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Cooler Master Swift-RX L review
Today were having a look at the Swift-RX mousemat from Cooler Master, in size L. They have different sizes for these mats and we have the XL version waiting for a review soon to come as well.
CM Storm Pulse-R
Today wersquore having a look at a new headset from the CM Storm brand of Cooler Master, namely the Pulse-R. This headset comes in the same category as the Mech keyboard wersquove just tested and that means it features both aluminum plates that can be cus...
Cooler Master Mech
Today were having a look at one of the new products from CM Storm, this time the Mech gaming keyboard. A mechanical backlit keyboard with just enough buttons and Cherry MX switches. Is it any good Hang on in to find out
Cooler Master announces new gaming hardware
Today Cooler Master announced new gaming hardware, a new keyboard, a new mouse and even a new headset. All with fresh new aluminum design, high precision 8200 DPI sensor inside the mouse and custom 42mm drivers thumping away with, as Cooler Master says, a...
CM Storm Unveils its first gaming headset
Cooler Master has today announces its first gaming headset under the CM Storm brand, the Sirus 5.1 Surround. It can produce immersive 5.1 surround sound with a total of 8 speakers, four on each side. According to Cooler Master this is just the beginning o...
Prolimatech Samuel 17
Were today taking a look at the Samuel 17, a low profile CPU cooler from Prolimatech. This cooler might be a good cooler for an HTPC setup or some other small media computer. Well take a look at its performance and see what it will be good for.
Xigmatek Loki SD963
Today were testing the Loki SD963 CPU cooler from Xigmatek. A smaller cooler than the previous weve tested, lets see if it can perform just as good as the others or perhaps even better.
Xigmatek Gaia
Today we take a look at another new CPU cooler from Xigmatek, this time the Xigmatek Gaia SD1283. With a curvy design, possibility for two fans and easy installation were taking a look at the performance of this CPU cooler.
Xigmatek Aegir
Today we take a look at a new CPU cooler named Aegir, from Xigmatek. A gigantic cooler with a 120mm LED fan included. Based on a double layer H.D.T cooling system and bundled together with the Aegir Norwegian god, Xigmatek believes that this cooler will b...
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