Rosewill, the recipient of multiple awards for their innovative power supplies, has decided to hold nothing back and has just unleashed a new member of their 80 Plus certified power supplies, and it’s a monster. Joining the Rosewill power supply family such as Tachyon, FORTRESS, CAPSTONE, HIVE and SilentNight, Rosewill is proud to present, HERCULES, 1600W of raw power. The most powerful power supply Rosewill has released and it’s built ready to power the biggest, toughest, and most Extreme Ultimate PC Gaming Enthusiast machine.
When building a new system I think one of the hardest things to decide on is your case. It is something you are going to have to look at every day and something you may want to show off at a LAN party. With that said many people do not have the money for a flashy over-the-top computer case. Many people would rather have a functional case than one that looks cool. The Rosewill R5 Mid Tower Case comes in at about $70 and features 3 included fans, fan controller, USB 3.0 support and removable air filters. Is the case for your next build? Read on and find out!
What is a gaming keyboard? What specific requirements does a keyboard have before it’s considered in the “gaming” category? There is only one thing. Yeah, a lot of people will tell you different things like, a specific number of anti-ghosting key suppression (roll over), or the fact that it features mechanical key switches, or that the keys themselves light up, but none of these things are correct. Marketing is the only thing that defines a device as a gaming keyboard. Marketing and marketing alone is the only requirement for a regular keyboard to make the jump from standard desktop keyboard to a “gaming” one. In steps the Rosewill RK-8100. Rosewill’s claim to the best bang for buck when it comes to gaming keyboards.
We all know Rosewill as Newegg’s house brand. They made all different types of products from cases to network adapters. What’s great about Rosewill is many of their products are very low cost and help you save money when you are building a new system. Today we are taking a look at one of the largest Rosewill products we have ever looked at. The Thor V2 is a Full Tower case that is ready for your gaming system. It supports XL-ATX motherboards, has three 230mm fans and one 140mm fan included, supports long video cards up to 330mm and has room for 8 hard drives! Did we mention we were sent the white version which looks awesome!
It has been quite sometime since we have taken a look at a product from Rosewill, today we are checking out one of the largest! The Rosewill Thor V2 is a full tower case with all of the features you would want in a full tower case and many more. The case can fit XL-ATX motherboards, has 10 expansion slots, has three 230mm fans and a single 140mm fan, supports long video cards up to 330mm, a dual fan controller and much more! Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video!
Rosewill is primarily known for its affordable chassis, power supplies, and networking products. We ventured to the company’s suite to check out the new Blackhawk chassis, capable of housing an HPTX motherboard, and several other chassis, new and old. We also check out the company’s new laptop cooling devices, 80PLUS certified power supplies, and new 300 Mbps Wireless N routers and adapters. Listen in on ThinkComputers’ Colin Dean in this video overview of these products from CES 2012.
We mainly have been reviewing Rosewill computer cases and power supplies, but they make a whole plethora of other products ranging from CPU coolers to card readers. Rosewill’s whole thing is to create quality made products and offer them at an affordable price. Today we will be looking at the RX355-X2 hard drive enclosure, which features both eSATA and USB connections. Rosewill is offering it for $39.99, which is a great price. Let’s see if you are getting your money’s worth…