Wacom Graphire 3 Tablet Review

January 27, 2009,   has blogged 16  posts

An oldie but a goodie. That’s what this tablet is. It allows you to interact with your PC with the ease and familiarity of a pen. Whether you want to add your signature to a document, edit photos, or create a masterpiece from scratch, this tablet can do it. The nice thing about it is …

Blaze Optical Mini Mouse Review

January 26, 2009,   has blogged 16  posts

Users of laptops and netbooks the world over will probably agree a touchpad is no substitute for a mouse; a regular sized mouse can sometimes be too cumbersome when traveling. The need for something smaller has led to the birth of the travel or mini mouse. The Blaze Mini Mouse is compact and functional, as …

Diamond HD4670 1GB Graphics Card Video Review

January 21, 2009,   has blogged 275  posts

Pcwizkid reviews the Diamond HD4670 1GB Graphics card. Diamond has been around since the good ol’ Voodoo days. I used to love diamond products, and still like a lot of the stuff coming out from them to date. One thing I have noticed is that the Diamond cards coming out lately have had fairly small …

GELID Solutions Silent 12PWM Case Fan Review

January 20, 2009,   has blogged 9  posts

PC cooling has been making progress more and more these days. While companies like Delta are focusing on high flow and major RPM’s others are focusing on quiet fans with high end cooling capability. If you have ever had a Delta fan you know how loud they can get, you sometimes sacrifice piece and quiet …

GELID Solutions WING 12 UV Case Fan Blue Review

January 19, 2009,   has blogged 9  posts

In the world of expletives, for something to succeed at sucking and blowing is usually a bad thing. Now let’s take our mind out of the gutter for a moment and let me explain the point I am getting at. Case fans are an integral part of the success of a PC’s temperature regulation, for …

Sunbeamtech Core-Contact Freezer – CPU Cooler Review

January 17, 2009,   has blogged 275  posts

Pcwizkid Reviews the Sunbeamtech Core-Contact Freezer – CPU Cooler this is another great cooler that looks a lot like the Thermalright, and Thermaltake coolers. This cooler design is gaining populatity with slight variations on the basic design. One of the nicest ones in my opinion is the Thermalright all copper version it is a very …

GELID Solutions High Performance GC1 Thermal Compound Review

January 16, 2009,   has blogged 9  posts

The performance PC world is big business now days, with more competition and quality products then you can shake a stick at. One thing that hasn’t had much competition is the world of thermal compounds, many have stepped up to take down Arctic Silver, and many have failed. It seemed unlikely that any company would …

SilverStone NT06-E CPU Cooler Review

January 14, 2009,   has blogged 275  posts

Pcwizkid’s review of the SilverStone NT06-E CPU Cooler is another very decent video based review. This cooler does look pretty impressive though its temperatures where pretty decent. One thing I would like to see on a cooler like this is the temps on the Ram. Although it wasn’t achieving overclocking cooling temps it could have …

Cooler Master Ultimate Series 700W PSU Review

December 24, 2008,   has blogged 275  posts

Pcwizkid reviews The Cooler Master Ultimate Series 700W PSU. In todays world of PCI-E cards, sli and, cross fire Power is a must have. Coming up short in your wattages, or getting a sub par PSU with poor temperature regulation could and will make a normally stable system useless. Cooler master are the right guys …

NZXT Tempest – Mid Tower Case Review

December 21, 2008,   has blogged 275  posts

Pcwizkid’s review of the NZXT Tempest Mid Tower Case. When looking over this case it reminds me a lot of the Thermaltake m9 case. I love the new tool less design of these cases and there cooling is incredible. The blue led’s are always a nice bonus but again the blue led’s seem to be …

Nostromo N52 Vs Saitek Cyborg Review

December 8, 2008,   has blogged 9  posts

There is a new gaming generation coming, and it is not like its grand fathered predecessor. The days of good ol’ IBM keyboards, and no mouse for playing first and third person action games is long gone. The laziness of todays gamer is getting harder and harder to satisfy everything must be ergonomic and be …