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Tt eSPORTS MEKA G-Unit Red Switch Edition Keyboard Review

Adding to their already popular MEKA gaming keyboard line, Tt eSPORTS (Thermaltake) has a new member of the family we’ll be reviewing today. The MEKA G-Unit Cherry MX Red Switch Edition Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is the full name attached to this monster, and that’s certainly a mouthful! The MEKA G-Unit line of mechanical gaming keyboards comes in other options as well, coming in the form of the Illuminated Edition, Combat Edition and one called simply G-Unit. Let’s save the other MEKA G-Unit keyboards for perhaps another day and dive into today’s sample for a closer look at this latest mechanical gaming keyboard offering from Tt eSPORTS. Read More

ASUS Z87 Deluxe Motherboard Review

Recently we published a review on the ASUS Z87-A, which is a price conscious offering in ASUS’s mainstream line of Z87 motherboards. Today we’re going to take a trip much higher up the ladder and have a look at the ASUS Z87 Deluxe. The Z87 Deluxe is positioned near the top of the mainstream motherboards, and along with that comes a higher price point. Is the added cost worth it? Let’s take the ASUS Z87 Deluxe for a spin and find out! Read More

ASRock Z87 Extreme6 Motherboard Review

Another day, another LGA1150 motherboard. This time around it’s the ASRock’s Z87 Extreme6, a motherboard that sits somewhere between their mid-range and high-end offerings. During the last few CPU generations, ASRock has been known for making quality boards for a competitive price. Let’s see if the same holds true for the Haswell platform. Read More

G.Skill TridentX 8GB DDR3-2933 Memory Kit Review

Today we’re going to have a look at an insanely-spec’ed memory kit, G.Skill’s high frequency, 2×4 GB DDR3-2933 TridentX kit. It is designed for one thing – hitting extremely high frequencies on the Intel Haswell platform. Of course, people looking to buy such a kit want to know how it performs too, so we’ll look at that for you as well. Read More

Galaxy GTX 760 GC 2GB Video Card Review

Today we get an opportunity to review another GTX 760. This time it is from our friends at Galaxy. This version is also an overclocked version. Galaxy calls it, GTX 760 GC. They replaced the reference cooler with their own dual fan solution quad heat pipe solution, as well as changing some things around/fortifying on the PCB. Let’s check out what Galaxy did to it and see how it stacks up against the other cards we have reviewed so far. Read More

ASUS Z87-A Motherboard Review

With the release of the new Haswell line of CPUs, motherboard manufacturers are rolling out motherboards to support the new socket 1150 platform. Overclockers’ very own hokiealumnus recently published a review on ASUS’ top dog for this platform, the Maximus VI Extreme. Today however, we’ll tone it down a bit and review one of ASUS’ Z87 entry-level mainstream motherboards – the Z87-A. If you’re looking to get into the Haswell game at an affordable price, does ASUS have something worth your consideration in the Z87-A? Let’s find out! Read More

ASUS GTX 650 Ti Boost DirectCU II OC Review (w/ SLI)

Another day, another 650 Ti card to review it seems! If you have been looking at the front page like I know we ALL do, you have seen now three GTX 650 Ti Boost cards get the once over from Overclockers.com and they have all proven to be solid performers. Today we will get a chance to look at ASUS’ offering, the GTX 650 Ti Boost DirectCU II OC 2GB (that, folks, was a mouthful!). Like the Galaxy card I previously reviewed, this ASUS model has some modifications under the hood and on top of that, an overclock out of the box. Let’s take a look at the card and see whats happening! Read More

Vantec NexStar HX4R External HDD Enclosure

Looking at the title one can immediately notice this is not a CPU, GPU, or motherboard. Though it may resemble a coffee maker just a bit, it certain isn’t! All joking aside we have an External HDD enclosure from Vantec, the NexStar HX4R, to look at today. The enclosure offers several levels of RAID and the ability to hold up to four HDD’s and up to 16TB of data. Let’s take a closer look! Read More

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