AMD Ryzen 2700X and 2600X Sneak Peek

I have the AMD Ryzen+ review kit here and will give a quick rundown of its contents and some of the specifications and features of the upcoming Ryzen+ and the all-new X470 motherboard which has been included in the kit. Read More

EVGA X299 DARK Motherboard Review

With thanks going to EVGA, I have the X299 Dark motherboard on the test bench today. This is the only X299 motherboard I am aware of that incorporates active cooling on the VRM section, PCH, and M.2 slots. Read More

Noctua NH-U14S Heatsink Review

Noctua is famous for its tandem twin-tower heatsinks, starting with the NH-D14 and proceeding to the wider NH-D15. But now Noctua has brought a single-tower heatsink, the NH-U14S, to the 140 mm market. It keeps the fans clear of installed random access memory. Can a single-tower heatsink compare with the big dual-tower offerings? Let's put the NH-U14S to the test and see how it measures up. Read on. Read More

Alphacool Eiswand 360 Watercooling Kit Review

Today from Alphacool we get the chance to look at a very new product to the market, the Eiswand. This is a standalone watercooling kit with everything you need to get started! This kit is even friendly to those with small factor cases, as the radiator/pump/reservoir are all external and contained in one housing. Enough banter, let's dig in and take a look at this kit! Read More

CES 2018: Corsair Unveils New Coolers, Wireless Peripherals and 1600W PSU

This week at CES 2018 Corsair announced a handful of new products. There's been an overhaul of their All-in-One cooler line, some very interesting new wireless keyboard and mice, a fully modular 1600W power supply and a new Tempered Glass mid-ATX case with some style. Here's an overview of these new products with a few highlights and features. Read More

CES 2018: NZXT Launches N7 Z370 Motherboard

Better known for their slick cases, NZXT announced their latest product at CES 2018: a motherboard. The N7 Z370 definitely has NZXT's distinct, modern design, but does it compete with the big players like ASUS and GIGABYTE? Read More

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