Western Digital is not a name typically associated with networking and routers. They have entered the networking space big though with their My Net series of routers promising dual band 450+450 Wireless N, easy setup, QOS, and a host of other features including onboard storage and expandability via USB 3.0. We take a look at the My Net 900 and compare its performance against another 450 router to see if you are really getting significant performance increase as well as features you can use.
Today we’re taking a look at the FT-03 Mini PC chassis from Silverstone, the latest edition of their competent range of super compact PC cases, a welcome addition to the market given the recent rise in popularity for the smaller M-ITX and M-ATX form factors, but where others excel in being “small” yet roomy, such as the Bitfenix Prodigy, which for a M-ITX chassis is actually pretty big. Silverstone on the other hand are masters of the fine detail and when it comes to making a PC with a small footprint, they really are top of their game, take a look at the list below and you can see the capacity of each chassis to demonstrate just how small these cases can be.
The Sentey Extreme Division GS-6050 II Halcon is a basic all black mid-tower gaming chassis that comes with six 120 mm blue LED fans for under $60 shipped. This case supports 2.5" storage drives, has a front SuperSpeed USB 3.0 port, and is ready for external or internal water cooling solutions. Read on to see more about the Sentey GS-6050 II case and see if this budget gaming case is right for your next system!
After reading our single drive review of the Corsair Force GS, Corsair decided to send us another drive so we could do a RAID 0 review. A single Corsair GS was very impressive, managing to break a few of our records and put up one of the best all-around performances we have ever seen. Here at RWL we like to do as many RAID 0 reviews as possible because they are so impressive and receive very little attention from most other review sites. Our philosophy when it comes to testing solid state drives is simple really; we want to showcase what a drive is capable of, in capable hands, using solid testing methodology.
The Corsair GS power supply series is comprised of 500 W, 600 W, 700 W, and 800 W models, with either the standard 80 Plus certification or with the 80 Plus Bronze certification, except for the 500 W model, which is available only with the standard 80 Plus certification. Today we are reviewing the 700 W model with the 80 Plus Bronze certification. Let's see if it is a good product.
We have looked at the BitFenix’s Recon fan controller earlier this week and really liked what it had to offer. Having the ability to your system from afar is a good idea if you tend to run it while away. But if you don’t need such a feature and want something a little less complex while the BitFenix Hydra Pro may be up your alley. Simple slider switches allows you to control fans on five different channels.
Well, after three months of waiting the new x60 series chip has been released dubbed the GTX 660 Ti. This new chip is based on the same Kepler architecture and is almost identical to the GTX 670 with one key difference, a revised memory controller. In this review we will be looking at a new video card from MSI called the N660Ti-Power Edition OC. This card is factory overclocked and designed to take advantage of the Twin Frozr IV cooling solution. As with higher end MSI video cards you get the option of triple voltage control when using MSI Afterburner.