Cooler Master Storm Sirus Headset
Posted by: editor on: 26.02.2013 10:56:57 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: " Cooler Master have brought the Storm Sirus 5.1 in to the market and are aiming it directly at the high end serious gamer. In a market that is full of so called Gamer audio solutions, where few make the grade what can Cooler Master bring to the table in this busy market sector."
Tagged as: Headset, cm, storm, 5.1
Kingston HyperX 3K 120GB SSD
Posted by: editor on: 14.02.2013 10:16:17 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "With SSD tech advancing at a colossal rate and more and more technical terms appearing every day to describe controller types, wear levellers and other such additions can make it hard to know what is what in the world of the Solid State Drive."
Tagged as: HyperX, Kingston
AeroCool XPredator X3 Devil Red Case
Posted by: editor on: 04.02.2013 11:32:14 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "In today’s review we will be looking at our first AeroCool product, the product in question is their fairly new chassis the XPredator x3 which is another addition to their XPredator range. This one though has a smaller size but boasts that it still has as many excellent features."
Tagged as: AeroCool, XPredator
CM Storm Sentinel Advance II Mouse
Posted by: editor on: 29.01.2013 09:48:46 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: " So why so many mice on the market, one simple answer is to cater for the rise in online gaming with manufacturers capitalizing on the massive demand for more and more buttons or mice that cater for differing grip styles and many more."
Tagged as: Advance, Sentinel
SteelSeries Flux Headset
Posted by: editor on: 21.01.2013 12:03:06 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "Here at Xtreme we are no strangers of the SteelSeries range of keyboards, mice and headphones so when we were offered to look at their new range of headset The Flux aimed a mobile devices and such we thought we would take a look for you.."
Tagged as: Headset, SteelSeries, flux
Kingston DT Elite USB 3.0 64GB
Posted by: editor on: 17.01.2013 11:51:40 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "Some months ago Kingston added several new products to the highly respected Date Traveller line of thumb drives one of which being the DT Elite 3.0 64gig. In a market that is awash with Thumb drives in a huge variety of storage sizes and styles at prices so suit almost any pocket what if anything can Kingston offer us in the DT Elite 3.0 to set it aside from the thousands of competitors…"
Tagged as: Kingston
Lian Li PC-A55B Mid Tower
Posted by: editor on: 31.12.2012 10:39:51 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "In today’s review we will be looking a bit different to most computer cases and that is the Lian Li PC-A55B. The PC-A55B is a Chassis that has a bit of a twist to it, why not something major, I think it turns this case into an ideal solution for the system builder. Here is some info for those of you who don’t know who Lian Li are."
Epic Gear Medusa Gaming Mouse
Posted by: editor on: 30.10.2012 09:36:23 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "The gaming mouse market is full of mice for all types of gamers from hardcore enthusiasts to casual players with twitch and macro fanatics catered for along the way. Epic Gear is a relatively new kid on the block and has some very big ideas on how a gaming peripheral should perform"
Tagged as: Gaming, Medusa, Mouse, Epic Gear
XClio Touch 767 Chassis
Posted by: editor on: 24.09.2012 10:30:13 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "Today I will be reviewing the XClio Touch 767. XClio is one of those brands which have been around for a while, but isn’t the first brand I think of when considering what computer case I should get next. Hopefully by reviewing this product I’ll be able to see whether the XClio cases are worth your consideration in future, and indeed whether the Touch 767 compares well to its competition."
Tagged as: Chassis, xclio, computer case, Touch, 757
Fractal Design Define R4 Mid Tower
Posted by: editor on: 05.09.2012 11:25:16 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "With fractal Claiming that the Define R4 can support two separate radiators the case certainly has a lot to live up to considering the amount of media Fractal have distributed about the R4. A window option has also entered the arena being released slightly before going to press with this review."
Tagged as: Define, Design, Fractal_design, Computer, Case, Watercooling, Liquid_Cooling, 240mm_radiator
NZXT Phantom 410 Tower
Posted by: editor on: 30.08.2012 11:17:23 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "The original Phantom is almost a legend in the gaming chassis community, boasting build quality, sharp and radical design, water-cooling compatibility and superb airflow with plenty of fan options. Have NZXT done the same all round good job with the Phantoms younger brother the 410?"
Tagged as: Phantom410, Phantom 410, NZXT Phantom, Computer Case, Watercooling, Gaming PC, Gaming
Bitfenix Shinobi XL Full Tower
Posted by: editor on: 19.07.2012 10:40:58 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "The original Shinobi caused quite a stir when it hit the shelves, offering affordability, quality and clutter free looks. Available online for around £120 puts the Shinobi XL in direct competition with NZXTs Switch 810 and the mighty Fractal Design Define XL so competition in the price bracket is certainly tough, can the Shinobi XL compete?"
Tagged as: Bitfenix, Shinobi
Noctua NH-L12 Low profile Cooler
Posted by: editor on: 26.06.2012 10:24:00 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "Noctua are lorded as the best of the best when it comes to air cooling, they have had some slight misses with products but tend to be consistently high performance, quality, compatibility, and of course high price. Does the Noctua HN-L12 provide yet another winning formula for Noctua?, or is the NH-L12 a lack lustre addition to quickly capture the compact chassis market."
Tagged as: Cooler, Noctua, profile
Inno3D iChill GTX 670 HerculeZ 3000
Posted by: editor on: 04.06.2012 09:52:06 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "Today I have the Inno3D Ichill GTX 670 HerculeZ 3000 for review, The HerculeZ 3000 part of the name represents the cooler as its bigger sister is the GTX 680 HerculeZ 3000, We have seen quite a few reviews around the web on the new 670 series and so far they have all been good, let us move on and see if Inno3D’s offering is up to par."
Tagged as: HerculeZ, Ichill
Microlab FC330 2.1 Speaker Kit
Posted by: editor on: 29.05.2012 09:01:24 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "Microlab have been around a long time but are still a relative unknown under that name, although there is a good chance you have heard Microlab products at work, not to long ago in what many would consider Creative Audios height of sound reproduction quality the speakers you would find in those systems were more often than not made by Microlab"
Tagged as: Microlab, Speaker
SteelSeries Kana Mouse
Posted by: editor on: 07.05.2012 10:20:31 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "The KANA falls in to the middile category, classified by Steelseries as “the middle child” the KANA fills a void often left in the market for high end business users and casuial gamers. Not every office worker needs 7-20 buttons, not every gamer needs buttons everywhere when just a few extra will suffice for the casuial gamer, the KANA with 6 buttons and easy to use UI is poised to fill this gap."
Tagged as: SteelSeries
Noontec Zoro Headset
Posted by: editor on: 01.05.2012 10:33:38 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "On first inspection I notice that they look undeniably like the Dr. Dre’s Monster Beats brand which they do but can they match the sound quality, but having said that lets hope they beat (excuse the pun) the build quality as my own set of beats lasted 2 months before the headband just cracked and broke… "
Tagged as: Headset, Noontec
Prolimatech Megahalems Rev.C
Posted by: editor on: 18.04.2012 11:17:56 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "Over the years I have had many CPU coolers go through my hands some good, some not so good, some so flimsy just installing them almost destroyed them, some so bulky and heavy I had to make a prop to prevent one snapping a board."
Tagged as: Megahalems, Prolimatech
A walk about Gadget Show Live 2012
Posted by: editor on: 14.04.2012 09:03:03 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "This year’s Gadget Show Live has gotten off to a flying start at the Birmingham NEC with last year’s attendees exceeding 100,000 organisers are anticipating even larger visitor numbers this year, and with over 100 companies exhibiting at this year’s show there is certainly stuff to see."
Tagged as: Alpine, Antec, BoysStuff, E-Lites, Microlab, Parrot, Madcatz, Tritton, Cyborg, Overclockers, MSI, asus, Z77, Steelseries, Zotac, BF3.3, Kondor, 50cent, Scan, Coolermaster, Ecoglo, Epson, Sony, LG, Samsung, SMS audio, Bits From Bytes, Rapman 3.2, The Gadget Show Live 2012, Curtis “50cent” Jackson, Curtis Jackson, 50 cent
Thermaltake Massive23 GT
Posted by: editor on: 05.04.2012 10:51:32 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: " Although laptop technology has improved dramatically over the last decade heat continues to be a problem for many laptops to cope with. Heat build-up in a laptop (as in any device) Can degrade both performance of the device and longevity of its components, and in laptops and notebook form factors can seriously effect battery life and processor and GPU capabilities degrading speed of operation and physically damaging components."
Tagged as: Thermaltake
Steelseries WoW Legendary Edition MMO Mouse
Posted by: editor on: 22.03.2012 09:49:32 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "Steelseries has a vast array of MMO and Game orientated mice on the market with this latest MMO offering being geared towards players and fans of WoW with a custom UI and paintjob the WoW Legendary edition aims high in terms of features and customization. So let’s see how well this offering from Steelseries performs."
Tagged as: Edition, Legendary, Steelseries
Cougar Evolution Mid Case
Posted by: editor on: 01.03.2012 11:13:06 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "Today at XtremeComputing we are reviewing the Evolution Mid-Tower Case, from Cougar. Cougar are a brand I’ve not personally heard of, so let’s find out a bit more about them."
Tagged as: Cougar, Evolution
Noctua NF-N12 PWM 120mm fan
Posted by: editor on: 23.02.2012 09:42:58 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "Fans may not be the most exciting component in your new PC, however they do make a lot of difference in terms of performance, noise and enjoyability – it’s hard to enjoy a film (or game) if all you can hear is the whirling of wind turbines, when the film (or game) in question has nothing to do with planes"
Tagged as: Noctua
Steelseries Simraceway SRW-S1 Controller
Posted by: editor on: 13.02.2012 09:25:32 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "The Simraceway aims to provide the most comprehensive game control experience on the market today, quite the task when you consider the competition includes simple wheels to all in one racing chairs. So let’s have a closer look and see how this pretender to the throne of racing wheels shapes up."
Tagged as: Steelseries
BitFenix Raider ATX case
Posted by: editor on: 06.02.2012 10:24:04 [ 0 comment(s) ]
Quote: "Today I’ll be reviewing the BitFenix Raider ATX case. BitFenix has only been around a couple of years now, but has been churning out many great cases (such as the Colossus or Shinobi) at a frequent rate. This case is a mid-tower, in comparison so some of its bigger brothers, however I have high hopes that it will still meet the expectations of the BitFenix name. Let’s see how it fairs in the review"
Tagged as: BitFenix, Raider