Rosewill RCX-Z2-EX

Feb 26th, 2007 | By | Category: Reviews
The CPU coolers that come with today's processors just don't cut it in my opinion. The ability to overclock is very limited and if you are looking to overclock, additional cooling is a must. Rosewill comes to bat with the RCX-Z2-EX today.

OCZ ProXStream 1000W

Feb 21st, 2007 | By | Category: Reviews
Muti-core processors is becoming the norm and power is everything for these systems. OCZ continues to lead the industry with performance equipment without cutting any corners.

Lite-On SH16A7S

Feb 19th, 2007 | By | Category: Reviews
Lite-On is certainly not a new comer when it comes to optical drives; they are by far one of the best and most popular manufacturers in the world. What makes them so successful is quality and low cost.

PowerColor X1550 512MB

Feb 14th, 2007 | By | Category: Reviews
There are never enough options for buyers in the low-end to mid-range video card segment. Features and abilities range greatly in this segment and today I look at the newest offering from the house of ATI/AMD.

Rosewill RCX-Z775-EX

Feb 10th, 2007 | By | Category: Reviews
A new face is in the spotlight today. A warm round of applause for Rosewill and the RCX-Z775-EX. This stand-up heatpipe cooler is sure to impress.

Buffalo FireStix PC2-8000 5-5-5

Feb 7th, 2007 | By | Category: Reviews
It's raining, it's pouring, but I was certainly not snoring. Instead, I was busy with another 2GB kit of DDRII memory and they definitely impressed. Today I present another red hot kit of modules from Buffalo known as FireStix.

SilverStone Element 500W

Feb 5th, 2007 | By | Category: Reviews
M-ATX and HTPC enclosures have always struggled with traditional power supplies and the tangle of cables that are usually left un-used. SilverStone has decided to stop the cable management nightmare with a short cable edition power supply.

Logitech diNovo Edge

Feb 1st, 2007 | By | Category: Reviews
Logitech has been an industry leader for the peripheral market for as long as I can remember. Leading them into a strong 2007 will be the diNovo Edge – sporting some similarities of the diNovo, but also bringing forward new features.