset has finally made its debut into the marketplace. Today we will be looking at a DDR2 X48 board from ASUS: the Rampage Formula. As part of the RoG series of motherboards, this product is squarely targeting the enthusiast market with an amazing array of features. Yet, can those features overshadow [...]


May 13th, 2008

ASRock Penryn1600SLIX3-Wifi Motherboard Review

ASRock is well known among our readers for producing some solid budget motherboards which give users the ability to use their older components. However, they are now dead-set on catering a bit more to the enthusiast market and with the Penryn1600SLIX3-Wifi they are taking that all-important first step.