Thursday, May 13, 2021

Devil’s Canyon vs. Skylake with the GTX 1080 – Part II

BTR has changed our review platform from Devil's Canyon i7-4790K to Skylake i7-6700K, and we have already tested the brand new RX 480 on both platforms.   Since we found almost no difference in performance...

Devil’s Canyon i7-4790K vs. Skylake i7-6700K using the RX 480

BTR has changed our review platform from Devil's Canyon i7-4790K to Skylake i7-6700K and we have had a chance to test the brand new RX 480 on both platforms.  This is a...

EVGA’s New Full-Tower DG-8 Gaming Cases

Introducing the EVGA DG-8 line of full-tower cases. These cases are built for the enthusiast with an optimized airflow path that gives you dedicated cooling fans for your graphics cards, a...

Living with the HyperX Cloud Review

HyperX has been shipping the HyperX Cloud II headset while we are just now reviewing the original HyperX Cloud which we received from Kingston last year. Fortunately, this review is relevant as the only...

VisionTek’s DriveXpander & Wallet Drive Review

VisionTek announced the VisionTek DriveXpander and Wallet Drive back in late February, and we are going to evaluate these two drive accessories that can make ones life a little easier. The VisionTek Wallet Drive...

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...

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...

The DRACONUM Aluminum Mouse Pad Evaluation

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(This evaluation was published on AlienBabelTech by this author in Mid-September, 2014 and was subsequently lost from the database in a hard drive crash and it has been republished here) Tt eSports announced...