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    Kingdom Come: Deliverance GPU Performance Review

    By Brent Justice   February 19, 2018

    We take the new game Kingdom Come: Deliverance and test ten current video cards in it to find how each one performs, how those stack up, and what the highest playable settings are. We test 4K, 1440p, and 1080p, with multiple graphics settings, maximum distance sliders, and find out what you need to play this game and have a good experience.

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    ASUS ROG STRIX X399-E Gaming Motherboard Review

    By Daniel Dobrowolski   February 14, 2018

    The ROG STRIX X399-E Gaming promises to be a lower cost options for AMD’s Threadripper processors. This is a "less is more" approach to motherboard design than the exquisite and expensive ROG Zenith Extreme. The ROG brand has always been a premium brand. With these lower cost STRIX boards, does this remain true?

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    ASUS ROG STRIX Z370-I Gaming Motherboard Review

    By Daniel Dobrowolski   February 12, 2018

    ASUS dominates the mini-ITX market with its various "I" series motherboards. It proved that going to a smaller form factor didn’t mean compromising on performance, only expandability. Even then, ASUS has mitigated a lot of those limitations as well. Does the ASUS ROG STRIX Z370-I Gaming motherboard live up to its predecessors.


    SilverStone SFX SX500-G 500W Power Supply Review

    By Paul Johnson   February 04, 2018

    SilverStone has been championing as well as leading the SFX form factor push for computer power supplies. Its SX500-G represents what we think is he most power we have ever seen shoehorned into a minuscule footprint. SilverStone likes to refer to the it in Watts Per Liter. At 630 "WPL" shows it takes up less than a liter of space in your new build.

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    Cooler Master ML240L RGB AIO CPU Cooler Review

    By Richard Gouge   January 29, 2018

    The Cooler Master "MasterLiquid" series of coolers is very robust. Today we again look at an "L" model All-In-One cooler that is part of its "Lite" series of AIO that is supposed to be easier on your wallet while delivering an "easy, reliable and low noise plunge into liquid cooling." Does the 240mm radiator Lite model deliver value...and cooling?

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    ENERMAX LIQTECH TR4 280 AIO Liquid CPU Cooler Review

    By Kyle Bennett   January 26, 2018

    ENERMAX has been the most aggressive company when it comes to cooling AMD's Threadripper CPU with an easy to use and affordable All-In-One system. Today we are reviewing its THIRD socket TR4-specific AIO. It's previous offerings have been extremely solid and we think that Enermax has stayed on point.

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    Corsair HX1000 1000W Power Supply Review

    By Paul Johnson   January 23, 2018

    The Corsair HX1000 computer power supply is, you guessed it, rated for 1000 huge watts of power delivery to your enthusiast system build. All of this comes in rated at extremely high efficiency, while being fully modular, all Japanese capacitors, and boasting "extremely tight voltage regulation." Let's put all that to the test.

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    Cooler Master ML120L RGB All-In-One CPU Cooler Review

    By Richard Gouge   January 17, 2018

    Cooler Master has recently revamped its entire line of All-In-One liquid CPU coolers, and it has specifically addressed putting a lower priced product into the market with its "Lite" series of AIOs that it says are "An easy, reliable and low noise plunge into liquid cooling." Let's see how its smallest radiator stands up to an overclocked Ryzen CPU.

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    Seasonic PRIME Ultra 750W Power Supply Review

    By Paul Johnson   January 15, 2018

    This new Seasonic PRIME Ultra 750 watt computer power supply is a revision of its previous PRIME Ultra line of PSUs. This alone makes us wonder just how much better Seasonic can actually make these power supplies, given just how great these were last time around. Let's find out if Seasonic has achieved building an even better PSU.

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    MSI X370 Gaming M7 ACK AMD Ryzen Motherboard Review

    By Daniel Dobrowolski   January 12, 2018

    MSI’s X370 Gaming M7 ACK brings a solid feature set and potential overclocking to the table. So far things have been a bit bumpy regarding AMD’s AM4 platform, but things have improved a lot recently. AMD’s AGESA code being up to scratch doesn’t mean anything if the motherboard manufacturers don’t do their part. Did MSI do its part?

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    Corsair H150i PRO RGB AIO CPU Cooler Review

    By Richard Gouge   January 08, 2018

    Corsair has just released its largest All-In-One (AIO) cooler to date. With a 360mm radiator, RGB Frag Harder Disco Lights, and magnetic levitation fans, it seems to be hitting all the popular checkboxes that are required nowadays when it comes to just about any product. Our primary concern is how well it cools a very hot overclocked CPU.

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    ASUS ROG Rampage VI APEX Motherboard Review

    By Daniel Dobrowolski   December 27, 2017

    ASUS’ purpose built overclocking motherboard stands out as one of the most interesting and provocative motherboards the Republic of Gamers brand has probably ever seen. However, we’ve seen motherboards that opt to specialize in one area lose out in others. We put the Rampage VI APEX to the test and see if its a predator.