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Hardware Reviews

Hardware Reviews

Turtle Beach Elite Pro: Turtle Beach Takes it Up a Notch

Turtle Beach is close to a household name in gaming circles. If you’ve been around long enough, you’ve probably seen a pair at a demo station or written up in a “best headset” list. We were lucky enough to get our hands on their new PC gaming headset, the Turtle Beach Elite Pro. Will it review as well as its console counterparts or has time been unkind to these cans? Let’s find out.Posted Dec 2, 2017 by Christopher Coke

Sound BlasterX AE-5 PCIe Gaming Sound Card and DAC: Rock On

Want to step up your game from motherboard audio? Wondering if it’s a worthwhile upgrade? We’re out to answer those questions today with our review of Creative Labs’ Sound BlasterX AE-5 PCIe Gaming Sound Card and DAC. Gareth “Gazimoff” Harper has the answers to your questions.Posted Nov 27, 2017 by Gareth Harmer

Helios-Ex AC2200 Wi-Fi Range Extender Review

There’s a downside to moving into a bigger house for my kids to grow up in. My wi-fi signal suddenly doesn’t cover my whole house. There are a lot of solutions for such a problem, and I was happy to find out that the folks at Amped Wireless wanted us to review their Helios-Ex AC2200 Wi-Fi Range Extender. It’s tri-band with a DirectLink option that can eliminate the speed slowdown other extenders often come with. Posted Nov 26, 2017 by William Murphy

EVGA GTX 1070 Ti FTW2: Overclocking for the Masses

Now that we have tested the Nvidia 1070 Ti Founder’s Edition it’s time to see what the Nvidia partners can do. Promising easy “one-click” overclocking for a boost in performance, we pit the EVGA 1070 Ti FTW2 against the Founder’s Edition to see how big the difference is when it comes to performance.Posted Nov 25, 2017 by Robert Baddeley

Kinesis FreeStyle Edge Gaming Keyboard - Bringing Ergonomics to Gaming

Keyboard innovation is not a term you hear thrown around a whole lot but that’s exactly what the new Kinesis FreeStyle Edge Gaming Keyboard brings to the table. Boasting authentic Cherry MX switches, eight fully programmable macro keys, onboard memory and software, and an ergonomic split down the middle, Kinesis makes a splash into the gaming market with this beautiful backlit keyboard. Check out our hands-on review!Posted Nov 24, 2017 by Robert Baddeley

2017 Holiday Gift Guide: Peripherals and Accessories

The holiday season is upon us! Leading up to the massive sales of Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and all things pre-Christmas, we at MMORPG want to make sure you’re prepared to find the perfect gift for your PC gaming obsessed loved one. Want to know what peripherals and accessories to get to up their game? Read on to find out.Posted Nov 22, 2017 by Christopher Coke

Cooler Master MK750: A New Flagship is Born (GIVEAWAY)

Cooler Master has long been one of the premier brands in the world of mechanical gaming keyboards. Over the years, they’ve developed a reputation for solid build quality, good looks, and unique features that feel great to engage with. At Computex this year, we got our first look at the what the company is calling their new flagship, the MasterKeys MK750. When a company as well respected as this dubs something the best of the best, it’s time to stand up and take notice. But does it deliver?Posted Nov 21, 2017 by Christopher Coke

Razer Cynosa Chroma - RGB For the Masses

Mechanical RGB Keyboards are all the rage these days but there are many who can’t afford the heft price tag that comes with them. Luckily Razer has unleashed the Cynosa Chroma upon the world, bringing affordable, per-key RGB lighting to the masses. It may not have mechanical switches but that doesn’t stop the Cynosa from delivering a quality keyboard packed with RGB goodness to the masses. Read on to see our review of the Razer Cynosa Chroma keyboard.Posted Nov 20, 2017 by Robert Baddeley

Antlion ModMic 4 and 5 Combined Review: Time To Go Modular?

Do you have a pair of headphones you’d like to use for gaming but they don’t have a mic? Antlion Audio has the answer with the ModMic. Today, we’re taking a look at both the ModMic 4 and ModMic 5 to examine whether they live up to their reputation and which one you should choose. This is our review of the ModMic 4 and ModMic 5.Posted Nov 18, 2017 by Christopher Coke

2017 Holiday Gift Guide: Hardware

Like an RGB-encrusted loot box carousel, the holiday season has spun around yet again. But, like a harbinger of anxiety, it also brings the difficult decision on what to get for the gamers in your life, or even what to snag for yourself. Have no fear, however, as we’ve got you covered with our series of gift guides for the 2017 holiday season.Posted Nov 17, 2017 by Gareth Harmer

Kingston Digital UV400 - 960GB SSDNow: A Great Game Drive

It’s always fun to upgrade from a regular HDD to a new shiny SSD with the insanely increased read/write speeds. With that in mind, Kingston sent along their new UV400 960GB SSD Upgrade Kit. Is the big price tag for the SSD worth the size and speed? Read on for our review.Posted Nov 16, 2017 by William Murphy

Audio-Technica ADG1X High Fidelity Gaming Headset: An Audiophile's Gaming Headset

Earlier this Fall, we took a look at Audio-Technica’s ATH-M50X studio headphones and walked away impressed. We had to reach out to see if we could look at one of their dedicated gaming headsets. They were happy to oblige and sent over their ATH-ADG1x High Fidelity Gaming Headset. Coming from a company best known for professional grade audio equipment, is this the gaming headset for gamers and audiophiles alike? Posted Nov 15, 2017 by Christopher Coke

Steelseries Arctis 3 Bluetooth - Dual Audio with Bluetooth, the Killer Feature

From gaming to the bus, the new Steelseries Arctis 3 Bluetooth headset fits all facets of life. With the analog 3.5 plug and bluetooth capabilities, this headset can connect to all major gaming consoles, your computer, and your phone. Some even at the same time!Posted Nov 14, 2017 by Kasey Gilder

Enhance LED Gaming Mouse Pad: An RGB Slab at Great Value

As a collective, we’re as fussy about our mousemats as any other piece of gaming gear. Flexible cloth or hard plastic. Miniscule patches or gargantuan placemats. Now, there’s another option - RGB backlit. In this review, we take a closer look at this TRON-esque mousing surfacePosted Nov 13, 2017 by Gareth Harmer

Corsair ST100: More Than Just a Headphone Stand

The ST100 is more than just a headphone stand. That was the first thing I had to wrap my head around when Corsair asked if I would like to take it for a spin. Instead, the ST100 combines its purposes, saving you desk space, and offers the unique ability to open any set of analog headphones you have to full 7.1 surround sound. Is it worth the $59.99 MSRP?Posted Nov 10, 2017 by Christopher Coke

Corsair Void Pro RGB Headset: Corsair Delivers Again

Corsair has quickly become one of the most respected brands in PC gaming. They made their name on memory, but in recent years their peripherals have risen to set multiple high water marks in the world of PC gaming gear. Today, we see if they can do it again with the Corsair Void Pro RGB. Is it worth the $99.99 MSRP?Posted Nov 9, 2017 by Christopher Coke

Sound BlasterX Katana Soundbar: The ‘Must Own’ Under-Monitor Audio System

Creative Labs’ product line is expansive and it’s one we’ve been excited to explore this year. Today, we’re reviewing my hands-down favorite peripheral we’ve tested this year: the Sound BlasterX Katana Under Monitor Audio System. Whether you’re a gamer or just an audio lover, this is the soundbar you need to own.Posted Nov 8, 2017 by Christopher Coke

Respawn RSP-200: A New Heir in a Long Line of Chairs

One of the biggest considerations in the conversation about gaming chairs is price. Is it possible to get a decent quality, racer-style gaming chair on a budget? Respawn would like to think so.Posted Nov 7, 2017 by Damien Gula

G.Skill Ripjaws KM780R RGB: Satisfy Your Inner Alien

RGB keyboards are a dime a dozen these days, and it can be difficult for manufacturers to set themselves apart. Companies like Corsair and Razer have brand recognition, but when you think G.Skill, you probably think RAM. Today, we’re looking at their premiere keyboard. Check out our review of the G.Skill Ripjaws KM780R RGB to find out more. Posted Nov 6, 2017 by Robert Baddeley

Gigabyte GTX 1080 Mini: Great Things Do Come In Small Packages

When Gigabyte announced a smaller profiled GTX 1080 graphics card for smaller Pc builds, I got pretty excited. I love seeing smaller cards like this as they just allow for PC builders and modders to do more with the power available to the platform. But just how much power is Gigabyte able to pack into so small a package?Posted Nov 6, 2017 by Joseph Bradford