When building a custom desktop computer it’s always best to go in to knowing the answers to two very simple questions:
What do I need it to do?
What is my budget?
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With so many notebook coolers on the market we thought it would be best to put a few of to the test and see if we can get any noticeable difference in cooling performance out them.
The Coolermaster NotePal U3 (3 Fans), Deep Cool N400 (2 Fans) and Thermaltake Massive23 GT (Single Fan), ranging from $12 to $41, where tested on the same laptop in the same room at the same ambient temperature and the results are in. Continue reading “The Notebook Cooler Showdown, Cooler Master / Deep Cool / Thermaltake”
What makes a mouse a ‘gaming mouse’? Let me provide you with a detailed answer on that. A gaming mouse can possess many defining attributes that when combined; give their user the ultimate control over their mouse movements. These attributes include variable DPI, additional buttons and even customisable weights. I’ll go into more detail on each of those in a little bit.
Keyboards are likely to be the way everyone interacts with their PC, whether for home, work or gaming use – alongside the mouse of course. With the amount of abuse keyboards receive from us, it’s important that it keeps working to get us through the day so the desired task is done. Enter mechanical keyboards. Continue reading “Mechanical Keyboards”
Only a couple of months after the GTX Titan release the GTX780s usher in the first of the 7 series GPUs from NVIDIA. At twice the cost of a GTX680 the Titan offered a 50% boost in performance making it the new luxury top of the line consumer video card for gamers. Continue reading “Introducing the GTX780, the Titan Killer”