Reviews

The COUCHMASTER cycon from nerdytec is all about comfort while gaming on your couch on a PC further away. With four USB 3.0 ports and cable management being an integral part of the design, this provides universal compatibility for the peripherals of your choosing while also having enough space to add in accessories for your phone, snacks, and more.
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Author:VSG
In:Couch Gaming
Score:8.3
The Wei is Mionix's first keyboard, and part of their new "Get Fresh!" campaign with lighter color shades, optional keycap sets, and wrist rests; color schemes based off food items and clean aesthetics inside and out, which make this a keyboard targeting gamers and professionals alike.
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Author:VSG
In:Keyboards
Score:7.8
The Synology DS918+ is the successor to the DS916+ and features a new CPU, more RAM, a pair of M.2 slots, and trays with locks. Strangely enough, the older model seems to perform better in real-life scenarios; however, the DS918+ is fast enough to still meet the increasing demands of a home user.
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Author:crmaris
In:NAS
Score:9.2
The next version of AMD's Radeon Software Graphics Drivers, Adrenalin Edition, has been released today, and it aims to add more than just a customizable overlay. One of the many exciting new features is AMD Link, an iOS/Android app that makes the most of a second-screen experience. This is a driver release that merits the time to go through in detail.
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Author:VSG
In:Graphics Cards
The Antec P8 is a compact chassis at a decent price that comes equipped with three white LED fans, four individual SSD trays, and a 4-mm-thick glass side panel. With its nice and clean looks, the P8 could be a serious crowd pleaser, so join us as we take a closer look!
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Author:Darksaber
In:Cases
Score:8.9
The Roccat Sova MK aims to bring the benefits of PC gaming to the living room, with a mechanical keyboard built-in and support for a mouse of your choosing. It features a mouse bungee, backlighting, a wrist rest, and foam cushions to help make PC couch gaming a comfortable, and enjoyable, experience.
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Author:VSG
In:Couch Gaming
Score:8.8
1MORE's MK802 is a $149 Bluetooth over-ear headset that packs a multitude of features. The company's products always offer a lot of tech at a reasonable price, and the MK802 is no exception. It is Apt-X HD compatible and comes with a decent cable and integrated battery pack.
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Author:Frederik S
In:Headphones
Score:7.8
The Glaive RGB is the latest high-end ergonomic mouse by Corsair. It comes with a custom sensor, three interchangeable thumb grips, and three individual lighting zones for customization. At $69.99, it is on the pricey side, but it also delivers solid quality. Let's look at the details and its performance in more depth.
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Author:Ino.
In:Mice
Score:8.0
Cooler Master wants to join the $150 keyboard market with the MasterKeys MK750. It is a full-size keyboard featuring genuine Cherry MX RGB switches, and to sweeten the deal, Cooler Master has thrown in nearly every feature possible, including a removable USB Type-C cable, magnetic PU leather wrist rest, and more.
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Author:VSG
In:Keyboards
Score:8.8
MSI's Z370 GAMING PRO CARBON is almost at the top of MSI's Z370 offerings. It's got all the GAMING goodies and then a bunch of overclocking stuff and a beefy VRM too, so you can push your Coffee Lake CPUs to the limit. Also included is a bundled Intel PCIe WiFi card.
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Author:cadaveca
In:Motherboards
Score:9.8
The Cougar Conquer is not your everyday chassis. It does not aim for a sensible high-end price tag due to unique features and functions. But delivers on looks first and foremost, with an excellent quality mix and a simple, yet well-rounded and functional feature set second.
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Author:Darksaber
In:Cases
Score:9.3
The Arozzi Verona V2 gaming chair comes in seven different color combinations, includes basic ergonomics, features a typical sports-bucket-seat design, and is priced at an affordable $299 in the US and €259 in Europe, which makes it a good choice for users on a tight budget.
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Author:erasmia394
In:Gaming Chairs
Score:8.0
The Cherry MX Board 6.0 has a thick aluminum top, a technology called "RealKey" for extremely fast response times, high quality Cherry MX switches with low profile keycaps, and controllable red backlighting. Add in dedicated media control buttons and this is definitely a keyboard you want to read more about.
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Author:VSG
In:Keyboards
Score:8.0
The Core i9-7900X is where Intel's new HEDT processor lineup truly begins, delivering on all the platform's three main goals - more cores, more memory channels, and more PCIe lanes. We pit it against the Ryzen Threadripper 1950X for what will be the pitched battle of the $1000 giants.
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Author:W1zzard
In:Processors
Score:9.0
Corsair finally added RGB lighting to their excellent ML fans, and with it added, we possibly have the best balance of performance, noise, and aesthetics. Featuring a magnetic levitation bearing, a fine-tuned rotor for high static pressure applications, and four addressable RGB LEDs.
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Author:VSG
In:Watercooling
Score:9.0
ADATA brings to market yet another set of RGB DDR4 sticks with their ADATA SPECTRIX D40 RGB memory, and we take them for a spin on Intel's X299 platform. With ASUS AURA SYNC compatibility, these sticks have a fresh look right out of the box, yet with a default 2666 JEDEC profile, these are a perfect match for all of Intel's latest CPUs, especially the HEDT ones.
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Author:cadaveca
In:Memory
Score:9.9
The EVGA GTX 1070 Ti FTW2 features the company's iCX technology, which provides a total of nine thermal sensors located at important positions to always have an overview over your card's temperatures. EVGA also upgraded the VRM circuitry to 10+2 phases with two 8-pin power inputs.
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Author:W1zzard
In:Graphics Cards
Score:9.3
Corsair decided that having 12 RGB LEDs on a fan was not enough, and with the LL RGB fans, we get 16 addressable ones split into two light loops. Featuring software control via the Lighting Node PRO, these are all about maxing out on the bling factor.
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Author:VSG
In:Watercooling
Score:8.3
The Wooting One is a long-anticipated keyboard that promised a lot and delivers on every single item. It features analog control over travel distance for two different optical switch designs, per-key RGB backlighting, a software driver allowing customization of digital and analog profiles that are saved onboard, and good build quality with thick ABS plastic and an aluminum top-plate construction.
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Author:VSG
In:Keyboards
Score:9.4
The HyperX Cloud Alpha has the aesthetics and build quality of the Cloud Gaming II, the microphone and connectivity of the Cloud Gaming, but also a brand-new dual chamber speaker driver design. Thanks to its amazing audio performance, it's the new reference gaming headset in the $100 price bracket.
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Author:Inle
In:Headphones
Score:9.5
The Gentle Typhoon made a comeback recently under the DarkSide brand, and in an all-black color scheme too. It was the fan of choice for PC DIY enthusiasts only a few years ago, and in this review, we will see how it holds up against newer fans and features alike.
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Author:VSG
In:Watercooling
Score:8.0
The be quiet! Dark Base 700 is the brand's first RGB-equipped chassis. It keeps the design elements of the previous be quiet! cases and, as it is part of the Dark Base family, is intended for the high-end enthusiast who may love the larger Dark Base 900, but is looking for a more compact choice.
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Author:Darksaber
In:Cases
Score:9.7
The Titan chair is Secretlab's latest release, a chair for users of up to 130 kg (287 lbs). This chair promises to be comfortable after even long periods of use. It also packs some nice features you won't even find in much more expensive models.
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Author:erasmia394
In:Gaming Chairs
Score:8.9
The Crucial MX300 2 TB is the biggest SSD in the company's lineup. It provides a staggering 2050 GB of capacity, which should be plenty for everyone. Thanks to its good performance and outstanding price of 27 cents per GB, this is the drive you want if you need tons of fast storage.
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Author:W1zzard
In:SSD
Score:9.6
ASRock's fabled X299 OC Formula is here! It's that board that can push 4600 MHz memory or crack the OC ceiling on Intel's HCC CPUs, and all that other good stuff a board carrying the "OC Formula" name has always been capable of; this time with less yellow!
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Author:cadaveca
In:Motherboards
Score:9.6