Reviews

Deepcool comes out swinging with the Gamer Storm Castle 360EX, which comes packing their new "Anti-leak" technology alongside solid performance and acceptable noise levels. It also comes with RGB lighting that is aesthetically pleasing and limited to the pump, keeping things a bit more subtle and far less flashy.
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Author:crazyeyesreaper
In:CPU Coolers
The Lian Li TU150 is a fresh take on the TU100 and TU200 portable cases. Gone is the flight-case inspired design and purely functional yet ugly handle up top. Instead, the TU150 offers a sleek outer shell, beautiful glass side panel and an extremely well-built, recessed handle.
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Author:Darksaber
In:Cases
The In Win A1 is a beautiful-looking, compact chassis, that is surprisingly easy to work with, offering an excellent balance when it comes to hardware compatibility while including some nice additional features for a potent, high-performance rig without the frustrations that usually come with an enclosure of this size.
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Author:Darksaber
In:Cases
The T-Force Xtreem could be the answer all the RGB holdouts have been asking for: a high-performance memory kit that doesn't have a single RGB LED. You asked and Team Group delivered once again—this time with a 4133 MHz XMP spec!
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Author:Nate
In:Memory
EVGA's GeForce RTX 2080 Super Black comes with a dual-slot, dual-fan cooler, which ensures it will fit into all cases. Also included is idle fan stop for the perfect noise-free experience outside of gaming. In terms of pricing, EVGA doesn't charge a premium for their card; it retails at $700.
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Author:W1zzard
In:Graphics Cards
CORSAIR finally launches a keyboard with their exciting Slipstream wireless technology and efficient Capillex RGB LEDs. The new K57 RGB wireless is a high-end membrane keyboard with a lot of bells and whistles both onboard and via software, and we take a close look at it today!
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Author:VSG
In:Keyboards
The HiFiMAN Sundara is the name of the wildly successful HE-400i which set the bar in terms of sound quality for entry-level planar magnetic headphones. The Sundara is roughly the same form factor, but a lot has happened on the design front. The Sundara features a new headband, new cup, and new pads, which are more in line with their higher-end offerings.
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Author:Frederik S
In:Headphones
The Metallic Gear Neo-G Mini is a fancy version of the Neo Mini with a glass front in addition to the glass side panel. From the minds behind Phanteks, the brand aims to offer their very own mainstream approach to enclosures, and the Neo-G Mini turns out to be quite the fun enclosure to work with, clearly and unapologetically showing off its roots.
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Author:Darksaber
In:Cases
The FSP Hydro G Pro 850 W is of terrific build quality and uses a modern platform, but something in its final recipe didn't turn out as planned. Overall performance isn't as good as with the competition, and the HG2-850 costs more than the popular Corsair RM850x or Seasonic Focus Plus Gold of similar capacity.
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Author:crmaris
In:Power Supplies
Need a break from the relentless AMD coverage? The ROG MAXIMUS XI HERO (WiFi) is a premium Z390 motherboard from ASUS that promises top-tier performance and a classic ROG aesthetic. AMD might have stolen the show this year, but Intel still carries an edge at the top end of gaming performance.
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Author:Nate
In:Motherboards
The PowerColor Radeon RX 5700 XT Red Devil is overclocked out of the box and uses a massive triple-slot, triple-fan cooler that delivers outstanding noise levels. It's actually the quietest Radeon card we ever tested, and quieter than all NVIDIA RTX cards except for one custom-design.
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Author:W1zzard
In:Graphics Cards
The MSI Radeon RX 5700 XT Evoke is a completely new line of graphics cards by MSI. Visually, this factory-overclocked board pleases with a champagne-gold cooler and matching backplate. Temperatures of the triple-slot, dual-fan card are excellent, and idle fan stop is included, too.
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Author:W1zzard
In:Graphics Cards
Continuing our coverage of CORSAIR's Hydro X custom water cooling products, we take a look at the XG7 RGB GPU water block. It features integrated dRGB lighting, a flow indicator, backplate, and pre-applied thermal pads and paste. Pricing is solid, offering good value for your money.
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Author:VSG
In:Watercooling
EasySMX offers gaming peripherals on a budget. In this review, we'll take a look at the capabilities of three of their mice—namely, the BD-01, V50, and V18, all of which feature vastly different specifications, shell designs, materials, and colors.
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Author:Vanir
In:Mice
The Sapphire Radeon RX 5700 XT Pulse is equipped with a factory overclock and features a much better thermal solution than the AMD reference design. The card not only runs a lot quieter as temperatures are better than on any other RX 5700 XT we've tested so far, and idle fan stop is included, too.
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Author:W1zzard
In:Graphics Cards
The ASUS Radeon RX 5700 XT STRIX OC is a huge improvement over the AMD reference design. It comes with an excellent cooler that reduces temperatures and noise levels at the same time, matching NVIDIA's offerings. Idle-fan-stop is included, too, and the factory overclock nets additional performance.
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Author:W1zzard
In:Graphics Cards
The Palit GeForce RTX 2080 Super White GameRock Premium is one of few graphics cards with a white cooler theme, which definitely makes it attractive to many buyers. The card comes overclocked out of the box and runs quieter than any other RTX 2080 Super card we've reviewed so far.
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Author:W1zzard
In:Graphics Cards
The Super Flower Leadex III with 650 W performs very well in all areas: load regulation, ripple suppression, efficiency, and transient response. On top of that, it is one of the quietest PSUs money can buy today and has two EPS connectors for power hungry CPUs and mainboards.
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Author:crmaris
In:Power Supplies
The Cooler Master Mastercase H500 represents the base mass-market model at the center of the H-series. With a price tag of around $100 versus $200 or more for the fancier variants, the classic H500 comes with a well-rounded set of features and retains the main design elements of the series very well. As such, you would never have to feel bad for having gone for the less elaborate option.
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Author:Darksaber
In:Cases
Apacer is targeting the premium memory market with the NOX RGB DDR4 Gaming Memory kit. Boasting up to 32 GB at 3200 MHz and a premium aesthetic, the Apacer NOX RGB has plenty to catch your attention. Does it have the performance to keep it?
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Author:Nate
In:Memory
The EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Super FTW3 Ultra comes with a large triple-slot, triple-fan cooling solution that includes the idle-fan-stop feature. Out of the box, the card is overclocked, and the power limit has been raised as well. In our testing, the FTW3 runs cooler than any other RTX 2080 Super we've reviewed so far.
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Author:W1zzard
In:Graphics Cards
Corsair introduces their least-expensive gaming headset to date, the HS35 Stereo. It's a simple analog multi-platform headset that does a very good job of justifying its modest $40 price tag.
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Author:Inle
In:Headphones
Cooler Master goes all-in when it comes to RGB lighting with the MasterLiquid ML240P Mirage. This latest all-in-one liquid cooler comes with an illuminated, transparent pump design alongside a healthy assortment of lighting modes to go with its low-noise operation and solid performance.
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Author:crazyeyesreaper
In:CPU Coolers
Zotac's GeForce RTX 2060 Super Mini is priced at $400, matching the NVIDIA Founders Edition. As the name suggests, it is a bit shorter than the FE, which should help improve compatibility with smaller cases. Unfortunately, the card isn't overclocked, and its power limit isn't increased either.
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Author:W1zzard
In:Graphics Cards
The SilentiumPC Armis AR7 TG RGB is the souped-up version of the traditional AR7, with tempered glass, an RGB fan, and RGB LED strips built right into the chassis. With a jam-packed feature set and an interesting price tag, the chassis is an interesting foray into SilentiumPC's design choices.
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Author:Darksaber
In:Cases