With the introduction of the R7 and R9 series Radeon cards, AMD has been making a concerted effort to reclaim the attention of the enthusiast market. Given the dominance Nvidia has had with the Geforce GT 600 series, AMD's got their work cut out for them. As part of their effort to beat Nvidia in the performance-per-dollar game, they've released several new cards across a wide range of price points. The R9 270X, aimed at the $200 price range, is meant to cater to the gamer on a budget. Let's dive in and see just what AMD and Visiontek have given us, and how it performs.
Thanks to Sapphire Technologies we have been able to get our hands on the all new R9 Series 270X graphics card with Vapor – X cooling technology allowing for quieter and cooler system than previous. Sapphire Technologies is based out of Hong Kong founded in 2001 and produces graphics cards for PC’s and workstations, motherboards, and more. Further this is the largest supplier of ATI based GPU’s. And thanks to them we have the opportunity to review this amazing R9 270x GPU.
Welcome readers to another review of Gearboxes baby Borderlands 2. Today we get to see first hand at how Gearbox's version of Dungeon and Dragons is and how well they can incorporate a board game into an FPS. First and foremost, I used the software that I did my previous review on to get some of these shots and to actually film my video. I hope you enjoy the scenery of this DLC because I know I did. Their mix of spooky and medieval definitely gave a brand new feel to an already amazing game.
The ASUS G75VW-DH72, part of their Republic of Gamers line of notebooks, is a big, beastly machine promising to deliver big beastly performance. While a $1,999 MSRP isn't the most expensive I've seen in terms of gaming laptops, it's definitely in the upper reaches. The question is, does this machine deliver what it promises? Let's run it through its paces and find out.
Will takes a close look at the Corsair Vengeance M60 mouse, a mouse aimed at FPS/action gamers. See if this one hits the mark, or veers wide.
Sharkoon has been selling cases and accessories for a while in Asia, but they're now looking to sell their products in the west. Today we'll be taking a look at a couple of their top end products, the DarkGlider mouse and mousepad.