MSI Radeon R9 270 Gaming OC Graphics Card Review and more
Posted on: 11/16/2013 09:50 AM
Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles, including MSI Radeon R9 270 Gaming OC Graphics Card Revie, SuperTalent Pico 32GB USB 3.0 Thumbdrive Review, Mobile CPU Comparison Guide Rev. 10.2, Intel Core i5-4670K vs 3570K vs 2500K Gaming-Performance, and Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse
MSI Radeon R9 270 Gaming OC Graphics Card Review @ Hardware 360
MSI has created an exceptional graphics card that will have no issues playing games at 1080p all while running cool and quiet. While the architecture isn't completely new the performance-per-watt is better than the last generation and AMD is kicking ass on the gaming bundle front.
Read more: MSI Radeon R9 270 Gaming OC Graphics Card Review @ Hardware 360Motorola Moto G review @ V3
A sub-£150 smartphone that beats many top-end handsets
Read more: Motorola Moto G review @ V3Raijintek THEMIS Review @ ocaholic
Today there are almost countless manufacturers of aircoolers out there but there are still companies, which think that there are some niches, that have not yet been addressed. With their THEMIS, Raijintek has decently sized tower cooler in its portfolio which should convince with an excellent price/performance ratio.
Read more: Raijintek THEMIS Review @ ocaholicSuperTalent Pico 32GB USB 3.0 Thumbdrive Review @ Madshrimps
SuperTalent launched their first Pico drive in 2008, now they are back with the same compact design, but much larger and promising higher speeds thanks to USB 3.0 interface. Let us put it to test.
Read more: SuperTalent Pico 32GB USB 3.0 Thumbdrive Review @ MadshrimpsCooler Master Nepton 140XL Liquid CPU Cooler Review @ TechnologyX
Cooler Master has been known for their line of AiO coolers for quite some time now and, even though they've got a pretty wide selection already available, they constantly seem to come out with something new. A perfect example of this is seen with their new Nepton Series of liquid CPU coolers where they are 140mm class units, yet they can accomodate 140mm or 120mm fans. Our friends at Cooler Master sent us one of these new Nepton 140XL to throw on the bench and check out.
Read more: Cooler Master Nepton 140XL Liquid CPU Cooler Review @ TechnologyXTt eSPORTS VOLOS MMORPG Gaming Mouse @ NikKTech
Although i never was much into online MMO games i have tried most of them (out of curiosity mostly) and one of the things that was immediately clear to me from day one was that compared to normal FPS, platform, RTS, simulators and other game types online MMO games require a lot more buttons/keys both on the keyboard and on the mouse. That's mainly because when playing online with dozens of people (or even with thousands in games like PlanetSide 2 one of the very few online games I do enjoy playing) you can't afford to have the same speed/efficiency like you would with a single player game when faced against computer controlled opponents. Now back then it did take some time for gaming peripherals manufacturers to see that gap in the market and start producing gaming keyboards and mice with more buttons on them than usual but now several years later we see more and more such MMO oriented products get introduced quite frequently. The VOLOS MMORPG Gaming Mouse is the latest product designed and manufactured by our friends over at Tt eSPORTS and after roughly one week of testing today we can finally upload our opinion about it.
Read more: Tt eSPORTS VOLOS MMORPG Gaming Mouse @ NikKTechMobile CPU Comparison Guide Rev. 10.2 @ Tech ARP
There are so many mobile CPU models that it has become quite impossible to keep up with the different models or even remember their specifications!
Therefore, we decided to compile this guide to provide an easy reference for those who are interested in comparing the specifications of the various mobile CPUs in the market, as well as those already obsolescent or obsolete.
Currently covering 877 mobile CPUs, this comprehensive comparison will allow you to easily compare 19 different specifications for each and every CPU. We hope it will prove to be a useful reference. We will keep this guide updated regularly so do check back for the latest updates!
To make it easy to compare the specifications, we split it up into three sections for your convenience. Just click on Split List to access them. However, if you prefer to compare all the CPUs for each company in a single table, we also have a single list which can be accessed by clicking on Full List. Just click on the company and the type of list you prefer.
Read more: Mobile CPU Comparison Guide Rev. 10.2 @ Tech ARPNZXT Source 530 Full Tower Computer Case Review @ Legit Reviews
NZXT has many award winning case designs, which offer features that are high in demand. One of their latest lines is the Source line. This case line is designed to include enthusiast level features while keeping the design simple. Currently there are four cases in this line, each are slightly different, while keeping the style similar across the line. Three of these cases are mid-towers, the fourth is a full tower. This line of cases starts at $34.72 shipped for the most basic model, the Source 210, while the highest priced model is the Source 530, coming in at a budget friendly $89.99 with free shipping. Read on to find out more about the flagship NZXT Source 530 chassis!
Read more: NZXT Source 530 Full Tower Computer Case Review @ Legit ReviewsAerocool Strike-X One Advance Review @ KitGuru
Today we are reviewing the new Aerocool Strike-X One Advance chassis. Aimed at the budget market, the Strike-X One Advance ships with two fans pre-installed and support for up to 6 storage drives all combined with an aggressive looking design. So, is the Strike-X One Advance worth its £30 asking price?
Read more: Aerocool Strike-X One Advance Review @ KitGuruGIGABYTE R9 280X OC Edition Video Card Review @ HardOCP
Today we review the GIGABYTE R9 280X OC Edition video card. Equipped with a factory overclock, GIGABYTE's WindForce 3X Triangle Cool technology, and Ultra Durable VGA components, we further overclock this card against a GTX 770 and GTX 760, overclocked as well!
Read more: GIGABYTE R9 280X OC Edition Video Card Review @ HardOCPEVGA Hadron Air review @ Hexus
t won't be long now until we start seeing industry predictions for 2014, and with the arrival of the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, it's fair to assume that it'll be a massive year for gaming. Yet, while the next-gen consoles will hog the limelight this holiday season, it could well be the PC that takes the driving seat.
Valve's Steam Machine is the latest attempt to bring high-end PC hardware into the living room, but over the course of the next few months, we can also expect to see a new wave of hardware aimed at self-builders who are eyeing-up a small-form-factor (SFF) gaming rig.
Read more: EVGA Hadron Air review @ HexusIntel Core i5-4670K vs 3570K vs 2500K Gaming-Performance @ ocaholic
When scrolling through the comments regarding our CPU gaming performance articles, quite a few of you guys were asking if for once, we could compare not only two but three generations. Today we're giving this a shot but it turned out that especially the conclusion was quite a bit tougher than when comparing two CPUs. Nevertheless we're hoping this article is also going to be an interesting read. We believe that quite a few gamer out there might be interested in seeing Sandy Bridge, Ivy Bridge and Haswell quad core parts without hyper threading in a gaming performance article.
Read more: Intel Core i5-4670K vs 3570K vs 2500K Gaming-Performance @ ocaholicBuffalo AirStation Wireless AC866 USB Adapter (WI-U2-866D) Review @ HardwareHeaven.com
Today we look at the AirStation AC866 Wireless USB adapter from Buffalo, offering up to AC866 speeds and supporting N300 as well.
Read more: Buffalo AirStation Wireless AC866 USB Adapter (WI-U2-866D) Review @ HardwareHeaven.comLogitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse @ LanOC Reviews
It was only a short time ago that I was taking a look at Logitech’s new G700s wireless gaming mouse. Not too long after that Logitech actually announced another wireless gaming mouse that would be sold alongside of the G700s, this one is called the G602. Unlike the G700s, the G602 wasn’t an upgrade to a previous model. The G602 a considerably different in design compared to the G700s and it also does not use a rechargeable battery. Logitech did however introduce it with a big promise, they claim 250 hours of gametime in its performance mode, an impressive number for a gaming mouse. Let’s dig into the G602 and find out if their claims have merit and find out what it’s all about.
Read more: Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse @ LanOC ReviewsADATA DashDrive Elite SE720 128GB External SSD Review @ The SSD Review
ADATA recently announced availability of their new DashDrive Elite SE720 External SSD and sent one along to us for analysis. Without stealing the thunder of this entire report, the SE720 is ultrathin, extremely well-built, has LSI SandForce speeds and we were floored at the Amazon pricing we found that brought this external SSD below that of many similar bare 128GB SSDs. Let's take a bit of a closer look and see just how well this external SSD is put together.
Read more: ADATA DashDrive Elite SE720 128GB External SSD Review @ The SSD ReviewNoctua NH-L9i and NH-L9a CPU Cooler Review @ Hardware 360
The Noctua L9 coolers may be small in size but they are excellent for their primary purpose of silence and issue-free clearance. Quality and design is typical Noctua, engineered with precision and of impeccable caliber.
Read more: Noctua NH-L9i and NH-L9a CPU Cooler Review @ Hardware 360