Enthusiast Peripherals (32)

The PC Gaming market has not short supply of great gaming mice. There are so many these days that someone could get lost looking through them all. You can even go so far as to choose a mouse that works…
14 October 2014
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Deepcool Steam Castle Case Review Featured

Anyone who’s been involved with PC building and modding for any length of time has seen their share of oddities when it comes to PC cases. These are the first thing people see after all, and as such they were…
02 September 2014
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Thermaltake Urban T81 Review Featured

I’ve had the privilege of watching the PC industry change over the years, especially from an aesthetic standpoint. I’ve seen PC cases go from the beige and boring to the neon and gaudy to the sleek and subtle and back…
One of the fastest growing verticals in the PC market is the peripherals market. There are so many different companies that are pushing out keyboards, mice, headphones and more to the masses. While this growth is a good thing, it…
15 June 2014
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Thermaltake G41 Commander Case Review Featured

Thermaltake Technology has always had a full lineup of cases, from elegant to subdued to downright loud. I’ve had the chance to get my hands on several of their cases over the years in all different sizes and shapes, and…
15 May 2014
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Raijintek Ereboss CPU Cooler Review Featured

Today we are continuing our testing of the primary line of CPU coolers from Raijintek. In previous reviews we’ve already covered the low-profile Pallas and the smaller tower cooler dubbed the Themis Evo. Both of these coolers performed well, with…
There is no doubt that gaming is a huge part of the PC market. This one “segment” has so many verticals inside of it that it can be difficult to keep track of. You have GPUs, Keyboards, Mouse, Headphones, Speakers,…
29 April 2014
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Raijintek Themis EVO CPU Cooler Review Featured

Last week we brought you a review of the Pallas low-profile CPU cooler from a new company called Raijintek. We put it through our torture test and we were actually surprised at how well the little cooler did. With plenty…
22 April 2014
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Genius DeathTaker Professional Gaming Mouse Review Featured

In the gaming world there are few things as annoying as not having the right tools to keep up in your favorite game. Just ask any gamer about trying to play with a bad internet or LAN connection, or a…
21 April 2014
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Raijintek Pallas CPU Cooler Review Featured

Competition is one of the cornerstones of innovation, in the tech world and in many other areas. When we have several different companies marketing products to us that serve the same function, they will each strive to bring us, the…
16 March 2014
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Gamerstorm Lucifer CPU Cooler Review Featured

CPU cooling one of the prime considerations in any build. Once a new system builder decides if they’re going to use air or water for the purpose the next step is usually research. If they’re smart they’ll look at reviews…
PC enclosure reviews are not exactly the most exciting things on the internet. In far too many cases (no pun intended… ok well maybe) we find that the differences between one company and another is wholly cosmetic and are not…
26 August 2013
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Thermaltake GOrb II Notebook Cooler Review Featured

As we demand more and more from our mobile devices manufacturers are forced to try and stuff higher power CPU and GPUs inside ever-shrinking laptop and tablet shells. This leaves them in tricky position; they have to either put in…
In a market full of look-a-like products or flimsy gimmicks it is hard to find a truly interesting device. However, every now and then someone puts something together that is really out of the ordinary. This is what we found…
When Cooler Master Launched their new QuickFire Line of gaming keyboards with Mechanical switched they were very well received. We have had the chance to test out all of the models even though we have not always been able to…
04 November 2012
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Cooler Master Seidon 120M All-in-One Water Cooler Review Featured

Although all-in-one water cooling systems are nothing new, their rise in popularity is something very recent. We have watched as multiple companies have launched products designed bring “enthusiast” level cooling to the masses. This type of move is also nothing…
In the world of computer enclosures things can get boring pretty fast; after all how much can you do with a box? For too many companies the way to differentiate their products is to put in a window and extra…
Gaming keyboards have become popular over the past couple of years with multiple manufacturers working to outdo the other with their features and of course performance. The market has become big enough that we have even seen the return of…
Water cooling for high-performance cooling has been around for a very long time. It started (as many things do) with super computers and the need to maintain a specific temperature envelope. From there advanced cooling broke into the consumer market…
11 May 2012
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Thermaltake Tt eSports Saphira Gaming Mouse Review Featured

As we expand our coverage from core computer products to peripherals (and in the end everything else) we are moving into gaming first. We have already tested out more than a few mechanical gaming keyboards (and have more to come).…
There was a time when the only type of keyboard you could buy was one with mechanical switches. This was pretty much it for the old AT days of computing. This style of keyboard later extended into the first ATX…
In order to combat the growing popularity of console gaming (and also to support a growing population of gamers) many peripheral companies began to invest money into making real devices to support gaming on the PC. We have seen many…
24 April 2012
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Cooler Master's HAF XM Makes its Debut in Our Lab Featured

Cooler Master is celebrating 20 years of life (we got to celebrate with them at CES 2012), but it has only been in the last five or so that we have really watched them take off. With the launch of…
18 April 2012
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CM Storm's Sentinel Advance II Takes A Few Shots in Our Lab Featured

As you might have noticed we are getting back into our coverage of not only the core components to computers, but also the peripherals that make the computing experience what it is. One of the most used (and often overlooked)…
As the PC Gaming scene ramps up (now that nVidia has finally released Kepler) we are starting to see some very nice accessories to take advantage of the flexibility and power that you get when you build a PC for…