G.SKILL Trident Z 16GB DDR4-3400 CL16 Memory Review

A couple of weeks ago on Overclockers we posted a review of a great performing G.SKILL Trident Z 16GB DDR4-3200 memory. Today we wish to present a higher frequency memory kit from the same G.SKILL series – Trident Z 16GB DDR4-3400 CL16. After such good reviews of DDR4-3200 kit, we have high expectations regarding this faster version of Trident Z. Let’s not make this introduction any longer as I’m sure all wish to see what the Trident Z 16GB DDR4-3400 memory kit has to offer. Read More

G.SKILL Expands Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Family with KM780R Models

G.Skill just announced an expansion to their mechanical gaming keyboard family. The Ripjaws KM780R RGB and MX models are revised versions of their very successful KM780 series keyboards and features everything you already love about the original minus the extra gaming keycaps, puller tool, and keycap box. Because G.Skill is not including these accessories in the re-release they are able to reduce the price. Read More

I-Venstar S406 Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker Review

Today’s review is of the I-VENSTAR S406 high quality Bluetooth speaker. I-VENSTAR (A.K.A. VENSTAR) is a company which is becoming pretty well known for producing quality Bluetooth speakers. In this review we will attempt to test the S406’s capabilities as well as their claims of waterproof and dustproof. Let’s see what it has to offer, shall we? Read More

AMD Cuts Price of Nano Graphics Card to $499

Price drops are always welcome news to consumers, unless you were an early adopter and paid the full launch price of $649 for the AMD Nano GPU. If you held out until now, you are in luck as AMD just slashed the price to $499. Read More

CES 2016: In Win Unveils "Robotic" H-Tower, H-Frame 2.0 and 805 LED Front Panel

It wouldn’t be CES without a stunning and unique case concept from In Win. No surprise to anyone, In Win’s H-Tower “Transformer” case was dubbed a CES 2016 Innovation Award Winner. Although it’s very unlikely any of us will get our hands on this concept chassis, as it will likely be a limited release, In Win did have some beautiful (and expensive) consumer cases for the masses, too. Get ready for some eye candy! Read More