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T-Force Cardea Liquid M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD Review

When it comes to modern NVMe drives, heat actually becomes a real concern. Often times M.2 drives are buried under hot graphics cards, which tends to exacerbate the heat problem. To combat this growing concern for NVMe temperatures, and to stop the drives from thermal throttling, companies like Team Group are taking things to the next level. Their latest NVMe SSD release, the T-Force Cardea Liquid, features a liquid cooled heat sink. How can such a small device be liquid cooled? Follow along as we investigate this new drive and run it through a gambit of benchmark tests. Read More

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SilverStone SETA A1 Mid-Tower Case Review

Today we take an in-depth look at Silverstone’s SETA A1 Mid-tower case. The SETA A1 is advertised as a premium quality case with impressive lighting and substantial airflow. It features a steel chasis, brushed aluminum front panel, and a tempered glass side panel. It certainly has the look and feel of a quality case without being overly gaudy. Read More

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Team Group T-Force Delta MAX RGB SSD Review

Today we are reviewing a newly launched RGB solid state drive from Team Group. Announced in September, the newly redesigned T-Force Delta MAX is one of the most original creations we’ve ever seen in the hard drive market. It has addressable RGB LED’s and implements a mirror-type light diffuser. Team Group delivers a piece of RGB artwork that’s sure to an eye-catching element of any high-end computer build. Read More

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Antec P120 Crystal Mid Tower Case Review

Antec has released a brand new Mid-Tower case in the P120 Crystal. This new chassis may be one of the cleanest and most elegant cases Antec has produced. The P120 Crystal hails from the Antec Performance series of cases and includes full tempered glass front and side panels as well as the ability to mount a pair of 360mm radiators internally which is but one of many features. Read More

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Antec Dark Avenger DA601 Mid-Tower Case Review

Antec is at it once again. This time releasing their latest mid-tower gaming case, the DA601 Dark Avenger. With its futuristic front addressable RGB lighting and room for virtually any high-end PC component, you will be set to “conquer the endless gaming war”. While the timing and naming of the DA601 are impeccably similar to a recent superhero movie release, it will be up to you to conquer the war. Do you have the stones? Read More

System & Components

Enermax StarryFort SF30 Mid-Tower Case Review

During CES 2019 Enermax released the StarryFort SF30, a mid-tower case with their newest SquA RGB fans. The SF30 is a steel and plastic case that utilizes a tempered glass side, and front panel. Included are four ARGB fans as well as an ARGB strip located below the glass side panel. If that’s not enough they are all addressable for maximum PC dazzle. Let’s take a look at Enermax’s newest model. Read More

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ASUS Rampage VI Extreme Omega Motherboard Review: Taming the i9-9980XE

Fast forward to today, Intel has released a new lineup of CPUs, also based on the Skylake-X architecture ranging from the i7-9800X (8c/16t ~$600) all the way up to the flagship i9-9980XE (18c/36t ~$2000). The new processors are all 165W parts, but in testing these have pulled a few hundred watts with ambient cooling during stress testing. Due to increased power use, again we are seeing a couple of board partners releasing new versions of boards with even beefier VRMs and cooling to the new CPUs. ASUS was one of those and have taken high-end motherboard to what initially feels like a whole new level with the new ASUS Rampage VI Extreme Omega. Read More