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Posted by James Keir
on Monday, 27 August 2018
Cooler Master ML360R RGB

When looking for better cooling performance, most people move away from traditional air coolers and look to AIO’s to cool their PC’s. AIO’s are a popular choice due to their affordability over a full water-cooling loop and how easy they are to setup. Cooler Master has added another cooler to their line of AIO’s with the MasterLiquid ML360R RGB. This AIO brings that additional cooling with its 360mm aluminum radiator and has an upgraded look with the addition of RGB. A lot of value has been added to the ML360R RGB by including 3 x MasterFan Pro 120 Air Balance RGB fans and RGB LED Controller which controls the lighting for the unit. At an MSRP of $159.99 the ML360R RGB hopes to bring an affordable AIO that has the cooling performance and configurable RGB lighting that people are looking for.

Last updated on Monday, 27 August 2018 | Read More >>>
Posted by Damon Bailey
on Friday, 24 August 2018
BIOSTAR B360GT3S Motherboard

Intel’s home and small business-oriented chipset, B360, was released much later in the 300 series lifecycle than the top end Z370. BIOSTAR harnesses that productivity and media-oriented platform for an affordable but still quite capable gaming platform with the B360GT3S. packed with gamer-friendly features such as 5050 LED Fun Zone powered by VIVID LED DJ that allows full RGB LED control, dual M.2 slots and even Iron Slot Protection for heavy graphics cards, BIOSTAR adds performance and quality features for maximum system performance and stability.

Last updated on Friday, 24 August 2018 | Read More >>>
Posted by James Keir
on Wednesday, 22 August 2018
Deepcool GAMMAXX GT

So, what does it take for a component to be part of the TUF Gaming Alliance? To become a member of the TUF Gaming Alliance, you’re held up to the highest industry standards and it has to maintain compatibility and aesthetic harmony with other TUF components. One of the newest members of this alliance is the Deepcool GAMMAXX GT TGA CPU cooler. The GAMMAXX GT, which comes in at an MSRP of $44.99, features RGB lighting on the cooler and fan, all aluminum housing, 4 heat pipes and 0.5mm cooling fins. With its optimized cooling performance and sleek RGB lighting, the GAMMAXX GT TGA hopes to provide gamers with an all-new air-cooling experience.

Last updated on Wednesday, 22 August 2018 | Read More >>>
Posted by Damon Bailey
on Monday, 20 August 2018
Ballistix Sport AT DDR4 Gaming Memory

ASUS and Ballistix are arguably juggernauts in the motherboard and memory industry respectively, so what happens when they work together under the TUF Gaming Alliance umbrella? Ballistix Sport AT is born. Ballistix Sport AT is designed and certified for complete compatibility for ASUS TUF series motherboards. Dressed in the same striking yellow, black, and grey with hints of digital camo, you’ll have aesthetic harmony with other components from the TUF Gaming Alliance. This collaboration just might be TUF to beat.

Last updated on Monday, 20 August 2018 | Read More >>>
Posted by James Keir
on Friday, 17 August 2018
K70 RGB MK.2

When looking for a premium keyboard, it’s easy to filter out the keyboards that won’t meet your needs based on their set of features. When finally making your decision, it’s often the little details that will set a keyboard apart. Corsair’s K70 RGB MK.2 has the extensive feature list of a great keyboard as well as those little details to set it apart from the competition. It has a similar feature list to its counterpart the STRAFE RGB MK.2 that includes 8MB on-board memory to store profiles, choice of Cherry MX switch (the K70 having more variety), USB pass-through port, and dedicated media controls. The K70 also adds some premium design choices like a full black brushed aluminum frame, stylized backside with oversized rubber feet, and a silver colored volume wheel. 

Last updated on Friday, 17 August 2018 | Read More >>>
Posted by Damon Bailey
on Wednesday, 15 August 2018
NZXT E850 850W Modular Digital Power Supply

NZXT is no stranger to power supplies, having several models launch over the years, the last of which was nearly two years ago, but it is not really what they are known for. You probably think of cases and RGB fans when you think of NZXT, but with the help of power supply juggernaut Seasonic, NZXT is jumping back in the power supply world with a big hammer, or three of them to be precise. Available in 500W, 650W and 850W capacities, the new E-series power supplies feature a fully modular cable system, digital DSP monitoring, and control through its CAM utility, 80+ Gold certification, and 105C rated Japanese capacitors all under a 10-year warranty.

Last updated on Friday, 17 August 2018 | Read More >>>
Posted by James Keir
on Thursday, 09 August 2018
Swiftech H240X3

In the world of PC cooling you have 3 mainstream options: air, AIO (all in one) or full water loop. Out of the 3, a water loop is the most desired among PC enthusiasts because of its performance and aesthetics. Even though it’s the most desired, few people can justify spending upwards of $600 on a full loop. Swiftech hopes to lower the cost of entry with its expandable AIO: the H240 X3. This cooler isn’t your ordinary AIO because unlike most AIO’s, it gives you the option to expand it with other water-cooling components such as a GPU block. The H240 X3 includes everything you need to start your loop with a 240mm radiator, integrated tempered glass 70ml reservoir, a PWM pump and a Swiftech Apogee SKF “LT” CPU block. With a MSRP of $139.95, it’s an affordable option for someone looking to get into water cooling. 

Last updated on Thursday, 09 August 2018 | Read More >>>
Posted by James Keir
on Monday, 06 August 2018
Corsair STRAFE RGB MK2

When looking for a high-end machinal keyboard, most people have a checklist of must-haves before even considering a certain board. For the most part, all of them include: must be RGB, solid build quality, 100% anti-ghosting with full key rollover and quality switches. Corsair’s STRAFE RGB MK.2 checks all of these boxes and also has features like 8MB of onboard memory to store profiles, built in USB pass through, custom key caps for FPS/MOBA’s and a detachable soft-touch wrist.

Last updated on Monday, 06 August 2018 | Read More >>>
Posted by Jason Moore
on Wednesday, 01 August 2018
ProClockers Summer Giveaway 2018 Sponsors

We are pleased to announce the ProCockers Summer Giveaway 2018! Stan has rounded up some great prize packages from our amazing sponsors to give away this summer. There are plenty of ways to enter, so please read each page of this post for important information about our Sponsors, Rules and How to Enter, and the Entry Page for each of the 5 prize packages. Our Prize Packages this year include the Grand Prize Package, which is a full system build, along with 4 additional Runner Up Prize Packages to enter for. We will choose 1 winner from each Prize Package and annouce the winners at the end of the month. We will be running the giveaway contest on Gleam for 4 weeks, which will allow us to help grow our social media pages and help our sponsors gain some extra followers as well. Good luck to all who enter this years contest! Checkout more info about what our awesome sponsors have provided this year after the jump.

Last updated on Wednesday, 08 August 2018 | Read More >>>
Posted by Damon Bailey
on Tuesday, 31 July 2018
ASUS ROG STRIX B450-I Gaming

AMD’s latest midrange B450 platform is making quite the splash by offering 99% of what its bigger X470 platform does, but without the price tag to match. The main difference between X470 and B450 is the latter’s lack of being able to split the CPU’s PCIe lanes to more than 1 GPU, but that won’t really matter here on an ITX platform with one slot now will it? We recently checked out the ROG Strix X470-I Gaming so today we’ll check out the new baby brother and you can decide which one you should use. 

Last updated on Tuesday, 31 July 2018 | Read More >>>
Posted by Damon Bailey
on Monday, 30 July 2018
MSI B450 TOMAHAWK Motherboard

Today AMD releases the long-awaited midrange chipset in its 400 series lineup, B450. MSI has several motherboards ready to go for this more affordable platform, and we’ll be taking a look at the latest offering from its mid-range but still well-equipped Arsenal Gaming segment, the B450 Tomahawk. Packed with features gamers need to stay strong under fire, the B450 Tomahawk comes with six fully controlled fan headers, Extended heatsinks, MSI Audio Boost, low latency gaming LAN and limitless tuning to eek out every last FPS possible from any hardware you have for the ultimate gaming experience.

Last updated on Tuesday, 31 July 2018 | Read More >>>
Posted by Damon Bailey
on Friday, 20 July 2018
Intel Core i7-8086K Limited Edition CPU

Launched in mid-1978, the 8086 CPU with its backward compatible x86 instruction set was Intel’s first fully 16-bit microprocessor. When you look at how widespread the x86 instruction set is in the computing world today, it’s hard to believe it was only meant to be a short-lived stepping stone to distract the market. Designed to be source-compatible with older 8008 through 8085 CPU’s while adopting a full 16-bit processing pipeline, the 8086 was only supposed to hold onto Intel’s comparatively small and much-contested market share until the highly ambitious iAPX 432 32-bit processor design project (initially known as Intel 8800) was ready for primetime. There is something to be said for backward compatibility and the 8086 took off and was quickly revised and refined into the basis of what we all know today. 40 years of x86 later, and half a century for the company as a whole, Intel pays homage to that little stepping stone that propelled them to the blue juggernaut we all know today with the Limited Edition Intel Core i7-8086K.

Last updated on Wednesday, 25 July 2018 | Read More >>>

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