Cooler Master MM830

    Review – Cooler Master MM830 Gaming Mouse

    Take a look at the variety of gaming mice available in the market right now. Most of them are about the same - the two clickers alongside with a clickable scroll wheel, a DPI cycle button (some with up/down button instead), and two side buttons. That is the most common mouse design nowadays but Cooler Master is here to spice things up with the MM830.

    Review: MSI GE75 8SE Raider Gaming Laptop (i7-8750H, RTX 2060, 16GB,...

    The new GE75, apart from getting the new NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics, the number "5" at the model number also indicates that this 17-inch...




    AMD Ryzen 3000 launch Q3 2019

    AMD confirms Ryzen 3000 CPU and Radeon Navi release in Q3 2019

    After the announcement of the Ryzen 3000 mobile processors back in CES 2019, AMD has been rather quiet about the desktop counterpart of the...
    Gigabyte B450 AORUS M Featured

    Gigabyte B450 AORUS M Motherboard Performance Review

    Just one month ago, Gigabyte unveiled its AORUS branded B450 AORUS Pro and B450 AORUS M motherboards based on the AMD B450 chipset for the AMD 2nd Gen Ryzen CPUs. Users who wanted to go for the 2nd Gen Ryzen CPU can now opt for a more budget friendly option instead of getting stuck with a higher-end X470 that packs with features which they don't really need.
    Patriot Burst SSD

    Review – Patriot Burst 240GB SATA III SSD

    For the past few years, SSDs have been popping out in the market left and right. With more competitors in the market, manufacturers have to offer something special to stand out. Patriot, a brand that's focused on memory products, released the new Patriot Burst 2.5-inch SATA III SSD. Surprisingly, in terms of design, it looks quite similar to the Patriot Blast that we reviewed some time ago.
    NVIDIA GeForce Experience Error (1)

    How To Fix NVIDIA GeForce Experience After Update Error

    For those who are just getting started with video game live streaming, NVIDIA GeForce Experience is one of the simplest tool you can use with your NVIDIA GeForce GTX cards - DirectX 9.0c compatible NVIDIA video card with 1GB of RAM (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260 or higher.
    ASUS TUF Gaming FX505

    Review – ASUS TUF Gaming FX505

    While it is a shame that the new TUF is no longer "The Ultimate Force" we used to know, remember those TUF motherboards designed...