Today we are taking a look at the Tonga-based Sapphire R9 285 Dual-X. Along with the architecture enhancements found in the new Hawaii cards, this 285 also sports Sapphire's tried and true dual-fan heat-pipe based cooler. With Tonga's lower power draw combined with a quality cooler, we can expect some low temps, quiet operation, and plenty of overclocking headroom. Read on to see how it performs.
Today we are taking a look at one of Thermaltake's top of the line cases, the Core V71. This full-tower beast has a subtle curved mesh exterior, a fully modular internal design, a massive amount of built-in air cooling, and support for a monster water cooling setup. Read on to see how it performs.
Today we are taking a look at Thermaltake's biggest, baddest cooler, the Water 3.0 Ultimate. With 3 powerful 120mm fans bolted to a massive 360mm radiator and a higher flowing pump, this cooler could start to really close the performance gap between AIOs and custom loops while remaining user friendly. Read on to see how it performs.
Today we are taking a look at Tt eSPORTS entry-level mechanical gaming keyboard, the Poseidon ZX. With mechanical blue switches, backlit keys, a compact, tenkeyless layout, and a more affordable price, this just might be the keyboard that brings over the skeptics and people on the fence about mechanical boards. Read on to see how it performs.
Today we are taking a look at Western Digital's performance portable drive, the My Passport Ultra. This drive offers up exceptional speeds through USB 3.0 with up to 2TB of capacity. Combine that with an incredibly small and slim package and this drive looks to have a lot of promise. Read on to see how it performs.
Today we are taking a look at Tt eSPORTS' high-end gaming headset, the Level 10 M. With aluminum construction throughout the frame, an adjustable, locking headband, detachable, bi-lateral cable, and folding noise-canceling microphone this gaming headset seems to have a lot of promise. Read on to see how well it actually performs.