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

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

Microsoft Officially Announced Backward Compatibility For Xbox One

This time around at E3 Microsoft had one of its best presentations in the recent years. Everything went smoothly and according to plan. Nothing bad happened as it would have given Microsoft another hard time. The Xbox briefing this year had plenty of surprises for the gamer audience. They E3 media conference began with the gameplay and intro of Halo 5: Guardians. Microsoft called this the best lineup of games for the Xbox One. The … Read more

Windows 10 Review & Features

Currently Windows 10 is under development and it’s builds have been available for quite a time now and have added multiple new features with each new release. That being said, I’ve got my hands on the latest Windows 10 build (Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview Build 10074) and I’d like to share my experience with it so far. Read on to know about the major new features in Windows 10.

Microsoft’s new Dongle sized Windows 8.1 PC

This nifty little device has been revealed by Microsoft in South Korea. This is basically what the title says; a computer powered by Windows 8.1, that’s the size of a USB flash drive. The specifications about its size have been given but at this moment Microsoft has decided to keep the technical hardware details in the dark.The device will be manufactured in partnership with Daewoo Lucoms, a Korean company. This USB sized powerhouse will go on … Read more

PlayStation 4: A Year in Review

  As much as last year’s E3 was pretty disappointing for Microsoft, Sony’s E3 however went in the complete opposite direction and it’s only been going up every since. Sony put a stamp on the eighth generation of console gaming by doing everything right for gamers by not requiring them to be connected online in order to enjoy games as well as telling gamers that they can do what they wish with the games that … Read more

Xbox One: A Year in Review

  For those of you who pay pretty close attention to the world of video games such as myself you simply cannot forget the terrible showing Microsoft had when they finally revealed everything about their newest console, the Xbox One. Even before the Xbox One was released the console was already being talked about, but definitely not much of anything good was said especially after what happened at E3 when Microsoft announced that the Xbox … Read more

Windows 10: What We Know and What We Want

With the freshly unveiled Windows 10, surprisingly skipping Windows 9, Microsoft is dedicated to bringing a unique as well as a familiar experience for its users, desktop, laptop and tablet. In this post, we’re going to go over all the facts and details we know so far about Microsoft’s ‘best’ Operating System yet and also tell you how you can get to play with it early. Windows 10 Is Both 7 & 8 In the latest incarnation … Read more

Top 3 Media Players For PCs

Are you having a hard time loading and playing your videos on your PC that you have downloaded? Fear not, there is a solution to your problem in the form of a number of media players.Not all media players are phenomenal or outstanding but there are a few which need a reference and deserve a mention here.Here are the top 3 Media Players for PCs in my opinion. 1.) VLC Media Player If you want … Read more

TitanFall – Competitive Mecha First Person Shooter

When a person thinks of first person games there are a few that come straight to mind, the likes of your Call Of Duty and Battlefield 4 but now we have a new contender with a dev team full of history. Titanfall’s creators, Respawn Entertainment actually were a part of Infinity Ward and they produced Call Of Duty 4 before getting fired. While it’s arguable which Call Of Duty is the best, Call Of Duty … Read more

Tips to Tweak or Remove the Windows 8.1 Start Button

For those of you that updated to Windows 8.1 now you will finally see Microsoft added the start button back, but it is a very limited version of the former Windows start button. Still I am going to show you some configuration options and ways to use the new Windows 8.1 start button and if you don’t like any of the options, then I am going to suggest using the alternative Start button app called … Read more

Dragoncast episode 14: New and Improved Featuring Special Guest Alex Byrom from Falchion Games

It’s been a few months since Dragoncast has had an episode but now we are back and dedicated now more than ever to provide you with episodes each and every week. First off we here at Dragoncast would like to wish former co-hosts Luke Bayliss and Bryce Posey the best on their future endeavors after their departure from the show.  However, we want to welcome our new co-host Dragon Blogger’s very own Victor Salazar AKA … Read more