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Hardware Reviews

Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2080 XTREME WATERFORCE 8G Review

Ray Tracing and DLSS support are finally beginning to expand, but if you’re considering upgrading to the Nvidia 20-series, you’ll need to do some research to find out what’s best for you. Today, we’re looking at an exciting card from Gigabyte, the RTX 2080 XTREME WATERFORCE 8G. It’s offers up 4K60 gameplay while staying quiet and cool thanks to its built-in liquid cooler. At $899, is it worth the extra over a standard 2080? Posted Feb 15, 2019 by Christopher Coke

WD Black SN750 1 TB NVMe SSD: Storage With The New Black

Western Digital has been a long-standing juggernaut in the field of data storage for several years. With their latest entry into the legendary WD Black family of products, is their latest NVMe worthy of the legacy? Posted Feb 14, 2019 by Damien Gula

Nanoleaf Canvas Review: A New Look for Your Game Den

If you’re anything like us, building up your battlestation is about more than just your PC. After your PC and accessories are set, it’s time to start looking into the rest of the room and designing your perfect, modern gaming center. Today, we’re looking at the first of two Nanoleaf smart products with the Canvas. They’re customizable, integrate with your smart home, and look great, but are they right for you? This is our full review of the Nanoleaf Canvas.Posted Feb 13, 2019 by Christopher Coke

Aston Microphones Stealth Review: Your Sound. Get Some.

At first glance, the Stealth looks like a slimmed-down Amazon Alexa, but this sleek cylinder is smart in a different way. Within this review we are going to break down what the Aston Stealth is, what it does, and why, if you are a streamer or digital content creator, this may be the most technologically advanced microphones you will ever need.Posted Feb 11, 2019 by Damien Gula

NETGEAR Nighthawk XR700 Pro Gaming Router Review

As gamers, we require a lot from our WiFi routers. We need good speeds that take advantage of our internet. We need low latency even when sharing bandwidth. We need more control to forward ports and optimize connections. Today, we’re looking at the NETGEAR Nighthawk XR700, a premium WiFi router custom-made for gamers. It’s packed with features intended to take your gaming to the next level but do they? Find out in our official review.Posted Feb 8, 2019 by Christopher Coke

Das Keyboard 5Q Review: Smart Keyboards Finally Arrive

Mechanical keyboards are largely the same. Coming from the resident keyboard geek, that probably sounds like heresy but let’s face it: it’s hard to break meaningful ground is a peripheral that’s been such a mainstay of our computer use. Well, that’s exactly what Das Keyboard has done with the the brand new 5Q. It may just be the world’s first smart keyboard and aims to not only help you communicate but to communicate with you.Posted Feb 7, 2019 by Christopher Coke

AMD Radeon VII Review - More Compelling Than Ray Tracing?

It’s no secret that over the last two years AMD hasn’t been able to truly compete in the enthusiast graphics space. While they are taking market share away from Intel in the CPU world thanks to their incredible Ryzen CPUs (love my Ryzen 7 1700, by the way), the company’s flagship consumer card, the Vega 64, failed to capture the high end market as many consumers were hoping for. Posted Feb 7, 2019 by Joseph Bradford

Alldocube M8 Tablet Review

Alldocube is a brand that we have reviewed a couple of times now, and the quality of their products has been amazing thus far. Now we have the opportunity to take a look at the new Alldocube M8 Deca-core 4G LTE-enabled Tablet. It is sim-free and ready to roll with whatever Android applications you want to load and packs impressive specs at a budget price. This is our review of the Alldocube M8 Tablet.Posted Feb 6, 2019 by Christopher Bowman

Logitech G432 and G935 Gaming Headset Combined Review

Not long ago, I had the privilege of reviewing Logitech’s new HERO series mice, the PRO G, PRO G Wired, and G502 HERO. Today, we’re looking at their latest and greatest in the way of headsets with the G432 7.1 Surround Gaming Headset and the G935 Wireless LIGHTSYNC Gaming Headset. Do they bring your game to the next level of awesome? Find out in our full review.Posted Feb 5, 2019 by Christopher Bowman

Cooler Master CK530 & MK730 Keyboard Review

Cooler Master is not a brand I would have originally associated with keyboards, however, so I was pleasantly surprised when they sent me their new CK530 and MK730 Ten-Keyless mechanical gaming keyboards to review. Using them for the first time felt amazing, though not without some draw backs.Posted Feb 4, 2019 by Joseph Bradford

Seagate BarraCuda Pro 12TB HDD Review

As 4K gaming and content creation push into the mainstream, storage demands are also on the rise. While SSDs are clearly the wave of the future for your most used programs, they’re still not cost efficient enough for mass storage. Today, we’re looking at the first Helium-based HDD we’ve ever tested and at only $.04 per gigabyte, it could be an excellent value if the performance holds up. Read on for our full review.Posted Feb 1, 2019 by Christopher Coke

Alldocube X Tablet Review: AMOLED on the Cheap

We’ve looked at several tablets in the last few months and found some good options, but nothing quite matched the screen quality of the heavy hitters like Samsung… until now. Today, we’re looking at the Alldocube X. It was an IndieGoGo success, earning more than 10x its funding goal. It’s custom built for entertainment and features the same AMOLED screen as the $649 Samsung Tab S4 for only $265. Read on for our full review.Posted Jan 31, 2019 by Christopher Coke

Cooler Master SK650: Get Low, Get Low, Get Low

Cooler Master gets low with a chiclet style, low profile RGB keyboard that talks the talk but does it walk the walk? I’ve been hands-on for a month and give you the skinny in this review of the Cooler Master SK650.Posted Jan 29, 2019 by Robert Baddeley

GameSir VX AimSwitch Review

GameSir’s VX AimSwitch looks to bring the precision and accuracy of a PC to your console, and do so in a compact and stylish way. Sporting only half a keyboard and wired mouse, the AimSwitch is relatively simple to set-up and use, however, it begs the question: is it required in a day and age where consoles are already starting to support keyboard and mouse natively?Posted Jan 27, 2019 by Joseph Bradford

Mad Catz R.A.T. 8+ Gaming Mouse Review

The R.A.T. is back. Thanks to Mad Catz, the iconic adjustable mouse is making its return. Today, our own Ed Orr takes a look at the flagship R.A.T. 8+. Does it live up to the weight of history? Join us as we find out.Posted Jan 26, 2019 by Ed Orr

Samsung 970 EVO Plus V-NAND SSD: Storage Evolved

As an industry leader in everything from phones to fridges, Samsung creates some truly remarkable products. So, when this master of memory modules approached us about reviewing the newest incarnation of their V-NAND SSDs, how could we say no? Posted Jan 22, 2019 by Damien Gula

Secret Lab Titan (Softweave Fabric) Review

Secret Lab is a company synonymous with quality and they’ve been a heavy hitter in the world of gaming chairs since their debut. Nowhere is this truer than with their premiere line, the Titan Series. Now equipped with a Softweave Fabric, they aim to deliver quality in a whole new way. This is our review of the Secret Lab Titan Softweave Fabric Gaming Chair.Posted Jan 21, 2019 by Christopher Bowman

AKRacing Premium Footstool Review

Okay - show of hands if you’re currently using a subwoofer for a footstool. Alright, that’s most of you and until recently, it was me too. Today, we’re looking at a much better option with a premium PU leather footstool from AKRacing. Buckle up because it’s time to kick back and relax.Posted Jan 19, 2019 by Christopher Coke

Bloody MP-60R Mouse Pad & SP80 Mouse Review

The V8 Headshot mouse was my main tool of for almost five years and was possibly the best mouse I had ever used, specifically because of how the Bloody’s metal mouse feet kept gliding across my mouse pads. After half a decade of use, my mouse stopped working properly. Bloody’s SP80 Bleeding Edge Gaming Mouse follows in its footsteps along with their RGB-infused gaming mouse pad. However - are they worth the cost?Posted Jan 18, 2019 by Joseph Bradford

Razer Kiyo Webcam + Seiren X Streaming Bundle Review

If you’re getting into streaming for the first time, it can be hard to settle on what you need to get started. Searching Amazon can be an exercise in frustration as no-name mics litter the results. Today, we’re looking at Razer’s entry-level streaming bundle which pairs the Razer Kiyo Webcam and Ring Light with the Seiren X condenser mic. Taken together, they’re discounted to $179.99 but is it the right first step for you? Posted Jan 17, 2019 by Christopher Coke

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