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Posted by Paul Malfy
on Monday, 08 May 2017

Nvidia’s Pascal architecture is the successor to their Maxwell line. Since its launch in May of 2016, there have been 9 different models, ranging for the recently announced GT 1030, up to the two different Titans, the Titan X and Xp. However, no card was more talked about than the release of a possible 1080 Ti. This is due to the 980 Ti performing so close to the Maxwell Titan X, at a much lower cost, and the potential for the 1080 Ti to do the same as its 900-series counterpart.  Well, the enthusiast community recently got its wish when Nvidia released the Founder’s Edition 1080 Ti. Typically, shortly after the reference card release, board partners release custom PCB’s and coolers. 

Last updated on Monday, 15 May 2017 | Read More >>>
Posted by Paul Malfy
on Thursday, 04 May 2017

Over the last few months, there's been a massive influx of graphics cards on the market. However, most the newest cards are on the higher end of the pricing spectrum. But what if you’re on a tighter budget or you just don’t require the power of a high-end card? Don’t worry, because AMD has got you covered with the release of their 500 series of GPUs, a refresh of their very popular Polaris based 400 series of cards.

Last updated on Thursday, 04 May 2017 | Read More >>>
Posted by Lance Carter
on Thursday, 04 May 2017

As professional gaming continues to grow the want and desire to have the most up-to-date gear to maximize your gaming abilities does as well. The gaming mouse is one of the most crucial among that gear. From custom keys, RGB lighting, individual profiles, macros, and more gaming mice are getting more complex. Gamdias is one of the manufacturers of gaming peripherals that is making gaming mice for people to improve their daily game play. They having sent us here at Proclockers their Zeus P1 RGB Mouse for review. Thank you Gamdias.

Last updated on Thursday, 04 May 2017 | Read More >>>
Posted by Heath Coop
on Wednesday, 03 May 2017

With the release of Ryzen and the X370 chipset, we’ve received a slew of new motherboards, including the Asus Prime X370-Pro. Prime motherboards have a much more conventional look compared to their ROG – Republic of Gamers, Tuf, and Pro Gamer lines.

Last updated on Wednesday, 03 May 2017 | Read More >>>
Posted by Thom Halfkenny
on Tuesday, 02 May 2017

The evolution of portable media and digital content has driven the creativity of storage solutions over the past several years. Users want access to their ever growing collections of music, videos, photos and other content on the go. This has spurred storage solutions to keep pace in the frenzied race for the best solutions tailored to the average user, with the intent of making life easier and simpler for everyone. NOONTECH has created several storage solutions, of which their TerraMaster D2-310 will be explored today.

Last updated on Wednesday, 03 May 2017 | Read More >>>
Posted by Heath Coop
on Monday, 01 May 2017

AMD’s newest Polaris architecture has arrived and there’s been a flood of new video cards based on it. One of Gigabyte’s entrees is the Radeon RX 570 Gaming 4G. Based on AMD’s latest GCN 4 14nm FinFET architecture, the Radeon RX 570 Gaming 4G is the highest performing graphics card in Gigabyte’s RX 580 line-up. It’s designed to deliver VR capability, increased level of performance, smooth VR, seamless support for next-gen gaming monitors, and CPU-free game streaming or recording. Furthermore, the model also supports AMD’s newest technologies such as Direct 12® and Vulkan™, FreeSync™, and Liquid VR.

Last updated on Tuesday, 02 May 2017 | Read More >>>
Posted by Heath Coop
on Friday, 28 April 2017

A short time ago we had the privilege of being able to review the MSI X370 XPower Gaming Titanium for the recently released AMD Ryzen processors. Now we get to review its brethren for the Intel Skylake and Kaby Lake processors, the Z270 XPower Gaming Titanium. Both feature instantly recognizable silver and black highlights with a matching PCB and both are designed for serious gamers.

Last updated on Friday, 28 April 2017 | Read More >>>
Posted by Derek Smith
on Thursday, 27 April 2017

Kingston has been actively expanding their offerings of USB Flash Drives since UBS 3.1 became a standard. Today we will be a taking a look at one of these new flash drives, the DataTraveler 50. It features an extremely small silver aluminum body colored accents that vary by capacity. Capacities range from 8GB up to 128 GB, with the 8GB and 16GB drives rated at 30MB/s read and 5MB/s write. The 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB rated at a much higher 110MB/s read and 15MB/s write.

Last updated on Tuesday, 02 May 2017 | Read More >>>
Posted by Damon Bailey
on Tuesday, 25 April 2017
GAMDIAS Hermes RGB Keyboard

To a gamer, nothing is more important than your peripherals. Sure, a big bad GPU (or two) is nice, and a heavily overclocked CPU sure makes it run smooth, but where the rubber meets the road is right below your fingertips. The best visuals money can buy can be instantly ruined if you can’t get your inputs (button presses) to the computer accurately and as fast as possible. Many of the gaming oriented keyboards on the market are monsters with all kinds of unneeded stuff like fans, displays and more macro buttons than letters. Besides taking up half your desk, it can look pretty tacky. GAMDIAS might have the solution with a standard sized keyboard packing full RGB under every key and more processing power than your old flip phone. With a 32Bit ARM Cortex CPU, you can be assured firing off huge macros while running brilliant LED lighting effects while pressing more keys than you have fingers will never cause it to miss a beat. Full N-key rollover and a 1000Hz polling rate means it will never fail to capture a key stroke, even in the most intense on screen moments.

Last updated on Tuesday, 25 April 2017 | Read More >>>
Posted by Heath Coop
on Monday, 24 April 2017

AMD’s newest generation Polaris architecture is here and Gigabyte has responded by releasing the Aorus RX 580 XTR 8G graphics card. Based on AMD’s latest GCN 4 14nm FinFET architecture, the Aorus RX 580 XTR 8G is the highest performing graphics card in Gigabyte’s RX 580 line-up.

Last updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 | Read More >>>
Posted by Damon Bailey
on Saturday, 22 April 2017
Fractal Design Define C Case

System Builders often face a tough choice: Lots of flexibility from a huge case, or small size with a very limited feature set. What if you can’t dump half your salary into a build right out of the gate, but want to upgrade down the road like add a 2nd GPU and eventually water cool? Well you could get a big case, and leave most of it unused, but hey, at least you have options later on right? Probably not the best idea and will probably not look all that great, but if you go with a more compact case, maybe you won’t have anywhere to put a radiator later on. Today we have the Fractal Design Define C – Window on hand, courtesy of our friends over at Fractal Design to check out and see why this might be your next case. Thanks Fractal for sending this over to us to check out!

Last updated on Monday, 24 April 2017 | Read More >>>
Posted by Paul Malfy
on Thursday, 20 April 2017

If one thing is true these days, it’s that there is no shortage of graphics cards on the market. It seems that every week Nvidia is announcing something or AMD is teasing something. However, after the recent launch of the 1080 TI, in the announcement of the new Titan XP, the last thing I’d expected was yet another GTX 1080. But, none the less, I was wrong. But with how much of a beast the 1080 is, how can you really improve upon the several variations of the card that are already on the market? Well, MSI has the answer for you!

Last updated on Tuesday, 25 April 2017 | Read More >>>
Posted by Heath Coop
on Monday, 17 April 2017

Specifically designed for Ryzen, G.Slill's Flare X offers speeds from 2133MHz, 2400MHz, and 3200Mhz. There are 8GB x 2 (16GB total) through 16GB x 4 (64GB total) configurations are available as well. They feature black heat spreaders that are shared with the Ripjaws 4 memory line and a G.SKILL decal on each side of the modules. The 42mm tall aluminum heat spreaders come in black or red and should clear most coolers.

Last updated on Monday, 17 April 2017 | Read More >>>
Posted by Heath Coop
on Friday, 14 April 2017

The X370 XPower Gaming Titanium is easily one of the most unique looking motherboards on the market. It also MSI’s newest motherboards for the recently released AMD Ryzen processors. Featuring silver and black highlights with a matching PCB, there’s no mistaking the XPower Titanium heritage. Built on MSI’s Military Class 5 foundation, the X370 XPower Gaming Titanium supports AMD’s latest Ryzen processors and DDR4 memory up to 3200 MHz via four memory slots. There’s dual Turbo M.2 connectivity with transfer speeds up to 32 Gb/s. Six SATA ports and two U.2 ports offer even more storage options. There dual USB 3.1 front panel connectors along with six USB 3.1 rear ports. The Intel i211AT chip provides high quality network connectivity combined with 15KV anti-surge protection. Let's check it out today!

Last updated on Friday, 14 April 2017 | Read More >>>
Posted by Ransley Garrow
on Thursday, 13 April 2017
Mass Effect Andromeda PC Game Review

In 2007 BioWare released the first Mass Effect to critical and commercial success, an RPG space opera with high production values, and choice and consequences. This spawned two sequels Mass Effect 2 which saw a shift toward action and an improvement of shooter controls and Mass Effect 3 which fans panned for having an unsatisfactory ending. Despite the attempt by BioWare to alleviate tensions and address fan concerns, the future of the series was kept hush until the 2015 E3 when EA announced Mass Effect: Andromeda. What remains to be seen is will a new direction revive interest in the franchise or did Mass Effect end with Sheppard? Warning there may be plot spoilers in the story section.

Last updated on Friday, 14 April 2017 | Read More >>>
Posted by Paul Malfy
on Tuesday, 11 April 2017
RapidX Ferrino gaming chair 01

I’d have to say the most subjective item in any enthusiast set up must be there chair. It really is the most personal item one can buy for their set up. Everyone’s tastes and opinions of chairs differ. Especially when it comes to “gaming chairs.” Some people love them, some people hate them. Nevertheless, you can’t deny that they are very popular these days. The first racing style gaming chair was put out by Ferrari. It was simply a chair from one of their vehicles with wheels attached and it cost and absurd amount of money. It wasn’t until 2006 when DXRacer made the racing style gaming chair popular when they made it affordable. At least more affordable than the Ferrari one.

Since then, there have been several companies popping up trying to either perfect, or make even more affordable, a quality, racing chair. However, most these companies made cheap knockoffs. So, when we were contacted to review the RapidX Ferrino, I was a bit skeptical. But once I received the chair, my skepticism began to fade. Now, after a couple months of everyday use I think I’ve used The RapidX Ferrino enough to give a fair, unbiased opinion of this chair. So, let’s see if the RapidX Ferrino is just more of the same, or have the people at RapidX designed to chair that will stand out from the rest?

Last updated on Tuesday, 11 April 2017 | Read More >>>

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