Reviews

This review examines the Bitspower Leviathan SF 360, a triple 120 mm radiator with multiple port options, and increased case compatibility compared to the Black Ice Nemesis GTS while retaining high thermal performance and build quality.
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Author:VSG
In:Watercooling
Bitspower partners with Hardware Labs to present an updated Leviathan series of radiators. This review examines the Leviathan XF 360, a triple 120 mm radiator that offers the Bitspower branding, multiple port options, and increased case compatibility compared to the Black Ice Nemesis GTX, while retaining the excellent thermal performance and build quality.
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Author:VSG
In:Watercooling
The Seagate IronWolf 110 SSD is the first solid-state drive optimized for use in a NAS. It comes with the best and most consistent write speeds we've seen in a long time. On top of the five-year warranty, Seagate includes a data recovery service that will recover your files in case of failure.
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Author:W1zzard
In:SSD
Steiger Dynamics seeks to deliver the ultimate in HTPCs with their latest ERA system. Our test config loaded with an Intel i7 9700K, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, and two Samsung SSDs packs all the things enthusiasts dream about.
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Author:crazyeyesreaper
In:Other
The DIYPC Trio-GT-RGB comes equipped with four LED fans, of which three are in the front (thus the name). On top of that, with three glass panels and extensive I/O, it looks to be a really solid choice with everything you could hope for at such an interesting price point.
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Author:Darksaber
In:Cases
The Masterbox Q500L is a compact chassis that still allows for a full-size ATX board. However, that is not what makes it unique. That falls to how this case may be used as both a tower or desktop with the freedom to install fans or liquid cooling nearly anywhere and the ability to move the I/O panels around.
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Author:Darksaber
In:Cases
Alphacool has added years to the lifespan of their current CPU water block, the Eisblock XPX, by offering new versions and first-party accessories. We take a look at a nylon top version, which uses their patented ramp design aiming to optimize coolant flow and thermal performance, while retaining aesthetics as a high priority as well.
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Author:VSG
In:Watercooling
With 750 Watts, the Corsair SF750 is the strongest SFX power supply money can buy today. We saw great performance in almost all tests, and it operates quietly. Thanks to the included SFX-to-ATX adapter, you'll be able to pair it with a standard sized system, too.
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Author:crmaris
In:Power Supplies
If you are a sucker for fast, low-resistance mouse pads and love good abstract design on your mat, the HyperX Fury S Speed Edition might be your ideal choice. Available in four different size variants, it can be a viable option for most people. It has stitched edges and is either 3 or 4 mm thick depending on the model.
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Author:Vanir
In:Mouse Pads
The ViewSonic ELITE XG240R is a 24-inch, 144 Hz gaming monitor supporting FreeSync and adaptive-sync on NVIDIA. It comes with a fully adjustable stand, and an interesting RGB lighting system that can be synced with other components in your computer.
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Author:Inle
In:Monitors
In anticipation of AMD Navi we've updated our graphics card test system using the latest Intel hardware. The game selection has been revamped, too, seeing the addition of the latest titles, and all major graphics cards are present. In total, we have 18 cards, each tested at three resolutions.
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Author:W1zzard
In:Graphics Cards
iKBC adds to their ever-growing keyboard product portfolio with the aptly named "Table" series. The Table E412 is a full-size keyboard that is unabashedly large in footprint, with an integrated wrist rest, dedicated media keys/wheel, white backlight and, for something different than the norm, onboard hardware encryption of the keyboard itself.
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Author:VSG
In:Keyboards
Priced at a stunning $110, the ADATA SX6000 Pro 1 TB is one of the most affordable NVMe drives on the market, and a heatsink is included, too, to help avoid thermal throttling. In our performance testing, we see decent performance that's within a few percentages of other, more expensive M.2 SSDs.
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Author:W1zzard
In:SSD
Glorious PC Gaming Race just released their first gaming mouse, which is definitely among the best mice you can currently get. Ambidextrous, extremely lightweight, with a high-end sensor, perfect skates and cable—all this at a friendly price tag. This is the first product ever, to get three awards from TPU!
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Author:Vanir
In:Mice
The Aerocool Tor aims to deliver a pretty cool feature set for the gaming enthusiast. With plenty of glass, as well as three RGB fans and a remote to control it all out of the box, we load the Tor up, turn it on, and light it up to figure out if it holds up or if Aerocool had to cut too many corners to offer it at such an attractive price.
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Author:Darksaber
In:Cases
Ballistix is now offering their Sport AT memory in speeds of up to 3200 MHz and densities of up to 16 GB per stick. At CL16, the timings are decent, too. Is "Sport" just nomenclature or can this kit truly compete?
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Author:Black Haru
In:Memory
Tecware makes a grand entrance with their Phantom RGB keyboard. Available in TKL or full-size form factors, three switch options, and a modular switch design for increased customization and hot-swapping, extensive onboard controls and per-key RGB lighting, it offers a lot of value for its asking price.
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Author:VSG
In:Keyboards
1MORE just launched an excellent pair of true wireless in-ear headphones—which not only connect wirelessly to the sound source, but also communicate between the left and right earpiece. For $100, the 1MORE Stylish True Wireless In-Ear Headphones offer great value, both in terms of features and raw performance.
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Author:Inle
In:Headphones
be quiet! shakes up the mid-range air cooling market with their Dark Rock Slim. It not only offers solid performance and ultra-low noise levels, but also does so while looking sleek and professional due to the all-black design and lack of RGB LEDs, which will likely please many who are tired of gamer-centric offerings.
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Author:crazyeyesreaper
In:CPU Coolers
Bethesda's RAGE 2 returns you to the post-apocalyptic world of RAGE with new gameplay mechanics, new enemies, and fast-paced gun play. Unlike its predecessor, RAGE 2 uses the Apex Engine with Vulkan, which helps AMD cards gain performance over their NVIDIA counterparts. We tested using 18 cards at three resolutions, including 4K Ultra HD.
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Author:W1zzard
In:PC Port Testing
The Zhiyun Crane 3 LAB is $899, which is the price of a decent camera lens, and can handle payloads up to 4.5 kg, so it supports the popular Panasonic GH5 and Sigma 18-35 mm Art lens combo. It is richly featured and if you buy the full package, you will get everything that a cinematographer needs to start creating.
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Author:erasmia394
In:Other
After releasing two excellent gaming headsets, Sennheiser is at it again with the GSP 550, an open-back model with USB connectivity. That alone makes it quite unique, but does it also make it worth the high asking price of $250/€250? We are here to find out.
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Author:Inle
In:Headphones
Razer recently introduced their Essential lineup with cheaper variants of the DeathAdder and Abyssus mice. This review is of the DeathAdder Essential, which features the same iconic shape, but with a mid-level optical sensor, single-color lighting, non-rubberized sides, and a more friendly price tag compared to its bigger brother.
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Author:Vanir
In:Mice
At $240, the Corsair AX1000 is certainly not cheap, but it is the best PSU we ever tested. Being built on a Seasonic platform, only top-notch components are used, making this one of the most recommended 1000 W PSUs you can get today, if your system needs much power.
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Author:crmaris
In:Power Supplies
The Cooler Master SK621 heralds in their first truly portable keyboard lineup. Using Cherry's MX Low Profile switches paired with Bluetooth/wired connectivity, a bezel-less and low-profile case, and a 60% form factor design, this sub-0.5 kg keyboard wants to be a part of your typing life wherever you go. Oh, and there is RGB lighting, too!
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Author:VSG
In:Keyboards