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iBuyPower RDY SLIIRG201 PC Review

Building a computer is fun but it’s not for everyone. Sometimes, you just want an expert to get the job done for you. iBuyPower is exactly one such company. Today, we’re looking at an exciting pre-built offering that will get you in the game fast without breaking the bank. Read on to find out more!


Cooler Master MM710 Review: Light-Weight for the Long Haul

Peripherals are very personal tools. Each of us has a favorite flavor. While some companies have opted for adding additional weight to their devices, companies like Finalmouse and Glorious PC Gaming Race have sought the path of weight loss, shredding grams for higher speeds. Into this category of mice, CoolerMaster enters the fray. This is our review of the MM710 ultralight gaming mouse from CoolerMaster.


Ducky One 2 SF and Tfue PBT Keycap Set Review

Earlier this year, we took a look at the Ducky One 2 Mini. It was packed with features that rivaled other gaming keyboards at a fraction of the size and completely free from the need for software. Today, we’re looking at the successor with the Ducky One 2 SF. It includes everything we loved about the original in a new sixty-five percent form factor. With it, we also have the new Tfue-themed PBT keycap set and it’s a looker. Let’s dive in.


Blue Yeti X Review - Crystal Clear

Blue's Yeti microphone is already one of the gold-standard mics of streamers and gamers everywhere. However, the latest mic from the audio company, the Yeti X, aims to take the mantle of the standout mic for streamers. How does it stack up?


SK hynix Gold S31 1TB SSD Review: Striking SATA Gold?

What do you get when one of the world’s top flash memory manufacture dives into the first-party manufacturing game? You get the Gold S31 Solid State Drive by SK hynix. Let’s see just how far they can push a SATA-based drive.


XFX Radeon RX 5700 XT THICC II Review

Third-party Radeon RX 5700 XT are finally beginning to arrive. We were able to go hands-on with the with one of the most interesting from XFX with the Radeon RX 5700 XT THICC II. At only $429, it features a beefy heatsink, a slick design, and impressive clocks but is it enough to compete in today's market? Join us as we find out!


WD_Black P10 5TB Game Drive Review

One of the major gripes I've had since the consoles were announced was their incredibly small hard drive space. With games being larger than ever, it's a hassle to have to continually delete games just to install a new one. However, the WD_Black P10 Game Drive from Western Digital aims to solve this issue.


OPSEAT Grandmaster Gaming Chair Review

I consider myself a “big” guy being 6'6" and tipping the scales at just over 300lbs. So when the opportunity came up to review OPSEAT’s Grandmaster Gaming Chair (Grandmaster) I quickly jumped out of my current seat for a chance to do the review. The Grandmaster is simplistic in setup but hefty in stability, big on comfort, includes some “big game” features and is reasonably priced.


Logitech G604 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Mouse Review

We review a lot of mice here at MMORPG, but it’s a rare occasion that a new MMO mouse makes its debut. Today, that’s exactly what’s happening with the new Logitech G604 LIGHTSPEED Wireless. Featuring 15 programmable inputs, the hyper-fast scroll wheel improved ergonomics, and 1ms LIGHTSPEED Wireless, we’re ready to answer the question: is it worth an upgrade?


Waterfield Designs Cityslicker Max Nintendo Switch Case Review

After the success of Waterfield Design’s Cityslicker case for the Nintendo Switch, they’ve added a new size to their lineup. Their new Cityslicker Max case is designed to fit grip cases in similar sizing as Skull & Co.’s grip. As a premium Nintendo Switch case, is it worth the upgrade and price tag?


Unick Woo-dy Mechanical Keyboard Review: Good Wood

We review a lot of keyboards, but we were surprised when the Woo-dy landed in our mailbox from Unick Invent. You might have gathered from the name that there’s something unique about this keyboard, a few somethings in fact, but rather than plastic it features a real wooden base, high quality spherical keycaps, macros and key remaps, and full RGB programming all in a 65-percent layout. Is it worth the $99 Kickstarter price? Join us as we find out!


Razer Huntsman Tournament Edition: Get Your Mark

Razer is no stranger in the PC peripheral arms race, but the Huntsman Tournament Edition may just change the game on what you should expect from a gaming keyboard in 2019 and beyond.


Drown Audio Preview - Overflowing With Sound

Drown Audio is a technology firm that probably won't have crossed your path before, and they are certainly new to us here at MMORPG. Take a deep dive with us as we get a hands-on preview with a potentially game-changing piece of audio equipment that might change how you feel about your music.


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UPLIFT Desk Solid Wood Series Standing Desk Review

We’ve reviewed a number of standing desks here at MMORPG, but today we’re exploring a new variant on one of our favorite options UPLIFT Desk has universally impressed us with their V2 and corner-desk models, so when we were given the opportunity to take a look at their solid wood series, we had to take a look. These are premium desks but are they worth the mark-up for real hardwood? Join us as we find out.


ASTRO A50 (Gen 4) Wireless Gaming Headset Review

In the world of gaming headsets, few brands are better known than ASTRO. They’ve made a name for themselves by delivering headsets for gamers of every budget, often staking out displays big displays in department stores like Walmart and Best Buy. We’ve had the chance to try out the latest version of the company’s flagship, the A50 Wireless and Base Station (Gen 4) and are ready to answer the question: at $299, should this be your next high-end purchase?