Fremont, California — August 26, 2010 — Corsair®, a worldwide designer and supplier of high-performance components to the PC gaming hardware market, today announced the general retail availability of the Professional Series™ Gold AX1200, AX850, and AX750 power supply units. These PSUs, which feature 80 PLUS® GOLD certification, were announced and shown at Computex in Taipei, and have won numerous accolades since then.
“The response of early users and reviewers to the Professional Series Gold PSUs has been phenomenal,” stated Ruben Mookerjee, VP and General Manager of Components at Corsair. “We have been working overtime to meet the demand for this ultra-efficient, fully modular PSU, and are thrilled to announce that these highly anticipated products are now widely available from Corsair’s retailers.”
Announcing a fresh new, condensed, and highly portable addition to the Cooler Master line of notebook adapters, the USNA95 (Ultra Slim Notebook Adapter). The USNA95 is designed to further reduce the charging device clutter when a person is out and about traveling for business or pleasure.
Ahhh another news post! If you are looking for a new solid state drive make sure you check out our review of the Corsair Force Series F120 120GB Solid State Drive. It is one of the best performing solid state drives that we have tested! So now onto today’s news….looks like there is a lot of audio reviews today.
Arctic Cooling Arctic Sound S111 Review @ ASE Labs
Nox Audio Specialist Gaming Headset Review @ Legit Reviews
Arctic Sound P531 5.1 Surround-Sound Gaming Headset Review @ KitGuru
SteelSeries 7H USB Headset Review @ HardwareHeaven.com
Aerocool F6XT Fan Controller @ Pro-Clockers
Puget Systems Serenity Custom Gaming PC @ TweakTown
Gigabyte GA-890FXA-UD5 Motherboard Review @ Ninjalane
Seagate GoFlex Home 1TB Network Storage System Review @ Bigbruin.com
QNAP TS-259 Pro @ Bjorn3D
Icy Dock MB882SP-1S-1B 2.5″ SATA SDD/HDD to 3.5″ Converter Review @ Hi Tech Legion
Gainward GTX460 Golden Sample Review @ OC3D
So you’re building a new computer and you want to wire your case to look nice on the inside. NZXT has come out with some single braided cables for all your power needs and nice looks for your case. The single braided cables have started to become mainstream after a few modders started to make their own and sell them. So NZXT decided to make their own cable and bring them to the mainstream. As we all know NZXT has been making some great high end products. I am for one happy to see how these will work out, being an avid modder and custom case builder. With many of these cables to review let’s see what these cables are all about.
We first got our hands on a SandForce-based drive when Corsair was nice enough to send us their F100 solid state drive. We were very excited and anxious to see the performance boost from the traditional Indilinx Barefoot drives we had been reviewing for the past year. Recently we have seen many extended capacity drives, meaning there is less over-provisioning in order for a larger capacity drive. Many people think that 20GB is not that much extra space, but when it comes down to it, it really is. Also prices have dropped quite considerably in the past few months. At the time we reviewed the F100 it retailed for around $400 and now you can get the F120 for around $300! Let’s take a look at this drive!
With Cooler Masters CM Storm Gaming product line on the rise Cooler Master has recently released the CM Storm Inferno Gaming Mouse for the ultimate gamer. The CM Storm Inferno features 11 buttons, all highly adjustable with the Inferno software. The software features plenty of macros, scripts and other adjustments the FPS and MMORPG gamer would need. Being on the CM Storm line, the mouse has to have a great look, feel and gamer touch; that it does with its red/black design and LED illuminations. Read on further to see what else this mouse has to offer.
Well it is finally Friday! That means the weekend is upon us! If you are in the Pittsburgh area make sure you check out Pittco, they are having an awesome LAN event this weekend! Also make sure you check out our review of the JVC Picsio Pocket HD Camcorder / Camera, it’s quite the neat little camera! Now for today’s news…
In Win Dragon Slayer Review @ OCC
ASRock Core 100HT NetTop @ Phoronix
Lenovo ThinkCenter M90z All-In-One Review @ HotHardware.com
IBUYPOWER Paladin XLC Phantom Series System Review @ Legit Reviews
Rosewill RK-800G Gaming Keyboard @ OCModShop
Jetway JNC98-525E-LF Atom Motherboard @ TechwareLabs
Patriot Inferno 100GB SSD @ PureOverclock
Icy Dock MB990SP-B EZ-FIT Dual 2.5″ to 3.5″ SATA & IDE SSD/HDD Bracket Review @ Hi Tech Legion
Sparkle GTX460 768MB GDDR5 @ LanOC Reviews
SPARKLE GeForce GTX 460 768MB @ PureOverclock
GIGABYTE Radeon HD 5770 Super Overclock 1GB Video Card @ TweakTown
Wow August is almost over and we are only posting this now! The main reason for this is because I went on vacation and as soon as I got back I moved so the past few weeks have been quite hectic. Also internet took quite a while to get hooked up at the new place, but we are all hooked up and back in action! July was a little slower month for us as most summer month are, we only had 16 posts! Out of those 16 posts my favorite would have to be the Antec Dark Fleet DF-85 Full Tower Case Review. This is the first of Antec’s new Dark Fleet series of cases and it is definitely an awesome case! Read on to check out the rest of the stats for July…
19 August 2010, Keelung, Taiwan – Lian Li Industrial Co. Ltd. today announces the PC-Q11 under its Mini-Q Series. Compact and light, the PC-Q11 is designed for users who require space and convenience for mini systems. The new Mini-Q series is now available in four different colors, including black, silver, red and the eye-catching piano white – definitely one of the Lian Li models that power users shall not miss.
Dimensioned at 200x326x260mm(W.H.D.) and weights only in 2.42kg, the new Mini-Q PC-Q11 series supports Mini-ITX/Mini-DTX motherboards. For an ultimate convenience sake, users can easily remove the HDD cage, undo the thumb screw, as well as upgrading all the standard parts including one 5.25” optical drive, two 3.5”/2.5” hard drives and ATX P S/2 power supply units. Lian Li once again leads the industry by offering the maximum quality and user-friendly design on its mini tower series – PC-Q11.