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be quiet! Dark Base Pro 900

be quiet! Dark Base Pro 900: unrivaled flexibility with impeccable cooling and silence features. It was designed for high-end enthusiasts and individualists – all of those who expect the highest standards when it comes to modularity, compatibility and design for their high-end workstations as well as overclocked and silent water-cooled systems. Dark Base Pro 900 has numerous modularity options to satisfy every desire with lots of features to support special configurations. Aluminum surfaces and steel offer highest stability with a look of extreme elegance. Simply an engineering work of art!  "


Posted on Monday, July 10, 2017 @ 19:55:17 UTC in Be Quiet by Wesslan

Huawei Honor 9 review

It's Honor's turn now - the time to wave Leica's license fees goodbye and welcome the annual Huawei P flagship on a bargain price. The Honor 9 is shinier, arguably more powerful, and above all - way more affordable. And Honor 9 is not just a P10 for the masses, it's also a OnePlus 5 killer. The bar is high, the expectations - big, and this review has just started. Huawei has never needed any of the Snapdragon chipsets for its phones to sell. Or even to achieve a flagship status. That's where HiSilicon has always helped - Huawei's subsidiary chip maker - and its latest Kirin 960 has already proved to be tough to beat. Now the Honor 9 not only borrows this chip from the P10, but also pairs it with 6 gigabytes of RAM.  "


Posted on Sunday, July 09, 2017 @ 19:42:28 UTC in Huawei by Wesslan

Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 280 Liquid CPU Cooler Review

The new MasterLiquid Pro 280 Liquid CPU Cooler from Cooler Master does impress with the good quality of materials, durability of both pump, fans but also features impressive cooling capabilities when talking about an octal-core overclocked platform. Given we do have at our disposal the stock AM4 backplate, the installation for the Ryzen platform is pretty straight forward thanks to the Upgrade Kit and the supplied MasterFan Pro 140mm do offer an extra level of customization, by offering an integrated fan controller, with three different profiles.  "


Posted on Tuesday, July 04, 2017 @ 15:15:44 UTC in Cooler Master by Wesslan

Creative Sound BlasterX H5 Tournament Edition Gaming Headset Review

As the high-end Sound BlasterX H7 headset, the H5 Tournament Edition does offer a comfortable and light chassis, which does incorporate large 50mm drivers. The TE version drivers do feature extra tuning in order to obtain clear and loud audio output, a fact that does not only benefit gamers, but also people who watch lots of multimedia content.The BlasterX H5 Tournament Edition is an upgrade from the BlasterX H5 with improved drivers for better sensitivity and more accurate sound reproduction. This gaming headset also features an upgraded microphone to help you ace your games with better voice pick up and noise cancellation in loud gaming environments.   Looking sleeker than ever, the BlasterX H5 comes with new brushed metal earcup plates and gun metal finishing.  "


Posted on Tuesday, July 04, 2017 @ 15:00:55 UTC in Creative by Wesslan

Deepcool Captain 240 EX RGB Liquid Cooler Review

The Captain 240 EX RGB Liquid Cooler is built on the base of the already successful iteration and now brings RGB LED lighting for everyone to enjoy. Deepcool has prepared the product with extra accessories, so even older systems with motherboards that do not feature RGB headers can benefit from the RGB light show: to be more exact, we are discussing about an in-line remote with three buttons that gets power from a spare SATA PSU port.  "


Posted on Tuesday, July 04, 2017 @ 14:57:25 UTC in Deepcool by Wesslan

Cooler Master Devastator 3 Keyboard and Mouse Combo Review

By releasing the Devastator 3 keyboard plus mouse combo, Cooler Master is also taking care of the entry level gaming segment, but can be also considered suitable for people that do not want to invest a lot on peripherals, but still take advantage of RGB functionality. The keyboard is available with many layouts and for cutting down costs, the manufacturer has went for a membrane-type switch, but at the same time has customized its design in order to increase the durability. The mouse packs an Avago sensor with a maximum DPI of 2400MHz, adjustable in four different preset steps and comes with an ergonomic shape; Cooler Master has used Omron switches for the buttons so the buttons are guaranteed to operate optimally up to 10 million actuations.  "


Posted on Tuesday, July 04, 2017 @ 14:53:16 UTC in Cooler Master by Wesslan

Linksys EA8300 Max-Stream AC2200 Tri-Band Wi-Fi Router Review

The EA8300 Max-Stream AC2200 Tri-Band Wi-Fi router from Linksys is a feature-packed mainstream solution meant for home use, including some of the latest technologies such as MU-MIMO, Seamless Roaming, Advanced Beamforming and does have at its core a 716MHz Quad-Core CPU with 3 offload processors. For easily setting up the product, the manufacturer has included a Quick Start Guide, but also an easy to understand wizard, which pops up as soon as the device boots up for the first time. While Linksys is promoting their Smart Wi-Fi account for setting up the router, we can also access it locally, while only entering the router password.  "


Posted on Tuesday, July 04, 2017 @ 14:49:32 UTC in Linksys by Wesslan

QNAP TS-653B 6-bay QTS-Linux Combo Quad-core NAS with PCIe Review

The TS-653B is another interesting NAS from the well-known QNAP brand, with great flexibility in terms of add-on cards, does feature upgradable RAM, an Intel Celeron J3455 quad-core SoC for low power consumption and dual-channel 4K H.265/H.265 hardware decoding via hardware support or offline transcoding. Virtualization is supported via the Container and Virtualization station, while for the HDMI output we can choose to run either the QTS HybridDesk Station or a fully-fledged Ubuntu distribution.  "


Posted on Tuesday, July 04, 2017 @ 14:46:06 UTC in QNAP by Wesslan

Asustor AS6404T NAS Review

We test the all new Asustor AS6404T NAS, a powerful flagship NAS armed with some very spicy hardware. It is based on a new generation quad-core Apollo Lake Celeron processor. Next to that it has been paired with 8GB dual-channel memory and sure, it has a nearly obnoxious plethora of ASUSTOR features and APPs making this a small server really. The four in that product name means we'll be testing the 4-bay version of this quad-core processor based NAS.  "


Posted on Sunday, June 18, 2017 @ 18:51:42 UTC in ASUSTOR by Wesslan

Bitfenix Shogun Case Windowed Tower

The Bitfenix Shogun is certainly a looker. The top and bottom are wrapped around with thick curved aluminium panels and the case incorporates high quality tempered glass on either side to showcase the build. It is roomy enough inside to accommodate an EATX build with 360mm or 280mm radiators at the top panel, 280mm or 240mm at the front and 140mm or 120mm at the rear. At £144.95 is this a chassis you should be shortlisting for a new system build in 2017?  "


Posted on Sunday, June 11, 2017 @ 21:18:57 UTC in Bitfenix by Wesslan

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