Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 10/11/2013 08:40 AM [ 1 comment(s) ]
In this review we take a peek at the MSI Radeon R9-270X Gaming edition. The product shares the same PCB as the HAWK and also comes with a TwinFrozr model IV based cooler. Next to that MSI overclocked the product and as such it will try to get you as much value for money as they can. It is a beastly looking card alright. Follow us into this review where we'll look at temperatures, noise, performance and frame rendering latency.
In this review we take a peek at the MSI Radeon R9-280X TwinFrozr Gaming OC review. The smexy dark custom PCB has been armed with quality components, a dual-BIOS and their dual fan based TwiNFrozr series edition coolers. MSI factory overclocked the product and will try to get you as much value for money as they can. Follow us into this review where we'll look at temperatures, noise, performance, Frame latency and we'll even give Ultra High Definition gaming a go with the hottest game titles on the globe.
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 06/26/2013 07:16 AM [ 0 comment(s) ]
In this article we review the MSI GeForce GTX 760 Gaming edition, this particular model comes with a dual-slot two fan TwiNFrozr IV cooling solution. That boils down to a VERY silent product versus and more than excellent cooling performance. MSI offers the card factory slightly overclocked at some pretty impressive clock frequencies. Join us in this review and let's see if the 259 USD Gaming edition model will be worth it for you.
We review, test and benchmark the MSI Z77 GD65 Gaming series motherboard. The Z77 gaming themed mainboard is intended for Intel's 22nm Ivy Bridge processors on Socket LGA1155. It is the new flagship product amongst the MSI gaming series LOADED with features and overclock potential, it has the latest Killer E2200 chip and SoundBlaster Cinema audio. Oh and of course new gorgeous looks.
We test gaming on three monitors with the GeForce GTX 590 and Radeon 6990. We take the monitor resolution up towards 5760x1200, check out game performance yet also try out quad GPU gaming as we place both cards in SLI and CrossfireX.
We review the k8100 from Gigabyte. nothing wireless, everything wired to wipe out latency, customizable and programmable macro's, good weight responsive keys and looks that somehow resemble Ferrari's and Lamborghini cars.
The ASUS CineVibe Rumble Feedback USB Gaming Headset are a mid-price headset that are actually pretty good and well worth the money. You can buy better headphones for more money, but that costs, well, more money. And these certainly have a lot of bass, so if you\'re into a lot of thump, the ASUS CineVibe will satisfy.
Smog is one of the most extreme mouse's I have tested personally in a while and we've seen a good number of them. Smog is as versatile as can be and not only that, it's a very ergonomic mouse with a great feel and guess what, an affordable sales price as well. The Smog features an ergonomic right handed design, it has an embedded Avago 9500 laser sensor, 7+2 programmable buttons, and a DPI settings 5040 (selectable). The mouse also comes with a rubber left side grip, ceramic footpads, an adjustable weight. And sure, Macro modes for gaming profiles as well and 4-way scrolling.
In this article we'll review the performance scaling of both a GeForce GTX 295 and Radeon HD 4870 X2. Yet this time around both cards are setup in SLI or CrossfireX, meaning a 4-way GPU setup. Are you interested in learning how well such configurations perform ?
We have a review on the Cyber Snipa Stinger gaming mouse. A 3200 DPI laser mouse with fine precision, good looks and to some degree, it's even customizable thanks to a dominant software application. I was enchanted to get my hands on the Cyber Snipa Stinger Gaming Mouse. While this piece of hardware is clearly aimed at the hardest of the hardcore FPSers, its resourcefulness and features make it a comfy mouse even for everyday use.
The Everglide s-500 Professional Gaming Headphones are big and scary. The understated sealed-back design offers good sound isolation and snappy sound, good for immersing you in the game, but they might be slightly uncomfortable for those with big ears like me. You also get a clip on microphone and a carry case for traveling to LAN events. But for $99 you might think twice, and I wouldn\'t blame you.
Posted by: Dave Crewe on: 07/10/2006 06:00 AM [ 0 comment(s) ]
Today's product then. What is it? It's a new product from a company called Ideazon who previously brought us the Z-Board. This product is another keyboard yet this time with an integrated game pad. We mentioned ergonomics earlier, and indeed, how good would it be to have all the keys you need to succeed in any top game surrounding your left hand, without having to reach around the entire keyboard to press them? Sounds good to me, and let me tell you, although it's a rather subjective thing, it definitely works.
Posted by: Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 04/12/2006 06:00 AM [ 0 comment(s) ]
The Triplehead2go basically is a small breakout box that takes the analog signal from your graphics cards towards the little box, which on it's end redistributes three analog monitor signals towards your three screens. The cool factor is intense .. I just played Age of Empires III for example in a resolution of 3840x1024.