Reviews

Corsair has revamped their desktop lineup with the ONE i160 compact gaming PC. Sporting an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, Intel i9-9900K, and 32 GB of memory, this new system is more than just a bunch of high-end hardware. It's also absolutely tiny. Maybe, they should have called it Little Mac since it packs such a serious punch.
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Author:crazyeyesreaper
In:Other
Behold! The one true heir to the Microsoft IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0 has arrived: the Pro IntelliMouse. It has the exact same shape as its predecessor, which is great news for many people who loved the original. It features a top optical sensor, Omron switches rated for 20 million clicks, and an RGB tail light.
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Author:Vanir
In:Mice
We take a look at our first ASUS keyboard, and it just happens to be their flagship, the ROG Strix Flare. Featuring options galore, be it via Cherry MX RGB switch options, profiles and onboard controls, or software driver customization over functions and lighting alike, it makes for a strong impression of the brand in the crowded keyboard market.
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Author:VSG
In:Keyboards
SilentiumPC continues to push the boundary of what users can expect in regards to entry-level CPU coolers with the Spartan 3 Pro RGB. Equipped with a 100 mm Sigma Pro RGB fan, this compact tower cooler manages to stay relatively silent while still delivering adequate performance when it matters.
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Author:crazyeyesreaper
In:CPU Coolers
The Glorious PC Gaming Race as a peripherals company is most known for their keyboard, the aptly named Glorious Modular Mechanical Keyboard. This review goes over the GMMK in detail, covering its features, including the swappable mechanical switches, extensive onboard controls for per-key RGB backlighting, and software driver support.
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Author:VSG
In:Keyboards
Noctua's recent addition to their budget-friendly redux series is the NF-P12 series, which introduces a pressure-optimized fan design at an affordable price point. It delivers good performance at more-than-acceptable noise levels and aims to encourage Noctua adoption in the PC DIY watercooling market.
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Author:VSG
In:Watercooling
From the elite family of products dubbed MEG (MSI Enthusiast Gaming) comes another cutting-edge board with unique features and accessories. The MEG X299 CREATION is yet another board that promises to go above and beyond, so I took the review and turned it to 11.
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Author:Black Haru
In:Motherboards
Today's Battlefield V update has brought numerous improvements to the game, including long-awaited support for NVIDIA's DLSS technology. We took a closer look at image quality with DLSS on and off and measured its performance cost.
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Author:W1zzard
In:PC Port Testing
Metro Exodus launches this week. We thoroughly tested the game's technical aspect, on 3 resolutions, with 16 graphics cards, including the whole RTX lineup and Radeon VII. We also have a ton of screenshots and side-by-side image comparison using NVIDIA RTX and DLSS.
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Author:W1zzard
In:PC Port Testing
WD Black NVMe is Western Digital's premium M.2 SSD for demanding gamers and enthusiasts. It uses an 8-channel SSD controller paired with SanDisk 3D TLC flash. Priced at $105 for the reviewed 500 GB version, it comes at reasonable pricing, and offers outstanding performance.
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Author:W1zzard
In:SSD
When it comes to mice, Tt eSPORTS is mostly known for their great prices. The Talon Elite RGB Gaming Gear Combo is no different as it offers mouse and mouse pad for below $30. The mouse features a PMW3325 optical sensor, main switches rated for 20 million clicks, and, of course, a lot of great-looking RGB effects.
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Author:Vanir
In:Mice
CORSAIR decided that a RAPIDFIRE version of their K70 RGB MK.2 keyboard was not enough, and have since released another- the K70 RGB MK.2 SE. This special edition uses Cherry MX Speed Silver switches with a silver frame and white doubleshot-injected PBT keycaps, making for an impressive hardware and software package.
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Author:VSG
In:Keyboards
Team Group joins the TUF Gaming Alliance with a specially branded version of their excellent T-Force Delta RGB memory. At 3200 MHz CAS 16, the T-Force Delta TUF Gaming RGB promises solid performance at a reasonable price.
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Author:Black Haru
In:Memory
The time has come. We're finally allowed to talk about Radeon VII performance numbers. The company's new flagship graphics card is the world's first to be made using a 7 nanometer production process. Also, it has the largest VRAM size of any card below $1000: 16 GB.
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Author:W1zzard
In:Graphics Cards
A flagship without wires—the top SteelSeries mouse is back in a wireless form as the Rival 650. Featuring an exceptional dual-sensor system, main buttons rated for 60 million clicks, a robust and durable shell, and, of course, highly customizable RGB lighting, it's surely a premium product, which its pricing reflects as well.
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Author:Vanir
In:Mice
The Cougar Panzer G is an upgraded version of the original Panzer which combines the benefits of the Panzer-S having additional fans with even more glass panels all around. All that without a crazy big price difference make the Panzer G quite the intriguing choice for those who are fans of understated looks and maybe a more professional work environment.
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Author:Darksaber
In:Cases
AMD's pleasant surprise at CES 2019, the Radeon VII graphics card, found its way to our doorstep. We unbox the card and zoom in on the sharp edges of its industrial reference design in the run up to our full review.
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Author:W1zzard
In:Graphics Cards
Swiftech brings an all-copper all-in-one liquid CPU cooler to the masses with the H240 X3. Out of the box, it offers solid performance and acceptable noise levels with the option of expandability. Not to be left behind in the RGB LED era, it packs those as well, along with Pastel white coolant and various dyes which give users the ability to indeed make it their own.
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Author:crazyeyesreaper
In:CPU Coolers
With looks fit for a king and performance to match, the new Trident Z Royal line from G.SKILL promises premium in every sense. Featuring topnotch XMP specs and glamorous looks, this kit looks great on your shelf or in your benchmarks.
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Author:Black Haru
In:Memory
The NZXT E Series 650 W is a modified and slightly more expensive version of the Seasonic SSR-650FX. It features digital monitoring and limited controls, as well as an interesting look. Read the review to figure out whether it is worth spending about $10 more on over Seasonic's offering.
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Author:crmaris
In:Power Supplies
Cooler Master releases their first mechanical keyboards using the elusive Cherry MX Low Profile RGB switches. The SK630 is a TKL form factor keyboard built with portability in mind that retains a strong configuration over function and form alike via both software driver support and onboard controls.
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Author:VSG
In:Keyboards
The Input Club Kira keyboard arose as a design with lofty goals and even higher expectations from the community that helped crowdfund it. Now as a retail product, it is available in a variety of switches, case frames, colors, and even as a kit. No matter the choice, the final product does justice to light, its name, in more ways than one.
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Author:VSG
In:Keyboards
Cooler Master's new analogue gaming headset hits all the right spots: it's comfortable, performs very well, and offers good value for your money!
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Author:Inle
In:Headphones
MSI's GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Lightning Z is the company's flagship RTX 2080 Ti. Its out of the box overclock is larger than on most other cards, and it actually provides significant performance gains. MSI also added a lot of features for overclockers, and RGB is present, too.
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Author:W1zzard
In:Graphics Cards
The Apacer AS2280P2 is an M.2 NVMe PCIe 3.0 x2 SSD built using Toshiba 15 nm 3D TLC flash and a Phison PS5008-E8 controller. Priced at around $100 for the 480 GB version, this solid-state drive is one of the more affordable ways to join the NVMe crowd.
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Author:W1zzard
In:SSD