VID-NX580 GeForce GTX 580/570 Water Block

Posted on November 22, 2011 by Sean Potter | Affiliate News,
Legit Reviews — Are your NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 or GTX 570 running hot and loud? Overclocking potential limited? Koolance, a company well known for water cooling, has the answer with a full coverage water block that is just dead sexy. Legit drops this on one of our recently reviewed GTX 570

Rosewill Ranger Mid Tower ATX Computer Case

Posted on November 22, 2011 by Sean Potter | Affiliate News,
Tweaknews — Rosewill's Ranger PC gaming case has a lot to recommend it. It's nicely finished, has a beveled window and good cooling performance at a relatively low noise penalty and offers the user some extra cooling options to augment the three included fans.

SteelSeries Sensei Pro Laser Gaming Mouse

Posted on November 21, 2011 by Sean Potter | Affiliate News,
Benchmark Reviews — Danish company SteelSeries has designed products to compete against the likes of Razer, Logitech, and Microsoft in the competitive gaming peripherals market. Their newest product the Sensei aims to decimate the competition with its 32-bit ARM processor, 5700 DPI sensor, on-board memory, and advanced software that allows users to control almost every function imaginable. Benchmark Reviews will evaluate if the Sensei is the master by which every mouse should be compared, or if it is the student still learning from those that came before it.

GraVT Professional Photographer System Giveaway

Posted on November 21, 2011 by Sean Potter | Affiliate News,
Legit Reviews has a great forum drawing this months thanks to CyberPower and Intel! Our good friends over at Intel and GraVT have assembled an amazing photography focused system for Legit Reviews to give away this holiday season! With Thanksgiving right around the corner it only makes sense to give back to our faithful followers. Legit Reviews turns nine years old on November 25th, so this is a way to thank the millions of readers that have visited the site over the years!

DDR3 Memory Performance Analysis on Intel X79

Posted on November 18, 2011 by Sean Potter | Affiliate News,
Legit Reviews — We started out running a single module at 1333MHz and then another module at a time to test dual channel, triple channel and finally quad channel. The Intel X79 chipet on the Intel SX79SI motherboard was able to properly run each memory configuration. The benchmark results in Sandra 2012 were very impressive in the sense that the benchmark results were nearly linear when moving from single channel to triple channel memory. Adding the fourth module for quad channel performance showed...

Antec Solo II Mid Tower Case

Posted on November 18, 2011 by Sean Potter | Affiliate News,
ThinkComputers — Today we have the opportunity to check out Antec

G-Technology G-DRIVE Mini 750GB HDD

Posted on November 17, 2011 by Sean Potter | Affiliate News,
Legit Reviews — The company G-Technology (or G-tech as they referred to) may not sound familiar but its parent company Hitachi is well-known worldwide. They have a rather large line of external storage products that are all aimed towards Mac users but are just as at home connected to a PC. Today, we'll be having a look at their G-DRIVE mini 750GB external drive. Immediately upon seeing the drive, the similarities to the Mac Pro desktop computer are clearly evident with the brushed aluminum finish, sleek design and perforated exterior. If you own an Apple system and are vain about having your hardware accessories that match your system, it doesn't get much better than this...

HIS Radeon HD 6870 IceQ Video Card

Posted on November 17, 2011 by Sean Potter | Affiliate News,
Benchmark Reviews — The holiday season is fast approaching and there is still no official word on the next generation 28nm GPU's other than TSMC starting volume production. What does that mean? Well, it looks like we will be waiting until next year before any more new video cards from either camp are released. This stop gap between generations gives AIB partners a chance to tweak and perfect their designs and introduce some different models to keep the market active. Today Benchmark Reviews will be looking at the HIS Radeon HD6870 IceQ 1GB, a modern video card with a classic HIS design. As aftermarket designs go, this looks like a real beast of a card but there is no factory overclock on this model. The cooler is a mixture of the HIS IceQ X fin array and a shroud that looks similar to a reference card shroud with a twist. HIS have dubbed the radial fan a 'Black Hole Impeller' because it is able to draw in air from both sides as it is raised slightly from the PCB. T! he main question is what difference will this make to operating temperatures and overclocking potential; and that is exactly what we intend to find out...

Griffin Helo TC RC Helicopter

Posted on November 17, 2011 by Sean Potter | Affiliate News,
TechwareLabs — With their new Helo TC RC Helicopter, Griffin aims to improve upon the general formula for indoor RC helicopters by swapping out an iOS device for the standard RC remote. The end result is a bit of a letdown, but the brilliance Griffin aimed for can still be seen, though it is obscured by a few glaring issues.

Western Digital TV Live

Posted on November 15, 2011 by Sean Potter | Affiliate News,
Techware Labs — Sometime ago we reviewed the WDTV which is a great product, but as with everything in technology field products evolve. The next product in the evolution of the Western Digital TV series is the WD TV Live Hub and we have reviewed it for you here.