Everyone has their favorite mouse for sure; but to get the most from the experience, a good mouse pad is essential. Enter the newly released HyperX Fury Pro Gaming Mouse pad. While advertised as a gaming mouse pad, the different available size options are suitable for just about any scenario. The folks at Kingston HyperX asked us to have a look at this mouse pad and let them know what we think, so let’s get to it.
Mini-ITX system builds have become a very popular option for those who might be limited on space or looking to integrate a HTPC with their entertainment center. GIGABYTE has a few different Mini-ITX motherboards in their repertoire, but today we’ll be looking at the Z97N-WIFI revision 1.0 offering. At first glance, the motherboard seems to have everything you need for a sweet small form factor (SFF) build.
Today we bring you a new SSD on the market from Galax, you know, formerly Galaxy, the maker of the infamous high end NVIDIA H.O.F. cards we all love so much?! Galax has teamed up with JMicron to bring you an SSD made for gaming primarily. While this data isn’t particularly special in how it needs to be handled, what we don’t need on a drive like this is blazing write speeds as once things get installed, its usually there. And even the slowest of the SSDs are still way faster than a HDD by leaps and bounds. Let’s see what the Galax Gamer 120GB SSD has to offer us, shall we?
We received word today from GIGABYTE about motherboard compatibility with the new NVMe SSD interface and Intel’s 750 series PCIe SSDs. This new offering from Intel is built around this new NVMe interface, and GIGABYTE wants to make sure you’re ready if you decide to take the plunge. Here is the press release we received today.
It has been a while since anything GIGABYTE has graced us with its presence at Overclockers.com, but it has come back with a vengeance in the form of their top of the line X99 overclocking motherboard – the X99 SOC Champion. You may remember a news article we published a couple weeks back outlining some of the features the new Champion series motherboards offer, such as faster XMP profile support (up to 3400 MHz!), all digital PWM, Realtek ALC1150 audio, and the Killer E2200 NIC, etc.
When you think of enthusiast-level memory, one of the first names that comes to mind is G.Skill. They’ve been catering to the overclocking and enthusiast crowd since the company was founded back in 1989. That tradition has carried forward to their DDR4 memory line; and today, we’ll have a look at another of G.Skill’s Ripjaws4 offerings in the form of a 32 GB DDR4-2800 MHz kit. We recently published a review on the 16 GB kit of this same memory, so let’s find out what the 32 GB version has to offer.
The Luxa2-Thermaltake Mobile GroovyA wireless stereo speaker hits the test bench today and promises to offer a few unique features we have yet to see from a portable Bluetooth speaker. From its adjustable listening angles to its sleek modern looks, the speaker appears well-equipped to handle your mobile listening tasks. Oh yea, lest we forget… there’s an App for that! Let’s get started and see what Luxa2-Thermaltake Mobile brings to the table.