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TechPowerUp Four For All
be quiet! Power Zone 850W PS

"be quiet! has gained a good reputation among noise-sensitive users who also treasure reliability and high performance. We will review the Power Zone 850 W: It is the second strongest of its line, offers a fully modular design, and sports Bronze efficiency. This PSU is also equipped with a high quality SilentWings fan."

Cambridge Audio DacMagic XS

"Cambridge Audio is a well-known brand in the world of HiFi. Today, we take a look at the newest addition to their extensive line-up of DACs and amplifiers. The new DacMagic XS is a matchbox-sized DAC/amp with plenty of power for normal headphones. We take it for a spin with several headphones to see how it performs."

Corsair Obsidian 450D Case

"The Corsair 450D is the smallest of the Obsidian family, yet offers the same cool and clean looks, a potent feature set all at a price tag of 120 USD - which is 20 dollars less than the 550D, but also 20 dollars more than the 350D. Is there enough room for the 450D to fill such a gap, or will it end up taking the wind out of either neighbors in the case family?"

Biostar Hi-Fi A88W 3D MB

"We take our first look at AMD's FM2+ platform with a value-oriented product from Biostar that boasts some upgraded audio abilities. The Biostar Hi-Fi A88W 3D comes with the focus and feature set that has become Biostar's calling, as the company has its own take on entry-level enthusiast designs."
Posted by JimAdkins on Tuesday, April 01, 2014 @ 02:20:16 PDT (871 reads)
Evening Reading
"The Spin Chill is a waterproof, handheld gadget that’s able to chill any can or bottle to an ideal low temperature in less than a minute—provided you have a container of ice or ice water to spin it in. The device has a rotor on one end that clamps onto the beverage container of your choice, and a trigger to activate it. All you have to do is submerge your beer, wine, or soda in a bucket of ice and pull the trigger. The Spin Chill rapidly spins the can or bottle, and through convection transfers of heat from the inside of the beverage to the outside. According to Spin Chill's creators, this cools the drink down 20 times faster than standard refrigeration—in as little as 30 seconds."
Posted by JimAdkins on Thursday, March 27, 2014 @ 20:27:54 PDT (865 reads)
Pure Overclock Two For One
Cambridge Audio DacMagic XS

“As we all know, digital audio has been around for awhile and is practically a standard on most of our audio devices. Unfortunately, there are still select motherboards out there that don’t offer a digital output, so we’re stuck using an analog connection and laptops that only offer an analog audio jack. Cambridge Audio has the solution with their DacMagic XS. It’s a pocket size device that connects via any USB port and converts the audio to a digital signal.”

Rapoo 7100P Mouse

“Today we have a chance to review the Rapoo 7100P Wireless Mouse with adjustable DPI. Despite the difference in DPI, the other major difference is that this new product utilizes optical sensors rather than laser internals. This has several pros and cons, which we’ll discuss in more detail, but the overarching point to realize here is you get nearly the same mouse for less money. We’re certainly fans of getting good value, so let’s take a closer look at the Rapoo 7100P and find out if it’s really is a bargain.”
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, March 24, 2014 @ 14:52:00 PDT (853 reads)
OC Inside Two For One
Cooler Master CM 690 III Case

"Almost 4 years ago, we tested the Cooler Master CM 690 II Advanced chassis and after some variations of the award winning Mid-Tower, the new CM 690 III is now published by Cooler Master, which we tested in this review. However it quickly became clear that this CM 690 III offers in comparison to the CM 690 II predecessor not only improvements."

ASRock, Biostar, ECS & Gigabyte BIOS Downloads

" published a BIOS download list with the latest BIOS versions for ASRock, Biostar, ECS Elitegroup and Gigabyte Motherboards."
Posted by JimAdkins on Thursday, March 20, 2014 @ 07:50:36 PDT (809 reads)
Heaven Media Two For One
Zotac Zbox Plus AQ02 Nano

"Today ZOTAC release the latest in their ZBOX Nano range, the ZBOX Nano AQ02. Palm sized and featuring an AMD APU we have the Plus version on our test bench for a quick look."

Corsair Raptor K40 Keyboard

"Today's product takes the rubber/membrane approach for keys and prices it at a competitive $70/£55 with a number of gamer and media features built in. Enter the Corsair Raptor K40..."
Posted by JimAdkins on Wednesday, March 19, 2014 @ 10:03:29 PDT (857 reads)
Nikktech Two For One
Thermalright HR-22 Passive CPU Cooler

"If i had to pick a single thing that it's quite obvious that all consumers including myself would like to have that is a completely silent system however especially for overclockers and perhaps even serious gamers that’s not really possible. Of course technology keeps evolving and with it so does everything else so to be completely fair we have come a long way since even just a decade ago but we've still to reach a point where we can have powerful whisper-quiet systems (at least not without spending a respectable amount of cash in the process). Tower CPU Coolers have been around for many years now but with just a few exceptions most of them use one or more high RPM fans to increase their cooling efficiency. Thermalright is not one of the leading CPU Cooler manufacturers over a decade now for no reason at all so they know very well what steps they need to take and in what areas they need to focus in order to release a high performance solution and the latest HR22 is the result of all their combined experience."

Attitude One Almaz Headphones

"Although i do enjoy listening to my favorite tunes while on the road in my car with the volume turned all the way up i can't say that i feel just as comfortable doing so when I’m on foot since where i live people tend to stare if they see you wearing headphones especially if it's a bulky model. Because of that I’m always trying to use the smallest headphones i can get my hands on without of course compromising on sound quality at the same time (doing so would be like missing the point). Unfortunately small headphones equal to small earcups and small earcups in turn equal to small driver units used (at least the majority of times) which naturally can't perform exactly like the ones used in larger models so up till this day i have yet to find the perfect headphones for me. Well the people over at Attitude One seem quite confident that they can change that with their brand new Almaz Stylish Headphones."
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, March 17, 2014 @ 20:54:58 PDT (869 reads)
Bitcoin Creator Found?
"Controversy is surrounding claims by Newsweek to have found the creator of the Bitcoin virtual currency. It was assumed that the name behind Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, was a pseudonym for the group of coders who developed the system. Now Newsweek claims Dorian S Nakamoto, a 64-year-old model train enthusiast who lives on the outskirts of Los Angeles, is the creator. However, he denied his involvement in an interview with the Associated Press. Mr Nakamoto said he hadn't heard of the cryptocurrency until his son told him about it after being contacted by a reporter."
Posted by JimAdkins on Thursday, March 06, 2014 @ 19:17:34 PST (850 reads)
Evening Reading
"Mozilla is investigating reports that Dell is charging users with new computers to install the Firefox browser. One user told the Register website that he had been asked to pay £16.25 to have the browser installed. Firefox is a free, open-source piece of software that can be installed by anyone in about 10 minutes."
Posted by JimAdkins on Thursday, March 06, 2014 @ 19:04:56 PST (920 reads)
MSI Twin Frozr Gaming GeForce GTX 780 Ti OC
For those of you with deep pockets OC Inside tests the MSI Twin Frozr Gaming GeForce GTX 780 Ti OC video card today.

"Today, at there is a test of the MSI Twin Frozr Gaming GTX 780 Ti OC Edition graphics card. High-performance graphics cards are and will remain expensive. But gamers do almost everything to play their favorite game in FullHD with full details and 120 FPS."
Posted by JimAdkins on Wednesday, February 26, 2014 @ 19:21:03 PST (856 reads)
Legit Reviews Two For One
Get More Performance From The Intel NUC

"There is a fine line that all manufacturers must be watch when it comes to having the right balance between energy-efficiency and performance. Intel’s motherboards have always been conservative when it comes to overclocking or pushing a system beyond its originally designed plans. We recently ran across a BIOS setting on the Intel NUC that allows you to unlock the graphics performance of this platform. It isn’t every day that you find a BIOS setting that allows you to boost performance by over 30% and it got us excited and wanted to share it with out readers."

NZXT H440 White Mid-Tower Case

"NZXT really wanted to make a bold statement with their upcoming mid-tower H440 chassis. Outside of the minimalistic design, they minimized – or should I say eliminated – something that many of us have come accustom to: 5.25” drive bays. This means no more optical drives in NZXT’s eyes with this one! Can you imagine a desktop PC without an optical drive? I’m sure there are plenty of people out there that cannot, but I most certainly can. Read on to learn more about this new chassis!"
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, February 24, 2014 @ 15:54:32 PST (893 reads)
X-bit labs Two For One
Gigabyte GA-Z87X-OC Motherboard

"Gigabyte GA-Z87X-OC motherboard is targeted for open testbeds and overclocking experiments. That is why it has a bunch of special and very interesting distinctive features. But this mainboard is not optimal for ordinary desktops and in this review we tell you why."

OCZ Vector 150 & OCZ Vertex 460 SSD

"As OCZ had acquired by Toshiba Corporation, their consumer SSD lineup have remade by using a Toshiba’s 19-nm flash memory. That is why Vector 150 and Vertex 460 were introduced. But have the new products gotten any better with new MLC NAND inside?"
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, February 24, 2014 @ 15:47:34 PST (815 reads)
Lan OC Two For One
MSI R9 290 Gaming

"When it comes to video cards, there is only so much that a manufacturer can do to set themselves apart from the competition. Cooling, overclocking, and styling are three of the biggest things that can set cards apart. Without exception MSI has done extremely well at this in the past with their Twin Frozr cooling and their Gaming series of cards. Today I have the chance to take a look at their latest model, the R9 290 Gaming. Today I am going to see how well the Twin Frozr cooling performs on the warm R9 290 GPU and also find out if they are still able to stand up to the competition."

Sapphire R7 260X 2GB OC

"Let’s be honest, not everyone can afford the latest and greatest. The mid-range video cards paired up with a cheap CPU is what most people start with in PC gaming. At our last LAN Sapphire was setup and gaming on a perfect example of a great budget build. When they asked if we would be interested in taking a look at their new R7 260X I couldn’t wait to see what kind of gaming experience you can get without breaking the bank. Let’s dig in and see what the card is all about and find out if it should be in your next budget build!"
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, February 24, 2014 @ 15:30:32 PST (853 reads)
Madshrimps Two For One
Gigabyte mITX Z87N-WIFI Motherboard

"That small doesn't always imply slow or less strong has been shown by the ASUS Maximus VI Impact board. Setting several records with an Intel's Haswell CPU in the socket, the little mITX board has proven it has nothing to fear from its normal sized brethren, however the biggest drawback is the insane price tag, which makes it far less interesting for those that want to build a HTPC or mini gaming PC on a budget. The market has evolved in favor of the mATX and mITX platforms; demands for small yet powerful mini PCs is drastically increasing. Gigabyte's Z87N-WIFI is a perfect example that including Intel's flagship Z87 chipset does not necessarily imply an exuberantly elevated price, however is a high end chipset a requirement for most users out there? Time to unravel some of the myths and start to explore the wonderful world of the Gigabyte Z87N-WiFi mITX."

SteelSeries Siberia Elite Headset

"The latest Siberia Elite high-end headset from SteelSeries has picked up some of the elements of the V2 series and improved quite a bit. Distinctive elements could be considered the large and comfortable ear cup padding, the funky lighting but also the dedicated sound card which works hand-in-hand with the Engine 3 software."
Posted by JimAdkins on Sunday, February 23, 2014 @ 16:50:37 PST (848 reads)
Microsoft Cuts Windows Price 70%
"Microsoft Corp. is cutting the price of Windows 8.1 by 70 percent for makers of low-cost computers and tablets as they try to fend off cheaper rivals like Google Inc. Chromebooks, people familiar with the program said. Manufacturers will be charged $15 to license Windows 8.1 and preinstall it on devices that retail for less than $250, instead of the usual fee of $50, said the people, who asked not to be named because the details aren’t public."
Posted by JimAdkins on Sunday, February 23, 2014 @ 15:52:51 PST (841 reads)
SteelSeries 9H Headset Two For One

"Now as many of you know the market is filled with 5.1/7.1 virtual surround headsets most of which are no better than your average stereo headset however from time to time we have received some very decent solutions that can almost go toe to toe with "real" surround sound headsets. I'm certain that SteelSeries needs no introductions and since aside the excellent Elite Gaming Headset they also released the 9H Gaming Headset at around the same time we decided to see just how good it is."

Legit Reviews

"We point to the four gaming organizations with their names and logos printed on the 9H box: Na’vi, Ninjas in Pyjamas, Tyloo, and Fnatic (the same four organizations featured on the 5Hv3′s box which we previously reviewed.) The company has long invested in marketing through eSports and the scene continues to grow through popular competitive multiplayer PC games such as League of Legends, Counterstrike: Global Offense, and DOTA 2 as well as the popularity of livestream platforms."
Posted by JimAdkins on Tuesday, February 18, 2014 @ 07:40:01 PST (838 reads)
Pure Overclock Two For One
Casecom Halcones CL-86 Case

“Usually when shopping for an ATX full tower, you look for the big names in the industry. The reasons for this are pretty apparent: reputation, reliability, service after the sale, build quality, feature set, and the list goes on; but what if we told you that you don’t always have to go after the big name and spend excessive amount of cash to have your cake and eat it, too? Casecom is here to show you that their newest ATX full tower, the Halcones CL-86, brings a lot to the table and asks for very little in return. Measuring out at 23″ tall, 22″ deep and roughly 9″ wide, it certainly seems to fit the size requirement. The question is this: does everything else add up to a rewarding and clean building experience?”

Cooler Master CM Storm Ceres 500 Headset

“Gaming headsets are one of the most popular peripherals today for most gamers. Whether you are a PC or console gamer you probably at one point had some kind of headset that you used and abused. We have in our hands today the Cooler Master CM Storm Ceres 500 Headset. The sleek look of the white and black aesthetics really makes a statement. The first overall impression of the Ceres 500 is very strong. Of course, at a glance, feel and touch isn’t enough for most of us. With the number of hours we spend in front of the TV or PC, we need to know it performs well, is comfortable, and has great durability for long heavy use.”
Posted by JimAdkins on Tuesday, February 18, 2014 @ 07:31:53 PST (896 reads)
Benchmark Reviews Two For One
XFX Radeon R9 290 DD

"When the AMD Radeon R9 290X video card debuted, it first appeared to be a solid competitor to NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 780 series… until heat and noise were taken into consideration. The Curacao XT-based video card offered plenty of graphics power, but the cooling system was forced to work hard and loud. When the Radeon R9 290 series arrived, this game brands such as XFX the opportunity to further improve upon the AMD reference design by incorporating a much better cooling solution paired with long-life capacitors. In this article Benchmark Reviews tests the XFX Radeon R9 290 Double D, model R9-290A-EDFD, which sells online for $499.99 (Amazon). This Black Edition Double Dissipation Radeon R9 290 features a 947 MHz UltraHD 4K resolution-ready graphics card with 2560 Stream processors and support for the upcoming DirectX 11.2 API."

NZXT H440 Case

"You might think, upon initial inspection, that the NZXT H440 Mid Tower computer case is just another well-crafted and attractive case from NZXT; and you’d be right, in the sense that it’s both attractive and well-crafted. But the H440 hides several innovations under its painted steel skin, one of which will be controversial."
Posted by JimAdkins on Tuesday, February 18, 2014 @ 07:25:16 PST (808 reads)
Frosty Tech Two For One
nPowerTek NPH-1366-140HC Heatsink

"The nPowerTek NPH-1366-140HC heatsink is intended for socket LGA1366 Intel processors up to 130W TDP. On the inside of the NPH-1366-140HC heatsink is a hollow copper heat column and surrounding this, a bog-standard bifurcated aluminum fin extrusion. The heat column functions essentially like a large heatpipe, you can see the inside of one in our review of Intel's FCLGA4-S reference heatsink. The copper heat column is 33mm in diameter, with the inner surfaces covered by a sintered metal wick and the contents under vacuum."

SilentiumPC Fera2 HE1224 Heatsink

"The SilentiumPC Fera2 HE1224 is a 154mm tall CPU cooler built around four 6mm diameter exposed copper heatpipes. The relatively thin profile should allow it to fit with ease in most motherboards, with a minimum of interference from near by memory module or VRM motherboard heatsinks."
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, February 17, 2014 @ 01:16:36 PST (816 reads)
Think Computers Two For One
In Win 904 Case

"Over the past year In Win has been releasing some very unique case designs. This all started with their Tou case that was revealed at Computex. Today we are looking at another case from In Win that does not conform to the norms, it is their 904 mid tower case. This case is made entirely of glass and aluminum! Thats right, both side panels are made of thick tinted tempered glass and the frame of the case is constructed of 4mm thick aluminum alloy. This makes for a very unique case and something that will catch the eyes of onlookers at a LAN party for sure! Is this case all looks or is it actually functional as well?"

Things Found Inside Computers

"Some people do not realize that you need to regularly clean out your PC. Many people just buy a computer and never open it up to clean it. After a couple of years the inside of a computer can look rather disgusting and things can begin living inside your computer! Don’t believe me? Check out these photos of some of the most disgusting things found inside of computers!"
Posted by JimAdkins on Friday, February 14, 2014 @ 01:27:18 PST (790 reads)
OC Inside Two For One
Phanteks PH-TC14PE CPU Cooler Reader

"This time the current Phanteks PH-TC14PE tower cooler is tested and the cooler made a very good impression. If you are looking for a new CPU cooler, you will literally overwhelmed by the wide selection that is available on the market. Was it in times of 386 processors still safe to use the boxed cooler, so a current CPU generates about 80-120 watts heat output, which can not be easily discharged."

Samsung 840 Pro 256GB SSD

"In the current reader review, Marauder25 tests the Samsung Pro 840 256GB SSD, created some benchmarks and gives some helpful information about using the SSD. One thing becomes clear - the Samsung Pro 840 256GB definitely does not have to hide from competition."
Posted by JimAdkins on Tuesday, February 11, 2014 @ 15:50:53 PST (777 reads)
TechPowerUp Two For One
Sapphire R9 290X Tri-X OC 4 GB

"Sapphire's custom design R9 290X Tri-X OC impresses with low noise levels, that still run the card at cool temperatures. The card is also overclocked out of the box, which makes it run faster than GTX Titan. In Europe, the price over reference is just 10%, which makes the choice a no-brainer."

Fractal Design Arc Mini R2

"Fractal Design's latest mATX chassis brings the Arc Mini series up to par with the Midi line by offering an R2 variant. It includes a few nice updates, but does come with a price tag to match. Is the Arc Mini R2 fly enough to get away with it?"
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, February 10, 2014 @ 19:04:21 PST (840 reads)
eTeknix Two For One
Be quiet! Dark Power Pro 10 850W CM Semi-Modular Power Supply

"I spend a lot of time reviewing, not surprising given that I’m a reviewer, and it can often get very tedious at times. But one thing that always cheers me up is high quality products that are a bit special and different to what I’m normally used to looking at. be quiet! are one of those brands that always deliver high quality products that are a little bit special and the “German Engineering” they offer shines through. Their power supplies are certainly no exception to that and even though they employ other OEMs to produce the internals of their PSUs they are never just simple “rebrands” like we’d see with Antec power supplies for example. be quiet!’s Dark Power Pro 10 series offers up a whole series of unique modifications including an OCK switch that swaps between multi-rail and a single rail design, fan headers for fan control on the power supply, integrated anti-vibration pads and of course be quiet!’s own Silent Wings fan. Even that last addition, a be quiet! Silent Wings fan, may sound small but look at how many companies produce power supplies but do not use their own fans – Corsair and Antec are two reputable examples of that."

Thortech Thunderbolt Plus 1000W Semi-Modular Power Supply

"Thortech, GeIL’s (Golden Emperor International Limited) power supply manufacturing division, have quite an extensive range of high-end power supplies. They mainly cater for the high end market focusing on those high end wattages like 800W, 850W 1000W and 1200W. Their Thunderbolt series includes the 1200W and 1000W models both of which we reviewed before here and here respectively. Thortech generally designate two models for each wattage: a Thunderbolt version and a Thunderbolt Plus Version. Today we have with us the Thunderbolt Plus 1000W. The difference between the Thunderbolt and Thunderbolt Plus versions are minimal, only the iPower Meter is a notable difference. Anyone who knows about GeIL will know that their brand has been involved in the making of industrial power supplies for over 15 years. This experience shines through with the Thortech Thunderbolt Plus 1000W PSU which boasts an impressive 83.33 amps on a single 12 volt rail, a semi-modular design, 80 Plus Gold efficiency and extensive use of Japanese capacitors throughout the design."
Posted by JimAdkins on Sunday, February 09, 2014 @ 07:29:23 PST (811 reads)
Heaven Media Two For One
Plextor M6e PCI Express SSD

"Recently Plextor released their latest M6 series of drives and like the last generation of drives they are pushing to explore new market segments. In the case of today's review that means an M2 drive, on PCIe add-in card which allows us to exceed the limitation of the SATA bus. We have the 128 and 512GB version of the M6e on our test bench so let's see how they perform."

GamerStorm Lucifer CPU Cooler

"Today we have an enthusiast cooler from GamerStorm attached to our test system. With specifications which are very much enthusiast, on paper, the price is very much budget. So lets find out if the Lucifer can perform as well as GamerStorm claim."
Posted by JimAdkins on Wednesday, February 05, 2014 @ 15:11:07 PST (818 reads)
Benchmark Reviews Two For One
SilverStone ML04 Milo HTPC M-ATX Case

"Benchmark Reviews was recently given the chance to sample the Milo ML04 HTPC micro-ATX case from SilverStone. Possibly an under-appreciated corner of the PC case market, a good home theater case can provide a subtle home for some powerful components. With computers making a gradual shift from the office to the living room and form factors steadily decreasing in size, HTPC cases can offer a home for an older, re-purposed office machine or a sophisticated enclosure for a dedicated media box. Part of the entry-level Milo series designed to offer the full size features of the Grandia series in a smaller size, will SilverStone’s SST-ML04B fulfill the special requirements of an HTPC platform? Why not just use any old computer case and set it in the living room? Let’s take a look and find out if the ML04 is a better option."

Func KB-460 Mechanical Keyboard

"The best way to test peripherals is to use them, so over the course of two weeks the Func KB-460 became my “daily driver.” I used it to type this (and other) reviews, as well as for any games or applications I used during that time (there were more than a few rounds of Battlefield 4 played on the KB-460, as well as some Mechwarrior: Online, ARMA III and X3: Albion Prelude to try a few different keyboard-heavy games). Along with my impressions, I’ll also include a few tests using some online keyboard testing suites to help illustrate the capabilities of this keyboard."
Posted by JimAdkins on Wednesday, February 05, 2014 @ 15:03:27 PST (854 reads)
Madshrimps Two For One
Shuttle XPC Barebone

"Shuttle has refreshed its latest XPC Barebone with a new configuration featuring the Z87 chipset, for allowing installation of the Intel Haswell processors and also features plenty of connectivity options. Thanks to the 500W power supply, we should not have a lot of issues when choosing a high performance video card, two 3.5’’ drives and a CPU with a rated TDP up to 95W."

Corsair Vengeance 2100 Headset

"The previous wireless gaming headset from Corsair has been reincarnated into a similar build but with a few enhancements like out-of-the-box Dolby Pro Logic IIx certification, a new color scheme but also reinforced hinges for extra durability. The software has been updated in order to support the latest Windows OS 8.1 ."
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, February 03, 2014 @ 09:06:17 PST (871 reads)

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