The Lian Li PC-V700-B is the chassis we will be looking at soon enough. The PC-V700 kept the clip in its side panels like we saw in the 355-B as well as using the small holes on the front to the allow intake of air. There are a few extras to be found in this solution, though. Things like the four included fans, a trio of 120mm fans and a single 140mm to keep this chassis cool internally. We also get the heavy duty latching system for the expansion cards and room inside to mount most of the AIO water systems out there.
The card comes with a factory overclock straight out of the box to give the user even more power than a reference GTX 670, which is already a powerful card for a reasonable price. Having an overclock means the reference clocks have been pushed further, past their stock limits, meaning that the extra cooling provided by the Windforce 3X cooler should really come in handy, and we’re extremely keen to see how this card compares in our lineup of AMD and Nvidia based cards.
The Samsung Galaxy S III is easily the most hyped Android device of the year, and possibly of all-time. With a new Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core 1.5GHz processor, 2GB of RAM, a huge Super AMOLED 4.8-inch screen (720x1280 pixels), 4G LTE, NFC and an impressive 8MP camera it is no wonder that this smartphone has received so much attention. Read on to find out more about it in our review!
Are you the causal gamer? You know the one that may get online once in a while to frag and blow up the enemy. Because of your gaming status you don’t want to pay an arm and a leg for a gaming headset. But you don’t want junk. You feel that you really don’t need all the fancy features that come with the more expensive ones? Well, Cooler Master has an answer you and it comes in the form of the Sonuz. They are only $69.99. But what do you get for such a low price? Let us find out.
The 7H Fnatic Edition Gaming Headset from SteelSeries comes with a catchy color scheme, a retractable microphone and can be disassembled in 4 separate parts for travel. The on-wire remote allows us to mute the microphone when needed or to adjust the headset volume; the included cable is dual braided for durability and includes an extender.
Sometimes you make a wish and Corsair makes it come true. Awhile back we reviewed the 180GB Corsair Force GT. The thing that made the 180GB Force GT unique was its controller; the SandForce 2282 and its array of NAND sitting at 24 modules. The 180GB Force GT performed very well and showed a noticeable performance increase due to the increased parallelism of the 2282 processor with 24 NAND flash chips. This amount of parallelism isn’t available from a 2281 processor because, a 2281 processor can access a maximum of 16 NAND flash chips. The 2282 processor has the ability to assess 32 NAND flash chips. After seeing first-hand what a 2282 equipped with more than 16 NAND flash chips could do, we wanted to see what 2282 equipped drive would be capable of with a full array of 32 NAND flash chips.
The SAPPHIRE HD 7970 OC Edition features SAPPHIRE’s Dual-X technology, which means it uses five heatpipe GPU cooler with dual fan to providing quiet and very cool operation during all usage scenarios. The SAPPHIRE HD 7970 OC Edition ships with a raised core clock speed of 950MHz, and 1425MHz for the memory. Its Dual BIOS switch allows users to select an even higher overclock of 1GHz core and 1450MHz memory by just flipping a switch. Read on to see how this card performs!