In this episode of our weekly tech podcast we talk about our review of SilverStone’s TD02-Slim AiO liquid CPU cooler, a very cool mobile gaming keyboard from Mad Catz, NVIDIA’s upcoming Titan X successor, NZXT’s new Mini-ITX case & more!
SilverStone has unveiled their new line of Strider Titanium power supplies. As you can guess all of these power supplies come with an 80PLUS Platinum certification. The units will be available in wattage’s of 600, 700, and 800W. Strider Titanium power supplies offer fully modular cabling, a flat cable design, and a small profile at only 150 mm long. Each unit has a low noise fan to keep things cool.
Recently SilverStone blew us away by showing what the possibilities are from a design perspective with an AiO. We were so impressed that their TD02-E made our best of 2015 AiO list. While the cooler was aesthetically appealing it did leave something to be desired in the performance equation. Today we take a look at another cooler from SilverStone, this one wholly different altogether. Designed with tighter spaces in mind, follow along as we check out the TD02-Slim and find out if SilverStone was able to pump some extra performance into a much thinner form factor.
SilverStone has just made some new additions to its Argon line of CPU coolers. These include the AR07 and AR08. The larger of the two is the AR07 which has official dimensions of 140mm (W) x 50mm (D) x 159mm (H), including its fan and weighs in at 453 g. The cooler has a single tower design with an aluminum fin-stack that has wavy “diamond edge” patterned fins designed to increase air-flow/turbulence.
Ahead of its November 2015 global launch the guys over at TechPowerUp got an exclusive look at SilverStone’s upcoming Raven-branded ATX mid-tower case. The case is the Raven RVX01 and it is made to be a more affordable Raven case as it is mainly made of ABS plastic and steel.
This week on our Weekly Tech Podcast we talk about our review of the SilverStone TD03-E Liquid CPU Cooler, how to unlock Windows 10 God Mode, EK entering the AiO watercooling market, and much more!
While I normally find myself in the pursuit of absolute performance – especially when it comes to cooling – for some PC enthusiasts that’s not always the case. Whether it’s space constraints or maybe a massive overclock is just not needed there is always a need for smaller CPU coolers. Today we’ll be taking a look at Silverstones TD03-E. This 120mm radiator based cooler is identical to the TD02-E we’ve previously tested aside from radiator size. Coming in with the same high quality design, fit, and finish let’s see if the TD03-E provides just the right amount of cooling performance that you need.
I’ve said it before and I guess I’m saying it again; I have reviewed a lot of AiO coolers. As the resident AiO guy at ThinkComputers if there’s a new closed loop product on the market it finds it’s way to me. As you might imagine I have seen everything from coolers that are basically bone stock, slap the company logo onto it and call it good, to very unique, well thought out and inventively engineered designs. It’s the later that keeps me going, because every once in a while a sample will come along that you can tell some love and creativity was poured into the design. Today we’ll be taking a look at the Silverstone TD02-E. While Silverstone is far from being a one-off boutique brand, their products in general carry a certain feeling of quality and pride in the design. Follow along as we find out if the TD02-E has the genes of its counterparts or if it’s simply a generic design with a logo slapped on as an after thought.
This week on our Weekly Tech Podcast we talk about our review of the Corsair HX1200i 1200W Power Supply, some new GeForce GTX 980 Ti’s that just hit the market, 20 really bad PC setups and much more!
Most of the cases that I have seen and reviewed this year have usually been what I personally refer to as cookie cutter cases. Meaning that most are generally all alike in build placement and engineering except for one or two exceptions that make that particular case unique, but the Silverstone FT04 is a case that defies this rule of case making. The Silverstone FT04 still has to follow the usual JEDEC Rules for conformity to the E-ATX form factor but past that is where it all changes to pure uniqueness. This Silverstone case defies most of the usual configuration standards and sets itself apart as being a “Case all its own”.
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