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Memory | 11th September 2007
After using these nippy blue modules in several of our DDR3 motherboard reviews, we thought it was about time we got up-close and personal with them by pushing them to their limits.
Cases & Cooling | 7th September 2007
Today we have the opportunity to give XSPC's X2O Delta CPU waterblock a thorough workout in the OC3D Review Labs. Will it be the next best thing for dual and quad-core processors?
PSUs | 28th August 2007
PCP&C are one of the most highly recommended PSU manufacturers, and since their recent partnership with OCZ we've been waiting to see whats next. The wait is over...
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Gary Wain | 20th July 2012
We've selected our kit, we've planned, we've modded. Now it's time for G-Dubs to bring everything together.
Tom Logan | 17th July 2012
We give the Noctua NH-L12 a quick overview whilst upgrading one of our home servers. Can the L12 be cool and quiet?
Gary Wain | 11th July 2012
G-Dubs gets his dremel out and makes some slight adjustments to the NZXT Phantom 410 case
Storage | 28th August 2007
Kingston are one of the major brands when we talk about memory and flash memory. We take one of their 4GB Compact Flash careds for a spin and pit it against one of the fastest cards on the market. See how it does...
Memory | 25th August 2007
The latest edition to the highly-awarded OCZ Flex XLC product family; will it live up to the performance of its higher rated siblings?
Input Devices | 24th August 2007
Looking for that extra control when gaming? We get to try out PCXmods' Mouse Grips v2.0 to see if they deliver.
GPU & Displays | 17th August 2007
ATI's mid-range was filled out after the release of the 2900XT. We take a look at the 2600 series with two cards from Asus. See how they do inside...
CPU & Mainboard | 16th August 2007
After the success of Asus' first P35 chipset motherboard, we've been given the opportunity to test the tweaked out "Republic of Gamers" version affectionately known as the Blitz. Will it come out all guns blazing or bomb it big time? Read on to find out.
Tom Logan | 4th July 2012
We show you how to mod the CM Storm Trooper or Stryker for a 360mm radiator in the roof!
Gary Wain | 4th July 2012
In the first article we showed you the hardware and gave you a rough idea of what we wanted to do. Getting down to business we now strip the case down and go into a bit more detail about our plans for the hardware and cooling.
Tom Logan | 2nd July 2012
Just to wet your appetite before the main event we give you a look round the bohemouth that is the EVGA SR-X
Tom Logan | 20th June 2012
We take a look at the revamped Corsair GS800 to see what all the fuss is about
Tom Logan | 19th June 2012
It seems like an eternity but we can finally talk to you about the CM Storm Stryker. Yes its a WHITE Trooper!
Gary Wain | 12th June 2012
G-Dubs gets his hands on the NZXT Phantom 410 and some XSPC cooling kits and sets his sights on creating the perfect pairing.