System & Components

SilverStone Primera Series PM01 Review

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SilverStone has always been a staple with enthusiast community and are known for their bold cases and clean lines. The Primera is no exception, Translating to “First” or “First Class” in Spanish, it is already staking claim to what we can expect from it. Read More

IdeaUSA W200 BlueTooth Speaker Review

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IdeaUSA is at it again. This time they bring us the iDeaPLAY W200 Bluetooth speaker. Overclockers.com has reviewed another product from IdeaUSA, the S204 Headset, and it was nothing less than fantastic. The W200 is claimed to provide premium sound quality, enhanced bass performance, and up to ten hours of playback. Let’s put it to the test and see if it’s as great as we suspect it to be. Read More

Toshiba OCZ VX500 SSD Review

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Today, we get to check out the VX500 SSD from Toshiba. I am really excited to get to review a product from Toshiba as they has been one of my favorite manufactures since my first laptop. Toshiba acquired OCZ in early 2014, and they continue to work as an independent subsidiary but have been using Toshiba internal components. But, enough chatter, lets have a look at some data. Read More

IdeaUSA S204 Bluetooth Headphone Review

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Fresh off the truck is a pair of IdeaUSA S204 AtomicX Bluetooth headphones. The S204 is an over the ear style unit with a built-in microphone, Bluetooth connectivity, accepts a 3.5mm auxiliary jack, and a micro USB charger. It is also portable and comes with a clam shell carrying case. Let’s take an in-depth look at what IdeaUSA is offering with the S204. Read More

SilverStone Redline RL05 Case Review

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This week we get to check out the SilverStone Redline RL05. This case was a joy to build in and was one of the smoothest builds I’ve ever had. It’s stylishly simplistic, available in red or black trim options, and has a price tag small enough to keep any builder happy. Read More

Patriot Viper V760 Gaming Mechanical Keyboard Review

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Patriot is well known for performance memory, but how about their peripherals. In July we reviewed Patriot’s V560 Viper gaming mouse and we were very impressed. Today we will look at the V760 Viper gaming mechanical keyboard. With this being Patriot’s first keyboard in a saturated market, many decisions had to be made to ensure success. If the V760 gaming keyboard is anything like the V560 gaming mouse it is sure to be a home run for Patriot’s first at bat. Read More

Kingston HyperX Cloud Revolver Headset Review

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Today, we get to take a look at the Kingston HyperX Cloud Revolver Headset. Not only is it visually stunning, but it boasts some serious studio quality promises. With all of the compatibility this headset has to offer across different platforms, you’ll likely never need another one. Read More

Anidees AI Crystal Case Review

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Today, we get hands on with the Anidees AI Crystal. I spent a lot of time admiring this case, and then a bit more building in it, so sit back and grab a snack as we jump right into it. Read More

Patriot V560 Laser Gaming Mouse Review

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Most of us know Patriot for their gamer series memory kits. Well, maybe we should be talking more about their peripherals. In 2015 the big wigs at Patriot Memory LLC decided it was time to venture into the peripherals market and developed the V760 keyboard, V360 headset, and the V560 gaming mouse. When Patriot asked if Overclockers.com would be interested in reviewing the V560 and V760 naturally we obliged. You’ll have to wait for the V760 keyboard in a later review because today we look at the V560 laser gaming mouse. Read More

Toshiba OCZ RD400 512GB M.2 PCIe SSD Review

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It has been a while since OCZ released their last enthusiast-level SSD, the Revodrive 350, way back in the spring of 2014. Since Toshiba acquired OCZ in early 2014, they have been working independently as a subsidiary, but switched to using Toshiba internals. Since that time, they have come out with some very good SATA-based SSDs in their Vector and new Trion lines. Fast forward to today and we have in our hands the Revodrive replacement, the RD400 in 512 GB capacity, which promises to be quite a fast drive. Grab a seat and let’s see what the OCZ RD400 has for us! Read More

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