Review of the Raijintek Tisis CPU Heatsink

Review of the Raijintek Tisis CPU Heatsink You finally bought that new CPU to finalize your build and putting it together you realize…. I didn’t buy a CPU Heatsink. Well, if you bought a retail boxed CPU, most already bring them but the stock Intel CPU heatsink is a bit loud and does not cool very well, and the stock AMD fans don’t cool very well either. You can use the stock CPU fans for … Read more

Review of the Raijintek Themis Evo CPU Heatsink

So you finally received that brand new CPU you have always wanted and you open it up and taking up 90% of the box is the CPU fan. While it works, that is usually not the CPU fan you want to stay with. The included fans are either too loud or amazingly ineffective, so you have to quickly do some research and find your new fan, hopefully I can help you here. Today I will … Read more

Sumsonic Bluetooth Speaker

Bluetooth speakers come in all shapes and sizes. Some are tiny and barrel shaped, some long and thin, some are designed to fit in or on the ears, but seldom have I seen one shaped like a doughnut. Sumsonic has just that, the LLX-01. Watch the Unboxing Video! Not only does it have a unique shape, it can be bent and shaped into other shapes as well. While only a few will stand on their … Read more

Review of the Thermaltake Suppressor F51 Computer Case

Thermaltake again takes its aim at performance with the Suppressor F51 E-ATX Mid-Tower case. The stock case alone provides just about everything needed, but we are never happy with stock, and neither is Thermaltake.  Let’s take a look at the features and spec’s. ThermalTake Suppressor F51 Windowed Specs and features Motherboard Support: Micro-ITX, Micro ATX, ATX, Extended ATX (E-ATX) Mid Tower Maximum GPU Length without HDD Cage: 18.3 inches / 465mm Maximum GPU Length with … Read more

Review of the FRiEQ KS-01 Selfie Stick

Remember that movie, National Lampoon’s Vacation where Chevy Chase (the dad) asked a guy to take a family picture for them, then ran off with the camera?  If you haven’t seen that movie, you should it’s funny, though I am sure you can’t find it on RedBox and can only get it on DVD from Netflix, but let’s get back to this review.  The point of the flash back down memory lane was the fact … Read more

Inateck Unibody USB 3.0 Hub 7-Port Review

The Inateck USB 3.0 7 port hub in the Ultrabook book owner’s best friend.  Ultrabook’s are great small form factor laptops but are always lacking a port or two.  The Inateck USB 3.0 7 port hub helps to rectify that.   This hub gives you 7 USB 3.0 ports to extend that Ultrabook’s ports.  I can plug the Inateck USB 3.0 7 port hub into my Carbon X1 and add 7 ports to it.  I can plug … Read more

Review of the PNY GTX 960OC XLR8 Video card

In this multi-flavored and Skittles colored array of GPU board manufacturers, it’s hard to find the one perfect for you. Everyone seems to have a different theme and magical offering to get you to come down their line, but what if simple was the best? PNY has never been known to get caught up in throwing a bunch of useless gimmicks but does work hard to give you a performer. Today I bring you a … Read more

Review of the Patriot Ignite 480GB SSD PI480GS25SSDR

One of the best improvements one can make on their computer to get amazing speeds is to replace their C drive, or OS drive with an SSD, the difference is literally night and day. With a mechanical drive, it can take minutes to boot into the OS or to load a game, with an SSD a few seconds, want to upgrade, well read here first and lets see what you think.. You don’t know how … Read more

MiniTool Power Data Recovery Review

I remember more than once losing data on one or more drives and fearing the worst because the world had now come to an end. The worst is when you lose old pictures of the kids, documents that are a part of maybe the new novel you are writing or, the thesis you just spent months working on in college. Many times, the data is gone forever. Thankfully MiniTool has a Power Data Recovery program just … Read more