Today we will be taking a peak at the latest RAM offerings from Team Group. The Taipei tech giant has been producing RAM, peripherals and storage solutions since 1997. They were gracious enough to supply EHW with a T- Force 6200MHz Delta RGB DDR5 kit. I have been reading about the OC potential of these sticks on various forums and I am excited to give them a spin. Read on to see what I find.
This marks our second look at a Gigabyte component. The Taiwanese tech giant was gracious enough to provide EHW with their newest RAM kit. The AORUS RGB Memory DDR5 32GB (2x16GB) 6000MHz is part of the manufacturers recent venture into the DDR5 arena. I don't want to spoil the fun, however this particular kit comes with some of that sweet, sweet Hynix DRAM chips. Read on to find out more.
Today we are going to examine the latest offering of NVME SSD's from Gigabyte. The Taiwanese tech giant was founded in 1986 and derives the bulk of it's revenue from GPU's, Laptops and Motherboards. The company only recently began manufacturing storage devices, with the first units being sold in late 2018. Gigabyte was generous and supplied us with it's latest 1TB AORUS Gen4 7000s SSD version. This drive is marketed specifically targeting PS5 console gamers. We will be testing their speed/specification claims via PC (Test setup below). I know I can't wait to see what this drive can do, how about you?
Corsair Gaming Inc. is a computer peripheral manufacturer headquartered in Fremont, California. Established in 1994, Corsair has supplied the industry with it's products manufactured in Taiwan. Today we will examine the MP600 Pro LPX 2TB PCIe Gen 4.0 NVMe SSD supplied through Corsair's North American distributors. Will Corsair deliver on it's latest drives read/write promises? Read on.
Silverstone Technology Co LTD, is a Taiwanese-based OEM established in 2003. They specialize in computer peripherals to include cases, PSU's and cooling solutions. Silverstone was kind enough to send EHW a sample of their Alta G1M Micro ATX Case & SX1000 Platinum PSU which will be brought to it's extreme limits today. This is a basic review of the case and PSU. Later, I'll discuss how I pushed the envelope of the space confines while maximizing performance with a custom loop. To see just what fits inside, read on.
Welcome to the third instalment of the Cooler Master peripheral tour. Today we examine the MH650, their offering in the entry level wired gaming headset arena. With it's 50mm Neodymium driver and virtual 7.1 surround sound, can it perform?
Today marks a second venture into Cooler Master's peripheral product offerings highlighting the MM711 gaming mouse. The MM711 with it's Omron switches and 60g total weight, make it appealing in the entry level mouse category. Cooler Master, the Taiwan based OEM gained notoriety with it's MM831 back in 2019. The MM711 boasts a laundry list of features for it's sub 40$ price tag. Will team purple deliver on this lightweight wired mouse? Read on to find out.
Today we have been given the pleasure to take a deep dive into the MK850, one of Cooler Master's latest offerings in the mechanical keyboard arena. The MK850 with it's "Aimpad" technology and low actuation cherry MX switches place it comfortably in the mid-range space. Cooler Master, the Taiwan based OEM most famously known for it's Hyper EVO 212 has been manufacturing keyboards since 2012 under it's CM Storm brand. Can the MK850 with it's extensive feature list give CM a lasting foothold in the peripheral space? Ladies & Gentleman, change your favorite RGB presets and let's see what team purple has to offer.