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Stormforce Magnum GTX 1660 Review

Rocking an Intel Core i5 9400F and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660, the Stormforce Magnum presents a solid system but the real magic is packing it inside the tiny Cooler Master H100 chassis....


XFX are back with an even larger variant of their THICC graphics card. The THICC III ULTRA arrives with a revamped cooler and promises to deliver even better performance. RX-57XT838D8
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WD_Black P10 Game Drive (4TB) Review

As games get larger and larger, consoles don't seem to keep up, forcing the deletion and redownloading of games, sometimes across painfully slow internet connections. However, Western Digital have th...

ZOTAC GTX 1660 SUPER Twin Fan Review

ZT-T16620F-10L. A compact graphics card using NVIDIA's new GTX 1660 SUPER. Is this the best GPU for a small form factory build?

ADATA XPG Summoner Gaming Keyboard Review

Today we're taking a look the ADATA XPG Summoner Gaming Keyboard, the latest and greatest gaming keyboard from ADATA's gaming focused XPG brand. How does it handle? Read on to find out.

ROCCAT Kain 120 Review

ROCCAT asked us to look at their latest mouse which they advertise as "their masterpiece" so we couldn't wait to see what the fuss was about. ...

Inno3D GTX 1660 SUPER Twin X2 Review

N166S2-06D6-1712VA15L. The GTX 16 Series is treated to the SUPER amplification. Is the presence of the GTX 1660 SUPER necessary? We investigate via the Inno3D GTX 1660 SUPER Twin X2 graphics card.

SanDisk Extreme Pro Portable SSD Review

SanDisk are synonymous with portable storage and have already released an Extreme Portable SSD, but today we look at the Pro version with read and write speeds in excess of 1GB/s....

Cooler Master MasterFan SF120M Review

Cooler Master are well-respected within the PC industry so when they claim this is their new leading fan, you sit up and listen. Let's see what the MasterFan SF120M is all about....

Team Group T-Force Dark Z DDR4 3600MHz Review

Team Group's portfolio grows further with their latest Dark Z range with frequencies up to 3600MHz and fancy aluminium heatspreaders....

MSI Immerse GH50 Review

Today our focus is on MSI's new mid-range offering in the gaming headset market, the Immerse GH50, Must buy or one to avoid? Read on to find out.

ZADAK Spark RGB DDR4 4133MHz Review

ZADAK might be relatively new to the PC components market but that hasn't stopped them from putting out an appealing DDR4 memory kit. Read on for more about the ZADAK Spark RGB DDR4....

ASRock RX 5700 XT Taichi Review

Touted as ASRock's flagship graphics card, the Taichi brings a wealth of features to the 5700 XT and seeks to sky rocket to the top of the AMD Navi leaderboard. RX5700XT TCX 8GP


Thanks to the introduction of PCI-E 4.0 with the X570 chipset, a whole new world of bandwidth has been bestowed upon us. GIGABYTE were straight out the blocks with their Gen4 NVMe promising speeds up ...

ASRock X570 Steel Legend Review

Here we look at a mid-range offering from ASRock, facilitating your upgrade to AMD's 3rd Generation Ryzen processors and the X570 chipset through a clever balance of features and cost-saving....

G.SKILL Trident Z Neo 3600MHz Review

With the rise of AMD's 3rd Generation Ryzen processors, G.SKILL have been quick out the blocks to bring an X570-specific kit to market. Today we're looking at the 3600MHz modules....

ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming-ITX/TB3 Review

Small media centres, console-sized gaming machines or compact home servers all require a tiny backbone, which is where the X570 Phantom Gaming-ITX/TB3 can come in handy, with its incredibly frugal foo...

Kingston A2000 Review

Kingston's A2000 NVMe SSD aims to be an affordable solution that can provide excellent drive performance for the masses. Featuring a single-sided layout and no-frills design to keep costs down and he...

Corsair Virtuoso RGB Wireless Review

In today's review we're having a look at the newest release from Corsair, their Virtuoso RGB Wireless gaming headset, check out our review to find out if they're worth buying.

ASUS Prime X570-Pro Review

Aimed at the professional market with a desire for AMD's latest 3rd Gen. Ryzen processors, the ASUS Prime X570-Pro offers all the bells and whistles you'd need without the typical gimmicks often thr...

Fractal Design Vector RS Review

FD-C-VER1A-01. Fractal Design adds a new chassis series to their portfolio - sharp edges, glass highlights and a lick of RGB. Can Vector RS find appeal?

Corsair iCUE 465X RGB Review

Corsair adds another case to their iCUE series with the 465X RGB, featuring tempered glass panels and triple LL120 RGB cooling fans.

be quiet! Pure Base 500 Review

A compact ATX computer chassis refined for the value conscious system builder. Are there any compromises?

MSI MEG X570 ACE Review

With a strong offering of high-end features, the MSI MEG X570 ACE aims to offer enthusiasts and serious PC gamers the ideal base for their latest AMD Ryzen system. Let's find out if it's any good....


Featuring an extensive VRM power phase, a stylish appearance and impressive onboard audio, the X570 AORUS PRO offers an impressive Ryzen 3rd Gen. platform. Read on for more....

ASRock X570M Pro4 Review

The ASRock X570M Pro4 focusses on style and features while ensuring a Micro-ATX form factor for smaller cases. If you wish to build around AMD's 3000-series processors, definitely check this out....

MSI RX 5700 XT GAMING X Review

MSI are back with their new Twin Frozr 7 cooling solution - do they have what it takes to top the AMD Navi 5700 XT leaderboard with the flagship GAMING X?

XFX RX 5700 XT THICC II Ultra Review

RX-57XT8DBD6. A supersized graphics card from the XFX camp featuring the new THICC II cooler and under the Ultra Series. Can this new GPU rise to the top of the 5700 XT leaderboard?

Crucial Ballistix Elite 4000MHz Review

Once upon a time, 2666MHz or 3000MHz memory was ample for most users but an insatiable appetite for speed within the enthusiast sector allows manufacturers to stretch their legs from time to time. Her...

Patriot Viper 4 Blackout Edition 3600MHz Review

Patriot, a market leader in the memory game have released their latest Viper 4 DRAM modules available in a range of frequencies and with compatibility for Ryzen 3rd Gen. CPUs. Check out our verdict....