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Month Archives: March 2018

Hardware News

Roccat Announces Availability of the Horde AIMO Membranical Gaming Keyboard

ROCCAT Studios added the Horde AIMO to the AIMO illumination series, setting a new benchmark for keyboards. Designed and engineered completely from scratch with a view to delivering a gaming-optimized keyboard that was more precise than the competition: The Horde AIMO features unique Membranical keys which combine the strengths of mechanical and the silent and softly padded feel of standard gaming keyboards.

Gaming

HAVIT HV-KB395L Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

Back in October of 2017, we looked at a mechanical gaming keyboard from a company that we hadn't really heard of before, HAVIT. Now we are in the spring of 2018 and have in our possession another mechanical keyboard from HAVIT, this time with a bit of a twist. The HV-KB395L is a low-profile mechanical keyboard that utilizes Kalih PG1350 low-profile Blue switches, resulting in a height of just 22.5mm. Add in some RGB lighting and we think the HV-KB395L might just be a winner. Let's see if our initial observations turn out to be accurate.

Case Mod Friday

Case Mod Friday: Sentry

This week for Case Mod Friday we have the "Sentry" build from J.P. Modified, which is was part of Thermaltake's Modding Fighting Championship 2. This is one of the better themed Core P90 build's we've seen! Be sure to check it out!

Cooling

Scythe Grand Kama Cross 3 CPU Cooler Review

Scythe is really known for their air CPU Coolers, and we've tested a good handful over the past couple of years. Today we are checking out their Grand Kama Cross 3, which has a very unique design. While the design is a little unconventional, it might actually turn out to be a very effective cooler. The unique design is what Scythe calls their X-Struktur design that makes use of two large heatsinks, 4 large 8mm-thick copper heatpipes, and a 140 mm GlideStream 140 PWM fan. Let's see what the Grand Kama Cross 3 can do!

Hardware News

Thermaltake Unveils View 37 RGB Edition and View 37 Riing Edition

Thermaltake, a leading premium gaming tower manufacturer, announced the immediate availability of Thermaltake View 37 RGB Edition and View 37 Riing Edition Mid-Tower Chassis. Constructed with a gull-wing window panel for internal components show-off, the View 37 Series delivers a sleek look to complement its excellent cooling. View 37 RGB Edition is preinstalled with 3 built-in Riing Plus 140mm Hardware Control fans, a Riing Plus RGB controller and a PCI controller to deliver 256-color RGB illumination and unparalleled ventilation.

Hardware News

Experience High-Fidelity Gaming Audio with Sennheiser’s New GSP 500 Gaming Headphones

Gamers want to be completely immersed in their game, where everything fades into the background and the world of the game becomes reality. For those chasing this ultimate thrill, Sennheiser has created the new GSP 500. The newest addition to the audio specialist's acclaimed gaming range, the new open acoustic headset is so comfortable that you barely notice wearing it, while its incredibly realistic, natural sound places you at the heart of the action. With improved ergonomics, microphone performance and exceptional durability, the GSP 500 ensures a brilliantly enjoyable gaming experience.

Hardware News

Initial AMD Technical Assessment of CTS Labs Research

On March 12, 2018, AMD received a communication from CTS Labs regarding research into security vulnerabilities involving some AMD products. Less than 24 hours later, the research firm went public with its findings. Security and protecting users' data is of the utmost importance to us at AMD and we have worked rapidly to assess this security research and develop mitigation plans where needed. This is our first public update on this research, and will cover both our technical assessment of the issues as well as planned mitigation actions.

Hardware News

AMD Drops Prices of Current-gen Ryzen Processors

AMD has recently announced price-cuts across their entire current-generation Ryzen line. This includes Ryzen 3-series, Ryzen 5-series, Ryzen 7-series, and Ryzen Threadripper processor models, based on first-generation "Zen" architecture. This is likely in preparation in for its April 19th launch of the new Ryzen 2000 series "Pinnacle Ridge" processors.

Hardware News

Intel “Hades Canyon” NUC Motherboard Pictured

Intel announced their brand new "Hades Canyon" NUC back in January and we even got to go hands on with it at CES, but we really were not able to get a close look at the internals. The "Hades Canyon" NUC will be available very soon (Spring) and as we are getting close to the launch Intel shared a photo of the motherboard. The rectangular board with its rounded edges is made to fit the rather cool NUC chassis.

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