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Corsair HD120 & SP120 RGB LED Fans Review

When it comes to fans a lot has changed over the past few years, while the core designs have remained unchanged a lot of research and has gone into making them run quieter and with the maximum amount of airflow by making changes that are all but invisible to end users.  Today most gamers enjoy frequently changing several aspects of their system, especially the colour and external aesthetic of their PCs, with case modding, painting and other modifications becoming popular among most PC building communities.  Now, the drive to make PC modding easier has resulted in a lot of companies changing their designs to more neutral aesthetic to take advantage of RGB LEDs, allowing your PC hardware to be coloured to best suit your desired aesthetic.  Now Corsair has decided to take the RGB craze to their fan technology, giving consumers the choice to change their fan colours at will and negate the need to release several different fans with different LED colours. Now with Corsair's new SP120 and HD120 series of RGB fans PC builders can change their PCs colour scheme between a wide range of colour options at the mere click of a button.   "

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Posted on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 @ 19:43:41 UTC in Corsair by Wesslan



CoolerMaster Seidon 240V AIO Watercooling Review

Having moved to the new CPU cooler test rig and completed the conventional tower cooler Mega test, we're actually in the process of bringing together as many AIOs as we can for the mother of all AIO mega tests.  Problem is, the Seidon 240V from CoolerMaster just can't wait that long so we've decided to test it as a one off on the new rig (well that was the original plan at any rate).  Granted it's going to be hard to determine for sure where it sits in performance terms, but rest assured we'll be putting it back through it's paces when we do the rest of the AIOs.  So what of the Seidon 240V then?  Well as you might guess from the name and the picture above, it's a 240mm rad based AIO.  At just 27mm thick without the fans and 52mm thick with them mounted it's also pretty thin and so should fit into a good many cases.  The figure that's catching our eye though is the quoted 27dB(A) of noise from the fans at 2400RPM.  If those figures are to be believed, the Seidon should be both effective and quiet.  For the rest of the detail let's take a look at the Technical Specification  "

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Posted on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 @ 19:04:49 UTC in Cooler Master by Wesslan



MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X SLI Review

The GTX 1070 matches up well to the older GTX 980 Ti. We know that the single card performance is exceptional and it comes with all the benefits that a more cutting edge offering will have, such as lower power draw, better thermal efficiency, and in the case of the Pascal GPUs we've also got the latest nVidia technologies such as their software GSYNC and their Ansel screenshot offering. We reviewed the GTX 1070 Gaming X from MSI a couple of months ago and found it to be very much a class leader in terms of performance and low noise from the latest Twin Frozr VI cooler. It had us itching to see how a pair of them would perform in SLI and judging from our forums we know that we're not the only ones. MSI kindly sent us another so that we could see what performance we could expect from a pair of these fine cards.  "

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Posted on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 @ 18:49:54 UTC in MSI by Wesslan



Kingston SSDNow KC400 512GB SSD Review

Kingston’s SSDNow KC400 family is part of the company’s business-oriented SSD product line which features end-to-end data path protection, technologies to protect data in the NAND and guard against read errors, as well as good endurance. The SSDNow KC400 uses a combination of an 8-channel Phison PS3110-S10 controller and 15nm MLC NAND. There are four capacities in the product line; 128GB, 256GB, 512GB and the flagship 1TB drive. Kingston quote performance figures for the 512GB version of up to 550MB/s for sequential reads and up to 530MB/s for sequential writes. Random 4K performance is quoted as up to 86,000 IOPS for reads and 88,000 IOPS writes.  "

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Posted on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 @ 18:46:15 UTC in Kingston by Wesslan



be quiet! Silent Loop 280 review

Yep, they enter the AIO liquid cooling market as well! We test and review the be quiet! Silent Loop 280, an All-in-One Liquid cooling kit that is decent in performance with a 280mm rad and two Pure Wings 2 fans. These liquid cooling kits are pre-fitted and based on a single loop and ready to install straight out of the box. Armed with pretty nice looks and an attractive price, be quiet! offers a competitive model in the massive LCS kit arena. The Silent Loop is an all-in-one liquid cooling solution for desktop PCs and is available in 120mm, 240mm and 280 versions. The 280 kit that we test is a self-contained (AIO) CPU cooling unit based on liquid cooling. It does not require much setup installation. With a pump and radiator ship pressure tested, pre-filled, and sealed directly from the factory to provide maintenance-free operation for years.  "

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Posted on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 @ 18:40:48 UTC in Be Quiet by Wesslan



KFA2 GeForce GTX 1070 EX OC 8GB Video Card Review

The GeForce GTX 1070 EX OC board from KFA2 impressed us positively regarding the overall build quality, factory overclocking levels, while the dual 100mm fans keep the board cool while keeping minimum noise levels. The manufacturer has also thought of enthusiasts who like to keep their systems hardware visible during operation via case windows, so the fans along with the GeForce GTX logo are LED lighted; the logo can be further customized via the supplied Xtreme Tuner Plus utility. One other important aspect to point out is that the KFA GeForce GTX 1070 EX OC 8GB video card is one of the most affordable cards on the market with custom cooling, with the same GPU.  "

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Posted on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 @ 12:01:10 UTC in KFA2 by Wesslan



Be Quiet Silent Loop 240 AIO Water Cooler Review

Myself being a skeptical and critical reviewer I have start off  with a small word on these Silent Loop AIO series. Be Quiet has teamed up with another German watercooling manufacturer, known by the name Alphacool. The latter has been producing all sorts of water cooling products over the years; their range goes from processor to high end full block graphic cards, in-house designed radiators, to pumps and even tubing. Alphacool has developed AIO products in the past for Cooler Master and Fractal Design, though the co-op with Cooler Master wasn't that successful. The pump unit was way too noisy especially with the early revisions of these Cooler Master Eisberg series. Powerful is one thing, silent operation is another side of the story. The Fractal Design AIO Kelvin series was a better step in the right direction: good cooling performance at an acceptable noise level, even while our two Kelvin review samples are still up and running, we heard rumors about reliability issues, so fingers crossed that these brand new Be Quiet Silent loop series can live up to the expectations and maintain reliable too. "

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Posted on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 @ 11:47:19 UTC in Be Quiet by Wesslan



Cooler Master Seidon 240V AIO CPU Cooler Review

Cooler Master have some of the best and most popular coolers on the market, from their iconic 212 air cooler to their MasterLiquid series, they’ve got a little something for the everyone. Now they’re throwing their engineering skill to the budget AIO water cooling market, as we take a look at their brand new Seidon 240V.The Seidon 240V looks to tick all the boxes for a simple yet effective AIO water cooler, with a slim radiator that ensures high compatibility with chassis designs, a compact and low-profile pump to prevent motherboard conflicts, slim and super flexible tubing, silent fans and hopefully some robust cooling performance.  "

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Posted on Monday, September 26, 2016 @ 16:38:26 UTC in Cooler Master by Wesslan



Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 240mm All in One Liquid CPU Cooler Review

It’s an exciting time for me, the CPU cooler guy. We have a new test rig all setup and we’re ready to see what the various manufacturers can do to keep it frosty. From low profile air coolers, to monster 420mm custom setups, we’re now ready to push them as hard as possible so that you know exactly what to expect before spending your money. We’ll also be rebuilding our performance database to see how they stack up to each other. Without further delay we’re giving the honor of “firstsies” to the new Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 240 all-in-one (AIO) liquid cooler. At first glance, it looks like just about any other AIO available today, but a closer look will reveal some new tricks that make up the new “Flow Op” technology that Cooler Master says will propel the MasterLiquid 240 past the competition.  "

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Posted on Monday, September 26, 2016 @ 16:31:27 UTC in Cooler Master by Wesslan



Plextor M8Pe 512GB M2 NVMe SSD review

In this review we test the super fast Plextor M8Pe 512GB Series M.2 SSDs. These new M.2 units use the nvm express (NVME) protocol and that means storage technology at terrific speeds while remaining competitive in pricing. Will Plextor be able to deliver a unit that manages to shock and awe ? M2 is interesting stuff, these smaller form factors storage units are evolving from being "just as fast" as a regular SSD towards double, tripling, heck... even quadrupling that performance. It comes in a different package , M.2. The M.2 interface is so much more capable as it can deal with way more bandwidth using PCI-Express lanes. As such, M.2 solutions are intended for enthusiast class motherboards. The M8Pe series M.2 SSDs are a breathtaking series of storage technology as they offer enthusiast class performance yet remain reasonable in pricing. Though prices still need to go on-line, we already spotted our tested 512GB M8Pe  for 225 EURO, which would mean 44 cents per GB. Keep in mind you are looking at a product that reads well over 2GB/sec and writes over 1 GB/sec. These new M.2 units use the NVMe protocol and that means storage technology at hyper fast speeds while remaining competitive in pricing.   "

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Posted on Monday, September 26, 2016 @ 10:22:36 UTC in Plextor by Wesslan




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