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Monster Gratitude In-Ear Headphones

Do you consider yourself an audiophile? Do you just so happen to have $200 laying around and can't stand it? If you answered 'yes' to either of those questions, stop whatever you're doing and go grab Monster Cable's new Gratitude headphones right now

Griffin Helo TC RC Helicopter Review

With their new Helo TC RC Helicopter, Griffin aims to improve upon the general formula for indoor RC helicopters by swapping out an iOS device for the standard RC remote. The end result is a bit of a letdown, but the brilliance Griffin aimed for can still be seen, though it is obscured by a few glaring issues.

Sapphire Radeon HD 6870 Dirt 3 Edition

The Sapphire Radeon HD 6870 is a video card targeted at the mid-range market with a price point below $200. As such, it stands to reason that the 6870 should perform as an excellent upgrade for anyone looking to beef up a rig that has begun to show its age. With this in mind, the test system used for the 6870 will be something a typical user could expect to have built four to five years ago.

Tt eSports Shock Spin Gaming Headphones

A good headset is an essential part of your gaming experience. Not only for the immersion into the environment but it also aids in that pinpoint accuracy when trying to locate your enemy. Tt eSports has sent us their Shock Spin headset, a lightweight set which produces good audio. Read our review to find out if it passes our inspection.

Corsair Hydro Series H80 High Performance Liquid CPU Cooler Review

The Corsair H80 is an all-in-one water cooling solution for the CPU, boasting high efficiency cooling at an extremely reasonable price (under $100 at most retailers) for a water cooling setup. We take a look at cooling efficiency, setup, and use of the system in our detailed analysis.

How to Overclock Your Computer 101

Even amongst computer hardware enthusiasts, overclocking is a subject that is not always completely understood. At the most basic level, overclocking is merely making hardware such as the CPU or RAM run at clock speeds that are above stock. This allows the user to achieve an increase in performance without spending extra money on faster parts. Follow our guide and learn the basics about overclocking.