Corsair RGB is Here!

Corsair Gaming K70 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review

Corsair RGB is Here It’s finally here. After three quarters since being revealed to the world, a certain lineup of keyboards with obnoxiously bright individually backlit keys that spill copious amounts of light from beneath the keycaps are now more gaudy than ever much to our delight. Multicolor RGB lighting for the Corsair Vengeance K70 …more

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GIGABYTE X99 Gaming G1 WiFi Layout

GIGABYTE GA-X99-Gaming G1 WiFi Motherboard Review

GIGAYTE X99-Gaming G1 WiFi Motherboard – GA-X99-Gaming G1 WIFI The GIGABYTE X99-Gaming G1 WiFi motherboard is the flagship gaming board from our friends over at GIGABYTE. There isn’t much that the X99-Gaming G1 WiFi isn’t capable of doing, it’s packed with features. While you might expect to pay an arm and a leg for the …more

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Corsair Carbide Air 240

Corsair Carbide Air 240 mATX Case Review

Corsair Carbide Air 240 mATX Case Founded in 1994, Corsair quickly became known for their award winning memory and flash drives.  Over the years, they slowly entered other computer peripheral markets such as keyboards, headphones, mice and cases.  Each time they showed their strength in knowing what it takes to make high end hardware, while …more

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Transcend SSD370 SSD

Transcend SSD370 128GB SATA 6Gb/s SSD Review

Transcend SSD370 128GB SSD – The Budget Friendly $69 Economy SSD Solid-State Drives were expensive when they were first introduced to the consumer market. Back in 2008 Legit Reviews spent nearly $3,600 to purchase five Intel X25-E 32GB SSD’s for the server that was running the site. At that point in time those SLC NAND …more

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Wireless Hard Drive

Corsair Voyager Air 2 Wireless Hard Drive Review

Corsair Voyager Air 2 Introduction The mobile market has grown absolutely huge over the past several years, but sometimes we find that data sharing isn’t very convenient and storage space is limited on our devices. Thankfully manufacturers are designing devices to share your data across multiple devices, even providing you the capability to stream high …more

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SanDisk Ultra II

SanDisk Ultra II 240GB SSD Review – SanDisk’s First TLC NAND SSD

The Ultra II Gets TLC With A Dash Of SLC – SanDisk’s First TLC NAND SSD When Samsung released their 840 Series drive back near the end of 2012, it was the first consumer drive to feature TLC (Triple Level Cell) NAND which took everyone by surprise as up until then, MLC drives ruled the …more

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CM Storm NovaTouch TKL

CM Storm NovaTouch TKL Keyboard Review

Cooler Master CM Storm NovaTouch TKL Keyboard with Topre Switches The CM Storm NovaTouch TKL keyboard we are reviewing is unlike any of the keyboards we’ve typed with. We’ve reviewed mechanical keyboard which use metal springs and keyboards with more commonly used elastic plastic to reset the keys. The NovaTouch key mechanism uses both – …more

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Hangar 8 at Santa Monica Airport

Gaming and Partying at NVIDIA GAME24 in Los Angeles

Games, Food, Drinks, and Maxwell Weeks back, NVIDIA announced GAME24 as the biggest celebration of PC gaming in history headlined by lots of live coverage. It was widely assumed to be the official launch event for the GeForce GTX 900 Series until it happened when NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang took to the stage in Los …more

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GeForce GTX 980 and GTX 970

NVIDIA GeForce GeForce GTX 980 Maxwell Video Card Review

NVIDIA Maxwell Brings GeForce GTX 980 Earlier this year NVIDIA gave us our first look at the Maxwell GPU architecture with the release of the GeForce GTX 750 Ti video card. We were thoroughly impressed by the little card and have been waiting for more than half a year for the ‘larger’ GPU cores to …more

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EVGA X99 Classified Intel X99 Motherboard

EVGA X99 Classified Motherboard Review

EVGA X99 Classified Intel X99 Motherboard   EVGA has been known as some of the best components out there for some time now. Today I have the opportunity to look at the flagship motherboard from their Intel X99 product stack. The EVGA X99 Classified motherboard (151-HE-E999-KR) is hitting the shelves with a retail price of …more

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Lian Li PC-V359 Micro-ATX Mid Tower Chassis

Lian Li PC-V359 Micro-ATX Modular PC Case Review

Lian Li PC-V359 Micro-ATX Case Review The Lian Li PC-V359 is a micro-ATX cube style case, utilizing a dual compartment design which separates the motherboard and graphics card from the power supply and hard drives.  It is available in four models, Black (V359WX), Black and Red (V359WRX), Champagne/Gold (V359WG) and Silver (V359WA).  While they should be …more

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Phanteks Enthoo Luxe PC Case

Phanteks Enthoo Luxe Full-Tower Case Review

Phanteks Enthoo Luxe Full-Tower PC Case Recently we had the opportunity to look at Phanteks low cost full tower case, the Enthoo Pro.  Now, Phanteks is following up with a higher end Enthoo model, the Luxe.  There are similarities between the Pro and Luxe, along with multiple differences.  Phanteks takes care in making sure that …more

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Plantronics RIG Surround

Plantronics RIG Surround Gaming Headset Review

Plantronics RIG Surround Gaming Headset Plantronics despite its diverse audio product portfolio has shown immense respect and high regard for gaming as it does for its other ventures. Their past flagship gaming headsets have been both well-received and popular. Beyond their products, Plantronics has a substantial presence in the esports scene as an event sponsor …more

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Deepcool Steam Castle - The Steampunk PC Case!

Deepcool Steam Castle BK Micro ATX Case Review

Deepcool Steam Castle Steampunk Micro ATX Case Introduction Deepcool more recently launched their first Micro ATX chassis with a bit of funky styling and absolutely eye-catching features. This Steampunk inspired chassis is called the Steam Castle, and while it may be an mATX chassis, it certainly has a lot to offer. You will find a …more

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Intel Llama Mountain Reference Tablet

Intel Core M 5Y70 Broadwell-Y Benchmark Numbers Run At IDF 2014

Intel has officially revealed the Core M processors, the first fifth-generation Core processors that use the ‘Broadwell-Y’ microarchitecture. We’ve told you about Broadwell-Y before, but we’ve never been allowed to see detailed performance numbers, let alone run benchmarks ourselves on the reference platform. That all changed today when we were able to run benchmarks on …more

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