Rosewill is Newegg's house brand and they make a wide assortment of accessories including cables, enclosures, keyboards and cases. The Rosewill Thor V2 White Edition is a $100+ full tower case targeting the gaming/high-end market that accepts motherboards up to XL-ATX and has 10 expansion slots. While this case is called V2 it is actually the third iteration. Previous versions were Thor, Thor V2 Black and now the Thor V2 White. White cases have increased in popularity lately and Rosewill is hoping to cash in on that popularity with this latest release. Now let's take a look at this new
This is the new Raider case from BitFenix. This is a mid-tower case that has many of the features that you would expect to find in a full-tower. It has very clean lines and a classic design. For those that aren’t familiar with BitFenix, they make a variety of cases and case accessories that are particularly geared for the gaming community.
Technology is the one area of our lives that is now constantly in a state of change, what was the best just yesterday is the fluff of today and it seems there is no end in sight. For those of use who are lucky enough to be able to test and review hardware sometimes it looks like an endless sea of the same thing with just a new face on the surface. On some occasions however being a tech guy has its really up points and I feel today is one of those days.
Today we are going to be taking a look at Biostar's X79 TPower motherboard. This board supports the latest Intel 2011 processors and also features their latest X79 chipset. Biostar has earned a well-deserved reputation for producing very powerful products that come with a very reasonable price tag. This board shouldn't be any different. It currently retails for about $230 dollars. This puts it in the lower range of pricing for a board like this and it's actually one of the cheapest options for this new chipset from Intel at the moment.