System & Components

Silverstone Nightjar 450W Fanless SFX-L PSU Review

Silverstone has been in the fanless PSU market for well over 8 years. So how have things changed since then? Is Silverstone still a worthy option for fanless PSUs? We’ll find out with a detailed look at the Silverstone Nightjar 450 W, which is not only fanless, but also designed for mini ITX cases. Read More

Antec P101 Silent Mid-Tower Case Review

The Antec P101 Silent mid-tower case is designed with a minimalistic elegance and engineered for utter silence. It features sound damping panels and eight removable hard drive bays. It’s safe to say this case is geared towards customers who are serious about their quiet time and maximizing data storage.

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Mushkin Helix-L 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD Review

The Helix-L purports to be a budget offering with good performance (Up to 1700/1500 MB/s R/W) and a solid value per GB. The Helix uses again uses a Silicon Motion controller and runs without a DRAM module (cost savings) but uses HMB (Host Memory Buffer) and system RAM similar to how drives with integrated DRAM work as well. We’ll put the drive through its paces and see how the DRAMless drive performs! Read More

Cooler Master MWE Gold 750 Power Supply Review

The Cooler Master MWE series was announced back in June of this year promising to deliver 80 Plus Gold level efficiency while not breaking the bank. Is the MWE line still a good choice in the low to mid-range segment? We take a closer look below and find out. Read More

SilverStone LD01 Mid Tower Case Review

SilverStone has just introduced the new “Lucid” series of cases, and the LD01 is the first case in this series. The LD01 is a mid-tower case featuring tempered glass panels on three sides with a steel frame chassis. It sports an inverted motherboard layout for improved GPU temperatures. Read More

Tesoro Gram Spectrum TKL Mechanical Keyboard Review

Tesoro has been manufacturing computer peripherals such as keyboards, mice, headsets, and chairs for quite some time, but they don’t seem to be mentioned as often as I’d expect during peripheral discussions. However, they seem to offer some fully-featured and innovative products such as the keyboard we have for review today. That keyboard is Tesoro’s Gram Spectrum TKL which is a low-profile, compact (tenkeyless), RGB, mechanical keyboard designed to be portable while still competing with high-end gaming keyboards. Read More

Cooler Master SL600M Mid Tower Case Review

Today we review the Cooler Master Mastercase SL600M. Advertised as a premier aluminum mid-tower case the SL600M replaces the H500 series as their new flagship in the mid tower line of cases. Equipped with new features and a sleek new look this case is sure to turn heads. Read More

Raijintek Ophion Evo Case Review

Raijintek was founded in 2013 “with the aim of designing high-end products for lifestyle, computer, and day-to-day usage.” Their computer products consist of cases, heatsinks, AIO water cooling units, custom water loop parts, and fans. Today, we have a new entry into their case lineup, the Ophion Evo. The Ophion Evo is a small form factor (SFF) case with a popular internal design that intends not to sacrifice much on the compatibility side. Read More

The RBT Rebel Real 1.112 Mouse Review

The RBT (Right ‘Bove Touch) Rebel Real mouse is new to the market from a new company by the name of QuadraClicks Gaming, located in Los Angeles, California. They have gotten their start through an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign and have been successful in getting their design manufactured and ready for public consumption. Read More

EVGA Supernova 650 G3 Power Supply Review

EVGA probably isn’t the first name you think of regarding high-quality PSUs, but they’re certainly no newbies considering they made what is basically the Tesla Roadster of PSUs – top-flight specs that almost everyone wants, but also massive overkill and beyond budget for most PC builders. Today, in contrast, we’ll be reviewing an EVGA Supernova 650 G3 PSU, one that the average PC builder can actually afford, yet is adequate for even a fairly high-end PC. Will EVGA be able to deliver on a budget? Read More

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