Fractal Design Define S Gaming Case Review

Fractal’s Define S is rather plain looking but its minimalism has a certain elegance. Plastic is used on the front and roof but, on the front at least, it has an attractive faux brushed-metal...

4_5 stars

Phanteks Eclipse Series P400S Mid Tower Case Review

For a $80 case, the P400S is surprisingly weighty and sturdy. It has an all-metal exterior, with the roof and front panels, which are plastic at their core, having external steel layers. The...

4_5 stars

Thermaltake Versa N21 Mid Tower Gaming Case Review

Thermaltake’s Versa N21 will set you back just $60, making it the least expensive chassis on test. The construction quality, while not awful, is the least impressive of the bunch, though, with lots...

3_5 stars

GIGABYTE BRIX GB-BSi5-6200 Review

As power users, we have a tendency to pursue raw power and performance over everything else. Octocore CPUs are better for everyone, because who couldn’t use more cores? A graphics card with a...

4 stars
recommended

MSI X99S SLI PLUS Motherboard Review

MSI’s Z97 series motherboards are impressive, representing an alluring combination of both style, power and affordability. Their loaded feature sets made good sense to the system builder or someone...

4_5 stars

MSI Z97 Guard-PRO LGA 1150 Motherboard Review

Remember a time when we used to be able to overclock an air cooled system for results that would beat a PC that cost twice as much? Of course, back then things were slightly different, and the...

4 stars

Kingston SSDNow V310 960GB SSD Review

We reviewed the Kingston SSDNow V300 previously, now it’s the turn of its larger capacity sibling, the V310 — which has a few differences from its smaller cousin apart from capacity. For...

4 stars
recommended

Kingston SSDNow V300 120GB SSD Review

Kingston has proved to be a solid force in the SSD market in recent years. Its range of SSDs — the V300, V310, HyperX Fury and HyperX 3K — are all impressive drives that offer the user a...

4_5 stars

ADATA Premier SP610 1TB SSD Review

ADATA isn’t a name that immediately springs to mind when you consider the SSD market. Names such as Samsung, Crucial — even the Toshiba-owned OCZ — are usually the first brands that people tend...

4 stars

Intel DC S3500 Series 800GB SSD Review

Intel have two distinct SSD product lines: the 730 series (aimed at the home or light use consumer) and the DC S series (geared towards the commercial users). In reality, though, the line between...

3 stars