Cooler Master SL600M Mid Tower Case Review

Today we review the Cooler Master Mastercase SL600M. Advertised as a premier aluminum mid-tower case the SL600M replaces the H500 series as their new flagship in the mid tower line of cases. Equipped with new features and a sleek new look this case is sure to turn heads. Read More

AMD Radeon Software: Adrenalin 2019 Edition

AMD has worked hard on their drivers over the past couple of generations and implemented seven out of the top ten suggestions based on community feedback. Today we are taking a look at the 2019 Adrenaline Edition for both gamers and enthusiasts. Read More

AORUS GeForce RTX 2080 Xtreme Video Card Review

Under the microscope today is the AORUS RTX 2080 Xtreme. It not only sports a custom PCB and beefy power delivery but also includes one of the coolest RGB LED implementations we've seen. The Xtreme uses the Windforce 3 Stack cooling including three fans with each fan integrating a single RGB LED on one fan blade. This location for the LED with the fan spinning makes it look like a continuous circle of light around each of the fans and is highly customizable. We'll dig down and see how it performs as well as look at the lighting and its seemingly endless options for tweaking. Read More

Supermicro C9Z390-PGW Motherboard Review: Enterprise Grade. For Gamers

Today on the test bench we have our first Z390 based motherboard for review. As you know from the title, this isn't a board from "the big four" as I like to call them, but from Supermicro, a company much better known in the enterprise and server space than for the consumer side and gaming. The C9Z390-PGW we will be looking at isn't their first foray into this arena however, as they have had consumer level motherboards since the Z170 days. Read More

NVIDIA Announces Titan RTX: Business Up Front, Party in Back!

Today, NVIDIA has announced its latest release using the Turing architecture with its Titan RTX. This follows the heels of the Quadro RTX that was announced in August. NVIDIA positions the card more for the prosumer than a consumer/gaming card but will still manage to be the fastest card most can buy. The Titan RTX will cost $2499 and will be available later this month. Read More

Raijintek Ophion Evo Case Review

Raijintek was founded in 2013 "with the aim of designing high-end products for lifestyle, computer, and day-to-day usage." Their computer products consist of cases, heatsinks, AIO water cooling units, custom water loop parts, and fans. Today, we have a new entry into their case lineup, the Ophion Evo. The Ophion Evo is a small form factor (SFF) case with a popular internal design that intends not to sacrifice much on the compatibility side. Read More

Samsung Releases 860 QVO SSD: Multi-Terabyte Storage Capacity At Reasonable Prices

Today, Samsung has unveiled a new consumer solid state drive (SSD) lineup - the Samsung 860 QVO SSD. The new SSD features capacity of up to 4 terabytes (TB) with speeds reaching 550/520 MB/s reads and writes, respectively. The drives are built using their own high-density 4-bit multi-level cell (QLC) NAND flash. Samsung has developed these drives to have higher capacity SSDs be more accessible to the masses (read: less expensive). Read More

G.Skill Launches Trident Z Royal Series DDR4 RGB Memory Kits

Adding to their long list of memory modules, G.Skill has announced a new set of memory dubbed the Royal Series. The royal series, as its name implies, features a "crown jewel" design. Where there used to be simple frosted plastic to let the RGB LEDs shine through, now uses a crystalline light bar scattering the RGB colors in different directions, The kits start from DDR4-3000 and will run up to a smoking fast DDR4-4600 with capacities ranging from 16 GB to 128 GB. Read More

Buyer's Guide: 6 Killer Systems to Build Right Now

With the holiday season underway, our experts share parts lists for six pc builds for any budget. Whether AMD or Intel, our buyers guide has you covered. The goal of 2018 holiday buyer's guide is to present a state of the union as to what a user should choose for processors, RAM capacity and speeds, motherboards, video cards, and power supplies. Read More

The 18 Best Deals from Newegg's 2018 Black Friday Sale

Whether it's a TV or vacuum cleaner, Black Friday tends to be the best time to score deals on just about anything. Computer hardware and accessories are no exception. It can be pretty overwhelming, sifting through all the available options, so we took the time-consuming research out of the equation. Below is a list of our 18 favorite deals from Newegg's Black Friday sale. Read More

DICE Announces RTX Ray Tracing in Battlefield V Can Now Be Enabled

One of the most anticipated new games releases from Dice, Battlefield V, is set to release to the non-paying public on November 19th. Outside of being another AAA title in the long-running Battlefield series, the game was to include ray tracing capabilities which the new NVIDIA RTX series of cards support with their ray tracing cores. Read More

G.SKill Announces DDR4-4266 64GB and DDR4-4000 128GB Memory Kits

G.Skill has announced two new additions to their already impressive stable of memory kits with the new DDR4-4266 64 GB (8x8 GB) and DDR4-4000 128 GB (8x16 GB) set designed for the latest Intel Core X-series processors using X299 based motherboards. GSkill says the kits are the highest speed available at such a capacity and will be available in 2019 Q1. Read More

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