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eTeknix Two For One
Lepa G1000-MA Semi Modular Power Supply

"Lepa are a subdivision of Enermax and although initially founded as a secondary “budget” brand, with the intention of reserving the Enermax branding for premium products, Lepa has actually spawned quite a few impressive products. Today we are looking at their G1000W Semi Modular power supply which is a premium product by anyone’s standards. With a huge 1000W of continuous power, 80 Plus Gold certification and a semi-modular design this PSU, on paper at least, would do justice to any high end multi-GPU or CPU system. While Lepa’s G1600 power supply has grabbed all the headlines, the G1000 is going to appeal to a wider audience. But has it got what it takes to be a classified as an enthusiast standard power supply? Well read on to find out."

Noctua NH-D14 SE2011 CPU Cooler

"You may be thinking, this review is a bit late, isn't it kind of pointless? Well not really I'd say. Firstly we are reviewing the NH-D14 SE2011, or the "Special Edition". This was released back on November 2nd 2011 - exactly two years after the original Noctua NH-D14 came to market making it around 18 months old. The changes are minimal but it brings LGA 2011 support and some improved fans. Nonetheless the NH-D14 has never been more relevant for high performance CPU cooling and to this day it still probably outsells every other dual tower CPU cooler on the market. That said I think you'll agree that it's about time we gave the Noctua NH-D14 a thorough going over to show you why most enthusiasts regard this as the best air CPU cooler on the market. And let's face it with the NH-D14 selling by the boatload, with Noctua struggling to produce them fast enough, I wouldn't be surprised if we see it last for at least a few more years before a successor is introduced."
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, September 02, 2013 @ 20:04:24 PDT (556 reads)
Budget TV Resolution Rumble
"If resolution is as important as some say it is, then this should be no contest. On one side, we've got a 50-inch Ultra HD 4K LED LCD. On the other side, we've got a 720p plasma. A $500 50-inch plasma. Head-to-head, with a variety of content and objective measurements, how do they compare? The results may surprise you."
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, September 02, 2013 @ 10:23:30 PDT (576 reads)
Evening Reading
"What's the world coming to when you can't go to Home Depot for a screw? Emily Craig, 20, and Shaun Bowden, 31, were arrested Wednesday after allegedly having sex inside a display shed at a Home Depot store in North Charleston, S.C. according to a police report obtained by The Smoking Gun. Someone called the cops at about 8:38 a.m., stating they saw the couple walk into the outdoor shed, shut the door and stay there."
Posted by JimAdkins on Friday, August 30, 2013 @ 00:57:37 PDT (478 reads)
Legit Reviews Two For One
Thermaltake Meka G-Unit Keyboard

"The Meka G-Unit Illuminated continues the Meka G-Unit line by adding backlighting as the biggest feature. With the exception of the G-Unit Red Switch keyboard, all the keyboards in the G-Unit line are pretty much identical, utilizing the Cherry Black switches, which have the heaviest operating force..."

Plantronics RIG Headset

"There’s lots of gaming headsets compatible with computers and gaming consoles, but until now, there wasn’t a headset that had a solution to receiving phone calls during gaming sessions. Plantronics newly announced RIG allows one to continue to play their game while receiving and answering calls from the headset alone. It’s rather ingenious how it’s implemented, probably inspired by Plantronics experience with mobile and business headsets. An in-line switch toggles the microphone to receive between Game Mode and Mobile Mode..."
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, August 26, 2013 @ 07:28:53 PDT (512 reads)
Hardware Secrets Two For One
SilverStone TD02 CPU Cooler

"Let's test the SilverStone TD02, a liquid cooling system for processors. It has a 240 mm radiator with two 120 mm fans side by side and a full metallic CPU block."

CM Storm Havoc Mouse

"The long line of gaming-grade mice from CM Storm finally gets a medium-sized model, the Havoc. With a right-handed design and Omron micro switches (from Japan), the Havoc has eight programmable buttons, and it provides an exceptional sliding experience, thanks to some physical characteristics we will detail now."
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, August 26, 2013 @ 07:20:38 PDT (584 reads)
TechWareLabs Two For One
Crucial Ballistix Sport XT DDR3-1600

"When it comes to system performance, RAM is a component that gets far less attention than it should. While it may have less of an impact than the CPU or GPU, RAM can still be a major bottleneck on performance. Today we're going to be taking a look at the latest kit from Crucial's Ballistix Sport XT line, a 2x8GB kit rated for DDR3 1600. While not pushing the bleeding edge on performance, this kit should still post some solid performance numbers."

Patriot Gauntlet 320 Wireless HD

"There just isn't enough for all your stuff. Well the Gauntlet 320 aims to give you some breathing room and make that management easier. It serves to provide more storage on the go and without the need to plug your device in an upload new files because the Gauntlet 320 is wireless. No more syncing, no more decisions about what to save and what to toss. Sound interesting? But does it work?"
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, August 26, 2013 @ 07:14:03 PDT (508 reads)
TechPowerUp Two For One
MSI Z87 Mpower Max Motherboard

"MSI has won me over recently with their new dragon-themed GAMING SERIES products for Intel's Z87 platform, but that's not all they have been working on. The MSI Z87 MPOWER MAX, with yellow to match MSI's own Lightning VGAs, makes some big claims, but does it break limits, or is it a MAX failure?"

MSI GTX 760 HAWK 2 GB Videocard

"MSI's new GeForce GTX 760 HAWK comes with several features for overclockers, like LN2 Dual-BIOS and voltage measurement points. For normal users the card has been heavily overclocked out of the box, making it the fastest GTX 760 we tested so far."
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, August 26, 2013 @ 07:03:42 PDT (515 reads)
Pro-Clockers Two For One
Vantec Voltra 650W Power Supply

"You may have noticed the three of the four power supply series are very similar to one another. The biggest difference is the range of wattage within each power supply series. The VoltraX are available in smaller wattages consisting of 350 and 450 watts models. The Voltra is the mid-range power units ranging from 550 to 850 watts. We will be taking a lot at one of the models from this power supply series. Then you have the Vantec Voltra+ series which are for power hungry builds providing between 1050 and 1250 watts."

Raijintek Ereboss CPU Cooler

"The Raijintek Ereboss is a small cooler compared to the likes DeepCool Assassin, Noctua NH-D14 and other similar coolers that use 140mm fans. Raijintek took the typical tower design and added large platform aluminum fins to increase the overall cooling performance. It is paired with a thin 140mm PWM fan which can spin as low as 650 RPM to keep things quiet. You might be wondering if a single fan is enough to equal a top performing cooler. We will find out shortly."
Posted by JimAdkins on Thursday, August 22, 2013 @ 09:52:11 PDT (674 reads)
Hardware Secrets Two For One
CM Storm QuickFire Stealth Keyboard

"Recently, we reviewed the QuickFire XT keyboard from Cooler Master's CM Storm line-up, and now it is time for us to review the QuickFire Stealh, a compact mechanical keyboard with a unique visual signature: the keys are labeled on the front side, not the top. So, from an upside view, the markings are almost invisible. We will talk about this design now and then proceed to evaluate its performance."

SilverStone TD03 CPU Cooler

"The SilverStone TD03 is a liquid cooling system for processors. It has a 120 mm radiator with two 120 mm fans in push-pull configuration, and a full metallic CPU block. Let's see if it is a good buy."
Posted by JimAdkins on Thursday, August 22, 2013 @ 09:47:46 PDT (563 reads)
X-bit labs Two For One
Gigabyte GA-Z87X-D3H Motherboard

"This is an entry-level mainboard, but not the most junior model in the family. It uses the features and functionality of the Intel Z87 chipset almost to the fullest, but has no numerous additional onboard controllers, thus staying reasonably priced. The new Gigabyte UEFI BIOS makes a terrific impression making this board stable and reliable in nominal mode and easy to work with during CPU overclocking."

Asus Z87-K Motherboard

"This mainboard is fairly simple, but this is why it actually turned out relatively inexpensive. At the same time it features everything necessary for proper usage, which is its primary selling feature. As for the processors and chipsets comprising the new LGA1150 platform, the situation here is much more complicated."
Posted by JimAdkins on Tuesday, August 20, 2013 @ 18:01:50 PDT (538 reads)
Think Computers Two For One
Thermaltake Smart 750W Power Supply

"Like most companies Thermaltake has an entire range of power supplies from the high-end to something for people looking to save some money. Not everyone has the money to throw at a top of the line power supply and Thermaltake knows this. Today we are taking a look at one of their more mainstream power supplies in the Smart SP-750P 750W Power Supply. This unit lacks some of the high-end features like modular cables and Over Temperature Protection, but you do get things like an 80PLUS Bronze certification, flat low profile cables, a single 12V rail design and of course a much lower price tag. Let’s take the Smart 750W through the paces and see how it works out."

Alienvibes EP02 Noise Cancelling Headphones

"If you have never used active noise cancelling headphones before you really should. While speaker systems, earbuds and normal headphones allow you to enjoy your music active noise cancelling headphones really allow you to immerse yourself in the music. Today we are taking a look at the Alienvibes EP02 Active Noise Cancelling Headphones. These attractive over the ear headphones feature 40mm high-grade drivers for clear powerful sound, plush breathable ear cushions for hours of comfortable use, and frequency response of 20Hz to 20KHz with a 110dB sensitivity rating. Will the Alienvibes EP02 impress? Read on to find out."
Posted by JimAdkins on Saturday, August 17, 2013 @ 20:38:38 PDT (500 reads)
Weekend Reading
"Many of us will never make 28,000 calls in our entire lives. This, however, was not the case for Teruo Nozaki, the convenience store worker in Tokyo who managed to make that many to 110, the police emergency number in Japan. Even more impressive is that he was able to make this astounding number of calls in only 18 months. On his busiest days, he would place over 1000 phone calls and hang up every time someone picked up on the other end."
Posted by JimAdkins on Saturday, August 17, 2013 @ 17:53:40 PDT (588 reads)
AMD Socket FM2 CPU Overclocking Guide
Our friends at OC Inside have a DIY overclocking guide, this one is for the AMD Socket FM2 CPU.

"If you like to get a faster PC, or like to save some money when you purchase a new PC without renouncing to play current games, or just having fun to overclock, you can overclock your PC with this new AMD overclocking guide. AMD socket FM2 processors are currently not only very popular due to the low purchase price for an APU with integrated graphics, but these processors reach often also very high overclocking results. This step by step AMD OC guide helps newbies to get an easy entry into overclocking and also provides tips for overclocking enthusiasts how like to get even more out of their AMD FM2 processor. The guide explains in detail how to overclock an AMD Athlon II FM2 CPU or AMD A4, A6, A8, A10 APU with unlocked multiplier or locked multiplier."
Posted by JimAdkins on Friday, August 16, 2013 @ 18:22:01 PDT (606 reads)
Madshrimps Two For One
Noctua NH-U12S & NH-U14S CPU Cooler

"Austrian Cooler giant Noctua released a while back two new additions to their popular CPU cooling line-up. Two single slim design tower coolers in two different versions: the NH-U12S utilizing a 120mm fan and it's bigger brother the NH-U14S, sporting a bigger 140mm fan. Both coolers are designed for uncompromising performance, however not at the cost of mainboard and RAM compatibility. Unlike other cooler manufacturers Noctua isn't updating it's product range on the fly, a clear sign that the design and technology behind their products is reflected in great lasting performance and reliability. The latter statement is backed up by a 6 year warranty on the cooler and included Fan."

Silicon Power Blaze B20 USB 3.0 Flash Drive

"The new Blaze B20 USB 3.0 Flash Drive from Silicon Power comes with a fashionable design and a slide-in mechanism so we won’t need additional protective caps during transport. The drive comes with decent write speeds and very good reads, which recommends it for storing small to medium-sized files."
Posted by JimAdkins on Tuesday, August 13, 2013 @ 19:07:51 PDT (525 reads)
Nikktech Two For One
Be Quiet! Shadow Rock 2 CPU Cooler

"Our summer vacation timeout is almost upon us and although it will roughly be just 5-6 days long that doesn't mean that it will be solely fun and pleasure. So during these 3 days all of us will be testing several compact electronic devices (obviously we can't really test PC hardware while on vacations) such as portable battery packs, portable speakers, Wi-Fi sharing drives/devices, action cameras, Bluetooth wireless headsets and of course normal wired headsets since we really don't want to fall back on our review schedule (if we did that would mean more work for us once we get back). However until we take our short leave (should be the 12th of August if all goes according to plan) there are quite a few hardware reviews left to share with all of you including the one regarding the latest CPU Cooler by be quiet! the Shadow Rock 2."

SteelSeries Aprx Keyboard

"During the past 3 years or so most gaming keyboards we've seen roll-out from the majority of the gaming peripheral manufacturers out there have been mechanical ones since they offer superior durability (build quality), much longer lifespan (key presses) and tactile feedback compared to regular membranes ones (or at least that's what the general opinion is). Of course one of the things i love about this industry is that there's always at least one manufacturer out there who likes to stand out from the others and do things quite differently and Mad Catz did exactly that with their S.T.R.I.K.E. line of gaming keyboards a while back since they went with a special membrane design instead."
Posted by JimAdkins on Tuesday, August 13, 2013 @ 01:55:50 PDT (491 reads)
Heaven Media Two For One
XSPC RayStorm 750 AX240 Watercooling Kit

"Of course the factory built liquid coolers are great to a point but they do have their limitations where as traditional water-cooling is far more flexible and allows us to build a cooling loop around our systems specifications and maximise its potential. So today we are going to take a look at an entry-mid level water-cooling bundle and how it compares to a factory sealed equivalent while also finding out how it could be expanded over time. Enter the XSPC RayStorm 750 AX240 Water-cooling Kit."

Tt eSPORTS Meka G-Unit Keyboard

"The Challenger keyboard was clearly interesting thanks to that built in cooling but every serious keyboard manufacturer needs mechanical key options and that's where products like the MEKA G-Unit fit into Tt eSports product catalogue. The latest addition to that is the MEKA G-Unit Illuminated and today we have one on our test bench to review."
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, August 12, 2013 @ 15:32:09 PDT (503 reads)
Benchmark Reviews Two For One
XFX Radeon HD 7950 FX-795A-TDFC

"AMD have been working to extend their graphics reach into emerging markets, primarily through the use of integrated GPUs. This hasn’t slowed their pursuit in the discrete graphics market, where the AMD Radeon series continues to battle for supremacy in some of the most demanding DirectX 11 video games available on PC. The AMD Radeon HD 7950 is an example of this effort, employing 28 Compute Units (1792 Stream Processors) with 3GB GDDR5 memory. In this article Benchmark Reviews tests the custom-designed XFX Radeon HD 7950 Double-Dissipation Black Edition video card, model FX-795A-TDFC, using several highly-demanding DX11 video games such as Metro: Last Light, Batman: Arkham City, and Battlefield 3."

MSI GK-601 Mechanical Keyboard

"Mechanical Keyboards have been a popular item lately for its tactile response and long lasting quality. Numerous manufacturers, including the likes of Corsair and Mad Catz, have all been jumping onto the bandwagon. MSI does as well, bringing us a new mechanical gaming keyboard, the GK-601. In this article, Benchmark Reviews tests performance for the MSI GK-601 macro-enabled mechanical gaming keyboard."
Posted by JimAdkins on Tuesday, August 06, 2013 @ 14:45:02 PDT (491 reads)
Evening Reading
"Bird poop for beauty? That's what goes into facials at a luxury spa where the traditional Japanese treatment using imported Asian nightingale excrement mixed with rice bran goes for $180 a pop. About 100 women and men go into the Shizuka New York skin care salon, just off Manhattan's Fifth Avenue, each month to get the treatment, which is promoted as a way to keep the face soft and smooth using an enzyme in the poop to gently exfoliate the skin. Spa owner Shizuka Bernstein, a Tokyo native married to an American, has been offering what she calls the Geisha Facial for about five years. "I try to bring Japanese beauty secrets to the United States," says Bernstein, who learned the treatment from her mother."
Posted by JimAdkins on Tuesday, August 06, 2013 @ 08:59:14 PDT (657 reads)
Pure Overclock Two For One
Corsair H100i CPU Cooler

“Corsair got into the AiO cooler market a few years ago with the H50. It was a great cooler for an initial offering, and despite being a thin 120mm radiator, it performed admirably well. Things have come a long way since the original H50, though. The radiators are thicker and longer, the tubing is larger, and the fans are quieter. Fast forward to today and you’ll notice that Corsair’s new H100i has “all that and then some” in an effort to keep your system cool and quiet.”

CM Storm Havoc Mouse

“Finding a great gaming mouse is no easy prospect for most people. Users tend to find a mouse they like and rarely venture into uncharted territory. Cooler Master is no industry lightweight, however, and has plenty of experience with hardware components. In fact, we’ve taken a look at several of their gamer-oriented Storm lineup products and found nearly all of them to be very well designed and constructed, both stylish and smartly functional. And today we’re looking at another, the CM Storm Havoc, a laser gaming mouse that looks to offer great features for an attractive price of $55.”
Posted by JimAdkins on Tuesday, August 06, 2013 @ 08:54:10 PDT (563 reads)
CPCR Two For One
Samsung 840 EVO SSD

"Now, when it comes to the SSD market, no other SSD vendor out there is making as much noise as Samsung these days and less than 10 months after Samsung’s initial unveiling of the Samsung 840, they’ve introduced the successor, the Samsung 840 EVO. Today we’ll be reviewing both the 250GB and the 750GB Samsung 840 EVO SSD; however, it’ll also be available in 120GB, 500GB and 1TB flavors ..."

Razer Hammerhead Pro Headset

"Luckily it seems like Razer is catching onto the fact that there is such a void in the market and have introduced the Razer Hammerhead along with the Hammerhead Pro – the only difference between the two is that the Hammerhead Pro comes with an inline microphone and play/pause/call/stop/etc. button while the Hammerhead standard doesn’t. Today though we’ll be reviewing the Hammerhead Pro..."
Posted by JimAdkins on Wednesday, July 31, 2013 @ 17:42:34 PDT (535 reads)
Technology X Two For One
KingFast E-Drive Pro KF2510SCF 120GB SSD

"If you are a novice regarding SSDs and SSD technology, the names ‘Runcore’ and ‘KingFast’ should at least strike a chord. The two companies recently merged, with KingFast becoming the sub-brand of RunCore; neither have shown signs of slowing down. Being two of the top SSD manufacturers, we will be looking at their newest SLC creation. Between the three NAND memory types – SLC (Single Layer Cell), MLC (Multi Layer Cell), and TLC (Three Layer Cell) – consumers typically are accustomed to MLC. SLC has the best endurance and best performance, but is also more expensive and lower in capacity due to cost and technical limitations. TLC is the exact opposite, and hence is not seen due to its lack of productivity, especially since MLC fits as the best intermediate between the two – solid performance, high density, low cost, decent endurance."

Cougar RX Series 500W 80 Plus PS

"The Cougar brand has been around for just over five years and has already made a significant impact in the gaming community, not only because of the quality products that are created for a very competitive price, but for their elaborate designs and color palette on nearly all cougar products. One can spot a Cougar product from its competitors simply by the orange and black colour design, whether it be a computer case, fan, or power supply unit. Cougar’s mandate has always been to provide innovative and cutting edge products while deviating from the traditional black box-like computer hardware that has been around for decades, while still maintaining competitive price-points. To further this point, we present the 500W Cougar RX Series 80+ PSU, which targets the needs and functionality of first-time builders and gamers alike."
Posted by JimAdkins on Wednesday, July 31, 2013 @ 15:30:27 PDT (514 reads)
ASRock Z87M OC Formula Motherboard
Our friends at OC Inside have a Intel LGA1150 ASRock Z87M OC Formula motherboard review, head over and give it a look.

"Awesome! This is how we could describe the brand-new ASRock Z87M OC Formula motherboard for Intel Haswell CPUs in the shortest mainboard review with just one word. We were also amazed about the plenty of features which can be integrated in such a small micro-ATX 8-layer PCB Z87 motherboard layout. ASRock offers especially very powerful options for overclockers with this LGA1150 motherboard. Overclock enthusiasts will have tears of joy in their eyes when looking in the UEFI Setup, so it is not surprising that ASRock earned our Overclocking Dream Award 07/2013 with this Z87M OC Formula. In the following detailed review, we examine the ASRock Z87M OC Formula and overclock an Intel Core-i5 4670K CPU with this OC motherboard."
Posted by JimAdkins on Wednesday, July 31, 2013 @ 15:24:00 PDT (495 reads)
Bjorn 3D Two For One
MSI Z87 Xpower Motherboard

"The board comes in at a price of $439.99 on Newegg. This is no small amount–it’s actually higher than any other Z87 board on the market with the Gigabyte top option coming in at $409.99 and the ASUS Maximus VI Extreme at $399.99. Is it worth the money? Let’s take a look."

Halo Spartan Assault

"Ever since the first game was released Microsoft, Bungie and now 363 Studios have been busy releasing new games in the Halo universe and it was of course just a matter of time before they got to the mobile platforms. Halo: Spartan Assault is a game that at first glance does not look like the Halo we know and love but which turns out is a game you just do not want to miss."
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, July 29, 2013 @ 08:16:56 PDT (470 reads)
Consoles Probably Won't Meet Holiday Demand
"We've all heard the story: the long lines of Apple fans lining up outside the store, breathlessly awaiting that first chance to get their hands on the new iPhone. But when it comes to video game consoles, the throngs of die-hard gamers are all the more feverish simply because the wait has been longer, the anticipation higher. Despite the fact that the video game industry is now on its eighth generation of console hardware, it still seems like every new release of an Xbox or PlayStation is, on some level, a disaster. Pre-order quotas are quickly maxed out, and impatient gamers turn to eBay or (God forbid) Craigslist to pay an extra premium just to get their gadget of choice in time for the holiday season."
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, July 29, 2013 @ 00:53:56 PDT (462 reads)
LAN OC Two For One
Razer Orbweaver

"When it comes to gaming keypads there are really only a few options on the market. Of those options most, like the G13, have been around forever. Of those gaming keypads, none of them are mechanical. That is until Razer introduced the Orbweaver this year at CES. As a big fan of mechanical keyboards, mice, and peripherals overall I couldn’t wait to get my hands (well hand) on it. After living with it for a while I am finally ready to talk about it and see how the mechanical Orbweaver compares to the G13 and the Razer Nostromo."

InWin G7 Case

"While most enthusiasts prefer Full Tower cases because of the ample amount of space for things like water-cooling solutions and multiple video card setups, sometimes the sheer size of the cases can be prohibitive as far as portability. Luckily there has always been a healthy market for enthusiast minded Mid Towers. Today we look at the G7 Mid Tower from InWin that promises to offer a great blend of features, performance and quality aimed at DIY enthusiasts. Will it stand tall among quality competition?"
Posted by JimAdkins on Monday, July 29, 2013 @ 00:50:12 PDT (502 reads)

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