Home » Reviews & Articles » Hardware (page 28)

Hardware

Corsair P64 SSD

  With the recent rush of SSD’s, you may have trouble finding the one that is right for you. This 64 GB model has enough space for your OS and other programs, and comes in at a nice price point.

Read More »

Cooler Master Hyper 212+

Cooler Master has always been thinking bout those who need a good cooling solution for their CPU’s, with spending a whole lot of money. Here at Bjorn3d and the Dragon’s Lair we going to look at the Hyper 212+.

Read More »

Max Cube Amoris 6010

The Armoris Is both functional, stylish, and also is easy enough for a novice to assemble his/her computer components, while at the same time provide thenecessary airflow needed to keep these components cool.

Read More »

In Win Ammo

Enforced with a military design, we review In Win’s 2009 Red Dot Design Award winning 2.5″ enclosure, the Ammo.

Read More »

Eagle Tech Arion 2.1 Speakers

Eagle Tech has brought out a set of speakers that sound both good and looks good. And are perfect for those who need just a set of stereo speakers with a bit of kick or for those who need to compliment their 5.1 speakers for true 7.1.

Read More »

MSI X58M

  Many of you surely don’t need a full ATX motherboard to run the one graphics card you have, so you could save yourself a few bucks with the MSI X58M, and still have all the features of a larger board.

Read More »

Gigabyte GA-P55-UD6 Preview

We have some early preview shots of the Gigabyte GA-EP55-UD6 which is slated to be the top of the line Lynnfield Gigabyte board for core i5 CPU’s.

Read More »

Gigabyte 9800 GT Silent Cell

  When you cant stand any noise coming from your computer, it can be hard to find a card that suits your needs. Every high end card no a days has a loud fan, but not this one.

Read More »

Nanya Elixir DDR3 1600

  With 1600 mhz RAM being the norm what can a company do to distinguish itself? Today we have Nanya’s best performing RAM, which hopes to overclock to high speeds, giving you more performance.

Read More »

Seagate Barracuda LP 2TB

The Seagate Barracuda LP 2TB drive is a “Green” based drive that offers a huge storage capacity, uses less voltage and still offers good performance..

Read More »

WWF Panda 16GB USB Drive

The WWF Panda 16GB USB drive comes in a variety of sizes and Active Media Products makes a contribution to the World Wildlife fund for each one purchased.

Read More »

Kingston DataTraveler DT200/64GB

USB Drive storage capacities have skyrocketed up to 128GB on select models. Kingston a leader in memory technology has fielded DataTraveler DT200 drives in 32/64/128GB Capacities.

Read More »

X-Trac Logic mouse Pads

XTrac, has come up with a super thin, washable, that sticks to just about any surface giving these mouse pads a non slipping capabilities. Lets look at XTracs newest addition the Logic Mouse pad.

Read More »

In Win X-Fighter

The X-Fighter is In Win’s latest gaming enthusiast chassis. Accommodating water cooling, big video cards and good air flow, we review the X-Fighter to see how it competes.

Read More »

NZXT Cryo S

Not all laptops can sit on your lap for too long due to the heat they generate. We review the NZXT Cryo S to see how it keeps your lap, and laptop cool.

Read More »

Rosewill RM-8500

Need a portable mouse? Check out the Rosewill’s latest RM-8500 as it is designed for those who game on the road. It is packed with five buttons and has the ability to switch between 800 and 1600 DPI settings all at the cost of $40.00 MSRP. Is it worth sheading …

Read More »

Synology DS209, Budget Alternative to DS209+

Synology has recently launched a budget version of their flagship DiskStation DS209+ at whopping $200 cheaper in the price. Today, we are going to put it against its older brother and see how much performance hit would you expect by saving $200.

Read More »

Thermal Paste Round Up

With all the thermal paste solutions out there, exactly who is the best? Step on inside the Dragon Lair and let’s find out.

Read More »

Asus HD 4770 Formula Edition

  When the stock cooler isn’t enough for you, then you generally buy an aftermarket heat sink to keep your graphics card cool. Well Asus has decided to do this for you with their new Formula edition of the HD 4770.

Read More »

ICY DOCK MB877SK-B

Needing a 5.25″ HDD bay enclosure that allows you to remove the HDD when it is need? The ICY DOCK MB877SK-B might be right up your alley.

Read More »

Icy Dock MB876SK

  You may not be a business owner, but you can still benefit from a removable HDD rack. The HDD can quickly be removed from the rack for use in another computer or as a hard drive replacement.

Read More »

ASUS EN9600GT 512 meg

ASUS has made an allready Flexable video card, more flexable. Lets see inside on what ASUS did to an allready good performing video card the 9600GT.

Read More »

PC Power & Cooling Pro-Source 1500

The PC Power & Cooling Pro-Source is an industrial quality Pure Sine Wave Uninterpretable Power Supply capable of keeping your system running for 12 minutes under a 600 watt load.

Read More »

Kingston KHX12800D3LLK3/6GX (Revisited)

We have decided to take a second look at the Kingston KHX12800D3LLK3/6GX six month since the inception of Core i7 and see if the matured BIOS has any effect on its performance and overclocking result. Also, we will be looking at the performance gain of the faster memory on the …

Read More »

Kingwin ABT-1000MAIS Power Supply

  In this day and age you can never have enough power for your computer. Why not give the Kingwin 1000MAIS power supply a spin? With 1000 watts of power, you’ll be able to power your new super computer.

Read More »

Ikonik Vulcan 850w PSU

  Does that new hardware require a bit more power? How about your want for a modular design? Well, how about checking out the Ikonik Vulcan 850 watt power supply for your new rig?

Read More »

Cooler Master Hyper TX3

  With Intel’s new socket right on the horizon, there are not a whole lot of coolers equipped to fit on the new socket. Today we have the Cooler master Hyper TX3, which will fit this socket.

Read More »

Razer Sphex

Razer gives us their new mouse pad before launch, the Sphex. Being the thinnest gaming pad available, we give it a run to see how it holds up against its heavyweight competitors.

Read More »

Leadtek Winfast PxVC1100

If you have the need to transcode a large volume of high definition contents, you must check out the Leadtek’s Winfast PxVC1100. It uses Toshiba’s SpursEngine to assist high definition transcoding and also enhances the video images. We put it against a Core 2 Quad processor running at 3.0GHz and …

Read More »

Kingwin XT-1264

Kingwin has come up with another good replacement of the nasty stock coolers that AMD and Intel uses for there CPU’s. Lets take a sneak peek at the XT-1264 CPU cooler.

Read More »

ICY DOCK MB881US-1S-1

ICY DOCK has come up with a good way for us people to use them extra SATA hard drives that been taking up precious space.

Read More »

Patriot 128Gig Torqx

When it comes to our computers, the actual slowest device we use constantly in it is the HDD itself. IS there any way we can relive ourselves of this type of constraint?

Read More »

OCZ Vendetta 2

  What happens when you want great performance from a CPU cooler without breaking the bank? You look for alternatives! The OCZ Vendetta 2 is the perfect starting point for your quest.

Read More »