Steelseries Apex Pro Review

Steelseries Apex Pro Review

Steel series’s Apex keyboards are all respectable offerings – high-quality peripherals for the discerning PC enthusiast. Each model has a dinky  display and textured wheel for multimedia controls, and the same degree of overall design polish. But the Apex Pro brings something more than build quality and RGB lighting; it offers an end, finally, to … Read more

Logitech G915 TKL Wireless Gaming Keyboard Review

Logitech G915 TKL Wireless Gaming Keyboard Review

Read our review on Logitech G915 TKL Wireless Gaming Keyboard. Unrivaled wireless design with gaming-ready low-profile switches. For some,less is more when it comes to their gaming or work space. Less clutter, fewer cables means more space on your desk for moving your mouse or having a snack. The Logitech G915 TKL wireless gaming keyboard … Read more

Synology DiskStation DS920+ NAS Review

Synology DiskStation DS920+ NAS Review

Read our detailed review of Synology DiskStation DS920+ NAS 2020. Synology’s popular four-bay NAS gets a long-awaited update. But how significant is it? Synology’s four-bay DS920 + NAS is the follow-up to 2017’s incredibly popular DS918+. At a glance, not much has changed and the fact it runs the Synology’s constantly updated software means there’s … Read more

Diskstation Synology DS3617xs Review

Diskstation Synology DS3617xs Review

Read our detailed review on Diskstation Synology DS3617xs 2020. A small business server that offers flexibility and performance in a compact package.  Aimed at small medium businesses that need a lot of performance, the $3,600 Synology DS3617xs is not your average NAS. Think Rackstation server in a NAS form factor, optimised for virtualisation and performance … Read more

Intel NUC 9 Extreme Review

Intel NUC 9 Extreme Review

In 2020 the stereotypical gaming PC is still a large black box, probably adorned with some form or RGB lighting, powerful AiO cooling and multiple fans. ITX has been with us for many years, and it has developed a loyal following, but for some reason, the words gaming, subtle and discreet rarely go together. That’s … Read more

Do I need to upgrade to Wi-Fi 6?

Do I need to upgrade to Wi-Fi 6?

As new 802.11ax routers begin to appear on shelves you might be tempted to upgrade, but Wi-Fi 6 has been designed to achieve a few specific goals and they may not benefit everyone just yet. Wi-Fi 6 is the next generation of wireless network communication protocols and since it’s been in existence for a couple … Read more

ASRock Z490 Phantom Gaming Velocita Review

ASRock Z490 Phantom Gaming Velocita Review

We always love to review ASRock motherboards, because the company has a habit of dropping motherboards that blow away the competition with much lower prices. The Z490 PG Velocita doesn’t quite get the balance right though. The first issue is that there’s no Wi-Fi included, and you can definitely pick up this feature on much … Read more

Antec Neptune 240 240MM AIO Liquid Cooler Review

Antec Neptune 240 Review

Antec is hoping to make a splash in the burgeoning all-in-one (AIO) liquid cooler market with its new Neptune range of liquid coolers. At under $80, this 240mm model is more affordable than many models we’ve seen recently, costing only $5 more than current budget focused favourite, the ARCTIC Freezer II 240. While the ARCTIC … Read more

AMD Launched New Ryzen 3000 XT CPUs

AMD Launched New Ryzen 3000 XT CPUs

The rumours were true – AMD has indeed brought out three new 3000-series CPUs, which will do battle with Intel’s latest Comet Lake chips. The three new models are based on AMD’s Zen 2 micro architecture, and come in Ryzen 9, 7 and 5 versions. The Ryzen 9 3900XT has 12 cores (24 threads), a … Read more

Cyberpower Hyper Liquid Ultra 9 RTX Review

Cyberpower Hyper Liquid Ultra 9 RTX Review

CyberPower’s Hyper Liquid Ultra 9 RTX is one of the most outlandish builds we’ve seen for months. The wild looks start with the InWin 309 chassis, which has a front panel featuring 144 addressable RGB LEDs. It makes for a bold grid that can be used to create patterns, effects and customisable designs. The 309 … Read more

Scan 3XS Vengeance XTi iCUE Review

Scan 3XS Vengeance XTi iCUE Review

Scan’s 3XS Vengeance XTi iCUE is the first desktop we’ve seen with an Intel Comet Lake CPU inside, and the chip of choice here is the flagship Core i9-10900K. Intel’s latest Skylake revision is a 10-core chip with Hyper-Threading, giving it two more cores than the preceding i9-9900K. The base clock now sits at 3.7GHz, … Read more