Reviews

May 21, 2011 1:49pm
Cooler Master is a company that has been around for some time now, and they manufacture power supplies, fans, and cases like this one we are looking at today. This is their new HAF X, nVidia edition case. The nVidia Edition has some differences from the original full tower case in a few key ways. This review will reference the original case to give you a comparison between the two as well. There are several cases in the HAF line-up. There is the HAF 912, mid tower case. The HAF 922, mid tower and the HAF 932, and HAF X 942 full tower cases. With these cases, the higher number indicates the... more.
May 11, 2011 10:34pm
As Intel moves forward with their new Z68 Express chipset, Gigabyte always a forerunner of technology has a few new motherboards that sport the new Z68 Express, including the GA-Z68X-UD5-B3, which we are taking a look at here on the Motherboard HomeWorld today. Packed with an abundance of features and supporting the new 2nd Generation Core CPUs, this motherboard is aimed the enthusiast market and the user who does not intend to use the embedded graphics processor, or GPU for their video solution.Although the Z68 Express natively supports the embedded 1000 and 2000 series GPUs that are... more.
May 11, 2011 3:32pm
Intel is always pushing the envelope when it comes to new computer technology; they introduce new chipsets, CPUs, and now SSD in a few varieties to both the PC and Mac worlds. Intel is the CPU king and for those who do power computing there is no other name to trust, sure AMD has a few low cost gaming CPUs out there, but for the extreme and enthusiast user, Intel is the name of choice in their rig. The X58 Chipset is still one of the most regarded chipsets in the Intel lineup and my personal favorite for my gaming machines, as it is robust, stable and flexible. Everyone knows the P67... more.
May 05, 2011 8:47pm
Aivia (Advanced, Intuitive, and Versatile Interface Archetype) is a new product series from Gigabyte that is completely dedicated to launching the latest mouse and keyboard innovations. They are determined to make amazing products with unprecedented comfort, design and function. We already saw that the K8100 Gaming Keyboard was a great first step into the gaming keyboard category. Today, I will be testing and examining the Aivia M8600 Wireless Macro Gaming Mouse. Companies such as Logitech, Razor and Gigabyte itself have already made a number of great gaming mice. Let’s see how this mouse... more.
Apr 29, 2011 12:51pm
Asus has successfully created motherboards, video cards, monitors and other various products with outstanding performance. However, many people would agree with me that Asus is not the first company you would usually think of when it comes to comparing wireless routers. Brands such as: Linksys, Netgear, or D-Link are certainly more well-known and have historically created exceptional products for networking. What is amazing about the Asus RT-N16 is that it can go head to head against top companies in the market by offering many great features at the same competitive prices. Below is the list... more.
Apr 26, 2011 9:23pm
Today we are having a look at the Intel i3 2100 processor. This is a dual-core processor that has a clock speed of 3.1 GHz. It comes with 3 MB of Intel Smart Cache, built on a 32 nm manufacturing process and has a max TDP of 65 Watts. These are Intel socket LGA-1155 Sandy Bridge processors that feature Intel’s integrated HD graphics. These processors are offered at the lower end of Intel’s processor line-up and offer solid, if not spectacular performance levels in Intel's new 2nd Generation CPU lineup.i3 2100 FeaturesSandy Bridge has been around for a little while now and this processor fits... more.
Apr 25, 2011 3:31pm
Today we will be looking at a particular mouse designed for laptop users called the M7770 from Gigabyte. The mouse features a matted finish on both sides for extra grip and control with a sleek sexy solid black shine. It has a very portable size that may be a handicap for users with larger hands like my own. The dimensions are 80 x 53 x 32 mm, which for my hand is easily engulfed and difficult to use. However, the small size is great because it is very portable and can fit in your pocket while you are up and about. The high quality side rubber feels great on the mouse and I wish other laptop... more.
Apr 14, 2011 12:45pm
This Mini-ITX board, from Sapphire, is a full featured motherboard. These types of boards have been around now for about ten years. They are very useful to build low-cost backup systems. They are also very popular with the modding community due to their small size. These boards have evolved to the point now where they have many of the same features as your standard ATX motherboards. This is very useful because many of your ATX components can be swapped to this form factor if your main system goes down. With these boards you also have some great storage options as well. Not too bad for such a... more.
Apr 11, 2011 6:51am
SilverStone is an excellent case manufacturer that sells cases, power supplies, hard disk enclosures and other computer components related to these categories.  They have a full line up of cases including expensive full-tower cases for the gaming enthusiast. But the majority of sales in the computer industry are of value conscious market. They introduced the Precision Series earlier this year with the value conscious consumer in mind. Today’s review is on the SilverStone Precision PS04B case which has an amazing price of $35 online, making it an excellent buy compared to other similar... more.
Apr 07, 2011 12:55pm
The concept of a gaming keyboard has been hard to realize for most because every gamer is different. Some may want plenty of macros in order to chain all of their combos effectively while others would rather just have a few macros with incredible keystroke response. Most of the time companies respond to this demand by slapping on a few extra keys, make a stylish GUI and call it a gaming keyboard. However, Gigabyte does not follow this horrible trend and has created a great gaming keyboard. Let’s see how Gigabyte holds up against competitors such as Logitech or Razer with their new Aivia K8100... more.

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