ASUS Maximus VI Formula Motherboard Review

Undoubtedly, the ASUS ROG series motherboards have become an extremely popular choice among the computer enthusiast community. In an effort to keep that trend moving forward and provide mass appeal to the gaming community, ASUS has offered up their latest Z87/Haswell based motherboard – the Maximus VI Formula. The M6F is aimed squarely at the gamer; but being a ROG based motherboard, it also caters to the overclocking enthusiast. Read More

Super Talent 8GB DDR3-1600 CL9 Memory Review

At Overclockers, we rarely present cheaper, more standard products, but not all users need pricey high-end memory. For all who are searching for cheaper RAM, I wish to present Super Talent 8GB DDR3-1600 kit. Let’s take a look at Super Talent memory and find out if it meets your expectations. Read More

Intel i7 4960X - Ivy Bridge-E - CPU Review

Intel is back with a new socket 2011 processor. After what seems like a long wait since Sandy Bridge-E, which launched in November, 2011, we now have Ivy Bridge-E, Intel’s newest top tier line of CPUs. Much stays the same with this platform, but there have been advancements too. Is it enough to make you upgrade from Sandy Bridge-E, or to invest in a socket 2011 platform in the first place? That’s what we’re here to help you figure out! Read More

Cooler Master Introduces HAF Stacker "Stackable" Cases

Cooler Master needs no introduction in the enthusiast computing market. Today, the company introduces its HAF Stacker Series cases, the world’s first “stackable mod-tower” chassis, as they like to call it themselves. The new design uses a rail system to stack cases in two easy steps and let the user arrange any number of cases together, in any configuration. Read More

G.SKILL To Attend IDF 2013, Showing Next Generation Memory

G.Skill passed along a bit of news this morning in the form of a press release, so we thought we’d share it with our readers.. Always looking to push memory performance to the next level, G.Skill’s first visit to the Intel Developer Forum will showcase their high performance Quad Channel DDR3 memory and give us some insight into their future plans for upcoming DDR4 memory.

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Intel Upcoming 9-series Chipset Won't Support Haswell

Website Xbit Labs reports that upcoming Intel chipsets for mainstream desktop processors will implement support for yet-unnamed “Haswell Refresh” CPU and future Broadwell parts. Other information leaked points to the fact that those new chipsets will not support current Haswell processors, thus effectively making the 8-series motherboards single generation products with no upgrade path. Read More

Noctua NH-U14S Heatsink Review

Noctua has recently released two new heatsinks into their U series, the NH-U12S (120 mm) and the NH-U14S (140 mm). We’ll be looking at the latter, which is the their top-of-the-line heatsink in the U series and its only superior in Noctua’s line-up would be the NH-D14. Read More

EVGA GTX 780 Classified ACX Graphics Card Review

Whether it’s a motherboard or graphics card, when EVGA adds ‘Classified’ to the name, it usually means their best available option in any given product line. The GTX 780 Classified edition is no different, as it has a higher base/boost clock than any of their other GTX 780 models. Decked out with EVGA’s new ACX (Active Cooling Xtreme) cooler, all the latest NVIDIA technologies, and the promise of performance worthy of the Classified name, let’s get this party started and see what EVGA has in store! Read More