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Posted by Michael Pabia
on Wednesday, May 25, 2016 - 8:00am
EVGA TORQ X10 Carbon

The mouse is one of the key components in competitive gaming. It needs to be according to one's preferences wherein a slight discomfort can cost the entire game. It is also one of the focal point in one's rig as it is visual seen upfront. There's a lot of gaming mouse out there today and you'd probably overwhelmed with the options just like myself. Most would like to stick to their favorite brands when it comes to peripherals. What if a popular brand for graphics cards enter the peripheral market? Would you try theirs? EVGA is a world renowned brand when it comes to graphics cards and recently they ventured into power supplies and peripherals as well. Follow us today as we take a look at one, the EVGA TORQ X10 Carbon.

Posted by Paul Malfy
on Thursday, May 19, 2016 - 8:00am

With the launch of the Flick G1 Optical Gaming Mouse, Team Fnatic has extended their Gear line up od gaming peripherals. Some of you may have read my review of the Rush G1 mechanical keyboard the Proclockers has recently published. If you had, you’ll know that I gave the Rush G1 very high praise. It still today remains my keyboard of choice for both typing and gaming. However, will the Flick G1 gaming mouse stand up to the competition and takes its place alongside some of the major competitors like M65 and the Deathadder? Let’s take a look at how it held up.

Posted by Michael Pabia
on Tuesday, May 10, 2016 - 8:00am
MSI Interceptor DS B1

MSI is known for great PC hardware such as motherboards and graphics cards and even gaming notebooks. MSI also started their peripheral line with a few gaming mouse and keyboard models. Today, we will be looking at one, the MSI Interceptor DS B1 gaming mouse. Follow us today as we check it out.

Posted by Paul Malfy
on Monday, May 9, 2016 - 8:00am
Azio MGK 1 RGB

One of the most popular features on any peripheral these days is RGB backlighting. To many people, the added cost that comes with it just isn’t worth putting out. When it comes to keyboards, RGB backlighting can get rather expensive. One with both a rugged build quality, beautiful design and real mechanical switches. Well the people at Azio may have delivered that with their MGK 1 RGB backlit mechanical keyboard. But can it live up to the expectations of gamers and enthusiasts a like? Let’s find out.

Posted by Paul Malfy
on Monday, May 2, 2016 - 8:51am
Fnatic Rush G1

It seems these days, everyone owns a mechanical keyboard. More often than not, when asked the brand, the reply is usually one of the larger companies. Companies such as Corsair and Logitech. However, they aren’t the only companies making mechanical keyboards. Fnatic, best known as an E-Sports team, now has their own mechanical keyboard. But can they compete with some of the bigger names in the industry? Will they be another name in a crowd of companies making mechanical keyboards? Or will they dominate like in the E-Sports arena? We at Proclockers would like to thank the people at Fnatic for the opportunity to review their keyboard. Let’s see how it holds up to the competition. 

Posted by Thom Halfkenny
on Friday, April 29, 2016 - 8:00am
EVGA TORQ X5

Today a person has a plethora of choices when considering peripherals. Choice could be considered a founding principle on the evolution of all electronics; however mice have always pushed the envelope to ensure their place amongst modern computer hardware. These essential components come in various sizes, colours, and functionality. Configuration can go from easy to complex, and allow for some truly amazing customization. Not only are they wireless versions, but ambidextrous, and programmable, which goes a long way to please different sections of the population. EVGA has produced the TORQ X 5 to be a gaming mouse.  At first glance, it is very evident that EVGA is serious about gaming, and the larger gaming community, when designing their hardware.

Posted by Charles Gantt
on Tuesday, April 26, 2016 - 8:00am

I have reviewed a lot of mechanical keyboards over the last several years, and the same three factors have dominated my judgement on how well they score. Those factors are affordability, wrist fatigue, and build quality. The affordability has often been the one factor that I have to take away points from because there was a period where mechanical keyboards were quite overpriced. Now that the patent has expired on the mechanical switch design, many chinese mechanical keyboards are popping up at unheard of prices. Today I am going to take a look at one of those.

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