2015, Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Event, Opinion, VR World

PC Enthusiats: What Can We Expect to See at CES 2015?

CES Logo

With CES right around the corner and the industry’s marketing efforts going into overdrive, what is it that we will likely see next week?


VR World

Silent Base 800 Is The First Gaming Chassis From be quiet!

The Silent Base 800 features a great design and aims to offer industry-leading sound insulation.


Gaming, Graphics, Hardware, VR World

Gigabyte GA-F2A88XN-WIFI : The Start Of A HTPC

Gigabyte F2A88XN-WIFI

We take a look at the Gigabyte GA-F2A88XN-WIFI and see how it does as a choice for a HTPC build .



MSI Z97I Gaming AC Review: Small Wonder

MSI’s Z97I Gaming AC is one of the finest offerings in the mini-ITX segment.


Hardware, VR World

Lian Li PC-Q26 Is Ideal For Mini-ITX System Builders

With the ability to accommodate eleven hard drives in total, the PC-Q26 is ideal for enthusiast users looking to build a custom NAS.


Reviews, VR World

Thermaltake Core V1: A Mini Case With a Big Value

The Core V1 case has more than you would expect on a $50 Mini-ITX case.


VR World

In Win’s D-Frame Mini Is The Mini-ITX Version Of The Original D-Frame

Taiwanese case manufacturer In Win is collaborating with Caseking in launching the In Win D-Frame Mini, a smaller version of the D-Frame, an aluminium ruggedized chassis that is ideal for LAN parties. The D-Frame Mini is constructed out of a 4mm aluminium frame, and features 3mm tinted glass panels on each side. The 16 shock-proof rubber stands means that you can place the chassis on any side, and an integrated handle allows you to easily carry it around. While the D-Frame Mini carries the same design as its larger variant, it is designed to be used for mini-ITX builds. The mini-ITX segment has seen a lot


Analysis, Hardware

Mini-ITX 4 GHz Haswell: Climbing the 'Devil’s Canyon' With Size Constraints?

Ever thought of an ultra-small, yet fully overclockable, high speed desktop PC squeezed inside the compact Mini-ITX platform? A combination of Intel’s Core i7-4790X and Gigabyte GA-Z97N board could give you that, just watch the Mini-ITX size and power limits. First, with its jacked up CPU and GPU core speeds, the “Devil’s Canyon” 4 GHz four-core Haswell does have enough muscle to drive a home-theatre UHD 3840×2160 TV platform, in everything minus the 3D games. The latter point would, of course, have to wait for some substantial GPU architecture refresh within Intel, something not likely until Skylake platform a year and half from now. System