Cooling

Alphacool Launches Rise Aurora 120mm PWM ARGB Fan

Today, Alphacool launched the Rise Aurora 120 mm PWM fan. This high-speed fan features a sleeve-bearing with a rated speed of 2500RPM capable of producing 118 m3h of airflow and 3.17 mm/H2O of static pressure. These impressive numbers do come at the cost of noise as the Rise Aurora 120 mm generates 31.5 dB(A) at its maximum speed. To help control the noise it is fitted with a PWM connector with 0% PWM functionality so your motherboard can tame this beast when its full power isn’t needed. Additionally, it features 20 addressable RGB LEDs to provide a beautiful array of lighting.  Currently available on the Alphacool website for $19.45 the Rise Aurora is bound to be a success. Here is the press release from Alphacool. Read More

MSI Clutch GM41 Lightweight Wireless Review
Reviews

MSI Clutch GM41 Lightweight Wireless Gaming Mouse Review

MSI was kind enough to send Overclockers.com a sample of the Clutch GM41 Lightweight Wireless mouse for review in advance of today’s release date. This model expands on the current Clutch GM41 Lightweight Wired mouse which was well-received by reviewers, but consumers wanted more. So MSI responded with this wireless version. In this review, we will cover all the features of this latest offering and determine if the MSI Clutch GM41 Lightweight Wireless mouse is right for you. Read More

XPG Starker Mid-Tower Case Review
Reviews

XPG Starker Mid-Tower Case Review

Today on the review table is the XPG Starker. A compact and versatile mid-tower chassis. While it is the smallest case offered by ADATA’s gaming division, XPG, there is still plenty of space for a multitude of components and various configurations. This is due to intelligently designed features and multipurpose plates included with the Starker. We will get into that and much more as we take a deep dive into what makes the XPG Starker so special. Read More

News

CORSAIR Launches VIRTUOSO RGB Wireless XT Gaming Headset

Corsair has just announced the Virtuoso RGB Wireless XT gaming headset. This new top-of-the-line headset simultaneously connects via Slipstream Wireless and Bluetooth technologies for unrivaled dual wireless connectivity. It also features Dolby Atmos 3-D spatial audio covering a frequency range from 20 Hz to 40,000 Hz. The Corsair Virtuoso XT Wireless is available right now on the Corsair website for $269.99. Continue reading Corsair’s press release below for additional information. Read More

Memory

G.Skill Announces Trident Z Royal Elite Series DDR4 Memory

G.Skill announced the all-new Trident Z Royal Elite Series DDR4 ram. Continuing the legacy of the Trident Z Royal family, the Royal Elite Series will feature the same crystalline light bar with 8 RGB zones, but will now sport a matching crystalline-shaped gold or silver heat spreader. The Royal Elite isn’t just a cosmetic upgrade. As the new premium DDR4 memory, the Royal Elite Series boasts speeds from 3600 MHz all the way up to 5333 Mhz. Availability is slated for May of 2021 but pricing is not listed at this time. Here is the official press release from G.Skill. Read More

News

Corsair Launches K70 RGB TKL Gaming Keyboard and SABRE PRO Gaming Mice

Corsair launched three new products today. The first is the K70 RGB TKL Gaming Keyboard, the 60% keyboard from Corsair that we’ve all been hoping for. The K70 RGB TKL comes available with a selection of 100% CHERRY MX Red, Silent Red, or SPEED Silver mechanical key switches and is a tenkeyless design. Also in today’s announcement are the Corsair Sabre Pro and Sabre RGB Pro gaming mice. Both are equipped with 8,000Hz polling and AXON hyper-processing technology. Availability is reported to be immediate. The K70 RGB TKL Cherry MX Speed is listed for $139, while the Sabre RGB Pro is $59.99 and the Sabre Pro (non-RGB) is only $54.99. Here is the official press release from Corsair. Read More

News

Corsair Launches K55 RGB PRO and K55 RGB PRO XT Gaming Keyboards

Today, Corsair launched two new keyboards geared at gamers and content creators. The K55 RGB Pro and K55 RGB PRO XT expand on the already popular K55 series keyboards. Five RGB zones are present in the K55 RGB Pro while the Pro XT features “per-key RGB lighting”. Naturally, both are controllable via Corsair’s iCUE software. The K55 RGB PRO costs $49.99 and the K55 RGB PRO XT will set you back $69.99. Both set at very reasonable prices for quality gaming keyboards. Below is the press release from Corsair. Read More

Memory

Mushkin Announces Redline Lumina RGB Series DDR4 Memory

Today, Mushkin announced its new Redline Lumina RGB Desktop memory line with capacities up to 64GB and frequencies ranging between 2666MHz to 4133MHz, the new Redline Lumina RGB series should be placed in line with most kits. Each module also features 16 RGB LEDs to help accentuate your rig.  Pricing wasn’t listed, but below are the full specs along with a few words from Mushkin. Read More