Today we are getting our first look at one of DeepCool’s latest products, the Neptwin. The Neptwin is a dual-stack CPU cooler that features 6 U-shaped copper heatpipes that go up into the two heatsink stacks. Two large 120mm fans provide cooling and the CPU block is very thick, made entirely of copper and has a mirror finish. The Neptwin is universally compatible with both AMD and Intel CPU’s including Intel’s 2011 socket. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video!
Today we are getting a first look at one of the largest video cards we have seen in quite a while, the ASUS HD7970 DirectCU II. This video card features ASUS’s DirectCU thermal design which utilizes six all-copper heatpipes and 20% bigger dissipation area, achieving 20% cooler and 14dB quieter performance than reference cards. This card also has ASUS’s DIGI+ VRM with 12-phase Super Alloy Power technology that delivers precise digital power and enhanced durability for stable overclocking. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video of the ASUS HD7970 DirectCU II.
Today we are getting a first look at another ROCCAT gaming mouse, the Savu. Being a mid-sized gaming mouse the Savu is going to appeal to many gamers. It features a total of 4 customizable buttons with scroll wheel, a 4000 dpi sensor, no-sweat side grips and a customizable light system. We know ROCCAT for giving gamers exactly what they want and this mouse has many of the same features that are in other ROCCAT gaming devices. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video.
We are slowly getting into DIY watercooling kits and thanks to EK we have our first real kit. Watercooling can be a little intimidating at first, but over the next few weeks we will be showing you that it is not that hard at all. The H3O 360 HFX Kit from EK has everything you need to get watercooling up in running in your system. The kits from EK are perfect for the beginner as they include everything you need to get started. Read on as we open up this kit, see what all is inside and give you an overview of the main components.
All-in-one watercooling systems are becoming quite common. We’ve seen them in many of the custom systems we have reviewed and many now you can get them from quite a few different companies. Thermaltake is calling their AIO systems Water 2.0 and today we are getting a first look at their entry system (Performer) and their mid-range system (Pro). Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video.
When I first heard that ASRock was coming out with a motherboard specifically made for overclockers I was excited, then I saw the color scheme they were using for the board and I was really excited! The black and yellow Z77 OC Formula Intel Z77 Motherboard features built-in watercooling, an 8 layer PCB, all digital power design, premium alloy chokes and much more. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video!
The first time I heard of the Cyborg S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 Gaming Keyboard I was like “damn that is sweet!”. We have seen quite a few different gaming keyboards here at ThinkComputers, but we have not seen a modular gaming keyboard. The Cyborg S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 has 7 different modular pieces that enable you to configure it in quite a few different ways. Did I mention this keyboard also has a touchscreen LCD that you can use to launch programs, change the colors of the keyboard and much more. So let’s get right into it! Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video!
Hope everyone is enjoying the weekend. Today we are getting a first look at another motherboard from ASRock. It is the X79 Extreme6/GB. The Extreme6 actually comes in 2 different versions the plain Extreme6 and the Extreme6/GB. The GB stands for Game Blaster, which is a PCIe add-on card that gives you great 7.1 audio and Gigabit Ethernet. It is nice to see ASRock include an this card, but make no mistake it is not a gimmick to get people to buy this board. The X79 Extreme6/GB means business! With three PCIe 3.0 x16 slots, 8 DIMM slots, USB 3.0 and much more. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video!
Mini-SATA or mSATA as most people call it was announced towards the end of 2009. It has primarily been used in laptops and netbooks where a very small solid state drive has been needed. Recently with Intel Z77 chipset we have seen many mSATA ports show up on motherboards. Today we get our first look at an mSATA solid state drive, and man is it small! The drive in question today is the Crucial M4 mSATA 256GB drive. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video!
Not that long ago we took a look at the Vertex 4 from OCZ. It was the first consumer solid state drive to use the Indilinx Everest 2 controller. It is the high-end enthusiast solid state drive, but what about the mainstream and value segment? Well OCZ has you covered there as well. Introducing the Agility 4, which features the Indilinx Everest 2 controller and read and write speeds of 420MB/s and 410MB/s respectively. Read to check out our unboxing and overview video and maybe you will see us void the warranty when we open the drive up!