Hardware Reviews

Posted by Paul Malfy
on Thursday, 27 October 2016
Deep Cool Captain 240 EX AIO Cooler

These days the market for All in One, or AIO Coolers is growing almost on a weekly basis. However, most of them are just more of the same, and it’s easy to tell. Especially where there are many AIO coolers today that look very much like their competitors. This is one of the many things that set the Deep Cool Captain EX apart from the rest.  With its unique “steampunk appearance”, The Captain 240 EX is far from more of the same. But is it simply the look and style of the block and pump that sets the Captain EX apart from the competition? I’d like to thank Deep Cool for sending us the Captain EX for this review.  Let’s see how the Captain EX does!


Last updated on Friday, 28 October 2016 | Read More >>>
Posted by Damon Bailey
on Monday, 24 October 2016
Panzer MAX Full Tower Gaming Computer Case

No matter how amazing the individual components in your computer are, the case you house them in is the most visible part the first thing everyone sees. As the home of everything except your monitor and peripherals, it’s often the first thing many builders pick out when planning a build. If you pick the container before you pick the contents, you often find yourself limited in one way or another on what you can and can’t install. With the Cougar Panzer MAX, that won’t ever be a problem! With room and flexibility to fit almost any combination of hardware and cooling you can come up with from a tiny air cooled mini-ITX to a monster Extended-ATX with quad GPUs, Cougar has you covered.

Pro Clockers would like to thank Cougar for sending us the Panzer MAX to check out, so let’s dive in and see what all the fuss is about!

Last updated on Tuesday, 25 October 2016 | Read More >>>
Posted by ProClockers Hardware Reviews
on Thursday, 20 October 2016

Using a solid state drive on your PC is a necessity nowadays. Using an SSD improved the overall performance of your PC. While SSDs available today are plenty, there are good options for those who are in a budget. If you are simply looking for a great value SSD, the Kingston UV400 SSD series might just be the one for you. Follow us today as we check it out.

Last updated on Thursday, 20 October 2016 | Read More >>>
Posted by Paul Malfy
on Tuesday, 18 October 2016
ADATA SU800 512GB 2.5in. SSD

In the age of growing technology, gone are the days where an SSD is a luxury. With how cheap SSDs are getting, they seem to me more of a necessity, at least for the boot drive. But what about general storage? Is it at all possible for the general consumer to move away from traditional mechanical drives? I’d say it more possible now than ever. With the launch of their SU800 2.5” SSD with 3D Nand Technology, and capacities up to 1 TB, I think ADATA would agree. However, with a market already dominated by a couple a big named companies, how does the SU800 hold up to the competition? We ran the SU800 through a number of benchmarks and stress tests. I’d like to that ADATA for making this review possible. Now, Let’s see how it did.

Last updated on Tuesday, 18 October 2016 | Read More >>>
Posted by ProClockers Hardware Reviews
on Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Data storage solutions are improving each year, getting faster and larger in capacities. PCIe SSDs used to be very expensive for an average gamer but not these days. OCZ has an SSD for enthusiasts and hardcore gamers, the OCZ RD400 NVM Express® M.2 solid state drive series. This SSD promises to outperform SATA SSDs by over 4.5 times! Let's find that out today.

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