VR World

NZXT Rolls Out Two New S340 Color Edition Cases

NZXT S340 Color Edition - 3

NZXT follows up its hit S340 chassis that it released last fall by announcing today that it is bringing out two new versions.


Business, Hardware, VR World

Transform Your PSU Cabling With CableMod Premium Cables

CableMod E series - 9

CableMod’s enthusiast friendly PC cables come in a variety of different colors and should keep most modders happy.


Hardware, Reviews

Fractal Design Tesla R2 White Power Supply Review


The Tesla R2 from Fractal Design is a competitive PSU that enthusiasts are sure to love.


2014, Comic-Con, Event, Gaming, Graphics, Hardware, Memory & Storage Space, VR World

Corsair Launches Variety of New Products at Computex 2014

Graphite 780T Blk UI Close-up

Today at Computex 2014, Corsair released a variety of new products. First up are the Cherry MX RGB Gaming Keyboards, the first mechanical keyboards to utilize the Cherry MX RGB switches that allow for different lighting. They’ll be available as the K70 RGB and K95 RGB. Also launched is the M65 RGB mouse, a gaming mouse that provides three zone 16.8 million color backlighting. The K95 RGB will have an MSRP of $189.99, the K70 RGB will be $169.99, and the M65 RGB will be $69.99. Next up is Corsair’s new Hydro Series HG10 GPU cooling bracket. The cooling bracket will replace the reference cooler


Hardware, Reviews

PrimoChill Hasher Mining Rack Review: Madness, Organized


Not too long ago I received a message from a friend, linking to a mining rig/case on FrozenCPU. I took a quick look at it and thought that it was just what I had been waiting for. Over the last year I have gotten into alternative currency mining. During that time I have assembled a few rigs. For housing the multiple gpu rigs I had jerry-rigged them on wire shelving. The kind of wire shelving that you can find at Target or Wal-Mart for less than $50. This has been working out nicely for me up to now. I am trying to redo my office


Hardware, Reviews

AMD Radeon R9 295X2 Review: The Definitive 4K Gaming Graphics Card


AMD has been teasing their Radeon R9 295X2 codenamed Vesuvius for quite some time now, including a lengthy ‘viral’ campaign that involved secret agents, semi-ambiguous packages of Volcanic Island water and chips as well as creepy photos of yours truly. Now that the secret is out of the case, we can finally tell you about AMD’s new card and exactly what it is intended to do. First and foremost, this card’s sole purpose is to deliver a single graphics card 4K gaming experience. Something that is currently impossible even with the latest crop of AMD’s Radeon R9 290X and Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 780 Ti. In this