Robert got his start at gaming with Mech Warrior on MS DOS back in the day and hasn't quit since. He found his love for MMORPGs when a friend introduced him to EverQuest in 2000 and has been playing some form of MMO since then. After getting his first job and building his first PC, he became mildly obsessed with PC hardware and PC building. He started writing for MMORPG as his first writing gig in 2016. He currently serves in the US Military as a Critical Care Respiratory Therapist.
NZXT, a name well known in the PC Building community, is announcing a brand new case in their line up. The H1 is a small form factor mini-ITX case that is not only easy to build in, but comes with a 650w 80+ Gold PSU, a 140mm AIO, and PCI-e riser card pre-installed for an easy building experience that take a fraction of the time compared to normal cases. Along with this case NZXT has announced that the H1 will be featured in the pre-built NZXT BLD lineup for purchase.
The Razer DeathAdder was one of the most popular mice to hit the market due to its simplicity and well thought out design. But, how can you improve upon greatness? Razer takes a stab at one-upping themselves with the Razer DeathAdder V2 and we have the review to prove it.
Whether you like RGB or not it’s time to face the fact: it’s here to stay. HyperX dazzled us with the Predator line last year and are at it again with a new RGB look with the new HyperX Fury RGB DDR4. Check out our review here!
There are quite a few people hyped for the next ARPG worth sinking your teeth into, especially since the disappointing announcement that “Diablo 4” would be a mobile rendition of the game ("Don’t you all have a phone??"). Pagan Online, developed by Mad Head Games, is catching the eye of quite a few people with its fast-paced clicky combat and Slavic themed storyline. I recently had a chance to go hands-on and enjoy the game at my own pace and stand at the ready to share my notes. So strap in, grab your hammer (or spellbook) and get your monster-slaying spectacles on - we’re diving in.
Gigabyte gives us a plethora of motherboard options for X570, including the “budget-friendly enthusiast worthy” X570 AORUS Pro WiFi. Check out our review of this motherboard exciting new motherboard for Ryzen 3000.
Remember when you thought your PCIe 3.0 NVMe drive was fast and you were comfortable in your confidence that no one would transfer files faster than you? Well you were wrong and Gigabyte is here to prove it with the AORUS NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD, the greatest thing to happen since, well the last greatest thing. Yay, progress! Find out more in our review!
ASRock’s X570 is the first board I get my hands on to test with the new Ryzen 3700x we reviewed last week. The most premium new board in ASRocks 3rd generation Ryzen lineup, the heft price comes with hefty features. In this review we’ll find out if it’s worth it.
Kinesis Gaming is back and stepping into the RGB keyboard game with the new Freestyle Edge RGB split ergonomic gaming keyboard. We got our hands on one and have been putting it through the paces for about a month and we are ready to dish on the good and bad. Check out our review!
If you thought Cooler Master was done making All-In-One coolers and destined to iterate on the same model for years to come then you were dead wrong. Bringing a new fan and pump design to the table the MasterLiquid ML240P Mirage is the latest cooler from Cooler Master, but does it stack up against its older brothers?
If you thought portable SSDs were fast, you ain’t seen nothing yet. If you’ve ever wanted to use a lighting fast NVMe as a portable hard drive, check out our review of the Orico NVMe M.2 Enclosure and turn your drive into a portable speed demon.
If you thought the Scythe Mugen 5 was big, it’s the little brother compared to Scythe’s Ninja 5 CPU cooler. But with bigger coolers come smaller temps - or so the story goes. We put that theory to the test in our review of the Scythe Ninja 5 CPU cooler.
What’s better than a super fast NVMe drive from one of the most trusted manufacturers of hard drives and SSDs in the industry? How about a self-encrypting one? Check out our review on the Kingston KC2000 NVMe M.2 drive!
Capture cards are usually an expensive endeavor, creating a barrier to entry for high production quality on streams and Let’s Plays. AverMedia seeks to change that with the $120 Live Gamer Mini - but is the performance enough to be worth it? Check out our review!