Sound Blaster, a name that PC users and enthusiasts have grown up with for years. Creative, the creator of the Sound Blaster series of sound cards have been with us since 1981 and a worldwide leader in audio technologies.…
Logitech has been creating peripherals for some time. They aggressively make their presence known with their advancements in the peripheral market. With the Logitech G line of products, it continues to innovate with wired and wireless technology because its goal is to create a super responsive environment for any gamer. They offer the lowest input lag for their Logitech G line of products and swear that you can't tell the difference between wired and wireless. Their new Lightspeed technology further improves latency and is targeted for eSports and gamers. I've looked at several Logitech products in the past and today we will be looking over the PRO X headset. This headset was designed in collaboration with professional eSports players and offers advanced communication technology. Let's dive into what makes this headset hear and sound like a pro.
Over the years we've observed great advancements in the form and function of USB-based removable storage devices. While we have seen the physical designs dressed up to look more attractive and user-friendly, the file transfer speed has always been one very big downside. Sabrent released the Rocket Pro removable storage device to solve that age-old speed problem and put a 1000MB/s transfer speed in the palm of your hand. Read on to find out how we got on with the Sabrent SB-2TB-PRO.
Crucial developed the Ballistix MAX series of DDR4 memory for gamers and performance enthusiasts looking to push beyond standard limits. Composed of the highest-quality memory ICs, the Ballistix MAX was born with overclocking and high-performance computing in mind. With overclocking at the core, the Ballistix MAX series has been optimized to work with both AMD and Intel platforms. Read on further to see what we find.
InWin is a brand synonymous with contemporary and innovative products. Since 1985, InWin has been serving its customers high quality products, including consumer computer chassis, cooling, power supply, and those in the server markets. InWin was kind enough to send over its SR24 Pro 240mm RGB AIO for us to take a look at. Follow along as we go over the features and test results of this AIO Cooler.
So the year is 2021, Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 has already landed, showing us that 32GB of RAM could now be the new "sweet spot" for gamers moving forward, not to mention for those who use their machines for work and play. So it begs the question, is 64GB really all that overkill now that gamers are transitioning to 32GB? Remember, it is not so different from when 16GB was the sweet spot and people considered 32GB to be overkill, well look where we are now. However running 64GB has been known to come at a price. Not just what comes out of your wallet, but we are also talking performance. As 64GB Kits come in a kit of 4x DIMM Modules arrangement (sometimes more), it has been well documented that running a 64GB kit a its maximum rated XMP ratings and beyond that can be much more difficult due to additional stress on the CPU's memory controller. We figured it was time to delve into this topic to see if you can run 64GB and maintain performance. We reached out to TeamGroup who were kind enough to send us a 64GB Kit of XTREEM ARGB 4000 CL18 just for this purpose. Read on to see what we find.
The name IceGiant ProSiphon Elite might not be the first one that comes to mind when talking about high-performance CPU coolers made for the most extreme processors, but it soon could be. Located in Austin, Texas, J R Thermal A.K.A IceGiant, while not a new company, has started to focus their cooler expertise on the mainstream consumer market. Their revolutionary new cooler utilizes an already well established technology in a very new and creative way to solve the age-old problem of removing a huge amount of heat from a relatively small surface area. Join us as we take you on a tour of this new cooler and put it to the test with both Intel and AMD platforms.
Logitech are one of the leading brand when it comes to PC peripherals. They have a large range from keyboards (membrane/mechanical), mice, joy sticks, racing wheels and speakers. They have come a long way since they launched their first mouse, the P4 back in 1982. In fact, later this year the company will be celebrating their 40th anniversary, so kudos to the Logitech Team. Today we are going to be taking a look at the critically acclaimed G903 Lightspeed Gaming mouse, the successor to the valued G900. Logitech have kindly supplied EHW with the G903 Lightspeed Gaming to review. So let's delve in.
EK has been at the forefront of custom PC water cooling solutions since 2003. As one of the early pioneers and today as one of the industry’s best, EK has had a long history of products for the custom PC water cooling market. Today we are privileged to be able to review one of their coolers from a new line of Budget-Oriented AIO coolers they have brought to market. Journey with us as we see what this line of AIO coolers has to offer.
We know and appreciate Cooler Master for making obsession-worthy cases and powerful coolers, so when they approached us about a new product release, we were excited, to say the least. Released back in 2016, the Iconic MasterAir Maker 8 became an instant success with its powerful cooling capabilities and also an integrated cover plate to hide the cooling hardware. Cooler Master is always pushing the limits and they've released several new coolers since the Maker 8. Today we have the pleasure of testing the newest iteration from that classic platform, the MasterAir MA610P ARGB. It promises to have the foundation cooling capabilities of the Maker 8, but it's updated and modernized for current demands. Join us as we check out this cooler and put it to the test on our Z490 test bench.