Reviews

The FSP CMT340 is not just a smaller version of the CMT510. While it offers the same essential configuration with four RGB fans, storage options, and build quality, the CMT340 scores with better liquid-cooling capabilities, slightly better cable routing, and excellent balance in regards to cooling, GPU, and power supply capabilities.
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Author:Darksaber
In:Cases
Noctua delivers top-tier air cooling performance in a compact design with the release of the NH-U12A. Sporting two of their latest NF-A12x25 PWM fans, what this cooler lacks in regards to RGB LEDs, it makes up for with brown and tan Noctua styling and a premium build quality that is second to none.
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Author:crazyeyesreaper
In:CPU Coolers
The TerraMaster D5 has high transfer speeds and huge storage capacity of up to 60 TB, thanks to five drive slots. Two Thunderbolt 3 ports are included, which should be a blessing for video editing, and you can chain multiple TerraMaster D5 units together to further increase capacity.
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Author:crmaris
In:NAS
It's safe to say that the gaming market is saturated with mouse pads. There are many different types, even RGB-backlit ones, yet Logitech's G240 stands out of the crowd rather well. It's a medium-sized, ultra-thin cloth mouse pad with a rather unique surface type, rubber backing, and non-stitched edges.
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Author:Vanir
In:Mouse Pads
HyperX's first gaming mouse was the Pulsefire FPS, and now, it's back with a face lift, perfectly up-to-date by today's standards. PixArt PMW3389 top-of-the-line optical sensor, Omron D2FC-F-7N switches rated for 20 million clicks, highly customizable RGB lighting, and a robust, palm-gripping-oriented shape—the specifications are stunning, but is it truly that great?
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Author:Vanir
In:Mice
Alphacool adds to their ever-increasing Aurora lineup of RGB products with the Eiszyklon Aurora RGB LT fans. Available in 1100 or 1300 RPM options, these fans feature 16 RGB LEDs to make for a noise-optimized light-show on your new watercooled PC.
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Author:VSG
In:Watercooling
ASRock looks to impress with the DeskMini A300. Bringing desktop performance to a mini-PC, it offers full support for Ryzen APUs while simultaneously having various add-on upgrades for extra functionality alongside plenty of space for proper storage. It indeed redefines the performance one can expect from such a small form factor system.
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Author:crazyeyesreaper
In:Other
Fractal Design has finally joined the RGB craze with the Define S2 Vision. It sports as many tempered glass panels as possible, but still gives you the ability to walk the line between lighting accents and liquid-cooling possibilities. Naturally, all the fans within the case are RGB, and Fractal also includes a controller to adjust the color choices.
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Author:Darksaber
In:Cases
A while back, Corsair released their biggest gaming mouse so far, a truly massive rodent called the Ironclaw RGB. Now, a few months later, there's already a face-lifted version with not only three additional buttons, but also Corsair's Slipstream wireless technology.
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Author:Vanir
In:Mice
A focused, no nonsense addition to the Z390 roster, the ASUS TUF Z390-Pro Gaming promises performance, stability, and a classic TUF Gaming Alliance aesthetic. What does this motherboard have to offer beyond the ASUS and TUF branding?
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Author:Black Haru
In:Motherboards
At $160, the EVGA GTX 1650 SC Ultra Black is priced only slightly higher than the NVIDIA MSRP, yet manages to include a metal backplate and a dual-slot, dual-fan cooler. Also included is idle-fan-stop capability, which shuts off the fans completely during idle, desktop work, and web browsing.
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Author:W1zzard
In:Graphics Cards
The Palit GeForce GTX 1650 StormX OC comes at NVIDIA MSRP of $150, but features an out of the box overclock. It also doesn't require an additional 6-pin power connector, which makes it the easiest upgrade to get more FPS on an older computer without worrying about PSU requirements.
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Author:W1zzard
In:Graphics Cards
The ASUS GTX 1650 STRIX comes overclocked out of the box and features useful capabilities, like idle-fan stop and a case fan header that's synchronized with your GPU fans. In our testing, the card is the quietest GTX 1650 we've reviewed, while running at excellent temperatures, too.
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Author:W1zzard
In:Graphics Cards
The GeForce GTX 1650 is NVIDIA's latest Turing release, going head-to-head with AMD's Radeon RX 570. MSI's Gaming X is a premium rendition of this chip with a much improved cooler, idle-fan stop, and large overclock out of the box. Noise levels are amazing and make the card whisper quiet.
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Author:W1zzard
In:Graphics Cards
Velocifire attempts to break into the crowded keyboard market, especially in the USA, by offering a wireless mechanical keyboard at a great price point. The TKL02WS is a TKL form factor keyboard with doubleshot keycaps, an 1850 mAh battery, 2.4 GHz wireless/Type-C wired connectivity options, white backlighting, and onboard functionalization.
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Author:VSG
In:Keyboards
Digital Storm looks to please with the Lynx Ultimate Gaming PC. Featuring a balanced build with exceptional attention to detail, this fully loaded system delivers solid performance with a heavy dose of RGB illumination.
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Author:crazyeyesreaper
In:Other
The Pulsefire Core is HyperX's budget option for a gaming mouse, but according to its specifications, it can easily compete with more expensive mice. It features a 6,200 CPI PixArt PAW3327 optical sensor, Omron switches rated for 20 million clicks, 7 programmable buttons and customizable RGB lighting—all for less than 30 dollars.
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Author:Vanir
In:Mice
The WD Blue NVMe is WD's new entry-level SSD using the M.2 PCIe x2 interface and 3D TLC flash. With a price of only $73 for the reviewed 500 GB version, it's one of the most affordable drives on the market that still delivers very decent performance. We saw no thermal-throttling, even when fully loaded and completely uncooled.
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Author:W1zzard
In:SSD
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, Team Group delivered.
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Author:Black Haru
In:Memory
Alphacool has updated their all-in-one liquid cooler lineup with the brand new Eisbaer Extreme Black Edition. Offering solid performance while being nearly silent, it is sure to garner some attention. Built with enthusiast-grade components, this expandable offering is truly a beast in more ways than one.
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Author:crazyeyesreaper
In:CPU Coolers
The ASUS RTX 2080 Ti Matrix is the world's first graphics card with fully integrated watercooling. ASUS has managed the seemingly impossible and crammed waterblock, pump, and radiator into a triple-slot graphics card. The Matrix is also highly overclocked, making it the fastest RTX 2080 Ti we ever tested.
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Author:W1zzard
In:Graphics Cards
Control or Speed? That's the question. Razer delivers both with a single product group: the well-renown Goliathus, which is available in two surface types, four print designs, and four different sizes. It also comes with a unique rubber backing and stitched edges for maximum durability.
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Author:Vanir
In:Mouse Pads
The MSI Oculux NXG251R is one of the least expensive 240 Hz G-Sync monitors on the market. It promises eSports-grade gaming performance and a host of other goodies. Is it hindered by its 24.5-inch TN panel or does it truly deliver?
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Author:Inle
In:Monitors
Team Group's MP34 M.2 NVMe SSD comes at exceptional pricing of only $80 for the tested 512 GB version, which is less than 16 cents per GB. This puts it really close to SATA drives and QLC M.2 SSDs, with better performance at the same time.
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Author:W1zzard
In:SSD
The MSI GTX 1660 Ventus XS is MSI's answer for people looking to maximize cost efficiency. Priced at the NVIDIA MSRP of $220, the card offers much better price/performance than AMD's RX 590 and even RX 580. Also included is an overclock out of the box and a backplate.
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Author:W1zzard
In:Graphics Cards