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The EVGA Closed Loop CPU Cooler (CLC) 280 Review

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(This evaluation has been updated  a few hours after it was originally published to include the newly released EVGA Pump Block Software). The EVGA Closed Loop CPU Liquid Cooler (CLC) at 280mm has...

The CARDEA Ceramic C440 Gen4 x4 PCIe NVMe 1TB SSD Review – with a...

The T-FORCE CARDEA C440 Gen 4 x4 PCIe NVMe 1TB SSD Review - 5GB/s using a Z490 Intel Motherboard with limited Bandwidth The T-FORCE CARDEA Ceramic C440 Gen 4 x4 PCIe SSD...

The Team Group T-FORCE T-1 Gaming DDR4 2666MHz 16 GB kit review

The Team Group T-FORCE T-1 Gaming DDR4 2666MHz 16 GB kit review T-FORCE T-1 Gaming DDR4 2666MHz desktop overclocking memory is not flashy RGB like the 3200MHz Night Hawk memory, nor it...

33-game Platform Analysis with Devil’s Canyon & GTX 980 SLI

Is it time to upgrade from Core i7-3770K Ivy Bridge or from Sandy Bridge?  What about upgrading from the i7-4770K to Intel's latest Devil's Canyon CPU - the i7 4790K - in...

E-Win Flash Series XL Gaming Chair Review

E-Win Flash Series XL Gaming Chair Review I spend almost 10 hours a day working at home sitting in an office chair so comfort and reliability are a must.  One of my...

SSHD vs HDD – 2TB Seagate FireCuda SSHD vs. 2TB Toshiba HDD

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For this evaluation, we purchased a pair of 3.5 inch 2TB 7200 RPM Seagate FireCuda (ST2000DX002) Gaming Solid State Hybrid Drives (SSHD) for $100 each to replace our two $70 each 2TB Toshiba 7200 RPM Hard...

The T-FORCE CARDEA IOPS Gen 3 x4 PCIe NVMe 1TB SSD Review

The T-FORCE CARDEA IOPS Gen 3 x4 PCIe NVMe 1TB SSD Review The T-FORCE CARDEA IOPS Gen 3 x4 PCIe SSD (Solid State Drive) is a fast drive with Read/Write specs of...

The T-FORCE Vulcan 500GB SSD REVIEW – SATA SSDs vs. SSHD vs. PCIe NVMe

The Team Group T-FORCE Vulcan 500GB SSD review - SATA SSD vs. SSHD vs. PCIe NVMe Solid State Drives (SSD) save game and level loading times for gamers and give many apps a noticeable...

Using Kingston’s 240GB SSDNow mS200 mSATA as a caching drive

(This evaluation was originally published on AlienBabelTech by this author in early November, 2014 and was subsequently lost from the database in a hard drive crash and it has been republished...