Reviews

Even though its name might suggest otherwise, the Ironclaw is a huge palm-grip-oriented mouse, and it's the newest creation of Corsair. It comes with an all-new top-notch optical sensor called the PixArt PMW3391. The mouse also features Omron D2FC-F-K switches with a nominal lifetime of 50 million clicks, two zone RGB lighting, and a robust, highly durable shell.
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Author:Vanir
In:Mice
SilentiumPC offers incredible value with their entry-level Fera 3 RGB cooler. It embodies what a killer entry-level cooler should be. Combining performance, noise, and looks into an attractive package. You cannot ignore it as it delivers the best performance per dollar we have seen thus far.
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Author:crazyeyesreaper
In:CPU Coolers
HyperX provides an RGB version of the Alloy FPS mechanical keyboard for those wanting the additional bling, but there's more. A new switch type combined with a unified software driver makes for an improved user experience, and optional accessories including wrist rests and replacement keycaps complete the package.
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Author:VSG
In:Keyboards
Team Group's MP32 SSD comes in the compact M.2 2280 form factor and uses NVMe over a PCI-Express x2 interface. Another important change is that for cost-optimizations, a DRAM cache chip is not used, which definitely helps with pricing.
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Author:W1zzard
In:SSD
While Fnatic is one of the most well-known eSports organizations in the whole wide world, many people might not know about their own-branded gaming gear. The Fnatic Gear Clutch 2 offers a PMW3360 top optical sensor, Omron switches rated for 50 million clicks, great materials, and of course fantastic-looking RGB lighting.
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Author:Vanir
In:Mice
Dell's Insprion 15 3000 is an entry-level notebook that remains not only highly affordable after a quick upgrade to an SSD, but feels quick and responsive. Take that into account, along with the surprisingly good battery life, and you have a decent system for on-the-go that won't break the bank.
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Author:crazyeyesreaper
In:Notebooks
The Core i5-9600K may not have the core-count increases of its higher-priced siblings, but it received a healthy frequency bump over its predecessor, coupled with hardware patches to some vulnerabilities. We already proved that the i7-9700K is the best gaming CPU by Intel. Can the humble Core i5 challenge it in this arena?
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Author:W1zzard
In:Processors
If you follow the competitive gaming scene, you probably already heard of Fnatic. The eSports organization also sells peripherals under Fnatic Gear, and the Flick 2 is one of their two newest models. It features a PMW3360 top optical sensor, Omron switches rated for 50 million clicks, RGB lighting, and a massive shell that's built for war.
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Author:Vanir
In:Mice
Steel Shadows is the second game in a series called Ancient Frontier, an independently developed Sci-Fi strategy game by Fair Weather Studios. The game focuses more on the pirate side of space exploration and leans heavily towards fleet management as opposed to the empire management you'd usually see in games like Endless Space.
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Author:RCoon
In:Games
The Mixcder E8 is a pair of wireless, over-ear headphones with active noise cancelling, and a price that's much lower than you'd expect after going over the list of features. Just about everyone is after a pair of wireless headphones nowadays; here's something worth considering if you're on a tight budget.
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Author:Inle
In:Headphones
The Synology MR2200ac looks to be ideal for expanding the coverage of your wireless network. Unlike most other WiFi range extenders, it uses mesh technology, which lets you keep the same network name. However, is its higher price compared to a plain WiFi extender justified?
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Author:crmaris
In:Networking
We bring you the world's first GeForce GTX 1060 GDDR5X review. NVIDIA has recently released a new GTX 1060 variant that uses faster GDDR5X chips instead of GDDR5. While out of the box speeds are identical, we found it to house the potential for a massive 44% memory overclock, which lifts the card to new performance levels.
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Author:W1zzard
In:Graphics Cards
Square Enix has added DLSS support to Final Fantasy XV. We take a closer look at NVIDIA's new machine-learning-powered image enhancement technique and provide comparison pictures for you to check out yourself.
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Author:W1zzard
In:Graphics Cards
Book of Demons is a delightful little papercraft dungeon crawler by developers Thing Trunk. It has plenty of full fat features in typical diabolical dungeon crawler style, but uses cards as items and skills, which are used in live instead of turn-based combat. It's also everything I hoped and dreamed for in such a format.
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Author:RCoon
In:Games
The ASUS GeForce RTX 2070 STRIX OC is a custom-design variant using a large triple-slot cooler that delivers excellent temperatures or very low noise levels because of the inclusion of a dual-BIOS feature, which offers a "quiet" mode. ASUS has also upgraded the power delivery capability of their card to 8-phase with 6+8-pin power input.
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Author:W1zzard
In:Graphics Cards
Nixeus is back in the mouse game with their second model called the REVEL Fit. Is the shape familiar? No wonder as its design is based on the iconic Logitech MX500 series. The specification are great: PixArt PMW3360 sensor, separated main buttons with switches rated for 20 million clicks, rubberized matte black finish, and, of course, RGB lighting.
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Author:Vanir
In:Mice
The Antec Torque is the company's take on open air cases. It doubles down on a compact but elaborate look with the usual material mix focusing on aluminium and tempered glass.
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Author:Darksaber
In:Cases
The ADATA SX8200 Pro comes with a faster controller, which improves the performance of TLC significantly. Especially heavy writes see big improvements with results that almost make this drive look like MLC. Pricing is extremely reasonable, too: only 21 cents per GB. The SX8200 Pro is both faster and cheaper than the Samsung 970 EVO.
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Author:W1zzard
In:SSD
Russian manufacturer Dark Project has arrived to the gaming mouse market with three mice, and the ME3 is first on our test bench. It comes with a PMW3360 top-of-the-line optical sensor, modular shell design, sleek looking RGB lighting—all this inside a quite familiar, right-handed ergonomic shape.
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Author:Vanir
In:Mice
DICE released the Battlefield V Tides of War update today, which includes improvements to the NVIDIA RTX Raytracing technology. We tested this new version on the GeForce RTX 2070, RTX 2080, and RTX 2080 Ti, showing impressive performance gains.
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Author:W1zzard
In:PC Port Testing
Just Cause 4 is finally back, letting you blow up things in even more spectacular ways than the predecessor. The game world is set in South America this time, with beautiful rain forests and mountain ranges. We tested the game on 14 graphics cards, including the whole RTX lineup and the Radeon RX 590.
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Author:W1zzard
In:PC Port Testing
Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is a hybrid mix between turn-based strategy and a free-roam RPG. While it takes ideas from the basic concoction of strategy games, it sets itself apart from the group with a nice sprinkling of compelling story and some truly bizarre and unique characters.
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Author:RCoon
In:Games
The Phantom Gaming product line from ASRock takes a bolder, more focused stance than their award winning Taichi line. With an emphasis on gaming performance and featuring the new Phantom Gaming 2.5 Gb/s LAN, the ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming 9 is designed to be the ultimate gaming flagship.
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Author:Black Haru
In:Motherboards
The Lian Li Lancool One Digital aims to revive the Lancool brand under a new vision from within Lian Li. Aimed at the gamer, but with clear design cues of the parent company and what they are known for, the Lancool One Digital fuses affordability with the design language while adding all the usual features one would look for in a gaming chassis.
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Author:Darksaber
In:Cases
The HyperX Fury RGB SSD features full RGB control using 75 bright LEDs, which, once connected to the RGB header of your motherboard, can be adjusted to the exact color and brightness you want to match other components in your system perfectly.
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Author:W1zzard
In:SSD