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Evercool HPQ-12025 Venti CPU Cooler Review

Evercool has made a push to offer enthusiast level CPU coolers at affordable prices, and today’s review sample is an example of this effort. I’m sure you’re aware the CPU cooler market is saturated with viable low cost options, so let’s take the Evercool Venti for ride and see how it fares! Read More

be quiet! Shadow Rock TopFlow Review

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. Read More

HIS HD 7770 iCooler Video Card Review

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! Read More

Fractal Design Adjust 108 Fan Controller Review

Mostly known for their cases, fans, and power supplies, Fractal Design looks to add fan controllers to their product line up with the release of their new Adjust 108. Sporting a brushed aluminum panel and a stout 36 watts per channel, it certainly looks like the Adjust 108 has the right DNA to be a contender in the competitive fan controller market. Read More

Cooler Master Storm Quickfire TK Mechanical Keyboard Review

Cooler Master is a company that branches out into multiple facets of the computing experience; with their product lines including cases, power supplies, coolers, fans, and peripherals like keyboards and mice. In this article I will be reviewing the Cooler Master Storm Quickfire TK mechanical keyboard (with Cherry MX Red switches). Read More

Thermaltake Armor Revo Gene Mid-Tower Case Review

Thermaltake rarely sits still and constantly strives to bring new and innovative products to market. Today’s review of the Armor Revo Gene is yet another example of an existing series being re-worked. The Gene version of the Armor Revo is a bit smaller than the original and includes a few enhancements. So, how did Thermaltake do this time around? Let’s find out, shall we? Read More

HIS HD 7850 iPower IceQ Turbo 4GB GPU Review with Crossfire

HIS sent us not one, but two of their brand new 7850 iPower IceQ Turbo 4GB cards. I find the combination of 4GB of RAM and a 7850 to be a bit odd as a single card has little hope of driving enough monitor to need more than 2GB. A pair of cards on the other hand, have a chance. In Crossfire (and SLI) the GPU RAM is not added together, a pair of 2GB cards still gives you 2GB. Thus for high resolution (or extremely high detail) use, two 2GB cards might not cut it. Enter the 7850 4GB cards! Inexpensive enough to crossfire (I hope), plenty of RAM for top end stuff. The main question is, does a 7850 core have enough guts to push that many pixels? I aim to find out. Read More

Logisys PS480X2 PSU Review

We’ve got a dubious one here today folks! Logisys wouldn’t dream of sending one of these things out for review, but Glorious Leader stepped up and threw down some cash to make it happen. This thing cost $14.50 shipped with tax, the big question is: Will it explode? If not, will it actually function well enough to run a computer safely? For answers to those questions and more, read the rest of the article! Read More

Gigabyte Z77X-UP4 TH Motherboard Review

Ivy Bridge motherboards have been out for well over a year now and we reviewed several of the major players across nearly all brands here at Overclockers.com. That said, each vendor has so many choices in their stable, there is bound to be something we can look at and perhaps some new features Today we get a chance to look at Gigabyte’s Z77X-UP4 TH. This is a mid-level type of board but includes Intel’s Thunderbolt connectivity. Let’s see how she looks and performs, shall we? Read More

In Win GT1 Mid-Tower Case Review

In January of this year, In Win announced its first generation of mid-tower gaming cases – the GT1. With an eye on cooling performance, lots of features, and a unique look, In Win hopes to attract the gamer in all of us with an affordable chassis design. Read More

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