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Posted by Damon Bailey
on Monday, 20 February 2017
In Win 509 Republic of Gamers Full Tower Computer Case

A case is one of the hardest components to select for a new build, and also one of the most important. Not only does it house your components, but it very much determines what you can, and too often, can’t use for a build. One, maybe two radiators, 2 or 4 drives, and many other seemingly little limiting factors often have a builder searching endless lists for a case with the right combination that can hold what they actually need. Too often you have to change plans to make it all fit, and that is unacceptable. In traditional InWin style, the 509 breaks that mold. Capable of handling the largest E-ATX motherboards, 3x 360mm radiators as well as a few smaller ones at the same time, 9 drives, and more fans than you know what to do with, the 509 can handle anything you can throw at it without compromise. Wrapped in tempered glass and dressed in black with a subtle hint of grey, or a bold ROG Certified red, the InWin 509 can look good doing it too.

Last updated on Monday, 20 February 2017 | Read More >>>
Posted by Damon Bailey
on Wednesday, 15 February 2017
G.Skill TridentZ DDR4 3200MHz (2x8GB) 16GB Memory Kit

G.Skill has a long history of producing high performance memory modules dating back to 1989. DDR1, DDR2, DDR3 and Now DDR4 have all been covered by various levels from budget to Eco to Extreme performance. Current Incarnations of high performance DDR4 carry the TridentZ naming, and are some of the highest performing DDR4 modules currently on the market. Holding down a huge number of coveted spots on leaderboards, From highest retail speeds, to highest ever overclocked memory frequencies, The TridentZ line is built for ‘Performance for the Truly Extreme’. No matter what your needs, G.Skill has you covered with single sticks, Dual, Triple and Quad channel memory kits up to 128GB and XMP speeds of 4000Mhz and beyond. If a static color is so 2016, G.Skill even has TridentZ kits with software controlled RGB lighting in place of the accent color strip.

Last updated on Wednesday, 15 February 2017 | Read More >>>
Posted by Heath Coop
on Monday, 13 February 2017

Carbon fiber instantly sends visions of speed, performance, and exotic technology to many. Wrapped in carbon fiber look trim, Z270 Gaming Pro Carbon aims to instaill many of those same visions. Built on MSI’s Military Class 5 foundation, the Z270 Gaming Pro Carbon supports 6th Generation Intel Core processors and DDR4 memory up to 3800Mhz via four memory slots. There’s dual Turbo M.2 connectivity with transfer speeds up to 32 Gb/s with support for Intel Optane technology. Six SATA ports offer even more storage options. There dual USB 3.1 front panel connectors along with six USB 3.1 rear ports. The Intel i219V chip provides high quality network connectivity combined with 15KV anti-surge protection.

Last updated on Tuesday, 14 February 2017 | Read More >>>
Posted by Ransley Garrow
on Friday, 10 February 2017

There are few horror franchises as storied as Resident Evil, after the success of Resident Evil 4 there was a shift in the tone of the franchise. Less horror with a move toward third person action. With Resident Evil 6 being a huge disappointment for the fan base. With fans receiving an unfocused mess of global bioterrorism and multiple intersecting stories that created a narrative mess. After the outcry, Capcom promised to do better with Resident Evil 7 and deliver a more focused horror experience. What remains to be seen is whether Capcom would be able to successfully return to its horror roots. The following game review will contain plot spoilers.

Last updated on Sunday, 12 February 2017 | Read More >>>
Posted by Paul Malfy
on Wednesday, 08 February 2017
OCZ VX500 512GB SSD

There was one point where an SSD was a great addition to their systems, for those who could afford it. However, today, with solid state drives becoming so cheap, they have almost become a necessity. Whether it’s just a boot drive, or you plan to replace your mechanical drives, there are SSDs that can fit into any budget. However, there are several things to take into consideration when buying an SSD. Aside from the capacity of the drive, you should also consider the endurance of the drive, or how long it will last, the overall performance of the drive and even the warranty. The people over at TOSHIBA would agree. Since most SATA SSDs have all but saturated the interface, essentially maxing out the speed that a SATA SSD can achieve, a consumer must look at the other features of a drive to make an educated decision. This is why their OCZ VX500 not only advertises speeds near as fast as the SATA interface can handle, but also excellent endurance and one of the best warranty programs in the business. I’d like to thank the people at TOSHIBA for sending ProClockers their 512 GB VX500 for this review. So, let’s take a look at the OCZ VX500 from TOSHIBA and see if it does everything its advertised to do.

Last updated on Wednesday, 08 February 2017 | Read More >>>

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