Today we’ll be checking out a fully modular power supply recently released by Cooler Master. The Silent Pro Hybrid 1050W power supply is 80PLUS GOLD certified, has a 200W fanless mode and even comes equipped with its own fan controller. This is a first for Cooler Master and is even available in two other models, 850W and 1300W. Read on further to see how well the 1050W version performed.
Today we’ll be checking out one of Corsairs latest cases, the Carbide 400R. Most people know Corsair for their memory products, but in recent years they have converted over to Cases and other products. Today I’ll be checking out my first Corsair case. It includes support of up to 10 fans, future technologies and large components. Its sleek design not only looks good, but is functional as well, which is great for cable management and cooling. Read on further to see what else this case has in store for under $100.
Today we’ll be looking at a Blu-ray burner. Not just any normal looking burner, but one that has some style. Blu-ray discs are certainly becoming more and more popular with every month passing, so is it really worth buying a Blu-ray player for your home theatre or is it more economical to put a Blu-ray burner in your HTPC? Read on further to see if this high end burner will do the trick for you.
Today we’ll be looking at a new Cooler Master CPU cooler, the Hyper 612 PWM. This cooler, which is yet to be available for purchase, offers a large heatsink, 6 copper heatpipes and a 120mm PWM fan for both silence and cooling. While its support for an additional fan may give you extra cooling, the cooler might not fit in all cases. Read on further to find out if this large cooler will work for you.
Fractal Design is a newer company that not a lot of people of heard about, including me. Their main focus is on cases and power supplies, but they also make their own fans. Today we’ll be looking at their mid-priced case, the Arc Midi, which features room for 8 fans, support of long graphics cards, and just an overall roomy interior. Read on further to see if this case will give this relatively unknown company good or bad expectations.
Today we’ll be getting a look at another AMD motherboard with the 890FX chipset, the ASRock 890FX Delxue5, which features 3-Way CrossFireX support, USB 3.0, SATA6, onboard power/reset buttons, Dr. Debug, and many others. This motherboard has some of the old, some of the new, and some of the yet to come integrated into it. Read on further to find out what all they are.
NZXT is known for the extravagant, over the top cases, but what happens when they take the same ideas and throw them into a budget case? You get the NZXT Source 210 and the NZXT Source 210 Elite, both which can be found for under $50. Today we’ll be looking at the Source 210 Elite, which features a tool-free drive installation, cable management, and plenty of cooling options. Both versions of the Source 210 can be found in both white and black, but read on further to get a look into the Elite black model.
Antec, the American case manufacturer has a plentitude of gaming cases on the market, all ranging in price and size. Their “Hundred” series takes up a good chunk of their gaming cases and we get to take a look at the start of the series, the One Hundred. It features 8 expansion slots, top accessory tray and large CPU cutout among other things. Read on further to see our take on this budget gaming case.
Tower coolers are becoming more and more popular due to their high powered cooling abilities, while horizontal coolers are becoming less prevalent. The reason being is they just don’t work as good as towered coolers. What if I told you there was a horizontal, low profile cooler that will not only fit over your RAM with high heat spreaders, but also provide decent cooling power. The Cooler Master Gemin II S524 is a CPU cooler that has all of that and more. Read on further to see what all it has in store.
Today we get the opportunity to see a remake of a classic and well known CPU cooler. The Thermaltake Frio, which we reviewed over a year ago, now has a successor, the Frio OCK. With a revamped dual fan design and sleeker looks, it’s sure to be a hit. The Frio OCK comes equipped with dual 130mm fans, six 6mm copper heatpipes, and a Starcraft II design. Read on further to see what else is this successor has going for it.