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Logisys PS480X2 PSU Review

We’ve got a dubious one here today folks! Logisys wouldn’t dream of sending one of these things out for review, but Glorious Leader stepped up and threw down some cash to make it happen. This thing cost $14.50 shipped with tax, the big question is: Will it explode? If not, will it actually function well enough to run a computer safely? For answers to those questions and more, read the rest of the article! Read More

Gigabyte Z77X-UP4 TH Motherboard Review

Ivy Bridge motherboards have been out for well over a year now and we reviewed several of the major players across nearly all brands here at Overclockers.com. That said, each vendor has so many choices in their stable, there is bound to be something we can look at and perhaps some new features Today we get a chance to look at Gigabyte’s Z77X-UP4 TH. This is a mid-level type of board but includes Intel’s Thunderbolt connectivity. Let’s see how she looks and performs, shall we? Read More

In Win GT1 Mid-Tower Case Review

In January of this year, In Win announced its first generation of mid-tower gaming cases – the GT1. With an eye on cooling performance, lots of features, and a unique look, In Win hopes to attract the gamer in all of us with an affordable chassis design. Read More

In Win Commander III "Desert Fox" 700 W Power Supply Review

We’ve got a military themed PSU here, the In Win Commander III Desert Fox 700 W. The full name is a bit of a mouthful, the Desert Fox nickname hails from WW2, and the box has digital cammo on it. A bit of an odd combination, but definitely unique. The real questions in my mind are, did In Win think about who the Desert Fox was? Will this unit emerge victorious or die trying? Is it really desert tan? Am I drawing this excerpt out too far? For answers to most of these questions, read the review! Read More

Zalman MS800 Mid-Tower Case Review

For most of you, the name Zalman will conjure up visions of quiet CPU coolers, and for good reason. They’ve been at the cooler game for many years now. Zalman’s product offerings have blossomed into a wide array of items over the past few years, and today we’ll be looking at one of their new cases; the MS800 to be exact. Read More

Enermax MAXREVO 1500 W 80+ Gold Fully Modular PSU Review

Enermax has been towards the top of the power supply manufacturer heap for quite a while, they were one of the first brands to push into the high power (for the time) and high efficiency (for the time) arena that we all take for granted now. Today’s unit is much higher wattage and much higher efficiency than those past units of course, but you can smell the history. Or possibly the solder fumes. In any case, let’s see how the MAXREVO performs! Read More

NZXT Phantom 630 Full Tower Case Review

During our recent visit to CES in Las Vegas, we stopped by to see the folks from NZXT. They were proudly displaying the next generation Phantom design, this time called the 630. The Phantom 630 falls within the Crafted series of chassis, which is where most of their higher end cases are grouped. Let’s find out how well NZXT did with the newly designed Phantom, and if it’s a worthy contender in the competitive full tower case market. Read More

Cooler Master Silent Pro M2 1500 W Power Supply Review

Is Cooler Master’s 1300 W unit not large enough? How does a 1500 W unit strike you? That’s enough to start your car if you drive a compact car (Note to self: Try this sometime). It’s also a touch more than most users need, you’d best have four top end GPUs and a serious CPU if you’re contemplating this PSU. Alternatively you could be a bencher running a couple GTX580s on LN2. In any case, 1500 W is a lot. Read More

ASRock FM2A85X Extreme6 Motherboard Review

Today we have another AMD FM2 platform motherboard for review. This time around it’s ASRock’s top offering, the FM2A85X Extreme6. Long known for providing the latest hardware at very affordable prices, ASRock is a well established name in the motherboard industry. So, let’s find out what ASRock has in store for us this time around! Read More

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