Razer Naga Hex League of Legends Collector’s Edition Mouse Review
0 CommentsPosted by DJ on June 10, 2013 under Hardware
Razer is synonymous for several things; their high-quality gaming products, unique product names, and their inability to not partner up with every company that releases a hot new video game. Think about it, the one thing that you can guarantee is that popular games are going to come out each year, and that Razer is going to release a line of products for at least one of those popular games. ... more.
Sennheiser PC 350 Special Edition Headset Review
0 CommentsPosted by DJ on April 13, 2013 under Hardware
Gaming Headsets.. What's the first brand that comes to mind: Cooler Master? Logitech? Razer? Those would all be logical first choices, but when it comes to high-end gaming headsets, the available brands begin to shrink.. Eventually you get to a price point where only the elite reside. It's here that you will find brands like Sennheiser and Beyer Dynamic. (more...)... more.
Razer Vespula Dual-Sided Gaming Mouse Mat Review
0 CommentsPosted by DJ on March 27, 2013 under Hardware
It's an interesting conundrum that I find myself in. I love the feeling of cloth mouse pads, but get sick of the irritation that they cause on my wrist by dragging it along the seam... I decided to look into wrist rests, and was greeted by a pretty barren market for quality wrist rests. You see, I'm kind of picky. I didn't want anything too thick, that would make my hand not rest comfortably on th... more.
Genius GX Imperator Pro Gaming Keyboard Review
0 CommentsPosted by DJ on March 24, 2013 under Hardware
Not too long ago I brought you guys a review on the Genius GX Mordax Gaming Headset. Well after that, I talked to them about working together again, since the Mordax headset was an enjoyable piece of tech. The response was that I've already reviewed a mouse, and a headset, so why not finish off the set with a keyboard? Brilliant, I say! On that note, today I've got the Genius GX Imperator Pro G... more.
ASUS Xonar DGX Headphone Amp & PCIE 5.1 Audio Card Review
0 CommentsPosted by DJ on March 20, 2013 under Hardware
ASUS is synonymous with quality in the technological world, and why would a sound card be any different? I contacted ASUS because I knew that the higher-end PC headsets that I've been working on lately (more on that later this week and next week) deserved much more power than a standard on-board sound card could offer them. ASUS responded by sending me an ASUS Xonar DGX Headphone Amp & PCIE... more.
SteelSeries Apex [RAW] Gaming Keyboard Review
0 CommentsPosted by DJ on March 17, 2013 under Hardware
SteelSeries is a brand most well-known for their gaming mice and headsets. When you think of them, you don't necessarily think of their keyboard offerings first. (Unless you do) The idea that SteelSeries has here is to release two keyboards that will fill the need of two different groups of PC gamers. The SteelSeries Apex [RAW] that we're reviewing today is more of a minimalist keyboard that fa... more.
X2 120N BLD Fan Review
0 CommentsPosted by DJ on March 15, 2013 under Hardware
Spire is a smaller component manufacturer based out of the Netherlands. Most of you probably haven't heard of them, but I assure you that after this review, you will want to know more. Being a company so far away from the shores of the U.S., Spire and I decided it best to start with a pair of X2 120N BLD fans as a test-run, since shipping from the Netherlands is not cheap! So, let's find out... more.
ROCCAT Kone Pure Mouse Review
0 CommentsPosted by DJ on March 13, 2013 under Hardware
Hey guys, welcome to another Go! Gaming Giant Hardware Review. Today I've got the ROCCAT Kone Pure for all of you. ROCCAT is foreign brand known for making higher end gaming peripherals for the PC market. One of the things that they are most well-known for is their mice. This specific type of mouse has had an illustrious life, starting with the ROCCAT Kone, and advancing from there. Let's fi... more.
Astro A40 Audio System 2013 Edition Review
1 CommentsPosted by DJ on March 9, 2013 under Hardware
Every once and awhile a friend or colleague will mention a brand or product to me that I didn't know even existed. Sometimes I check out these products and realize that there is a definite reason that I don't know who the company is. The other times though, the company ends up being a group like Astro. As somebody doesn't spend a whole lot of time following MLG and things of the sort, I had ver... more.
Cooler Master Silent Pro Hybrid 1050W Power Supply Review
0 CommentsPosted by DJ on March 6, 2013 under Hardware
A while back I told you guys that I was having PC troubles, and that the testing of certain products had become a nuisance because of it. Well I'm happy to be able to inform you that I have finally gotten everything back in working order, thanks to the good people at Cooler Master. Cooler Master was kind enough to send over one of their Silent Pro Hybrid 1050W Power Supplies for me -- to replac... more.
SteelSeries Flux In-Ear Pro Headset Review
0 CommentsPosted by DJ on March 4, 2013 under Hardware
Last week I brought you guys the SteelSeries Flux In-Ear headset, along with the FREE touchscreen gaming controls. This week I bring you the cream of the crop for ear bud/headsets offered by SteelSeries, the Flux In-Ear Pro headset. Though the name states that these are indeed the Pro ones, these ear buds are very different from the standard Flux In-Ears. Let's get this review for these SteelSe... more.
SilverStone RL04 Mid-Tower Gaming Case Review
0 CommentsPosted by DJ on March 2, 2013 under Hardware
As many of you know, I posted a review last Wednesday of two SilverStone products: the Silverstone FN121-P 120mm fan, (x4) and a SilverStone Magnetized Dust Filter. Obviously those were just a taste of what was to come, which is the SilverStone RL04 Redline Series Mid-Tower from SilverStone. This new line of cases looks to bring the average, budget gamer the quality and some of the lu... more.
SilverStone FN121-P 120mm Fans / Magnetized Dust Filter Review
2 CommentsPosted by DJ on February 27, 2013 under Hardware
It's been a long time coming, but I've finally been able to acquire samples from the fine people at SilverStone. When most people think of SilverStone, they think of: expensive cases, expensive fans, and expensive power supplies.. We'll you'd be correct, except for the fact that they don't only make expensive products. Today I've got four SilverStone FN121-P 120mm Fans for you guys. These fans ... more.
Steel Series Flux In-Ear / Free Touchscreen Gaming Controls Review
1 CommentsPosted by DJ on February 25, 2013 under Hardware
The time gap between the last time I had a SteelSeries product on the test-bench and this time is a grand total of 440 days.. Or 62 weeks, 10,560 hours, 633,600 minutes OR 38,016,000 seconds.. Needless to say, it's been awhile! Though the gap between products has been long, SteelSeries products have finally made their way back to me, and today I bring you not one, but two different SteelSeries ... more.