Pre-built PC’s and home built PC’s can be very different. OEM’s many times can water down components, make upgrading impossible with proprietary components, but they can distract you with AMAZING pricing. Home built PC’s are great, if you know what you are doing, have the time and have deep pockets. You and I don’t get [...]
January 23rd, 2019, Shenzhen, China – COLORFUL Technology Company Limited, professional manufacturer of graphics cards, motherboards and high-performance storage solutions is proud to announce the debut of their latest graphics cards aimed for mainstream gamers who want the best value for their gaming needs. NVIDIA’s new GeForce RTX 2060 GPU offers their raytracing and DLSS [...]
Whether your PC was bought in a store or you built it on your own, you have a motherboard in there. Like everything, there are different types of motherboards and with them different quality levels of motherboards. Today’s review is on EVGA’s Z270 FTW K 132-KS-E277-KR motherboard, it’s got tons of features and specs, but [...]
Pulse, it’s Sapphire answer to your wallet, but is it worth it? Sapphire has created a line, separate from its NITRO series card to give you a little more to game with, with a smaller price tag. Sapphire's catch here is toning down on the LED lighting, getting rid of the buzz worthy aesthetics and [...]
Every computer, even an Apple Mac has a video card, be it AMD, NVIDIA, Intel, Matrox, and so on. The image you are seeing at this very moment on your monitor is courtesy of a video card. Different video card chipsets and manufacturers create all sorts of flavors of video cards, from integrated, on-die or [...]
Glass, Glass, Tempered Glass everywhere, all case manufactures are getting it to now but which does it best? Well, it’s a hard one to gauge because everyone’s taste is different but they are for the most part sexy. Cougar’s gotten into the game with their Panzer case and its nice, functional and its got the [...]
Out of any updates you can do for your PC as a gamer, one of the most important, if not the most important is a video card. You can get a new processor and see some improvement, an SSD and see a bit of improvement, memory helps lots too but a video card can make [...]
Many different video editing solutions have come and gone. Very few survive today’s ever growing and demanding needs out of a video editing suite, though it looks like Wondershare’s Filmora might do the trick as it has stood the test of time. Let’s take a look at what it offers and see if it really [...]
It’s hard to know what a good case is by a simple picture, and so many cases may look nice but once you get them it’s nothing like what you had imagined. I have reviewed quite a few cases, and even one from ThermalTake in the past and I was pleased when I had the [...]
Review of the Arctic Liquid Freezer 240 CPU Liquid Cooling Unit For years you’ve been using CPU Fans and heatsinks for years, but I know you have been gawking at some of the CPU liquid cooling units for years, well I know I have. As those years have passed many CPU liquid cooling unit designs [...]
Hello all my fellow gamers and video card performance aficionados out there. Today I have the pleasure of reviewing for you the Sapphire Radeon NITRO R9 390 8GB GDDR5 Tri-X OC video card. Sapphire being one of AMD’s premiere board partners will surely help to keep AMD’s fire, that was not a play on words [...]
The Alienware Steam Machines are released and you get a good deal of power for the price compared to consoles and PC's.
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 [...]
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 [...]
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, [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Well, you already have the unveiling, now it’s just the tearing apart of the GTX660TI’s stock cooling solution, putting the Arctic Accelero S3 in.
Hello my gamer friends out there, I am here to bring you another video card review. Today’s flavor will be the EVGA Geforce GTX 970 Superclocked ACX2.0. This card has the makings and already the folklore behind it that makes many gamers want it, let’s find out why and if that lore is true. EVGA [...]
GPU manufacturers are hard and heavy to hit you with NVIDIA’s latest and greatest in all different flavors, and with those flavors comes a price. Prices can sometimes get out of control so much so that many of us just can’t afford them and so we sit and dream. I was there for some time [...]
Good day folks, thank you for stopping by and – if you choose to do so – for taking the time to read this article. So we just got done celebrating Thanksgiving Day, here in the USA, and if you're reading this then I believe it's safe to assume that you survived the annual apocalypse [...]
Unboxing and assembly of the Corsair Graphite 780T which is one of the best cases I have reviewed.