External hard drive adapters are essential disaster recovery or troubleshooting devices for do-it-yourself and professional repairs alike. However, there are many folks out there using these temporary solutions as “more than temporary.” Luckily, hard drive docks like the HighPoint RocketStor 5322 are durable enough to be utilized in many different capacities while still giving you easy access to your data.
Thermalright is one of the top names in PC cooling with a wide array of heatsinks to cool just about any component in a computer. Thermalright has recently released the AXP-100, which is designed for small form factor PCs, such as HTPCs and mini ITX systems. The AXP-100 will be pitted against a direct competitor, the Samuel 17 from Prolimatech, as well as a few larger heatsinks. Will the AXP-100 live up to the Thermalright name?
Today we get a chance to step outside of our little box at Overclockers.com and have an opportunity to take a look at a Compact Flash card from Transcend. Sure this isn’t a GPU, Motherboard, or CPU, but I’m more than certain at least some of us have used these before. If you’re a photographer, own a decent Digital SLR (DSLR) camera, or even have a device that records video, then CF cards should be familiar to you.
Last time around we took a look at be quiet!’s top-down heatsink, the Shadow Rock TopFlow, which performed well, but had a few clearance issues. The Dark Rock Pro 2 is the next heatsink to go through testing. This heatsink uses the large dual-tower design that has become popular as of late for its performance. So, let’s dig in and see what else be quiet! has to bring to the US market!
If you haven’t heard of be quiet!, it’s a German, award-winning manufacturer that specializes in power supplies, CPU coolers, and fans. be quiet! will be making its way into the US market soon, and with that expansion comes product reviews to inform US consumers of their products and those products’ performance. First up is the Shadow Rock TopFlow, which is a top-down style CPU heatsink for all current sockets.
Well folks, today is another day and with that we get a chance to review a video card offering from HIS. This time, its the HIS 7770 iCooler. This budget card comes with HIS’s iCooler which is supposed to help keep things cooler and quieter under the hood as well as sporting a 1000Mhz core clockspeed to help keep your games moving along. Let’s see how this little card that looks like it could, actually does!