Today we are taking a look at the P9X79-E WS motherboard from ASUS. This socket 2011 board packs in more features than any other board on the market. You get the ability to run both Core i7 and Xeon processors, up to 7 GPUs (including quad SLI/CrossfireX at full x16), 8 sticks of RAM, and a plethora of SATA, USB, and I/O ports. Read on to see how it performed.
Today we are taking a look at the R9 290X Tri-X from Sapphire. The 290X is known to run extremely hot and throttle down, so to keep this beast cool Sapphire designed a massive triple fan cooler that promises to keep the temps low and prevent the performance loss from throttling. Read on to see how it performed.
Six cores, twelve threads, 3.6 GHz base, 4 GHz turbo, 15 MB of cache, quad-channel memory, and a 22nm die. The specs speak for themselves, the Intel Core i7-4960X is a monster.
By now everyone knows Core i7 means performance. And when you tack that one little “X” to the end it goes from the best to the best-of-the-best. For those that may not be familiar with the naming scheme, the X means Extreme which is Intel’s halo product. It is a no compromises top-of-the-line processor, and is unmatched by any other.
Today we are going to assemble and show off our monster build. With a sky-high overclock and benchmarks that blow away the competition, this machine truly is a beast.
For those that are known to abuse their phones more than others, LifeProof has the case for you. You get protection from impact, water, and dirt without all the weight and extra bulk of the other cases on the market. Read on to see how it performs.
Today we are introducing the TechwareLabs Monster Build. With some of the fastest parts on the market, this machine is sure to be a beast. In this section we are taking a quick look at the core components.