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RGB lighting effects have completely taken over the PC gaming scene for the past 10+ years, and you can now find components of every sort decked out with LEDs. Everything from memory, to CPU coolers, to graphics cards, to keyboards, to motherboards can light up in just about any hue that you program. So, would could... Read more...
Having trouble convincing your console brothers and sisters how easy and rewarding it can be to assemble a PC? Find new friends! Just kidding (maybe). Rather than kick your console friends and family members to the curb, let them know that PC Building Simulator is now available on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and... Read more...
AMD has two big hardware launches planned this month, one of which is Ryzen Threadripper for the HEDT market. Enthusiasts have been itchin to see a full round of benchmarks on the processors (were working on it), but you can check out our teaser on Ryzen Threadripper right here. In the meantime, AMD has posted a... Read more...
Razer CES 2017 announcements just keep rolling in. The company recently revealed that Razer Chroma, its flagship lighting technology, will now be available to third parties. Razer Chroma news, however, does not just stop there. Razer also announced that it is working on Project Ariana, the worlds first video... Read more...
The weekend is almost in sight, but weve got a fresh batch of HOT deals for you. On tap for you all this Thursday, we have deals on the Dell Venue 8 tablet, a G-SYNC enabled Dell S2716DG 27" monitor, a NZXT Kraken X61 Liquid CPU Cooler, and a whole lot more. Full details for all of todays deals are available below... Read more...
With its Radeon Fury X, AMD delivers a card that offers top-rate performance along with cool temperatures even under immense stress. And in ideal scenarios, it's also pretty quiet. As we noted in our review though, some Fury X cards originally suffered from pump whine, and that was a problem that would plague AMD for... Read more...
Gaming peripheral maker Razer is once again teaming up with NZXT to pimp out one of its computer cases. This time the recipient of Razer's "predatory design" makeover is the S340, a compact mid-tower chassis with 90 percent steel construction for durability and a budget-friendly price tag. This is the second... Read more...
In case it hasn't been obvious enough, in-home PC game streaming is a big deal. It could be argued that NVIDIA was one of the spearheads. With GameStream, it's allowed gamers to stream their PC games from their GeForce-equipped PC right on over to their SHIELD portable or tablet. I admit that at first, I wasn't too... Read more...
One of my favorite companies to watch out for at everyCESisCorsair, as the company doesn't only offer a wide-range of products, most of what's seen is usually really solid in design and instills me with that "I WANT IT!" feeling. This year, the company has announced a newSSD, flash drives, a power supply, a budget... Read more...
Modularity seems to be a minor theme of late, and NZXT is tapping into that crowd-pleasing potential with the release of the NZXT Phantom 630, the successor to the Phantom 410 and Phantom 820. The ability to alter the configuration of drive bays has long been an occasional and welcome feature on any chassis, but it’s a primary feature... Read more...
Unfortunately, many PC enthusiasts tend to skimp on their chassis when building a new system. After all, you can get a decent case with adequate cooling for next to nothing these days, making a splurge on a $200-plus, premium case seem unnecessary. However, as anyone who’s owned a truly high-end chassis can tell you, it's usually worth... Read more...
Unfortunately, many PC enthusiasts tend to skimp on the chassis when building a new system. After all, you can get a decent case with adequate cooling for next to nothing these days, making a splurge on a $200-plus, premium case seem unnecessary. However, as anyone who’s owned a truly high-end chassis can tell you,... Read more...
CyberPowerPC's system lineup just grew by three today with the introduction of its Zeus Storm series of desktops, which is represented by a trio of gaming systems that swing whichever way you do (AMD or Intel processors; NVIDIA or AMD graphics cards). The least expensive of the three is the Zeus 1000, an AMD-based system that starts at $1,429.... Read more...
For as useful as case-mounted USB ports are for connecting USB devices quickly to your computer, removable media comes in an increasingly wide variety of formats. Having a media reader as part of your machine’s array of front-panel ports is mighty handy, and NZXT just released a full-featured one that will give your rig a nice upgrade.... Read more...
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