Thermaltake Contac 29 CPU Cooler Review

March 31, 2010,   has blogged 70  posts

With so many CPU coolers available on todays market you really need to consider your choice carefully, and since we get to play with them for free that’s why we try and help to narrow down the difficult choice you have to make. Now in the past I have been skeptical of some coolers even …

Printshop 2.0 Professional Software Review

February 12, 2010,   has blogged 70  posts

While we attended CES 2010 we were introduced and managed to get our hands on a few copies of some very interesting software that can make both large and small design projects quickly, easily, and with professional results.  Print Shop 2.0 is great for both home and office use. In just minutes you can create …

In-Win Maelstrom Full Tower Case Review

January 13, 2010,   has blogged 70  posts

As far as I am concerned when it comes to big full tower cases the In-Win Maelstrom ranks right near the top. In the past I found that some full tower cases while having massive amounts of fan support, sort of looked bland and had no flair. Well that ends here. With this full tower …

In-Win FANQUA Case Review

January 2, 2010,   has blogged 70  posts

Today we look at the In-Win FANQUA. Now I know that isn’t a real word and there’s a reason for that and it’s because it’s an acronym.  FANQUA Stands for Fan, Air Flow, Neat, Quality, User Friendly and Affordable, and I can tell you that each of those is a very accurate description. This case …

Axus FiT 300 RAID Array Review

December 21, 2009,   has blogged 70  posts

Let me just get this out of the way, I have never personally used a RAID array before, but I know people who have. While some swear by it I have also heard those that don’t trust it at all. Well now it’s my turn to make up my mind. Of course I will be …

Kingwin Lazer 850W Performance Series PSU Review

December 14, 2009,   has blogged 70  posts

Today I am not going to come up with some clever story of why I think you should think about buying one, I am just going to point out why the Kingwin Lazer 850W PSU is to date one of my favorite PSUs that I have had the privilege of using. For starters want to …

Verbatim Easy Riser™ Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse

December 11, 2009,   has blogged 70  posts

Let’s say that you have a laptop or netbook or some other mobile device of the kind, and you are starting to find that you don’t really like the track pad and rocker buttons. Now this could be for many reasons but let’s just say that it could be for one of two main reasons. …

Aerocool DCC C900 CPU Cooler Review

November 4, 2009,   has blogged 70  posts

So far we have found that Aerocool makes a pretty good product, we have tested out two of their LCD touch screen fan controllers and a bunch of their cases. From looking at some of their other products we have seen that they have a few CPU Coolers that also look quite promising, but today …

NZXT Sentry 2 LCD Touch Screen Fan Controller Review

October 28, 2009,   has blogged 70  posts

Recently I have seen an incline of want and or need in fan controllers for people cases. Many of the gaming chassis that I have review as of late come with fan controllers built right into the cases front panel, in some cases two controllers for the intake and exhaust. But what if you want …

NZXT Panzerbox Classic Series Gaming Case Review

October 14, 2009,   has blogged 70  posts

So your looking for a new LAN Party Case for your rig, some are small and easy to carry and because of that there is no room for your larger video card. Next you look at another case that is big and has plenty of room for your video card, but now that in itself …

Callpod Fuel Tank Review

October 7, 2009,   has blogged 70  posts

So you’re at the office and you suddenly hear a familiar sound, the dreaded low battery beep from your phone and you are expecting an important call soon, what are you to do. Well this morning you phone read that it had a full charge so you didn’t think to grab your wall charger, but …

Tuniq TX-3 Thermal Paste Reivew

September 9, 2009,   has blogged 70  posts

When it comes to thermal paste there really isn’t much to say. Over the years there have been many different formulas which in turn results in many different styles. There are some that act like mercury, there are some that are just simple strips that you cut and place, while most are your basic grey …