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Montech X3 Glass Mid-Tower Case Review

Montech is a fairly new face in the PC community. They started in 2016 and have only been around for 5 years, so there is little known about their products. Today, we attempt to change that as we review the Montech X3 Glass, Montech’s newest entry-level PC chassis. Touted as their top billing for entry-level cases, they claim it’s greatly improved over previous “X” series cases. In this review, we run the X3 Glass through the trenches to determine what this budget-friendly chassis is capable of. Read More

Silicon Power XPOWER Zenith RGB DDR4 Gaming Memory Review
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Silicon Power XPOWER Zenith RGB DDR4 Gaming Memory Review

If you’ve read our recent memory reviews, then you know we’ve been exploring the performance and overclocking characteristics of Samsung-based dual-rank memory modules. It’s been an enlightening dive down the performance rabbit hole, but the high price of those kits means that they’re out of reach for the average user. So, are dual-rank memory kits only for those with deep pockets? The new XPOWER Zenith kit from Silicon Power proves that you can have 32 GB of dual-rank magic and have money left to spend elsewhere.  Read More

MSI Clutch GM41 Lightweight Wireless Review
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MSI Clutch GM41 Lightweight Wireless Gaming Mouse Review

MSI was kind enough to send Overclockers.com a sample of the Clutch GM41 Lightweight Wireless mouse for review in advance of today’s release date. This model expands on the current Clutch GM41 Lightweight Wired mouse which was well-received by reviewers, but consumers wanted more. So MSI responded with this wireless version. In this review, we will cover all the features of this latest offering and determine if the MSI Clutch GM41 Lightweight Wireless mouse is right for you. Read More

XPG Starker Mid-Tower Case Review
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XPG Starker Mid-Tower Case Review

Today on the review table is the XPG Starker. A compact and versatile mid-tower chassis. While it is the smallest case offered by ADATA’s gaming division, XPG, there is still plenty of space for a multitude of components and various configurations. This is due to intelligently designed features and multipurpose plates included with the Starker. We will get into that and much more as we take a deep dive into what makes the XPG Starker so special. Read More

Team Group T-Force XTREEM ARGB 32GB Review
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Team Group T-Force XTREEM ARGB 32GB Review

Last December we reviewed G.Skill’s acclaimed Samsung B-Die-based dual-rank performance memory kit. Today, it remains one of the best performing kits on the market, but there’s a new challenger to the dual-rank 2 x 16 GB throne. Team Group quietly released their own ultra-performance Samsung B-Die-based dual-rank kit. The Team Group T-Force XTREEM ARGB is rated for 3600 MHz at shockingly low primary timings of CL14-15-15. Read More

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XPG Defender Pro Mid-Tower Case Review

The XPG Defender Pro is a Mid-Tower chassis that offers enthusiast-grade performance with exceptional airflow and functionality. Designed to accommodate E-ATX motherboards, large graphics cards, custom water cooling, and plenty of RGB lighting, the Defender Pro is a gamer’s dream chassis. Positioned between XPG’s flagship chassis, the Battlecruiser, and its first offering, the Invader, the Defender Pro, provides all the premium features with a reasonable price tag. Read More