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Hardware Reviews

Hardware Reviews

Viotek NB24C Gaming Monitor Review: Curved Gaming at an Affordable Price

We’ve covered a lot of different monitors here at MMORPG and often they’re on the expensive end of the spectrum. But what about the gamer who doesn’t have $500 to spend just on a single display? That’s what we’re exploring today with the Viotek NB24C. It’s 24-inches, curved, 1080p, and offers a 75 Hz refresh rate with Freesync. For gamers on a budget, is it worth the current price of $149.99? Let’s find out. Posted Aug 26, 2018 by Christopher Coke

ONIKUMA Gaming Headset K5: Value On A Budget?

The perennial balance between budget and quality comes face to face with the ONIKUMA Gaming Headset K5. Where does it land? And who is it for?Posted Aug 22, 2018 by Poorna Shankar

Logitech G Pro Gaming Mice: 16K HEROs

Pro gaming has been garnering more and more attention, and that has caused a wave amongst peripheral manufacturers. One company has made gone above designing for eSports-minded players and has instead gone into full collaboration with professional gamers to design what is, to them, the perfect pair of mice: that company is Logitech and we have those mice in our hands. This is our review of the Logitech G Pro and G Pro Wireless.Posted Aug 21, 2018 by Christopher Bowman

HyperX Pulsefire FPS Pro: Take Aim

For gamers, a good mouse is more than just an accessory: it’s a tool. Your mouse is your gun, your camera, the head of your avatar. Paired with a keyboard, it’s your interface to the world. Today, we’re looking at the Pulsefire FPS Pro from HyperX. It’s the middle-child between the standard Pulsefire FPS and the Pulsefire Surge but does it do enough to stand out? Join us as we find out.Posted Aug 20, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Intel 760p 2TB NVMe M.2 SSD Review

In the world of SSDs, often times people are willing to spend a moderate amount of money and receive a small capacity drive because of the promise of speed. Whether it be for a dedicated boot drive or blazing fast load times on files for gaming, SSDs are the go to drive to ensure you aren’t spending your days wallowing in loading screens. But does the Intel 760p 2TB NVMe m.2 SSD justify the steep price? This is our Intel 760 m.2 SSD review.Posted Aug 20, 2018 by Joseph Bradford

Cooler Master ML360R AIO: Large and in Charge

Are you in the market for an AIO cooler and unsure which direction to turn? Options paralysis got you down? You can’t go wrong with a company like Cooler Master - a name in the cooling game since there was a cooling game to have a name in. In this review we’re taking a look at their brand new and largest ever cooler: The ML360R. Interest piqued? Ready for some delicious RGB and chilly temperatures? Check out review to find out more.Posted Aug 16, 2018 by Robert Baddeley

Audeze Mobius Gaming Headset: Innovative and Revolutionary

We review a lot of gaming headsets but today we’re sharing something special: the Audeze Mobius. It’s one of the most exciting headsets we’ve come across and nothing short of a game-changer. Audeze is well known for producing high-end headphones for musicians, engineers, and audiophiles, so coming into the gaming space, they knew they had to do something special. Well, they did, and it might just change the headphone industry as we know it.Posted Aug 15, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Ballistix Sport DDR4 3000MT/s AT Gaming Memory (32GB): ASUS TUF

In a time where power builds are all the rage it can be hard to determine which parts are best for your new rig. When it comes to RAM, not all are created equal. If you’re a gamer that is looking for solid performance and high durability, Ballistix Sport AT Gaming Memory might just be the right piece, especially if you’re using an ASUS TUF motherboard.Posted Aug 10, 2018 by Matthew Keith

Razer Chroma HDK: Chroma Backlighting For Your Gaming Den

The age of RGB has arrived and it’s never been easier to make your setup look amazing. Today we’re looking at a product you may not have heard of: the Razer Chroma Hardware Development Kit (HDK). Looking past the name, we find Razer’s own LED lighting kit made to run inside or outside your PC and fully compatible with Philips Hue. Ready to improve your desk game? This is one you won’t want to miss.Posted Aug 9, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Blue Microphones Icicle XLR- to-USB Converter

If you’re a streamer, you’ve probably spent some time investigating microphones and, if you have, you’ve encountered the great debate around XLR and USB microphones. If you make the jump to XLR, you’ll need a way to connect that mic to your PC. Today, we’re looking at the Blue Microphones Icicle XLR-to-USB Converter, the most portable XLR setup we’ve yet seen. Let’s take a look and see if it’s right for you.Posted Aug 8, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Felix Gray - Prescription PC and Gaming Glasses Review

Eyeglasses for gamers are often tacky in style, but incredibly useful to the point where you put up with their faux “edgy” looks. Thankfully, Felix Gray has stepped into the PC gaming eyewear arena to help make glasses for people who like a more muted style but still want help warding off the screen-driven eye pain of daily PC gaming and browsing. Posted Aug 7, 2018 by William Murphy

Blue Microphones Bluebird Condenser Mic: A Pro-Level Step-Up From the Yeti

Are you a streamer interested in taking things to the next level? Maybe you’re curious what lies beyond the legendary Blue Yeti microphone? Today we’re looking at the Bluebird SL from Blue Microphones. It promises “pristine, highly versatile sound” to capture the unique character of your voice. It’s a professional mic with a professional price point - does it deliver on those promises? Read on for our full review to find out.Posted Aug 6, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Vortex Cypher: Understated But Quality: A Keyboard for Work and Play

It’s 2018, the year where RGB has taken over the world - especially if you’re looking for a new keyboard. But what if you’re looking for a high-quality slate without the rainbows and disco lighting? Well, Vortexgear has the answer with their new Vortex Cypher: a 65% keyboard ready for the office and your battlestation. Join us as we take a closer look at this neat and affordable keyboard.Posted Aug 2, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Kingston UV500 SSD: It’s Secure, But Is It Fast?

With Western Digital closing an entire hard drive factory, the writing is on the wall: solid state drives are the wave of the future. SSDs are more reliable and affordable than ever, and, in the case of our review today, even self-encrypt for added security. Today, we’re looking at the Kingston UV500 960GB Upgrade Bundle. It has everything you need to get up and running, but does it have the performance to match?Posted Aug 1, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Roccat Vulcan 120 AIMO Gaming Keyboard: AI Inside

Mechanical keyboards have become a staple gaming peripheral but, after all this time, how do you push them forward? Roccat thinks they have the answer with their brand new flagship, the Vulcan 120 AIMO. It features a brand new in-house switch, AI-powered lighting, and a distinctive thin half-cap to show off its unique look. Is beauty only skin deep? Let’s find out in our review of the Roccat Vulcan 120 AIMO.Posted Jul 31, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Flexispot Electric Height Adjustable Desk (E2) Review

Are you in the market for a new desk? Flexispot might just have the answer for you with their Electric Height Adjustable Standing Desk. Featuring a classy, clean look, it's big enough for virtually any gamer but is the ability to stand worth $399? Read on for our full review to find out!Posted Jul 30, 2018 by Christopher Coke

T-Force Delta RGB SSD: More Than Just Looks?

Team Group has been around since 1988, but it’s only recent they’ve made a splash in the world of gaming. Today, we’re looking at a particularly neat drive that’s completely sold on the RGB Revolution with the T-Force Delta RGB SSD. Is it all flash without function or does it have the speeds to back its looks? Let’s find out how it stacks up.Posted Jul 30, 2018 by Christopher Bowman

NZXT Kraken X72 - Holds Up to the Heat

Are you considering water cooling but aren’t sure where to turn? Maybe you’re an overclocker that’s looking to drop a few degrees and push his OC to the limit. Or heck, maybe it’s as simple as wanting to drop that bulky air cooler. Our Hardware Editor, Chris Coke, is here to help with our review of the new NZXT Kraken X72 360MM all-in-one cooler. Posted Jul 26, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Elgato Stream Deck Mini: The Stream Deck’s Little Brother

If you’re a streamer, the Elgato Stream Deck needs no introduction. With its fifteen buttons, it allowed you to seamlessly change scenes, trigger events, and even control other aspects of your computer without leaving the game. But what if you don’t need fifteen different buttons? Today, we have the answer with the trimmed down Elgato Stream Deck Mini. Read on for our full review.Posted Jul 24, 2018 by Christopher Coke

Cooler Master MasterCase H500: Quality and Budget Friendly Collide

Cooler Master has released another case following their gorgeous H500M that I reviewed a few weeks ago. This time we’re dropping the “M” and looking at the H500. Like it's simple name implies, the case lacks a lot of the frills of its older brother, but does it still hold its own in the PC building arena? Read on to find out.Posted Jul 23, 2018 by Robert Baddeley