The Cooler Master Gladiator 600 Mid Tower Chassis is an affordable and useful case. It supports a total of 5 fans and has plenty of airflow options put into it. Some of the benefits of the case include cable management routing, front fan blue LED switch, bottom mounted PSU and a whole array of tool-free installations. It’s certainly a case to checkout for those looking for a great case on a budget. Read on further to see the other features of this case.
Back in February we took a look at the Element S case from Thermaltake, their first case in the Element line of cases. Recently they have released 2 more cases into the line, the Element G and Element T. The Element G is gaming case that offers massive cooling with 4 large cooling fans, all of which have multi-colored LED’s that can be controlled, tons of storage capacity with 7 3.5-inch bays and even 2 2.5-inch SSD bays as well as a very sleek interior and exterior design. The Elements T on the other hand is basically a stripped down version of the Element G for system builders. Today we will be taking a look at the Element G.
Today I will be looking at an Intel XMP-ready DDR3-1600 6GB triple channel kit from OCZ. Besides sporting a very cool look, which I’ll show in a minute, the XMP2 setting is actually an overclock rather than a lower speed. Read on to check out the OCZ XMP Ready Series DDR3-1600 6GB Triple Channel Memory Kit!
Let’s face it unless you are getting a new computer you really are not even thinking about upgrading your hard drive to a solid state drive (SSD). The main reason for this is cost, and capacity. No one wants to pay close to $500 for a 64GB hard drive! Because of this most consumers are left out in the dry, but Kingston has a drive that is perfect for consumers. The SSDNow V-Series solid state drives come into the market at a very affordable price, but does have some performance reductions. Although compared to your 7200RPM SATA hard drive you have now these drives are still very fast! Let’s take a look at the SSDNow V-Series drives and see if they are the perfect price performance blend for someone looking at getting an SSD.
Today we have the opportunity to check out the spacecraft looking In Win X-Fighter. Star Wars fans rejoice this Mid Tower Chassis was inspired from the spacecrafts from the Star Wars films. While it looks great on the outside it still makes an easy installation on the inside with plenty of drive rails, Screwless, and tool-less designs to go around. From triangular feet to two external eSATA ports, this case is sure to give you a couple of surprises. Read on further to see what else this case has to offer.
To most people the iPhone is not just a phone it is a necessary device that they need with them every day. The iPhone is also not the most expensive smart phone out there at $199, but if you are spending that much on any device you want to protect it. A little while ago we took a look at Mophie’s Juice Pack Air, which was a combination iPhone case and battery pack. It was a bit bulky so for those who still want to protect their iPhone and don’t need the battery pack they have the Hard Case Plus.
Intel’s Atom processor really made it easy for many manufacturers to make an inexpensive laptop that performs well, now netbook’s are everywhere. They appeal to many consumers because they are small, inexpensive, and for normal computer users they are good for browsing the internet and other similar tasks. Today we will be looking at the IdeaPad S10-2 from Lenovo. We looked at the original S10 back in November, the S10-2 is very much the same as hardware goes, but Lenovo did a lot to make this version of the S10 better. Let’s take a look…
The AeroCool Touch 2000 is an innovative fan controller and temperature display. It features a 5-inch touch screen color LCD which easily shows your temperatures and fan speeds on its two bay design. A black brushed aluminum front should look appealing for most cases. The lockable screen should keep you from changing any important settings on the display. Does the panel do what it’s supposed to do? Read on further to find out.
ThinkComputers really liked Corsair’s TX 750W unit when we reviewed it a while ago. The TX series was a consumer level power supply, but this new HX series is a different animal. It’s a professional and enthusiast line of power supplies meant for overclockers and other folks who needs rock-solid stability and modularity. Among other things, the HX 750W has 12 SATA connectors-more than enough for that ultimate file server you’ve been wanting to build. ThinkComputers has the review.
External optical drives are something you really do not see that much of; they were popular when CD and DVD burners started coming out, but now you rarely see them. Netbooks are the new fad now and many of them do not come with optical drives to cut down on cost and overall size. ASUS noticed this and has recently released an external slim drive perfect for netbook’s, the SDRW-08D1S-U. Let’s check it out and see if it is the perfect fit for you.