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Posted by Damon Bailey
on Wednesday, 16 January 2019
ASUS ROG Swift PG27U 4K 144Hz HDR Gaming Monitor

Depending on your choice of games or game genera, you probably chose your monitor for its fast refresh or for its huge number of pixels. Competitive gamers tend to favor high refresh rates where every millisecond counts which hug the lower end of the resolution scale. If you like slower paced games with cinematic fantasy or dystopian landscapes, you probably want to see every jaw-dropping pixel in 4K UHD, but you won’t be getting more than 60 frames per second out of your monitor. And that’s IF you have a system with enough graphical muscle to even handle 4K resolution anyway. A lot of gamer’s compromise, a higher resolution like 2560x1440 or maybe an ultra-wide 3440x1440 and a refresh rate in the 100-120Hz range which provides a good middle of the ground approach.

Last updated on Wednesday, 16 January 2019 | Read More >>>
Posted by James Keir
on Tuesday, 15 January 2019
Cooler Master MM830

When choosing a mouse, there are many factors that lead you to picking a perfect one. Most gamers are looking for something that is highly customizable, has a high-quality DPI sensor and is comfortable for those long gaming sessions. Cooler Master’s MM830 fits all these requirements and even adds some surprises of its own. Some of the MM830 notable features include a 24,000 DPI sensor, 8 programmable buttons, 5 profiles, configurable RGB LEDs, and a customizable OLED screen. With these premium features, the MM830 finds itself a little higher on the price spectrum with an MSRP of $74.99.

Last updated on Tuesday, 15 January 2019 | Read More >>>
Posted by Damon Bailey
on Monday, 14 January 2019
Zotac ZBOX CI660 Nano Mini PC

A Mini-PC typically appeals to anyone wanting small, silent and low power for general daily computing tasks. While this is perfectly fine in principle, it means you typically have to compromise down to something so underpowered you can literally only browse the web or update a spreadsheet, and just forget about upgrades. Processor advancements over the last several years have given you the ability to decode and play most of your media thanks to hardware CODECs on the above machine, but not much more. This has been a stereotype for years and Zotac just smashed that restrictive mold in one fell swoop with the all-new ZBOX C-Series Mini-PC. It might be low power and 100% passively cooled, but power is not something it lacks with configurations up to an Intel 8th generation Core i7 CPU inside. Can you really have your cake and eat it too? We’ll find out!

Last updated on Monday, 14 January 2019 | Read More >>>
Posted by James Keir
on Monday, 07 January 2019
Corsair Mice and MM350

When trying to get that competitive edge against your opponent, great peripherals are key. Corsair is starting 2019 with a bang with its new line of mice coupled with a premium mouse mat. Corsair starts their new lineup of products with the MM350 anti-fray mouse mat with its glide-enhance woven surface and battle-worn graphic. The MM350 comes in 2 sizes: X-Large (450mm x 400mm) or Extended XL (930mm x 400mm) with a MSRP of $24.99 and $39.99. Regardless of your grip and/or wired vs wireless preferences, Corsair has you covered with its 3 new mice: the Ironclaw RGB ($59.99), Harpoon RGB Wireless ($49.99), and M65 RGB Elite ($69.99). If you like a large mouse, then the Ironclaw RGB might be for you. It designed and sculpted for larger hands and is coupled with 7 programmable buttons and an 18000 DPI sensor. Want to free yourself from that pesky wire? Corsair has answered your call with the Harpoon RGB Wireless, which promises up to 60 hours of wireless gameplay. Finally, if you require complete control over the weight and DPI of your mouse, they have the M65 RGB Elite. The M65 RGB Elite is built on a lightweight aluminum frame with a customizable removable weights and comes with an innovative sniper button to quickly adjust your DPI when you're looking for that perfect headshot. 

Last updated on Monday, 14 January 2019 | Read More >>>
Posted by Mike Holsapple
on Friday, 04 January 2019
DIYPC Trio-GT-RGB

Shopping for a case can be one of the hardest pieces to buy when starting a new build. The manufacturers these days do not make it easy for us when it comes to this. Features such as tempered glass, PSU shroud, and even RGB can all become deciding factors when shopping. On top of the features, you have to factor in the price, with added features adds added cost. The DIYPC TRIO-RGB-GT has premium features for a not premium price tag. Coming in at $109.99 this may be your next pc case.

Last updated on Friday, 04 January 2019 | Read More >>>
Posted by James Keir
on Thursday, 03 January 2019
Cooler Master SL600M

In a year when pretty much every case has some element of RGB, sometimes it is nice to go back to the root of what makes a great case. That is what Cooler Master has done with its new case: the MasterCase SL600M. It has a stylish design, quality materials, and some innovative ideas. Some of the notable features of the SL600M are bottom to top airflow, a versatile mounting bracket for SSD/HDD’s or water cooler components throughout the case, and a rotatable PCIe bracket panel. In addition to these features, the SL600M also sports a dark tinted tempered glass back panel, adjustable top vent, and anodized aluminum panels with a smooth sandblasted finish. Despite this extensive list of features, the SL600M still manages to maintain an MSRP below $200 at a price of $199.99.

Last updated on Thursday, 03 January 2019 | Read More >>>
Posted by James Keir
on Friday, 21 December 2018
ID-COOLING AURAFLOW X 240

With the ever-increasing clock speeds and core counts of today’s processors, you’re often looking for a better cooling solution to get the most out of your processor. A common type of cooler that people often gravitate to is an AIO (All-In-One) cooler. For the budget ordinated customer looking to spend under $100, you are typically stuck with a 120mm AIO. Even though 120mm AIOs are adequate for your processor, if you are looking to do any type of overclocking, you really should be looking for something bigger. That’s where ID-COOLING’s AURAFLOWx 240 AIO fits in offering 240mm radiator space, RGB newly designed pump, and 2 x 120mm ARGB fans. With all these features, they still manage to stay under the $100 price point with an MSRP of $89.99.

Last updated on Friday, 21 December 2018 | Read More >>>
Posted by Mike Holsapple
on Tuesday, 18 December 2018
Tt eSPORTS Neptune ELITE RGB

After you build your dream gaming pc, the next step is to purchase a nice, well-rounded keyboard to navigate the menus, dodge the enemy team, or even do some homework. While shopping for a keyboard there are certain things to look for. Do you want RGB; a mechanical keyboard or a membrane one; silent switches or loud ones; the list goes on and on. The Tt eSPORTS Neptune ELITE RGB keyboard has those options and then some. Coming in either blue or brown switches, based on your preference, and at a low $79.99 price tag at the time of the review, this keyboard has it all. With features such as 100% anti-ghosting, floating keycaps, USB passthrough, and a detachable wrist-rest, make sure you consider this keyboard on your next purchase.

Last updated on Tuesday, 18 December 2018 | Read More >>>

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