Daily Reviews for Feb 22

Enermax Platimax 1000-watt Power Supply Review @ Tweaktown

This time around it is for their Platimax series of power supplies which offer superb performance at Platinum rated efficiency. We took an early look at the Platimax series late last year when the only PSU we could get our hands on at the time was the 600W model.  We wanted to follow up and see if their high wattage offerings were of the same quality as we were sure our readers would be interested in Platinum efficiency in an enthusiasts quality power supply.

SteelSeries Kana Black 1.1 Gaming Mouse Review @ Tweaktown

I briefly mentioned the adapted sensors, but to add to that, there is also a bit of software to add some really cool functionality to what is already an impressive mouse to use. With the software in action you can create custom game profiles with various bindings to the buttons, you can add macros and you can swap the right and left handed controls because their mice are ambidextrous in design. The sensor itself is made to be more accurate with less DPI/CPI. Where most companies offer 6000+ DPI sensors and a mouse with added weight that feels like pushing a brick, SteelSeries goes for light, lean and accurate to give you the edge in competitive or armature level gaming, for a good price.  Today we are going to be looking at the Kana in the black and orange variation. There is also a white variant, but I do believe it is this black on orange combination that won the Facebook competition for the user's pick of best looking combination. There is a lot that this middle child of the smaller Kinzu, which we will see real soon and the larger Sensei mice. I've taken the pictures, I've played many hours of FPS games and used it daily - stick around and see what I think about the SteelSeries Kana Black 1.1 gaming mouse.

Antec High Current Gamer M 620 W Power Supply Review @ Hardware Secrets

The new High Current Gamer M is a version of Antec’s High Current Gamer power supply series with a modular cabling system. Let’s take an in-depth look at the 620 W model.  The new High Current Gamer M is a version of Antec's High Current Gamer power supply series with a modular cabling system. So far, only three models are available: 400 W, 520 W, and 620 W. The original High Current Gamer series also has a 750 W and a 900 W model. All models have the 80 Plus Bronze certification and single +12 V rail design. Let's take an in-depth look at the 620 W model from this new series, also known as HCG-620M.

BIOSTAR TPower X79 Motherboard Review @ Legit Reviews

The BIOSTAR TPower X79 is the first 'budget' board for the Intel X79 chipset the Legit Reviews has had the pleasure to look at. The TPower X79 will be stacked up against some of the best motherboards in the market today! How will this 'budget' board compare to the flagship motherboards from companies like ASUS and GIGABYTE?  As I just mentioned the BIOSTAR TPower X79 is the lowest cost motherboard that we have looked at for the Intel X79 chipset. We were comparing the BIOSTAR TPower X79 to boards like the ASUS Rampage IV Extreme, GIGABYTE GA-X79-UD7 and the ASRock X79 Extreme9 that we looked at last week. Each of these boards is at least 150% the cost of the BIOSTAR TPower X79 motherboard. Sure, the performance of the BIOSTAR TPower X79 was a little lower compared to these more expensive boards, but not enough that you would a difference in the day to day operation of your system...

Intel Core i7-3820 Quad-Core CPU Review @ The SSD Review

Our review today is going to transition away from the SSD scene just a bit to take a close look at the Intel Core i7-3820 Quad Core CPU and we were able to have alot of fun reaching a lightning fast and very stable speed of 5GHz which was a bit surprising.  Take a quick read of our review and you might just find how easy it is get find that amazing speed that so many seek.

Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Ultra-Portable Hard Drive Review @ PCSTATS

The Seagate FreeAgent GoFlext Ultra-Portable hard drive is more than just a portable 2.5" SATA HDD. key to the system's brilliant usefulness is that Seagate designed this hard drive to interface with a series of modular cable interface adaptors, docks and a media player. It's what you'd call, really very flexible.

Coolermaster Hyper 612 PWM Heatsink Review @ Frostytech

On the test bench today is a boxy tower-style processor heatsink from Cooler Master called the Hyper 612 PWM. This is a pseudo-quiet cooling heatsink built around six, 6mm diameter copper heatpipes and a single 120x120mm PWM fan. The fan rotates at 2000-600RPM and offers at best, excellent thermal performance. At the slowest fan speeds you can expect very quiet but generally average performance from the Hyper 612 PWM heatsink.

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