Corsair Carbide Series 600C ATX Full Tower Case Review

For starters, the 400C suffered from a lack of features, but the 600C does quite well here. It has the same large clear side window and rather featureless front panel, but in addition to offering...

4 stars

CyberPower Arcus 34 Pro All-In-One Gaming PC Review

CyberPower’s Arcus 34 Pro is a unique beast: a huge all-in-one PC with a curved 34in monitor that sits in front of a GTX 1080 and Core i7 processor. The screen is a PLS model, which is Samsung’s...

4 stars

Be Quiet! Dark Base Pro 900 Full Tower Case Review

We’ve seen a fair bit of innovation in the PC case market recently, both in terms of design and aesthetics. We’ve definitely moved on from the bland black box, but Be Quiet!’s Dark Base Pro 900...

4 stars

Phononic Hex 2 Thermoelectric CPU Cooler Review

Unlike your average compact 92mm air cooler, the Phononic Hex 2’s has a 35W thermoelectric cooler (TEC) embedded in the base, which is powered by a 6-pin PCI-E connector on the side of the...

4 stars

SilverStone Primera PM01 Mid Tower Case Review

We’d probably describe the average sub-$100 SilverStone case as being solid, maybe a little plain, but often offering an interesting layout and feature set, as well as good cooling. However, the...

4_5 stars

Cubietruck Plus Review

Cubietruck Plus – also known as the CubieBoard 5 – features a 2GHz Allwinner H8 8-core ARM Cortex-A7 processor. There’s also 2GB of DDR3 memory, 8GB of eMMC on-board storage, Gigabit...

4 stars

Be Quiet! Silent Base 600 Mid Tower Case Review

The Silent Base 600 is one of the more expensive cases in our Labs, but the build quality reflects its price for the most part, and you can save a little cash by purchasing the non-windowed version...

4 stars

Asus Republic of Gamers Swift PG348Q Curved G-SYNC Monitor Review

Large, curved gaming monitors have been arriving in greater numbers, but most of them involve compromise, with comparatively low resolutions, missing features or underwhelming panels. That isn’t...

4_5 stars

Nanoxia CoolForce 2 Mid Tower Case Review

The brand-new CoolForce 2 from Nanoxia impresses at first, thanks to its rugged steel exterior and weighty panels – it feels built to last. The three-step fan controller can power the three...

4 stars
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NZXT H440 2015 Edition Mid Tower Case Review

The H440 was renewed last year with a few minor upgrades. It’s the most expensive chassis on test, but its look and feel is a cut above the rest. The build quality is the best on test, and the...

5 stars